Delmarva Today

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #51 (8/25/17)

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 it was for us, listen in and hear the Review’s Managing Editor Scott Whitaker talk about the broad nature of this genre. The broadcast also features poetry editor Linda Blasky, short story writer Christopher Weston and poet Katherine Gekker.  Click to listen.

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #50 (8/25/17)

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 a small town drug store some fifty years ago. Click to listen.

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #49 (7/28/17)

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-PageGlanden.  Nancy is the founder and owner of Cat & Mouse Press, a small regional publishing company in Lewes, Delaware. She is also editor of the Beach Reads series.  Robin Hill-Page Glanden is the author of “The Portrait,” one of the short stories in Beach Nights.  We’ll talk about Beach Nights and the Beach Reads contest. The second segment is a dramatic presentation of Glanden’s “The Portrait” adapted for radio and featuring members of the Community Players of Salisbury as well as music by Emma Driban. Click to listen.

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #48 (6/30/17)

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 Wood, Department Chair and Associate Professor of English at Salisbury University and Dr. T. Ross Leasure, Associate Professor of English at Salisbury University. This program is the last in a three part series on politics and literature. The first which aired in April focused on the ways literature has historically been used to impact politics including ancient Greek theatre through the muckrakers of the 1890s and beyond.   The second program aired in May and discussed “the other” or those enslaved or reduced to an inferior or subaltern state by authoritarian governments. We looked at how these “others” produced literature to define themselves and recapture the language of dignity and freedom. Links to both former programs are on the website.  Click to listen.

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #47 (5/26/17)

The May edition of Delmarva Today: Writer’s Edition features a discussion of literature produced in authoritarian societies. My guests are Don Rush, news director for Delmarva Public Radio; Dr. Adam Wood, Department Chair and Associate Professor of English at Salisbury University; Dr. James King, Associate Professor of English at Salisbury University; and my daughter, Dr. Lee Slater, Senior Lecturer of World Cultural Studies at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, VA. A focal point of the discussion is the concept of “the other” and the protest literature produced by subordinate cultures in autocratic societies. The discussion is very timely in today’s political climate.  Click to listen.

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #46 (4/28/17)

The April edition of Delmarva Today will focus on politics and literature. To begin the discussion of politics and literature, Harold Wilson’s guests are Don Rush, news director for Delmarva Public Radio; and Dr. Adam Wood, Department Chair and Associate Professor of English at Salisbury University.  Politics is currently in the air with the first 100 days of Trump’s presidency ending Saturday and the second and final round of the French election between Emmanuel Macron and Marine Le Pen on May 7. Click to listen. 

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #45 (3/31/17)

The March edition of  Delmarva Today: Writer’s Edition hosted by Harold Wilson  features poet and professional Shakespearian actor James Keegan. James is the featured poet in the current edition of The Delmarva Review. For over ten years he has been a member of the resident acting company at The American Shakespeare Center’s Blackfriars Playhouse. In addition, James is an associate professor of English at the University of Delaware at the Georgetown campus. We’re going to discuss James’ poetry and his experience as a Shakespearean actor. We’ll focus particularly on King Lear and the madness of the king. According to Shakespeare, what happens to the kingdom when the king is unbalanced? Click to listen. 

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #44 (2/24/17)

The February edition of  Delmarva Today: Writer’s Edition hosted by Harold Wilson will be in two parts. The first half-hour will be an interview by phone with author Thomas Hollyday. Tommy has a series of seven mystery novels called The River SundayRomance Mystery series. All the novels are set in the Chesapeake region. Tommy weaves history and legend of the Chesapeake in his contemporary mysteries. He has an abiding concern for the wild habitat of the region and a part of the proceeds from his books goes to support wildlife drinking water resources. 

The second segment of the program will be an interview with Ron Sauder, the new president of The Eastern Shore Writers Association and Susan Jones author of a history of the organization. We’ll talk with Ron about his plans for ESWA in the upcoming year and with Susan about the rich history of the organization. Ron owns and operates a publishing company called Secant based in Salisbury that has published several books by ESWA authors. In addition to serving as ESWA’s historian, Susan Jones is a teacher and has published several books of poetry. Click to listen.

