Author Mark Willen joins Steph and Tony to talk character-driven novels
Jack Clemons talks to Steph and Tony about his new book Safely to Earth: The Men and Women Who Brought the Astronauts Home.
Poet Shara McCallum joins Steph and Tony to talk poetry.
Dogfish Head Poetry Prize winner Becky Gould Gibson speaks with Stephanie and Tony about her latest work, Indelible.
Author Carrie Keene joins Steph and Tony to talk about her work as a midwife and how it influences her writing.
Poet Coty Poynter talks about his newest collection, "Delirium"
Author Tim Linehan talks about "Hannah Gould," his newest YA fiction.
Author Bud Scott talks to Steph and Tony about his new work, "Dead People from the Attic."
Author Susan Ayres Wimbrow joins Steph and Tony to talk about her novel Death Is My Life
Author Andrew Heller joins Steph and Tony to talk about making time to write
Author Jack Freeze joins Steph and Tony to talk about his work in military historical fiction
Poet Nancy Mitchel joins Stephanie and guest host Andrew Heller to talk about her latest collection.
Author Brent Lewis joins Steph and Tony to talk about writing.
Author Gail Priest joins Steph and Tony to talk about her new short story collection about Maryland's Eastern Shore.
Sophie Kerr winner and York Poet Laureate Emeritus Christine Lincoln joins Steph and tony to talk about character development.
Jane Brice Briddell joins Steph and tony to talk about her manuscript of poetry written in and about Civil Rights-era Washington D.C.
Author Julie Kent joins Steph and Tony to talk about her new novel, NaNoWriMo and how music helps her write.
Dr. Clara Small joins Steph and Tony to talk about her newest book, Compass Points II, which documents prominant African Americans from the Eastern Shore of Maryland.
Author/illustrator Timothy Young joins Steph and Tony to talk about publishing pop-up books and his transition from model maker to author.
Writer and painter Michael Sprouse joins Steph and Tony to talk about his recent short story's success.
Poet Gerry LaFemina joins Steph and Tony to talk about contemporty poetry and Salisbury Poetry Week.
Filmmaker Todd DeHart joins Steph and Tony to talk about finding the story in the footage after the fact.
Playwright Andrew Heller joins Steph and guest host Jeff Smith.
This week, Stephanie Fowler and Tony Russo talk about podcasting as another medium for writers.
Dana Kester-McCabe Joins Stephanie Fowler and Tony Russo to talk about documenting artists on Delmarva.
Grace Foxwell Murdock joins Steph and Tony to talk about her new Children's Book about manners.
Poet Christopher Salerno joins Stephanie Fowler and Tony Russo.
Author Roger McIntire joins Steph and Tony
Stephanie Fowler and Tony Russo are joined by Author Jeff Smith to talk about some of the best shows and topics of 2017.
Author Eileen McIntire joins joins Steph and Tony.
Kari Horner joins joins Steph and Tony.
Author Joan Cooper joins Stephanie Fowler and Tony Russo to talk about her return to poetry.
Chris Conway joins Stephanie Fowler and Tony Russo to discuss his latest work, "Bag Boys"
Stephanie Fowler and Tony Russo talk about the most recent Delmarva Review and the regional story submission scene generally.
Jeff Smith joins Stephanie Fowler and Tony Russo to talk about teaching writing to children.
Frank Hopkins joins Stephanie Fowler and Tony Russo to talk writing.
Dr. Ben Back joins Stephanie Fowler and Tony russo to talk about his latest work
Ghostwriter Laurel Marshfield talks about the business of turning other people's voices into her own.
Mary Pauer joins Stephanie Fowler and Tony Russo to talk about writing and publishing.
Rehoboth Reimagined anthology editor Cindy Hall joins Tony and Stephanie to talk about the collaborative editorial and publishing process.
Stephanie Fowler and Tony Russo speak with co-authors Dr. Clara L. Small and Teresa M. Neild
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Stephanie Fowler and Tony Russo speak with author Kim Kash
Stephanie Fowler and Tony Russo speak with author Ashley Cuffee
Stephanie Fowler and Tony Russo speak with poet Cary Kamarat.
Stephanie Fowler and Tony Russo speak with author Barbara Shamp
Stephanie Fowler and Tony Russo speak with author Kathleen Martens who curated "The Divine Feminine."
Stephanie Fowler and Tony Russo have friends interview one another about books and reading.
Stephanie Fowler and Tony Russo speak with author Bud Scott
Stephanie Fowler and Tony Russo speak with author Randy George
Stephanie Fowler and Tony Russo speak with songwriter and musician Nate Clendenen
Stephanie Fowler and Tony Russo speak with author Vicky Mullaney
Stephanie Fowler and Tony Russo speak with historian and author Tom Ryan.
