24 episodes

Books, business, and all things publishing with Woodhall Press’s weekly 30 minute podcast PUBLISH THIS! OVER LUNCH, filmed live on Wednesdays at Noon on IG LIVE @woodhallpress

PUBLISH THIS! OVER LUNCH David LeGere

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Books, business, and all things publishing with Woodhall Press’s weekly 30 minute podcast PUBLISH THIS! OVER LUNCH, filmed live on Wednesdays at Noon on IG LIVE @woodhallpress

    Episode 24 of PUBLISH THIS! OVER LUNCH with historical fiction writer D.W. Hogan

    Episode 24 of PUBLISH THIS! OVER LUNCH with historical fiction writer D.W. Hogan

    Episode 24 of PUBLISH THIS! OVER LUNCH with historical fiction writer D.W. Hogan


    Hogan is a full-time author and lives in Huntsville, Alabama with her husband. She’s been interviewed on Leah Jones podcast “Finding Favorites” and her writing has appeared in Hypertext Magazine and TNBBC’s The Next Best Book Blog. She’s been interviewed with four other talented female authors in he LitReactor article “Leaving a legacy of equality and hope. Her Debut novel Unbroken Bonds is available wherever books are sold. You can find her at DWHogan.com, Facebook as D.W. Hogan author and on Instagram as dawnhoganauthor.

    • 28 min
    Episode 23 of PUBLISH THIS! OVER LUNCH with writer Gregory L. Norris

    Episode 23 of PUBLISH THIS! OVER LUNCH with writer Gregory L. Norris

    Episode 23 of PUBLISH THIS! OVER LUNCH with writer Gregory L. Norris


    Norris writes The Day After Tomorrow series for Anderson Entertainment in the U.K. based on the Gerry Anderson NBC made-for-TV movie, which he watched and loved as a boy, and worked on Paramount’s Star Trek: Voyager series as a screenwriter. Norris lives at the Outer Limits of New Hampshire’s North Country in a century-old house called Xanadu with his giant rescue cat and emerald-eyed muse. For more information check out gregorynorris.com

    • 40 min
    Episode 22 of PUBLISH THIS! OVER LUNCH with writer/director Tiffanie DeBartolo

    Episode 22 of PUBLISH THIS! OVER LUNCH with writer/director Tiffanie DeBartolo

    A conversation with writer Tiffanie DeBartolo


    Tiffanie DeBartolo is an author, runner, hiker, yogi, traveler, cook, poet, artist and feminist. Her most recent novel is Sorrow and her previous novels include God Shaped Hole, How To Kill a Rock Star, and the graphic novel Grace: Based on the Jeff Buckley Story. She also wrote and directed the film Dream for an Insomniac starring Jennifer Aniston and Ione Skye. Tiffanie is the founder and CEO of the record label Bright Antenna, and is the co-founder of the ShineMaker Foundation, a charity organization dedicated to supporting human rights, women's rights, education, animal welfare, and the environment. Tiffanie lives in the San Francisco Bay Area with her husband Scott Schumaker and her Irish Wolfhound Kazoo.

    • 28 min
    Episode 21 of PUBLISH THIS! OVER LUNCH with humor writer Sarah Wesley Lemire

    Episode 21 of PUBLISH THIS! OVER LUNCH with humor writer Sarah Wesley Lemire

    A conversation with writer Sarah Wesley Lemire


    Sarah Wesley Lemire is originally from Minneapolis and has spent the last two decades in the Northeast unsuccessfully trying to lose her Midwestern accent and figure out the difference between a hoagie and a sub. She is an award-winning writer and humor columnist. Her work appears in the NY Daily News, Chicago Tribune, Los Angeles Times, and in the books Flash Nonfiction Funny (Woodhall Press, 2018) & Opinionated Women in the Land of Steady Habits (ELM Grove Press, 2018). Follow Sarah on Twitter @swlemire or Instagram @sarah_wesley_lemire and tune into her lifestyle podcast, Hack The Chat. Her most recent publication is I'll Never Be a Hand Model: And Other Stories I Tell My Therapist

    • 28 min
    Episode 20 of PUBLISH THIS! OVER LUNCH with writer A.J. O’Connell

    Episode 20 of PUBLISH THIS! OVER LUNCH with writer A.J. O’Connell

    A conversation with writer A.J. O'Connell


    A.J. O’Connell is a freelance writer who got started as a newspaper reporter before she started writing books. Her work has been published by NPR.org, The Establishment, and Electric Literature magazine. She's had two novellas published and earned an MFA in creative fiction from Fairfield University in 2011. Her newest book is “A Perfect Facebook Life” and is available wherever books are sold.

    • 32 min
    Episode 19 of PUBLISH THIS! OVER LUNCH with horror writer AMANDA HEADLEE

    Episode 19 of PUBLISH THIS! OVER LUNCH with horror writer AMANDA HEADLEE

    A conversation with horror writer Amanda Headlee. With a love of scary stories and folklore, Amanda spent her entire life crafting works of dark fiction. She has a fascination with the emotion of fear and believes it is the first emotion humans feel at the moment they are born. Most of her work focuses on dark fiction associated with folklore and cosmic horror. The fear of humanity’s insignificance in the vastness of the Universe intrigues her. You can find Amanda on her website at amandaheadlee.com, Instagram & Twitter @amandaheadlee , and TheHorrorTree.com

    • 24 min

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