Susan Richards Shreve talks to Daniel Ford about discuss her new book More News Tomorrow.
Kathleen Hill, author of the recently published memoir She Read to Us in the Late Afternoons: A Life in Novels, talks to Daniel Ford about how stories she heard in her youth led her to becoming a writer, why she decided to write a memoir, and why writers need to make room within themselves for their impressions.
To learn more about Kathleen Hill, visit her official website.
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Kelly Braffet, author of Save Yourself, Josie and Jack, and Last Seen Leaving, about her father’s influence on her becoming a storyteller, her writing process, bravely sharing her work with her now-husband Owen on their second date (!), and why she wants to poke around the gray in human existence.
The trio discusses why “freelancers” need to think of themselves as small business owners, the difference between introverts and extroverts, her path from Indiana to Washington D.C., and the current state of journalism.
Joe Fassler, editor of Light the Dark: Writers on Creativity, Inspiration, and the Artistic Process and reporter/essayist for The Atlantic, talks to Caitlin Malcuit about writers and creativity.
Welcome to a very New York Yankees edition of Friday Morning Coffee!
Today’s guest is Katie Sharp, sports researcher extraordinaire and contributor to the superb Yankees analysis website River Avenue Blues. Sharp talks to Daniel Ford about how she tells stories through numbers, the advanced metrics baseball fans should know, how her research has changed the way she watches and thinks about the game, and why it’s important for writers to find their niche and promote themselves.