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  • Producer/Host: Joan Clemons
    Studio Engineer: Amy Browne

    Topic: Writing-fiction and non-fiction

    How to find waterfalls in Maine. What are the many ways to get your work published? Are writing schedules and keeping a journal important?

    Guests: Patricia Hughes, www.patriciahughes.net, phughes@myfairpoint.net; Anne Smallidge, smallidgea@yahoo.com

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  • Producer/Host:  Joan Clemons

    Studio Engineer: Joel Mann

    Topic: Franco-American Writers

    domestic violence, rural farm life from a women’s viewpoint, Franco-American women’s literature

    Guests: Rhea Cote Robbins, Trudy Chambers Price

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  • Producer/Host: Joan Clemons

    Studio Engineer: Joel Mann

    Topic/Guests:  The Machias Sages

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  • Producer/Host: Joan Clemons

    Studio Engineer: Amy Browne

    Topic:  Multi-tasking writing jobs– free lancing, radio writing

    How to use your writing talents for work?  How to market your work?  How to use powers of observation?

    Guests: Tom Seymour, www.blogspot.wildplantsandwoolybears.com;  Annie Stillwater Gray, www.spiritguides.cc ; Andy Wendell, www.welcomeradio.com

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  • Producer/Host: Joan Clemons

    Studio Engineer: Amy Browne

    Topics:

    “Where Cool Waters Flow” by Randy Spencer;   Levi Bridge’s bike trip thru Asia and Europe

    How did the writing work get started?  Where and how do these writers work?  How does one get a travelogue published?

    Guest:

    Levi Bridges, LOSBridges@gmail.com, www.paneurasianbiketrip.com  Randy Spencer, www.RandySpencer.com

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  • Producer/Host:  Joan Clemons

    Studio Engineer: Joel Mann

    Susan Shetterly from Surry reads from her just-published book,  Settled in the Wild. Cynthia Thayer from Gouldsboro, author of three novels–Strong for Potatoes, A Certain Slant of Light, and A Brief Lunacy, reads from her new work. Jacqueline Michaud of Stonington reads from her recent book White Clouds and other work.
    Where can these recent books be bought?  How do writers deal with relatives and friends who appear in your work?  How do you go about writing an historical novel?

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  • Producer/Host:  J0an Clemons

    Studio Engineer: Amy Browne

    Topic: Local writers read from, and discuss their work

    What is a Sestina?  How do you write a column?  How do you weave personal experiences into your writing?

    Guests:

    Ellie O’Leary, 207-475-6130, ellieoleary@gmail.com, www.WritingThruIt.blogspot.com

    Sarah Smiley, sarahsmiley@gmail.com, www.sarahsmiley.com

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  • Producer/Host:  Joan Clemons

    Studio Engineer: Amy Browne

    Topic: Poetry

    How do music and poetry collaborate?  What is the Sardine Festival?  How are family situations addressed in poetry?

    Guests: Karin Spitfire, kspit@gwi.net, sardinesong.blogspot,com/ ;   Barbara Maria, writecenter@gmail.com .  The CD 108 Names ~ Poems to the Divine by Barbara Maria is available at iTunes and other digital music outlets.(itunes.apple.com/us/album/108-names-poems-to-the-divine/id346358204).

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