Stephanie Fowler and Tony Russo speak with author and editor Emily Rich
Stephanie Fowler and Tony Russo speak with playwright and actor Michael O'Leary
Stephanie Fowler and Tony Russo discuss writing with fellow author Jeff Smith
Stephanie Fowler and Tony Russo speak with publisher and author Nancy Sakaduski
Stephanie Fowler and guest host Jeffrey Smith speak with poet James Arthur
Stephanie Fowler and Tony Russo speak with author Don Parks
Stephanie Fowler and Tony Russo speak with author Diana McDonough
Stephanie Fowler and Tony Russo speak with author Alyssa Banks
Stephanie Fowler and Tony Russo speak with author Bruce Hanson
Stephanie Fowler and Tony Russo speak with author Barbara Lockhart
Stephanie Fowler and Tony Russo speak with author Gail Priest
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This week Stephanie and Tony have a big announcement and an irrepressible case of the giggles. They're excited to announce that "So What's Your Story?" will be available on Delmarva Public Radio Jan. 7
Stephanie Fowler and Tony Russo discuss writer's block with fellow author Jeff Smith
Jeffrey Smith joins Stephanie and Tony to discuss building characters as well as to break some news about the show during this live podcast recorded 12/9/16 at the Salt Water Media studios
Stephanie Fowler and Tony Russo speak with spoken word poet Ashley Cuffee
Ashley Cuffee is a spoken word poet who is better known in our Berlin, Maryland community as the poet Ash’iz. From open mic nights to sharing stories through poetry, Ashley is focused on creating a movement. In fact, …
MICHAEL O'LEARY is equal parts actor and playwright. For twenty years, he was the face and voice of Dr. Rick Bauer on the Emmy award winning CBS daytime show, “Guiding Light.” Now Michael is throwing himself into a new …
Karen Hustib Karydes had a twenty-four-year career at the Arlington County, Virginia Department of Libraries where she focused on adult acquisitions …
Ann Hymes studied English Literature at Rollins College and Mills College and then completed her graduate studies at Washington College, earning her …
This week we feature Chris Conway. Although he was born in Connecticut, he grew up in Southern California and graduated from California State Long Beach. Chris spent his career in business, owning and operating several …
Reverend David Briddell is a retired United Methodist minister, historian, genealogist, and author. David was born and raised in Berlin, Maryland and …
Jeff Smith joins Stephanie and Tony to discuss blogging both as an exercise in writing and an exploration of topics outside the scope of one's normal, every day writing. Also, there's goofiness.
Jane Briddell is a children's author who immigrated from England in the late 1960s. Her latest book, "123 Acorn St." is a whimsical look at the relationship between our things and ourselves.
Bonnie Feldstein, who writes under the name Anna Gill Bonnie was born and raised in N.J. but she mostly is inspired by her experiences living on the Eastern Shore of Maryland.
This week Stephanie and Tony discuss the ins and outs of independent publishing. Plus, they announce a contest wherein you can win a haiku or limerick.
TONY RUSSO is a local author, podcaster, and beer guy. On this episode, we reveal our first run at a live podcast (or one that was recorded live ) on August 12th. Tony switched chairs from co-host to guest while Jeffrey …
KIM KASH is a world-traveling freelance writer and author of the locally popular Jamie August novel series. Ocean City and its coastal environs are …
JAMAAD GOULD is a local activist and writer from Salisbury, Maryland who is getting ready to publish his first novel, Uncivil Unity. Jamaad, a 2014 graduate from Bowie State University, hung out with us to talk about …
BUD SCOTT is a flash fiction magician! He has been writing in the sci-fi, supernatural, and human interest genres for a many years while at the same time practicing the art of the esoteric.
BRYAN RUSSO is modern day Renaissance man - equal parts writer, musician, documentary filmmaker, and creative producer. He has won multiple awards …
Andy Nunez is a local historian and chronicler of weird, unknown, and spooky tales. A Delmarva native, he is an avid treasure hunter and a fan of the …
DENISE CLEMONS is a food author from Lewes, Delaware. Her new book, “A Culinary History of Southern Delaware” (History Press, 2016) is coming out in …
ANN FOLEY of Dogwood Ridge Books and author of several local history books hung out with us to discuss the days of old on Elliott’s Island. Ann’s …
COTY POYNTER is an indie poet from Baltimore, Maryland. Coty takes the honor of being our first poet AND our first guest to come from a long distance to sit down with us.
JOSH DAVIS, reporter and editor with the Ocean City Today, hung out with us last week to discuss journalism, fiction, and balancing the two. Josh is from Berlin, Maryland, and has three published works, the last two …
Frank E. Hopkins is an indie author with three works of fiction under his belt. In this podcast, we discuss Baby Boomer themes, details upon details, and abandoned homes.
Melissa Reddish is a fiction short-story writer who was recently published by Tailwinds Press. Melissa, a graduate of Washington College, received …
Carol K. Psaros has published two historical fiction books that focus on the ecology, culture, and people of Delaware. Carol talked with us about her …
Dr. Benjamin Beck, a Smithsonian Institution Scientist Emeritus, is a fiction and science writer who recently published his second novel, Ape. Ben visited the podcast to explore the science behind his novels and how he …
Jeffrey sat down with us to tell the story of the Mesabi Iron Range in Minnesota and its lasting place in American history.
Kelly Hughes Roberts is a Delmarva cooking and fitness icon who is also passionate about writing. In this podcast, Kelly talked with us about her great passions - food, fitness, kids, and writing.
Don Singleton talks about his two short story collections and "telling it like it is."
Barbara Lockhart talks about her writing.
Joan Cooper discusses her fiction series.
Andrew Heller discusses his Young Adult Series "Samuel Smythe."
Clara Small shares the development of her most recent book, "Compass Points."