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #43 (1/27/17)

The January edition of  Delmarva Today: Writer’s Edition features mystery writers Dashiell Hammett,  Raymond Chandler, and Ross Macdonald with Karen Huston Karydes. In her recently published book Hard-Boiled Anxiety, Karen looks at the life and work of Hammett, Chandler, and Macdonald through a Freudian framework. Macdonald is not too difficult, he tells us that his work is a reflection of his personal life and the Freudian analysis that he went through, but Hammett and Chandler? Have they written themselves into their mysteries without intending to? Click to listen.

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #42 (12/2/16)

The December 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 this edition of the Review. In the first half of the program we’ll discuss volume 9 of the Review, and where it stands in the long history of The Delmarva Review. In the second segment of the program we’ll offer a short interview with Cecile Barlier, author of the short story “Immersion” published in the review.  “Immersion” will then be read by The Delmarva Review’s poetry Editor Anne Colwell. Click to listen.

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 American Culture Studies. The discussion focuses on trigger warnings and their meaning and use in the university setting. Dr. Wood is with Harold O. Wilson and they are joined by Dr. Yuki Okubo, assistant professor of psychology at the University, and Don Rush, Delmarva Public Radio News Director. The discussion continues on trigger warnings today and particularly as this concept applies in the greater society. Does our interest in safe spaces, for example, reflect a state of societal insecurity and powerlessness? Has the polarization evident in the current campaign process highlighted this insecurity? Click to listen.

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, professors, the universities, as well as what they reflect about the broader society is the subject of our discussion.  Click to listen.

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.  Click to listen.

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #38 (8/5/16)

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 bay from Baltimore to the Eastern Shore on their way to the Atlantic beaches. The last steamer made its final passage in the 1950’s. In addition to Lost Chester River Steamboats, Jack is co-author ofMajesty at Sea, and co-ghost writer and coeditor of Night Boat on the Potomac.  Jack is also a veteran reporter who has worked in both print and broadcast journalism in Baltimore and on the Delmarva Peninsula. Click to listen.

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #37 (6/24/16)

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 third publication in the Rehoboth Beach Reads Short Story Contest. Author Tim Linehan received a Judges Award in Beach Days for his story”Chance Meeting.” The second segment of the program, is the radio play “The Break Out” based on a short story of the same name by Katherine Melvin.The play is a humorous drama about two elderly ladies, Louise and Mildred who break out of the assisted living facility or “The Home” as they call it, for a day’s romp at Rehoboth. It features members of the Community Players of Salisbury in the cast. Click to listen.

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #36 (5/27/16)

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 Neild. Because of his knowledge and particular interest in black history Delmarva Public Radio News Director Don Rush will join our discussion as well.  Click to listen.

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #35 (4/29/16)

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, 1979-89 and The Search for al Qaeda: It’s Leadership, Ideology, and Future. Delmarva Public Radio News Director Don Rush also joins in the discussion.  Click to listen.

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #34 (2/26/16)

Harold Wilson’s guest onWriter’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  on the difference between thrillers and action adventure novels, and Tom McHugh will even write a song for us.   Click to listen.

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #33 (2/26/16)

This program will air in two segments. The first part focuses on the civil rights movement of the 1960s. My guest is Reverend George Williamson. We discuss George’s participation in the North Carolina sit-ins in 1960 and how that experience changed his life.

My guest for the second segment of the program is former Salisbury University professor Clara Small. Clara is a member of the Maryland Governor’s Commission to Study the Legacy of Slavery in Maryland. Clara discusses the Harlem Renaissance and particularly the controversial author Zora Neale Hurston.  Click to listen.

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #32 (1/29/16)

This program is about the changing role of sex in literature. There’s no question that the expression of sex in what we read, the films and television programs we watch has become more pervasive and more explicit today. How in the world did we get here. And what does it say about our culture and our society? To help us understand this changing role of sex in literature, Harold O. Wilson’s  guests are Susan McCarty, an assistant professor of English at the University of Salisbury and author of Anatomies, a book of short stories, and Adam Wood, Chair of the English Department at the University. We’ll look at how the role of sex has evolved in literary works and discuss how sex is used in today’s fiction. Of particular importance is what today’s literary expression of sex says about our current culture and what we might expect in the future.  Click to listen. 

