UNP’s authors are talking up a storm! See what they had to say about their writing process, their books, and banana pudding.
Roger Welsch explains the title and more when discussing, Embracing Fry Bread on NET’s program “All About Books.”
Liz Stephens had a conversation with Girls Like Giants about her experiences living in Utah and all of her inspiration for The Days Are Gods.
Jaime-Alexis Fowler with Pathfinder talks with Nafis Sadik to, “learn more about her career, inspiration, and her take on what being ‘daring’ really means.” Sadik is the subject of the biography, Champion of Choice: The Life and Legacy of Women's Advocate Nafis Sadik by Professor Cathleen Miller.
Mark Liebenow discusses his journey from childhood to writing Mountains of Light and the bumps along the way in Chautauqua Literary Journal.
Dan Daly, author of The National Forgotten League appeared on The John Murphy Show (Buffalobills.com) to talk about “the first 50 years of the NFL and how in many ways the game was better then.”
Mardell Hogan Plainfeather, co-author of The Woman Who Loved Mankind: Lillian Bullshows Hogan, read from her book and discussed it with KUFM - Montana Public Radio. Listen at prx.org.
B.J. Hollars's interview with Essay Daily starts by explaining how banana pudding contributed to the idea for Blurring the Boundaries and then dives in to an in-depth discussion of the book. Hollar’s wonderful sense of humor is also evident in an interview with TriQuarterly’s Jill Tabot.