Posts for Tuesday Dialogue Days isn’t what you think!
No, we won’t be discussing how to use dialogue in writing, although that sounds like a great weekday posting topic. What we will be discussing is Tuesday’s guest on Dialogue. Because, as you know, every Tuesday my radio show Dialogue: Between the Lines airs live at 10 AM Pacific Standard Time.
But first here’s a little history of Dialogue: Between the Lines and how it all came to be…
THE STORY OF DIALOGUE: BETWEEN THE LINES
In 2010, after seeing how few marketing platforms existed for fiction authors, Susan Wingate, along with Joshua Graham, decided to create one. Dialogue began as an effort in love and with a sense of paying it forward. If you are an author, agent, or publisher of fiction, Susan would be happy to consider you and your book for a spot on Dialogue.
Listen to previous guests on Dialogue by Clicking Here.
Today’s guest is a writing colleague of mine, Kay Kenyon. I first met Kay when I was asked to be a presenter at the Write on the River annual conference, about six years ago. Since then, Kay has written several novels which we discuss on today’s show. You can CLICK HERE to listen.
About Kay Kenyon
Kay Kenyon is the author of over a dozen science fiction and fantasy novels. Her science fiction books include The Entire and The Rose quartet, Maximum Ice, and The Seeds of Time. Her fantasy novels are: At the Table of Wolves, Book 1 of the Dark Talent novels, A Thousand Perfect Things and Queen of the Deep.
Her novels have been nominated for the Philip K. Dick Award, the Endeavour Award, the John W. Campbell Award and have been twice nominated for the American Library Association Reading List Awards. Her short fiction has been published in numerous anthologies and magazines as well as several best of the year collections. Five of her short stories are available on Amazon.com as stand alones.
Her latest work, At the Table of Wolves, is a historical fantasy novel set in 1936 England. From Saga Press (an imprint of Simon & Schuster), it is the story of dark Talents, Nazis and espionage–offering up a dramatic and slightly-altered history of the run-up to WW2. It will be followed in April, 2018 by the second in the fantasy spy series, Serpent in the Heather.
She is a founding member of the Write on the River organization in Wenatchee, Washington, dedicated to nurturing writers from inspiration to publication.
She and her husband split their time between Wenatchee and Southern California, both desert environments which she claims is the best environment for story ideas.
WHAT TO DO IF YOU’RE INTERESTED IN BEING A GUEST ON “DIALOGUE”
Simply contact me at: susan(at)susanwingate(dot)com