We are delighted to share with you our Regal House Publishing podcast platform, A Conspiracy of Lemurs, that celebrates books, readers, writers, publishers, and the writing craft.
Our latest episode: Steven Mayfield, Treasure of the Blue Whale & Writing “small town” America
Historical Fiction Series: Unhealed Wounds—The Legacy of the Civil War, Reconstruction, and Beyond
Poetry. Holding a River & Irreverent Prayers: Martha Kalin & Zack Rogow in Conversation
We are delighted to host a conversation between Martha Kalin, the 2019 winner of the Terry J. Cox Poetry Award for her poetry collection, How to Hold A Flying River, and Zack Rogow, the judge of the 2019 Terry J. Cox Poetry Award and the author of the poetry collection, Irreverent Litanies.
Historical Fiction Series: Historical Fiction or Historical Truth?
Karen Quevillon, author of The Parasol Flower, and Mitchell James Kaplan, author of The Unbounded Night, discuss the writing of history vs. the writing of “tales.” As a novelist, are you working with “official” history, working against the grain of it, or doing something else entirely…?
Historical Fiction Series: In a Moment of Madness – Exploring Mental Illness in Gothic Literature
Melanie Cossey, author of A Peculiar Curiosity, and Lillah Lawson, author of Monarchs Under the Sassafras Tree, join us on A Conspiracy of Lemurs to discuss the role of madness in Victorian and Southern Gothic literature.
May 12: The Inspiration Behind (Her)oics: Women’s Lived Experiences During the Coronavirus Pandemic
Jaynie Royal and Pam Van Dyk chat with Amy Roost and Joanell Serra regarding their current submission call for the anthology (Her)oics: Women’s Lived Experiences During the Coronavirus Pandemic. Tune In Now.
May 8: Tackling Challenging Topics in Middle Grade Novels-in-Verse
Mary Sullivan, author of High, discussing novels-in-verse, tackling challenging topics for middle-grade readers, poetry vs. prose, and the critical necessity for conversation & communication. Tune In Now.
May 6: Writing Under Lockdown.
A discussion about writing under lockdown during the coronavirus pandemic, with RHP authors, Kate Murdoch, author of The Orange Grove, who lives in Australia; Cheryl Ossola, author of The Wild Impossibility, who resides in Italy; Maureen Pilkington, author of This Side of Water, who lives in New York; and Barbara Quick, author of the upcoming book, What Disappears, who lives in California. Tune In Now.
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