Delmarva Today:Writers Edition is in two parts The first segment is a discussion of The Eastern Shore Writer’s Association and their premier event The Bay to Ocean Writer’s Conference, known popularly as the BTO with guests Ron Sauder, President of the Association and Loriann Oberlin, Chairperson of the BTO Planning Committee. The second segment of […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The tenth edition of the Delmarva Review was published in early November and Hal Wilson’s guests on Delmarva Today: Writer’s Edition are Wilson Wyatt, the chairman of the Review and Anne Colwell, the Review’s poetry editor. The program is in two parts. In the first segment Hal talk about the Delmarva Review with his guests and […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
A review of Karen Huston Karydes, Hard-Boiled Anxiety By Harold O. Wilson The way we choose to remember the past has a significant impact on how we invent the future. In her book, Hard-Boiled Anxiety Karen Huston Karydes has chosen to remember three detective writers, Dashiell Hammett, Raymond Chandler, and Ross Macdonald through the […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Delmarva Today: Writer’s Edition is on the road at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia. Harold Wilson is talking about climate change with guest Dr. Michael Allen assistant professor in the Department of Political Science and Geography at ODU. His research explores the intersection of weather and climate on human health as it relates to […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The September edition of Delmarva Today: Writer’s Edition features a discussion of The Broadkill Review, one of the significant literary journals published in the Mid-Atlantic Region. In addition to its normal non-fiction, poetry, fiction and book review offerings, this issue explores a fiction genre called “speculative fiction.” If this is a new literary term for you, as […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Written for The Kent Island Heritage Society on the 100th anniversary of the saving of Kent Island from becoming an ordinance testing ground for the U.S. Government. FARMS NOT BOMBS THE SAVING OF KENT ISLAND By Harold O. Wilson One hundred years ago on September 17, 1917, at a little […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The August edition of Delmarva Today: Writer’s Edition features Joni Foster talking about her book, When Normal Blew Up. Joni’s book is the creation of a personal memory built out of little more than found bits and pieces of remembrance blown across the landscape by a single catastrophic event in time—the senseless explosion of a bomb placed in […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The July edition of Delmarva Today: Writer’s Edition is in two parts. The first segment features a discussion of the book Beach Nights, the latest in the Rehoboth Beach Reads Series. Harold O. Wilson’s guests are Nancy Sakaduski and Robin Hill-Page Glanden. Nancy is the founder and owner of Cat & Mouse Press, a small regional publishing company […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
The June edition of Delmarva Today: Writer’s Edition features a discussion of dystopian literature as an imaginative reaction to repressive societies or the potential of authoritarian governments. It includes a discussion of The Handmaid’s Tale and how Republics devolve into autocratic states. My guests are Don Rush, News Director for Delmarva Public Radio, Dr. Adam […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
Building a Memory A review of Joni Foster’s When Normal Blew Up by Harold O. Wilson Joni Foster was nine years old on Saturday, April 15, 1967 when Lee Holbrook walked into Bingman’s Drug Store in Circleville, Ohio. He carried a smoking wooden box covered by his coat. Holbrook shouted he had a bomb and […]Continue Reading... No Comments.