This Friday—that’s February 5— at noon I’ll be talking about DOGLAND with Behind the Prose’s Keysha Whitaker on BlogTalkRadio. If Keysha models my interview on those she’s done in the past, our conversation will focus as much on the craft of writing as on the content of the story.
The program will be available on the Behind the Prose website later in February—I’ll let you know when it’s posted—but those free at noon Friday can listen live. You can even ask a question.
Here’s everything you need to know: To listen to Friday’s program, click this LINK. Also:
- Use Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox
- Have a reliable broadband Internet connection
- Plug-in a microphone and headphones (Common Apple or Android earbuds with a built-in mic, headsets, and USB mics are options – Do not use the internal microphone on your laptop!)
- Have access to a quiet recording space with as little echo and background noise as possible
A note to writers: Whether you’re new, established, or if writing is simply a hobby, Keysha’s interviews are always insightful. One of the programs I enjoyed most features author, editor, and educator Dinty Moore. I highly recommend it!
Jacki Skole is an award-winning journalist, author and adjunct professor of communication. A graduate of the University of Michigan and Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism, she spent a decade as a writer and producer at CNN before turning to teaching. Jacki launched WRITE Now to assist students in writing the college application essays that will chart their future. Read More...