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #31 (12/25/15)

This is a special Holiday broadcast of Delmarva Today: Writer’s Edition composed of seasonal music and poetry, a personal reflection called A Gift of Warmth by Jane Elkin, and an encore performance of my Christmas drama, The Princess of the Garonne. Guests representing the acappella ensemble The Five Golden Rings, are Jane Elkin; co-founder of The Renaissance Singers of Annapolis; Marc Donnelly, director of that group, who also provides instrumental interludes; David Merrill, Director of Music and Arts at Woods Memorial Presbyterian Church in Severna Park; Henry Pazaryna , a Communications and Music student at UMBC; and Robert McGee, a founding Member of the Tidewater Chamber Singers. The poems are read by members of the ensemble as well as by Delmarva Public Radio’s Kara Dall Russell and Chris Ranck, and by your host. The Princess of the Garonne is performed by Lee Slater, Olivia Slater, and Madeleine Slater. And from the Community Players of Salisbury, Jim King, Tom Welsh, Judy Hearn, and Amiah Mumford. Titles of all the music on today’s program, as well as a list of all the poems, can be found on the Delmarva Public Radio website. Click to listen.

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #30 (11/27/15)

The first half-hour of the broadcast celebrates the new edition of The Delmarva Review (Vol. 8). Harold O. Wilson’s guests are Wilson Wyatt, executive editor of the Review, poet Wendy Mitman Clark, fiction writer Jamie Brown and nonfiction editor of the review George Merrill. The second half of the Writer’s Edition gives aspiring authors information on the latest Publish-On-Demand (POD) printing technology that has transformed the publishing industry and empowered writers. Guest are Neal Gillen, Wilson Wyatt, and Bill Gourgey, managing editor of The Delmarva Review. All provide factual information for writers who want to publish. Click to listen.

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #29 (10/30/15)

Harold Wilson’s guests on Delmarva Today: Writer’s Edition are two very popular authors and writing instructors: Lynn Auld Schwartz and Laura Oliver. Both are instructors at the Bay to Ocean Writers Conference and both are mentors and writing workshop instructors at St. John’s College in Annapolis. They offer essential tips for major elements of the writing craft. Laura Oliver also discusses her memoir, The Story Within and how the elements are applied. Click to listen.

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #28 (9/25/15)

Immigration is the topic of Delmarva Today: Writer’s Edition, particularly language as an important aspect of human integration. Host Harold Wilson’s guests are Jane Elkin, author of World Class: Poems Inspired by the ELS Classroom, and an English as a Second Language instructor at Anne Arundel Community College; Loubna Sobban, a recent emegre from France; and Sonia Lara who came to the U.S. from Venezuela. Loubna Sobban was born to Moroccan parents. She earned her BA and worked with the handicapped before emigrating to the Sates. Sonia Lara is an architect. Click to listen.

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #27 (8/28/15)

Harold Wilson’s guest is Melissa Reddish, author and professor of English as well as Director of the Honors Program at War-Wic Community College in Salisbury. Melissa will discuss her latest book of short stories My Father is an Angry Storm Cloud. Reddish uses fantasy in her stories to peel back the veneer of normalcy covering her characters’ ordinary life. Exposed is a numbing sense of detachment and feeling of irrelevance. At the same time, Reddish offers new avenues of hope in her characters’ closed world. Her discussion of the creative use of fantasy in literature is both fascinating and engaging. Click to listen.

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #26 (7/31/15)

Harold Wilson’s guests are the writing group, Coastal Writers, based in Rehoboth, Delaware.  Interviews include Linda Blaskey, a member of Coastal Writers, who talks about the Dogfish Head Poetry Prize, of which she is coordinator, and about her duties as poetry editor and interview editor for The Broadkill Review. After a discussion of the history and purpose of Coastal Writers, three of their members, Liz Dolan, Irene Fick and Margaret Foster read and discuss their work. Dolan reads her short story, “The Conversion of Sister Terrence.” Fick reads poems from her prizewinning chapbook, “The Stories We Tell,” and Foster shares part of her memoir in progress about her trip across country with her Portuguese Water Dog Nike. Click to listen.

