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DIY MFA Radio Episode 114: On Voice and Writing – Interview with Steven Rowley

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In this episode, Gabriela Pereira interviews author Steven Rowley about his bestselling book Lily and the Octopus. They discuss the the various voices that an author has to contend with when developing a novel, from authorial voice to character voice to the critical voices that try to hold you back. For more detailed show notes, visit DIYMFA.com/114.

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Dog Days of Summer: Books for Those Who Love Man’s Best Friend

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They are happy creatures. They are your best friend. And they always want to play — even when you don’t. If you haven’t guessed which furry four-legged creature I’m talking about then you must not be a dog person! Whether you have a companion dog, you’re a doggy foster parent or you’re simply dog-sitting for the week, we all know that at the end of the day these little pups are what get us through some of the hard times. Besides wet kisses and muddy feet, man’s best friend also comes along with some health benefits. After all, having a pet has been known to be emotionally and physically beneficial for ourselves. So here’s the thing: take a trip down to your local adoption…

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