What makes writers tick?
In this show on the Inkandescent Radio Network, you’ll learn the secret to selling your manuscript, whether self-publishing is a bad plan, and how some of the nation’s top writers have turned their ideas into best-sellers.
Some of the spectacular authors you’ll meet on this show include:
- Kate DiCamillo, the beloved children’s book author who in the last two decades has written 11 New York Times best-selling titles and sold 18.5 million copies worldwide. Her books have been translated into 39 languages, and two have been turned into major motion-picture feature films: “Because of Winn-Dixie,” and “The Tale of Despereaux.” In addition to winning the 2014 Newbery Medal, she has won the National Book Award (2001), the Boston Globe-Horn Book Award (2006), and the (Theodor Seuss) Geisel Award (2007, 2011). DiCamillo is also the 2014-2015 National Ambassador for Young People’s Literature — which means this celebrity author is making the rounds to meet kids across the country. Download or Stream the podcast here.
- Anita Diamant, author of the monster hit the “The Red Tent,” who tells us about her latest best-seller, The Boston Girl. A gripping story of a young Jewish woman growing up in early-20th-century Boston, Publishers Weekly says it is “a stunning look into the past with a plucky heroine readers will cheer for.” Download or Stream the podcast here.
- Daniel Brook, author of the 2013 tome, A History of Future Cities. “Pouring into developing-world ‘instant cities’ like Dubai and Shenzhen, these urban newcomers confront a modern world cobbled together from fragments of a West they have never seen,” he explains, asking: “Do these fantastical boomtowns, where blueprints spring to life overnight on virgin land, represent the dawning of a brave new world? Or is their vaunted newness a mirage?” Download or Stream the podcast here.
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