Dear friends: NEW FEATURE TO MY BLOG! Interviews with the authors presenting at the New York chapter of the Historical Novel Society, March 26th at the Jefferson Market Library. Welcome Stephanie, thank you so much for visiting my blog! You have set your novels in the 16th, 17th, 18th, 19th and early 20th centuries with equal immediacy, with …
This is the reading series I run and moderate in New York. The theme of our next event is novels set in the 19th century.
Open to all ages. The Task: Draw a weapon deployed by Dutch defenders of Antwerp against Spanish besiegers in 1585. There is no image of this vessel, although there is a description from a primary source published by F. Strada in the eighteenth century. It is a ship with no sails on deck, but an …
Radio interview with the wonderful Dan Manley over at WMST! Taped January 29th.
A good, thoughtful review from author and critic Susan Appleyard over at Discovering Diamonds. Thank you!
Dear Friends, Hosts of the radio interviews I’ve been doing ask me what I think of the movie, Mary, Queen of Scots. Here goes: This latest excursion to the Tudor/Stuart saga got me sighing with happy surprise then clenching my teeth in fury and disappointment. The early section recounting young Mary, Queen of Scots’ struggle …
I was interviewed for the February issue of Historical Novels Review! You can read the New Voices article here.
A warm diverse group of writers, composers, actors, corporate executives, and doctors; technology that did not spite me, a slide show that worked, and books sold!
I was interviewed by Larry Whitler and Robin McBlane over on The Source at WOCA Radio back on January 17th! Here’s the show for your amusement:
Audio excerpts read by the author: Chapter 1: 31 August, 1566 http://lorettagoldberg.com/downloads/1_Aug_1566.mp3 Chapter 3: 3 July, 1572 http://lorettagoldberg.com/downloads/3_July_1572.mp3 Trailer: Presentations and interviews: