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Overflowing Bookshelves

14 EpisodesProduced by Dallas WoodburnWebsite

Overflowing Bookshelves is a podcast for people who love the written word. Could you spend hours browsing through a bookstore? Is your happy place curled up under a blanket with a good book, or perhaps writing a story of your own? Are you constantly adding to your “to be read” list even though your … read more

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Episode 14: Interview with Laura Sibson

March 26th, 2020


After a career in undergraduate counseling, Laura Sibson pursued an MFA from Vermont College of Fine Arts. When she’s not writing in a local coffee …

Episode 13: Interview with Farrah Penn

March 11th, 2020


Farrah Penn was born and raised in a suburb in Texas that’s far from the big city, but close enough to Whataburger. She now resides in Los Angeles, …

Episode 12: Interview with Mark Gottlieb

March 4th, 2020


Mark Gottlieb is a highly ranked literary agent both in overall deals and other individual categories. Using that same initiative and insight for identifying talented writers, he is actively building his own client list …

Episode 11: Interview with Tara Lynn Masih

February 27th, 2020


Tara Lynn Masih has won multiple book awards in her role as editor of The Rose Metal Press Field Guide to Writing Flash Fiction and The Chalk Circle: …

Episode 10: All About Book Covers!

February 19th, 2020


In this special episode to celebrate the cover reveal for my novel The Best Week That Never Happened (check it out + read an exclusive excerpt at The Nerd Daily!) we are diving into a behind-the-scenes look at book …

Episode 9: Interview with Kelly Jensen

February 10th, 2020


Kelly Jensen is a former teen librarian who worked in several public libraries before pursuing a full-time career in writing and editing. Her current …

Episode 8: Interview with Nathan Leslie

February 3rd, 2020


Nathan Leslie won the 2019 Washington Writers' Publishing House prize for fiction for his collection of short stories, Hurry Up and Relax. Nathan’s …

Episode 7: Interview with Julie Hoag

January 28th, 2020


Julie Hoag lives in Minnesota with her husband and three sons. Before becoming a writer, she worked as a scientist at the University of Minnesota, as …

Episode 6: Interview with Parker Peevyhouse

January 21st, 2020


Parker Peevyhouse is the author of the YA science fiction thrillers Where Futures End, The Echo Room – which Kirkus called “a thrilling ride” in a starred review -- and Strange Exit, which was just published by Tor …

Episode 5: Interview with Stephanie Kuehn

January 13th, 2020


Stephanie Kuehn is a psychologist and an author. She has written five novels for teens, including Charm & Strange, which won the ALA’s 2014 …

Episode 4: Interview with Jim & Stephanie Kroepfl

January 6th, 2020


Jim and Stephanie Kroepfl are a husband-and-wife team who write novels and stories of mystery and adventure from their rustic cabin in the Rocky …

Episode 3: Interview with Jennieke Cohen

December 23rd, 2019


Jennieke Cohen writes historical fiction for young adults inspired by real people and events because life is often stranger than fiction. Her debut …

Episode 2: Interview with Tobie Easton

December 11th, 2019


Award-winning author Tobie Easton was born and raised in Los Angeles, California, where she's grown from a little girl who dreamed about magic to a twenty-something who writes about it.  Her debut novel, Emerge, is a …

Episode 1: Interview with Andrew Buckley

December 4th, 2019


Andrew Buckley attended the Vancouver Film School’s Writing for Film and Television program. He pitched and developed several screenplay projects for …

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