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #25

Harold Wilson’s guest is poet Adam Tavel who discusses his new book, Plash and Levitation and the three themes running through his poetry: parenthood—primarily fatherhood; historical voices, including those of William Tecumseh Sherman, Harriett Bailey on visiting her son Frederick Douglass, and Paul Lawrence Dunbar on receiving a pageant sward from Roosevelt; and the third which is an urban, contemporary voice that captures the psychological tension and frustration of today’s world. Click to listen.

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #24

Harold Wilson’s guests are Dr. Lee Slater, professor at Old Dominion University and Dr. Herbert Howe, part-time professor at Georgetown University. They discuss the young writers and spoken word presenters in Rwanda and their efforts to use comedy, poetry, and literature to rebuild a cohesive society torn apart in that country’s genocide twenty years ago. These voices offer fresh and compelling expressions to forms of human experience formerly suppressed in the immediate post-genocide construction process where ethnic identity was virtually silenced.  Click to listen.

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #23

Harold Wilson’s guests for the first segment this month are: Nancy Sakaduski, founder of Cat and Mouse Press in Lewes, DE; and editor of The Boardwalk, the second publication in the Rehoboth Beach Reads Short Story Contest and Keith Phillips, author of “The Watch,” a Judges Award winning short story in The Boardwalk. The second segment of the program features a radio drama, “The Ocean at Night,” based on a short story of the same name by Heather Davis and published in The Boardwalk. The play is a magical drama and features members of the Community Players of Salisbury. Click to listen.

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #22

Harold Wilson’s guest this month is poet John A. Nieves, an assistant professor in the English Department at Salisbury University. Professor Nieves discusses his recently published book of poems, Curio. In addition to Dr. Nieves, the program features three students from the University who read and discuss their work: Maxi Garte writes fiction, Emmanuel Flores is a poet, and Tyler Tennant is an essayist. Click to listen.

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #21

Harold Wilson’s guests this month are author Bonnie Feldstein who writes as Anna Gill and curator and historian Janice Marshall. The discussion will focus on Gill’s novel The Island Woman and how the great tradition of the waterman of the Chesapeake can help build a better future for the Delmarva Peninsula. Hear Janice Marshal sing “Till the Storm Passes By,” the prayer the women sing for their men as they set out to work on the Bay. Click to listen.

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #20

Harold Wilson’s guest this month is Middle East and South Asia expert Bruce Riedel. Bruce talks about his most recent book, What We Won, America’s secret war in Afghanistan from 1976 to 1989. Click to listen.

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #19

The program is in two segments. The first segment is a discussion of the Bay to Ocean Writer’s Conference sponsored by The Eastern Shore Writers’ Association coming up on February 28th. Harold Wilsons’ guests are Judy Reveal, Chairperson of the Conference and Robert Bidinotto, a conference presenter of the subject of writing “thrillers.” In honor of the holidays, the second segment of the program is a Christmas drama, “The Princess of the Garonne” featuring a number of actors from the Community Players of Salisbury. Click to listen.

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #18

Harold Wilson’s guest this month is poet Sue Ellen Thompson discussing her new book of poetry, They. In these poems, Sue Ellen struggles with her growing awareness that her daughter is transgender and what that means for their relationship. In addition, the book contains a group of postcards, written by the poet’s daughter to her grandfather. The interview is a fascinating discussion of gender awareness that challenges our own gender security. Click to listen.

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #17

The program is dedicated to issue #7 of The Delmarva Review and will be presented in two parts. In the first half-hour my guests are the Review’s Executive Editor Wilson Wyatt, poet Wendy Ingersoll and nonfiction editor George Merrill. The second half-hour of the program offers a radio drama based on one of the short stories in the Review, “A Limitless Sky” by Ree Davis. Click to listen.

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #16

In the first half-hour of this Edition, Harold Wilson’s guests are Lee D’Zmura and master gardener Denise Swayne. The topic is the importance of native plants to the ecosystem and the environment on the Eastern Shore and in other Mid-Atlantic states. In the second half-hour of the program, the guest is mystery writer John Reisinger who will be talking about his murder mysteries and particularly about his acclaimed non-fiction work,Master Detective. Master Detective is about the life and times of New Jersey detective Ellis Parker and his work on the famous Lindbergh kidnapping case. Click to listen.

