AudibleAuthors Interviews with authors across many genres.

July 27, 2017  

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Calder G. Lorenz is the author of One Way Down (Or Another), his debut novel from Civil Coping Mechanisms. Born in Washington D.C., he has lived in numerous other states and Canada, and now resides in San Francisco, California.

His shorter fiction has been published in sPARKLE & bLINK 2.4, Switchback, Curly Red Stories, FictionDaily, Two Dollar Radio’s Noise, Literary Orphans, Crack the Spine, Black Heart Magazine, Litro Magazine, The Forge Literary, The Birds Piled Loosely Press, and gravel.

He has an MFA from the University of San Francisco and works in San Francisco’s Tenderloin District at St. Anthony’s Dining Room.

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April 20, 2017  

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JUDD WINICK grew up on Long Island, where he spent countless hours doodling, reading X-Men comics and the newspaper strip Bloom County, and watching Looney Tunes. Today, Judd lives in San Francisco with his wife, Pam Ling; their two kids; and their cats, Chaka and Sleestak. When Judd isn’t collecting far more action figures and vinyl toys than a normal adult, he is a screenwriter and an award-winning cartoonist. Judd has scripted issues of bestselling comic series, including Batman, Green Lantern, Green Arrow, Justice League, and Star Wars, and has also been head writer on the Hulu network’s animated series, The Awesomes. Judd also appeared as a cast member of MTV’s The Real World: San Francisco and is the author of the highly acclaimed graphic novel Pedro and Me, about his Real World roommate and friend, AIDS activist Pedro Zamora. Visit Judd and Hilo online at www.juddwinick.com or find him on Twitter at @JuddWinick.

Ross Rojek talks with Winick about his newest release, HILO: Book 3.

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March 29, 2017  

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J. BRADLEY is a Best of the Net and Pushcart Prize-nominated writer whose work has appeared in numerous literary journals including decomP, Hobart, and Prairie Schooner. He was the Interviews Editor of PANK, the Flash Fiction Editor of NAP, and the Web Editor of Monkeybicycle.

He is the author of the poetry collection Dodging Traffic (Ampersand Books, 2009), the novella Bodies Made of Smoke (HOUSEFIRE, 2012), the graphic poetry collection The Bones of Us (YesYes Books, 2014), illustrated by Adam Scott Mazer, the prose poem chapbook It Is A Wild Swing Of A Knife (Choose the Sword Press, 2015), the flash fiction chapbook No More Stories About The Moon (Lucky Bastard Press, 2016), the novel The Adventures of Jesus Christ, Boy Detective (Pelekinesis, 2016) and the Yelp review prose poem collection Pick How You Will Revise A Memory (Robocup Press, 2016). His flash fiction chapbook, Neil, won Five Quarterly‘s 2015 e-chapbook contest for fiction. His story, “Kyle,” was selected for Wigleaf‘s top 50 (very) short fictions for 2016. He is the curator of the Central Florida reading series There Will Be Words. He received his MFA in Writing from Lindenwood University.

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January 27, 2017  

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Gloria Hollander Lyon bears witness to the Holocaust in this compelling memoir told from the rare viewpoint of someone who survived seven concentration camps. It is vivid in its detail of her remarkable courage escaping the fate of the gas chambers and provides powerful testimony of her resilience in the face of incomprehensible suffering.

We journey with her from an idyllic childhood in the Czech countryside, through the horror of her Holocaust experiences, to her rescue and rehabilitation by the Swedish Red Cross, life in the loving home of a Swedish family, and her immigration to America.

"Mommy, What's that Number on Your Arm?" also looks at the personal impact of the Holocaust and how Gloria found the strength to speak about unspeakable atrocities and work to educate future generations all over the world.

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November 8, 2016  

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You Heal You is a collection of inspirational and miraculous healing stories by Jane G. Doyle and seventeen modern day warriors, who have rescued themselves from major life challenges.  In her late twenties, Jane began a thirty-year trail of terror paved with undiagnosed illnesses and debilitating, chronic pain.  She carries readers along her life's journey, her stairway to joy, to recovery.  Storytellers share similar triumphs of self-healing from obstacles such as addition, loss, and physical disease and trauma. You Heal You inspires others, with the assistance of their healing partners, to take control of their lives.  Readers are shown possible ways out of their painful and difficult situations, discover and celebrate the modern day warrior within, and self-heal.

Take the stairs with Jane.  Let life changing stories change your life.

In her book You Heal You: inspirational and miraculous healing stories of modern day warriors Jane G. Doyle tells her story of how she has continued to heal herself despite conventional wisdom the past four years. She is eager to share her story of hope, wonder, and recovery with the world. The book also celebrates the successes of others who have overcome extreme physical disability and emotional challenges. You Heal You shows that healing is possible with belief, determination, and perseverance. If You Heal You inspires readers to redirect their actions toward a healing solution, then Jane's decades of struggle and anguish will have been worthwhile. 

You can read our review of You Heal You on Manhattan Book Review and/or San Francisco Book Review and then settle in for our 30-minute chat with Jane by clicking the play button below.

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November 8, 2016  

Season_For_Living_150.pngSusan is an Atlanta native with deep southern roots in Georgia. She is nostalgic about Atlanta in the 1950's and 1960's and has tried to give her readers a glimpse of this beautiful city while following a family of very strong women. The extraordinary changes are chronicled in both her books through her love of history. Susan lives in a suburb of North Atlanta.

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September 29, 2016  
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Dr. Anthony Corbet was born in Perth, Australia. He graduated from the Adelaide Medical School in 1963; he trained in Pediatrics and Neonatology at Sydney and Montreal. He held professorial/research positions at Baylor College of Medicine in Houston. Since 1994, Dr. Corbet has practiced at the Children’s Hospital in San Antonio.

Book Cover shows the Chapel of St George at Windsor (where King Edward IV and Queen Elizabeth Woodville were buried in a common tomb.)

Dr. Corbet can be contacted at AuthorCorbetPhD@Yahoo.com

More information can be found on Facebook and Twitter.
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September 17, 2016  
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John Broughton has had a knack for writing stories since his school days. He has lived in several places in the South and the Midwest. He brings you stories based in his life experiences as well as daydreams. Virtually Criminal is his first venture into the world of published works.

Listen to our interview with John.
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July 6, 2016  

Frédéric Zürcher started his career as an elementary school teacher in New York State before teaching on the high school level and later a professor of education in France. The award of several US and international patents brought him to USA, where he has been involved in product developments, marketing, operations, and general management, as well as CEO of several US and Far East based companies.


His long-term interest in education, psychology, and theology has motivated the writing of this book.


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July 6, 2016  

The author is a retired Engineer and Lawyer who has traveled extensively in Europe, Asia, Central, and South America for business and pleasure. He lives in Plymouth, Michigan. Has two adult children and is widowed.

This is his second published book.  He has been a “ NUT “ about Roman history and lives since he was in the 4th grade. He has traveled extensively in Europe to research and visit ancient Roman sites.

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