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Episode 358: Steven Rowley, Author of The Editor

Episode 358: Steven Rowley, Author of The Editor

Steven Rowley, author of Lily and the Octopus, talks to Daniel Ford about his new book The Editor.

Episode 357: American Spy Author Lauren Wilkinson

Episode 357: American Spy Author Lauren Wilkinson

Author Lauren Wilkinson chats with Daniel Ford about her debut novel American Spy.

Episode 356: When We Left Cuba Author Chanel Cleeton

Episode 356: When We Left Cuba Author Chanel Cleeton

Chanel Cleeton, author of Next Year in Havana, talks to Daniel Ford about her new book When We Left Cuba.

Episode 355: Confessions of an Innocent Man Author David R. Dow

Episode 355: Confessions of an Innocent Man Author David R. Dow

David R. Dow, author of The Autobiography of an Execution and founder of the Texas Innocence Network, talks to Daniel Ford about his fiction debut Confessions of an Innocent Man.

Episode 354: Pickle’s Progress Author Marcia Butler

Episode 354: Pickle’s Progress Author Marcia Butler

Musician, designer, and author Marcia Butler joins the show to discuss her fiction debut Pickle’s Progress.

Episode 353: Soon the Light Will be Perfect Author Dave Patterson

Episode 353: Soon the Light Will be Perfect Author Dave Patterson

Author Dave Patterson talks to Daniel Ford about his debut novel Soon the Light Will be Perfect (out April 9 from Hanover Square Press).

Episode 346: Otherwise Engaged Author Lindsey J. Palmer

Episode 346: Otherwise Engaged Author Lindsey J. Palmer

Lindsey J. Palmer, author of Pretty in Ink and If We Lived Here, talks to Stephanie Ford about her new book Otherwise Engaged.

Episode 344: We Now Return to Regular Life Author Martin Wilson

Episode 344: We Now Return to Regular Life Author Martin Wilson

Martin Wilson, author of We Now Return to Regular Life and What They Always Tell Us, talks to Rebecca Weston about his path to storytelling, how he crafted the worlds in his two YA novels, the themes he wanted to explore through his characters, and more!

Episode 284: Beneath A Ruthless Sun Author Gilbert King

Episode 284: <i>Beneath A Ruthless Sun</i> Author Gilbert King

Pulitzer Prize-winning author Gilbert King talks to Daniel Ford about his new book Beneath A Ruthless Sun.

Episode 279: All the Beautiful Lies Author Peter Swanson

Episode 279: <i>All the Beautiful Lies</i> Author Peter Swanson

Peter Swanson, author of All the Beautiful Lies, Her Every Fear, and The Kind Worth Killing, talks to Sean Tuohy about the art of not giving up.

Episode 255: The Woman in the Window Author A.J. Finn

Episode 255: <i>The Woman in the Window</i> Author A.J. Finn

Author A.J. Finn talks to Daniel Ford about his early love of crime fiction, how his personal experience with depression influenced his debut novel The Woman in the Window, and his whirlwind publishing journey.

Episode 253: Dreamland Author Sam Quinones

Episode 253: <i>Dreamland</i> Author Sam Quinones

Author and journalist Sam Quinones talks to Daniel Ford about what led him to journalism, his research and writing process for Dreamland, and his experience testifying in front of the Senate Health, Education, Labor & Pensions Committee about the opioid crisis in the United States.

Episode 249: White Fur Author Jardine Libaire

Welcome to the first Writer’s Bone podcast of 2018!

Today’s guest is Jardine Libaire, author of White Fur. Libaire’s second novel is a truly unforgettable and original love story, one that starts with a shotgun in a hotel room. The author talked to Daniel Ford at the end of 2017 about her origins as a storyteller, her decision to get an MFA, what inspired White Fur, and plenty of great writing advice that will have you fired up to pick up a pen.

To learn more about Jardine Libaire, visit her official website, like her Facebook page, or follow her on Twitter @Jardineraven.

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Episode 248: Are You Sleeping Author Kathleen Barber

Episode 248: <i>Are You Sleeping</i> Author Kathleen Barber

Kathleen Barber, author of Are You Sleeping, talks to Daniel Ford about always being a storyteller, how the podcast “Serial” helped inspire her debut, and why writers must always make time for writing.