E.A. Aymar and I are featured on Episode 3 of Michael Pool’s Crime Syndicate podcast. We talk about The Night of the Flood and other writerly issues that hopefully make us sound smart. We also read brief excerpts from our stories in The Night of the Flood.
There are some technical difficulties which I blame solely on Ed but if you stick it out for a few minutes, Ed won’t sound like he’s under water.
Thank you, Michael, for having us!
Hey, I’ll be answering questions on this new platform (at least new to me) called UrbanAMA where you can “ask me anything”! You download the U13 app (but only with an iPhone. I had to borrow my ex-husband’s iPad to do this) and then send in your questions. Ed and I will be answering them tomorrow night Wed 3/21 at 5:00 PM PST. Or you can tweet us your questions using the hashtag #TheNightOfTheFlood. I answer the questions with a 40-second video (at least that’s the goal – I’ve never done this before, remember!)
So send in those burning questions…or send me adorable sea otter photos. Either works!
I’m on the Unpanel! Check out the latest episode of the Writer Types podcast where they do a segment called the “Unpanel” in which several writers answer one question. This episode, they kindly feature several collaborators from The Night of the Flood and ask us “what was it like working on a collaborative novel?”
You can hear what E.A. Aymar, Gwen Florio, Alan Orloff, and I have to say…plus interviews with Alison Gaylin, Owen Laukkanen, and Dharma Kelleher, and many more.
Thank you, Matt Coyle, for having me over at Crime Corner! I talk about THE NIGHT OF THE FLOOD and some other stuff.
If you want to check it out…
Tomorrow night 3/9 at 6:00PM I’ll be chatting about The Night of the Flood with award-winning author, Matt Coyle, over at his podcast Crime Corner!
Hope you can listen in at the Blog Talk Radio Authors on the Air but if not, you’ll be able to check it out in the Authors on the Air archives.
Click here to listen in!
Today I’m a guest over at the Wrong Place, Write Crime podcast with the prolific and talented Frank Zafiro. I first met Frank at Noir at the Bar in Seattle in 2015 where we both read. This is the first time we’ve had a chance to chat since then. I must admit I was extremely nervous to be the guest of an hour-long podcast (don’t worry, I don’t talk the whole time) but Frank has a very relaxing easygoing way about him and I ended up actually having fun. There are also book recommendations from booksellers across the country as well as Eric Campbell from Down & Out Books. I’ve been tuning in since Episode 1 and it’s a great informative podcast on all things crime fiction. Thank you for having me, Frank!
Check it out on Soundcloud!
It’s here! A new episode of the awesome crime fiction podcast WriterTypes hosted by the always entertaining Eric Beetner and S.W. Lauden.
Guests for this episode include Catriona McPherson, Tom Pitts, David Zeltserman, Eddie Muller, Shaun Harris, Scott Montgomery, Mike McCrary, and Gabino Iglesias. Wow, what a lineup, right? Plus reviews by Dan and Kate Malmon from Crimespree Magazine. And wait, there’s even a reading of my short story “A High Ridge Homecoming” published over at Shotgun Honey.
So get to listening already and become a WriterTypes follower!
This is a great podcast hosted by the multi-talented crime fiction authors Eric Beetner and S.W. Lauden. I listened to the first two episodes and was blown away. Interviews with Megan Abbott, Reed Farrel Coleman, Joe Lansdale, Lou Berney, and Steph Post to name only a few, plus short stories, and reviews by Dan and Kate Malmon.
I was stoked to find out I’d be included in Episode 3 which had outtakes from Noir at the Bar on March 5. Travis Richardson and I read from his short story “Stranger in a Bar” which is included in the inaugural issue of SWITCHBLADE magazine. I read the part of the wannabe stripper whore, of course.
AND I was delightfully surprised to hear Kate Malmon sing FINN’s praises. That made my day!
Check out the podcast here and if you haven’t heard the first two, you need to catch up already.