Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #42 (12/2/16) The November program focuses on the publication of Volume 9 of The Delmarva Review by the Eastern Shore Writer’s Association. Harold Wilson’s guests are the former executive editor of the Review, Wilson Wyatt, the new executive edition Emily Rich, and actor and poet James Keegan. Keegan is the featured poet in […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #41 (10/28/16) The October edition of Delmarva Today: Writer’s Edition features a discussion on trigger warnings with Dr. Adam Wood, Chair and Associate Professor in the Department of English and chair of the Academic Freedom and Tenure Committee at Salisbury University; and Dr. James King, Associate Professor of English and African […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #40 (9/30/16) The September edition of Delmarva Today: Writer’s Edition features guests Dr. Adam Wood, Chair of the English Department at Salisbury University and chair of the Academic Freedom and Tenure Committee. We are also be joined by Dr. James King, Professor of English at the University. “Trigger warnings” and their impact on students, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #39 (8/26/16) Harold Wilson’s guest is poet Anne Colwell who will discuss her two books: Believing their Shadows, and Mother’s Maiden Name. Anne, an Associate Professor of English at the University of Delaware, has published widely including her critical book Inscrutable: Metaphors of the Body in the Poems of Elizabeth Bishop. […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Habits of Devotion A Short Story by Harold O. Wilson On a clear winter morning in January, 1957, Billy Fitzgerald ended his studies for the priesthood and withdrew from St. Joseph Seminary College in St. Benedict, Louisiana. He returned home to Charleston, South Carolina and took up a […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Harold Wilson’s guest is Jack Shaum author of, Lost Chester River Steamboats, discussing the great steamboats that plied the Chesapeake Bay and particularly the Chester River. For over a hundred years, beginning in 1813 these ships worked the rivers of the bay carrying fruit, grains, crabs, and oysters. And for a dollar, passengers could cross the […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Beach reads is the subject of today’s program and focuses on the Rehoboth Beach Reads Short Story Contest sponsored by Browseabout Books. Harold Wilson’s guests in the first segment of the program are Nancy Sakaduski and Tim Linehan. Nancy Sakaduski is, founder of Cat and Mouse Press in Lewes, DE and editor of Beach Days, the […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The program will discuss the slaves who served in the Union Army during the Civil War and particularly those who went to serve from the Delmarva Peninsula. Why did many of these former slaves return to the Delmarva after the war? Harold Wilson’s guests are retired Salisbury University history professor Clara Small and genealogist Teresa […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Harold Wilson’s guest is senior fellow and director of the Brookings Intelligence Project, Bruce Riedel. Wilson discusses Riedel’s new book: JFK’s Forgotten Crisis Tibet, The CIA, and the Sino-Indian War. Bruce has served as senior adviser to the last four U.S. presidents on South Asia and the Middle East. His most recent books include What we Won: America’s Secret War in Afghanistan, […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Harold Wilson’s guest on Writer’s edition is Judy Reveal Chairman of the Bay to Ocean Writer’s Conference which took place on February 12, 2016. We’ll discuss the value of writing conferences for beginning and experienced writers. Among others, we’ll hear from bookseller Kathy Haige on what books are selling these days, mystery writer Austin Comancho […]Continue Reading... No Comments.