Words To Go Podcast

Author Carole Giangrande hosts WORDS TO GO, a showcase for new writers and the spoken word, now heard in fourteen countries around the world. If you're a listener who'd love a few quiet moments with a story well told, or if you'd like to catch up with the best in new poetry, join us at WORDS TO GO. Writers' guidelines are at www.carolegiangrande.com/podcasts.

The Podcasts

On a lovely spring day, join us as the clouds gather over WORDS TO GO and Carole checks out fictional murder and gothic goings-on (not to mention grim tales of the book biz). Carole reads from Linda Hutsell-Manning's debut novel, That Summer in Franklin, and there's cheery news about how bad sales stats can wreck a writer's career. Not enough of the heavy stuff?? Carole's summer-cottage reading includes two dark, knockout novels by the late Flannery O'Connor. We're always cheery when we read your published work. Check out www.carolegiangrande.com and the WORDS TO GO PODCAST Facebook page.

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It's a beautiful day, so why not join Carole for a good-natured rant over all the nutty online distractions that get in the way of the "three R's:" writing, reading and real life! Yeah! In a more temperate mood, Carole reads Eva Tihanyi's beautiful long poem "The End of Something" and reviews a forgotten classic, The Train Was On Time by the German novelist Heinrich Boll. Whether it's poetry fiction or essays, we love reading your published work. If you like what you're hearing, post on our Facebook page at WORDS TO GO PODCAST.

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