This week the Oddcast welcomes author, essayist, playwright Lori Myers.
Lori Myers is an accomplished journalist, essayist, novelist, short story writer, teacher and playwright. Her fictional work covers numerous categories–horror, spec-fic, and women’s fiction; in non-fiction, she has published over 1500 articles in 45 national and regional magazines. Lori’s plays, produced internationally, include musicals, comedies, dramas and children’s plays. Her first, “91366,” depicting the cultural implications of tattoos to different generations, is still relevant and still being produced.
Sue Miller, author of The Good Mother, Inventing the Abbots, and more terrific novels, talks with the Liars Club about how much she knows and doesn’t know as she writes, and a dozen other intricacies of the craft, on this week’s Liars Club Oddcast.
In preparation for teaching at the conference beginning tomorrow (where William Lashner is the opening speaker–that alone will be worth the price of admission), I gave an interview to James Knipp: http://pwcwriters.org/?p=1888