Delmarva Today: Writer’s Edition on WSDL 90.7

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Delmarva Today: Writer’s Edition on WSDL 90.7

My program on Delmarva Public Radio, WSDL 90.7, Delmarva Today: Writer’s Edition will air this Friday, December 2, 2016 at 9:00 am ET. If you are outside the WSDL listening area the program will be streamed live on the station’s website at  www.delmarvapublicradio.net. A podcast will also be available at that website following the broadcast. A link to the podcast can also be found on my website at www.haroldowilson.com. Simply click on the “listen here” button on the November program (number 42) and it will take you directly to the podcast. If you go to my website, please take a moment to read my latest short story “Habits of Devotion.”  

The radio program focuses on the publication of Volume 9 of The Delmarva Review by the Eastern Shore Writer’s Association. My guests are the former executive editor of the Review, Wilson Wyatt, the new executive edition Emily Rich, and actor and poet James Keegan. Keegan is the featured poet in this edition of the Review. In the first half of the program we’ll discuss volume 9 of the Review, just out this month, and where it stands in the long history of The Delmarva Review. In the second segment of the program we’ll offer a short interview with Cecile Barlier, author of the short story “Immersion” published in the review.  “Immersion” will then be read by The Delmarva Review’s poetry Editor Anne Colwell. 

 I’m the co-fiction editor of the Review along with Melissa Reddish and we’re particularly proud of this issue. Listen to the reading of Cecile Barlier’s “Immersion” by Anne Colwell and I think you’ll be pleased with the high quality of the fiction in this issue. 

 The holidays are upon us now and remember what great gifts books make. My new novel, A Taste of Salt is no exception. Please look it over on Amazon and consider it as a gift this holiday season. The Delmarva Review is also available on Amazon and I encourage you to consider it as well.

Happy Holidays to you all.

Hal

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