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Life Lines The Books Podcast is brought to you by the Brooklyn Writers Project and is hosted by Marina Aris. Tune in weekly for a dose of inspiration and to learn more about the art and the business of creating great books.

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Life Lines The Books Podcast is brought to you by the Brooklyn Writers Project and is hosted by Marina Aris. Tune in weekly for a dose of inspiration and to learn more about the art and the business of creating great books.

    A Wave Blue World with Wendy Chin-Tanner

    A Wave Blue World with Wendy Chin-Tanner

    Wendy Chin-Tanner, poet, novelist and sociologist writes on the topics of race, identity, and culture. She has authored three books, including one finalist for the Oregon book award. Wendy is a founding editor at Kin Poetry Journal, poetry editor at The Nervous Breakdown, and co-founder at A Wave Blue World. Her poems appear in The Mays Anthology of Oxford and Cambridge, among many other publications. For show notes and more log onto brooklynwritersproject.com

    • 49 Min.
    This Chair Rocks with Ashton Applewhite

    This Chair Rocks with Ashton Applewhite

    A discussion on ageism with Ashton Applewhite, activist and the author of This Chair Rocks: A Manifesto Against Ageism.  Ashton has been recognized by the New York Times, the New Yorker, National Public Radio, and the American Society on Aging as an expert on ageism. She blogs at This Chair Rocks, has written for Harper’s, the Guardian, and the New York Times, and is the voice of Yo, Is This Ageist? Ashton speaks widely, at venues that have ranged from universities and community centers to the TED mainstage and the United Nations. For show notes and more log onto brooklynwritersproject.com

    • 37 Min.
    Crossing Borders with Sergio Trancoso

    Crossing Borders with Sergio Trancoso

    Sergio Troncoso is the author of The Last Tortilla and Other Stories, Crossing Borders: Personal Essays, The Nature of Truth and From This Wicked Patch of Dust. He co-edited Our Lost Border: Essays on Life Amid the Narco-Violence. Among the numerous awards he has won are the Premio Aztlan Literary Prize, Southwest Book Award, Bronze Award for Essays from ForeWord Reviews, International Latino Book Award, and Bronze Award for Multicultural Fiction from ForeWord Reviews. For many years, he has taught at the Yale Writers’ Workshop in New Haven, Connecticut and the Hudson Valley Writers’ Center in Sleepy Hollow, New York. For show notes and more log onto brooklynwritersproject.com

    • 42 Min.
    Nine Facts That Can Change Your Life with Ronna Wineberg

    Nine Facts That Can Change Your Life with Ronna Wineberg

    Ronna Wineberg, senior fiction editor of the Bellevue Literary Review and a founding editor of the journal is the author of Nine Facts That Can Change Your Life, a collection of stories. Her work has appeared in numerous publications including American Way, Confrontation, Colorado Review, Michigan Quarterly Review. Ronna has been awarded a fellowship in fiction from the New York Foundation for the Arts, a scholarship in fiction from the Bread Loaf Writers’ Conference, and residencies to the Ragdale Foundation and Virginia Center for the Creative Arts. For show notes and more log onto brooklynwritersproject.com

    • 45 Min.
    Wolf Season with Helen Benedict

    Wolf Season with Helen Benedict

    Helen Benedict, a professor at Columbia University, is the author of seven novels, including Wolf Season (2017) and Sand Queen (2011) named a “Best Contemporary War Novel” by Publishers Weekly and reviewed by The Boston Globe as “The Things They Carried for women.’” Her nonfiction book, The Lonely Soldier (2009) inspired a class action suit against the Pentagon on behalf of those sexually assaulted in the military, and the 2012 Oscar-nominated documentary, The Invisible War. She is a widely published essayist and reporter. For show notes and more log onto brooklynwritersproject.com

    • 50 Min.
    Dyslexia As a Super Power with Hallie Gordon

    Dyslexia As a Super Power with Hallie Gordon

    We finish up Season 2 with Hallie Gordon, author of Accidental Residency. We talked about the creative process, indie publishing and the challenges and benefits of being a writer with dyslexia. For show notes and more visit the website www.BrooklynWritersProject.com

    • 35 Min.

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