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Authors M. Ellen Dash and Ali Meeks talked with the LITerally Podcast about their new book Conquer Your Fear of the Triathlon Swim. As a swimmer and triathlete, I had a great time reading the step-by-step guide to overcoming anxiety in the water. This is a great book (and podcast, of course) for anyone hoping to turn their fear of open-water swimmi…
 
Sian Griffiths, writer and sometimes co-host of the LITerally Podcast, joined us in the time of Covid, only a few miles from her house, via Zoom to talk about her new novel, Scrapple. As with everything in this day and age, we cannot avoid talking about life, the world, and our place in the world in it as writers! Thanks, Sian!…
 
It's been a long time coming, but has time really passed over the last few months? Has it really? Here is our fun Literary Death Match Podcast from last year's event. Hosted by Adrian Todd Zuniga, five other writers joined us that day, including Laura Stott, Jan Bottiglieri, Jake Alvey, David Lindes, and Kara Van De Graff. It was a serious riot. An…
 
Sunni Brown Wilkinson’s poetry has been published or is forthcoming in Crab Orchard Review, Adirondack Review, Sugar House Review, Hayden’s Ferry Review, and other journals and anthologies. Sunni is the author of The Marriage of the Moon and the Field (Black Lawrence Press 2019), and her poem “Rodeo” won New Ohio Review’s inaugural NORward Poetry P…
 
Elizabeth Levinson, poet and friend and teacher, joined the LITerally Podcast in the first ever recording in the camper inside The Monarch Building in the heart of Ogden's Nine Rails Arts District. We talked poetry, life, and, yes, teaching. It was so lovely to hear her read and to find out that her new book of poetry will be out next year! Listen!…
 
Leigh Camacho Rourks' two favorite drinks are a Whiskey Neat and Prosecco with Mango Nectar. Sound like a study in contrasts? Maybe. Her work and her new short story collection, Moon Trees and Other Orphans, is a controlled, beautiful, and powerful study in contrasts. We talk about the St. Lawrence Book Award collection on, you guessed it, the LITe…
 
Adrian Todd Zuniga (Yes, that famous guy who started Literary Death Match) talked to us on the LITerally Podcast, and we laughed a lot! We talked about his book Collision Theory that came out 2018 after its own 13-year journey to publication. It's a great book that deserved a home and found one with a publisher who believed in it. If you're in the …
 
Sean Prentiss, author of Finding Abbey and editor of multiple creative books, talked to us for what seemed to be no time at all. We wished we could have talked longer. We delve into creative nonfiction, into crafting narrative, in what it means to be 'true' in you memoir. For those looking for an episode that delves heavily into craft, this one is …
 
Roxanne Veletzos took us to Romania and back not only in her BESTSELLING Novel The Girl They Left Behind but also in our interview with her. She was such a great guest, teaching us more than we thought we could learn, and the book…the accolades from the media and from readers are so well deserved.By The Banyan Collective, Kase Johnstun
 
“Intimidating and Illuminating,” as quoted in the most recent article in SLUG Magazine, is the only way to describe our conversation with Author Espido Freire, along with Isabel Asensio, Professor of Spanish, and Electra Gamon Fielding, Associate Professor of Spanish. Her extensive, impressive, and accomplished bio is below the podcast. We were so …
 
We harvested just the smallest yield from the bounty of writing experience that came together to talk writing before our Utah Humanities Book Festival LITerally reading. In conjunction with The Utah Humanities Book Festival, this was a group podcast featuring many of our local and national guests. Our local readers for the evening: Kase Johnstun, S…
 
Teresita Dovalpage, writing about food and murder and what it's like to wrap them together in Cuba, made us laugh. Teresita opened up on the LITerally Podcast about being a writer, a native Cuban, and what it's like write a crime novel, which, to me, felt like a literary crime novel because of the beautiful prose!…
 
We flipped the mic this time. Emmy-Nominated producer and filmmaker Trevor Baierl interviewed me about my book Beyond the Grip of Craniosynostosis. It's the most honest (somewhat reluctantly) I've ever talked about the congenital birth defect. If you listen, I only ask that you listen until the very end, please. It all comes back around. You'll lea…
 
On our inaugural 30 minutes with Sean, we talked about his forthcoming book about the history or Oregon Fire Fighting, what it means to be a writer in this political climate, the Mall of America, and side-by-side stationary bikes in a fifth wheel. Every month, join us here, and, mom, I say the "F" word a couple times in this one, so you may want to…
 
It's possible to have a podcast that is funny, off-the-wall, and very poignant at the same time. This is what we found when Sian Griffiths and I interviewed Tabitha Blankenbiller about her book Eats of Eden. the podcast has been timed perfectly, specifically addressing what it means to attend AWP, which is coming up this week in Tampa, FL.…
 
Irreverent, funny, off-the-cuff, and full of publishing knowledge, that is Johnny Worthen, your new League of Utah Writers President and our guest on the LITerally podcast. If you want to laugh, listen. If you want to know some truths about writing and publishing, listen. If you want sugar coating, this is not the episode for you.…
 
We really do love you, novelists, we do, but every once in a while we get a memoirist on the 'cast, and it's whole different, wonderful conversation. Sharon Harrigan, author of the recently released PLAYING WITH DYNAMITE, talked us about all the ways writing memoir challenging and exciting and crazy all at once.…
 
We had fun (lots of fun with lots of laughter) last Friday while talking to Deborah Reed and exploring her new book, The Days When Birds Come Back. We talked diction, structure, and tone, but we also explored the much larger themes of loss and pain -- and delved into how June and Jameson (her dual protagonists) rebuild their lives after watching th…
 
We did it! We pulled it off! We did our first FaceTime podcast, and we did it with the extremely talented and fun debut author Nicholas Mainieri; his new book THE INFINITE is available at Booked on 25th Street. Buy it now. It's my favorite book of 2016. Nick joined us from New Orleans where he was warm while we were getting covered in snow here in …
 
Star Coulbrooke, the Logan City Poet Laureate, came to Ogden to talk with us at Booked on 25th independent bookstore on Historic 25th Street. Ogden City Arts is currently looking for a Poet Laureate, and listening to Star talk about why it is important, makes the search even more necessary for a city that aches to have a poetic voice. Star was an a…
 
Siân Griffiths, author of Borrowed Horses (New Rivers Press, 2015) and Director of Creative Writing at Weber State University, our first guest on our soon-to-be famous podcast LITerally, joins us to talk about how it’s just as easy to not be an asshole writer as it is to be one, and she chooses to not be. While we do discuss literary pomposity – I …
 
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