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #15

In this Edition, Harold Wilson’s guest is Lynn Schwartz and her theatre troupe. They will present a radio production of “Page To Stage: What’s Love Got To Do With It.”  Click to listen.

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #14

In this Edition, Harold Wilson speaks with Caryle Murphy, a Pulitzer Prize winning journalist discussing her work as a foreign correspondent and the current political situation in the Middle East. Click to listen.

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #13

In this Edition, Harold Wilson speaks with Susan McAnelly, general manager of Browseabout Books and Nancy Sakaduski, editor and publisher of The Beach House, a collection of short stories. The topic is “beach reads.” The second segment of the program features “Fair Warning,” a clever, film-noir-style radio drama set in contemporary Rehoboth Beach, DE. Click to listen.

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #12

In this Edition, Harold Wilson speaks with Dr. Mary Brinkmeyer, deployment behavioral health psychologist with the Center for Deployment Psychology at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences in Bethesda. Click to listen.

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #18

Harold Wilson’s guest this month is poet Sue Ellen Thompson discussing her new book of poetry, They. In these poems, Sue Ellen struggles with her growing awareness that her daughter is transgender and what that means for their relationship. In addition, the book contains a group of postcards, written by the poet’s daughter to her grandfather. The interview is a fascinating discussion of gender awareness that challenges our own gender security. Click to listen.

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #11

In this Edition, Harold Wilson speaks with poet Luisa A. Igloria, author of 13 books including Juan Luna’s Revolver and The Saints of the Streets. Click to listen.

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #10

In this Edition, Harold Wilson interviews Sue Ellen Thompson. Sue Ellen has been nominated twice for the Pulitzer Prize and her poems have been read on National Public Radio by Garrison Keillor. The second segment is an original drama “Tea at Four,” written and adapted for radio by Harold Wilson. It is a drama of seduction and betrayal. Click to listen.

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #9

In this Edition, Harold Wilson interviews Bruce Riedel, director of the Brookings Intelligence Project which is part of Brookings Institution’s new Center for 21st Century Security and Intelligence. Bruce also serves as a senor fellow in the Saban Center for Middle East Policy. He discusses his writings as well as his policy work on the Middle East and South Asia with an emphasis on our current relationship to Iran. Click to listen.

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #8

In this Edition, Harold Wilson interviews the President of the community Players of Salisbury, MD. The director of their latest production, “Les Misérables,” also joins in as well as the director of their upcoming play, “The Foreigner.” The discussion focuses on what it means for a local community theatre to successfully stage a major musical drama with more than seventy cast members. The second half hour is a special treat: a dramatic production of, “The Day Starts in the Night.” This is a play written for Delmarva Public Radio by Sonia Taitz, author of The Watchmakers Daughter. Click to listen.

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #7

In this Edition, Harold Wilson interviews Sonia Taitz, author of “The Watchmaker’s Daughter”. An excellent memoir of her life growing up with her parents who were Holocaust survivors. Click to listen.

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #6

Note: The program has now been extended to an hour. In this special Halloween Edition, the first half-hour interview features Mindie Burgoyne, author of Haunted Eastern Shore. The second half hour is a dramatic presentation of W.W. Jacobs, classic horror story, “The Monkey’s Paw.” Click to listen.

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #5

“WHAT IS THE MAGIC IN GOOD LITERATURE AND WHY DOES IT MOVE US SO DEEPLY?” Host Harold Wilson’s guests are Wilson Wyatt, editor of The Delmarva Review, Meg Adams, author of “Undertow,” and poet Bill Peak. The subject is Literary Journals. Click to listen.

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #4

Guest: Lynn Schwartz, founder of theWriter’s Wordhouse, discusses why it is important for writers to read, what kind of reading is most helpful for writers, andhow writers should read plus insights to help improve your writing or to just increase your enjoyment of reading. Click to listen.

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #3

Guests: Poets Linda Blasky, coordinator of The Dogfish Head Poetry Prize and the 2012 winner Tina Ray Datyton. Listen in to find out why you have to be over 21 years of age to enter the contest. Click to listen.

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #2

“Veterans Writing Project,” Guest: Ron Capps – click to listen audio version or click to watch YouTube video

Delmarva Today: Writers Edition #1

“Memoir,” Guest: Laura Oliver – Click to listen.

 

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