Tonight is double feature night on Delmarva Radio Theatre. The program is two short dramas, “The Dark Ride,” and “Call Again.” Both radio plays are based on two pulp fiction short stories of the same name published in Beach Pulp, a publication of Nancy Sakaduski’s Cat and Mouse Press. Pulp fiction was a term used to describe […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
It’s the end of June here on the Delmarva and the increasing week-end traffic heading east from Annapolis and from further points west testifies to the call the sea and the beach have on us. Why is it that we flock to the beach or at least to the water’s edge each summer? Perhaps, and […]Continue Reading... No Comments.
It’s summer and we’re talking about the beach today; the sand, the sun, the warmth that draws us by the thousands to the edge of the sea. For those who live along the edge of the ocean, and even for those who visit for a short period of time a way of life develops that […]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.
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.