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Two New Friday Morning Coffees with the Writer’s Bone

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BookTrib.com recently added Writer’s Bone to our weekly features. Daniel Ford and Sean Tuohy have been bringing us weekly podcasts of discussions they have with writers about the craft of writing and what motivates them to tell a good story.  We hope you enjoy this series as much as we do.

Today, we bring you not one but two wonderfully informative Friday Morning Coffee meetings with authors you can’t get enough of. The Writer’s Bone Podcast invites us to these one-on-one interviews packed full of details on the latest books that you can’t find anywhere else!

First episode: Marcel’s Letters Author Carolyn Porter

In this episode featuring Carolyn Porter, the beloved author of the newest novel Marcel’s LettersDaniel Ford sits down to hear Carolyn talk about typography, her graphic design, and a discussion of Marcel’s Letters in-depth.

Carolyn Porter is a woman of many trades, including her designs, authoring novels, being an art director, and so much more. After receiving her BFA in 1991, she went to London for a year and then started branding her graphic design when she returned to the states. Her script that was released in 2014, P22 Marcel Script, is based on the handwritten letters of Marcel Heuze, who worked in German labor camps during World War II.

Second episode: Welcome to the Slipstream Author Natalka Burian

Then, join Natalka Burian as she speaks with Caitlin Malcuit about her novel Welcome to the Slipstream and how the birth of her first child helped ignite her writing passion, how real-life experiences helped craft her characters, and the work she’s done with the Freya Project.

Natalka is not only an author but is also the co-owner of two bars and is represented by Kate Johnson at Wolf Literary Services.




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After meeting at a Halloween Party in 2013, Sean Tuohy met Daniel Ford put their heads together and came up with a podcast they would use to discuss books and some of their other favorite things. They initially called the podcast “2 Gentleman Writers,” then “Hemingway’s Love Children.” They eventually settled on Writer’s Bone. Daniel and Sean are in the middle of something very big and wonderful. Through Writer’s Bone, they feature author interviews, present works of fiction, and Boneyard discussions along the way.

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