Our Terms of Use and Privacy Policy have changed. We think you'll like them better this way.

MichLiterary Network

Michigan Literary Network Radio

×  

Follow This Show

Stay in the know about new episodes and updates.
The Motown Literary Network has been live on blogtalkradio.com since fall of 2009, with nearly 10,000 downloads. Our 30 minute, weekly show airs Wednesdays at 5:30 p.m. EST with a focus on everything related to the literary world, from the writing process to author highlights to the nuts and bolts of publishing. Although the show can be heard by listeners all over the world, and our guests may come from all over the country, our target audience is readers and writers in Michigan with an interest in the Michigan literary community. Established in 2000, Motown Writers Network and The Michigan Literary Network were created to strengthen Michigan's Literary Community. Drawing readers, writers, authors, poets and more together, the networks' mission is to connect readers to Michigan literary works, educate and connect writers and poets to resources, provide events and venues for authors to showcase their work and a lot more. To sign up for updates on The Michigan Literary Network, scroll below. Visit our website and help strengthen the Michigan Literary Network, by sending our information to other readers and writers!

Upcoming Broadcasts

Today's guest is Chuck Sambuchino, editor of the Writer's Digest Guide to Literary Agents. Chuck Sambuchino will be in the Detroit area on September 12 leading a workshop on "How to Get Published," but he'll talk with us first, giving the ends and outs of this, seemingly, mysterious process. We'll also discuss what agent seekers can find in the Writer's Digest Guide to Literary Agents. Michigan Literary Network Radio is the media arm of the Michigan Literary Network, serving to bring readers and writers together to celebrate the written word since 2000.
Reminder Edit Reminder

On-Demand Episodes

Today's guest is author Shermita Mitchell, author of four novels. Native Detroiter Shermita Mitchell says she's been writing stories ever since she can remember. She has written four novels in the urban suspense thriller genre -... more

Today's guest is noted voice over artist and coach Rodney Saulsberry to talk about his new book "Tongue Twisters and Vocal Warm Ups with Other Vocal-Care Tips." Rodney Saulsberry is one of the most sought after voiceover... more

Our guest today is Sylvia Hubbard, founder of the Motown Writers's Network, the Michigan Literary Network, and executive producer of Michigan Literary Network Radio. Sylvia Hubbard is author of over 30 independently published books in the... more

Today's guests are new author Ardith Price to talk about her book "Just the Edge of God," and Rosey Denise of RDW Creations talks about her Summer Literacy Initiative and her upcoming Reading Room Ice Cream Social. We'll hear the... more

Today's guest is Diana Hirsch, writer, author, and Zentangle Teacher. About Diana Hirsch: At the ripe age of 4, Diana wrote an epic tale of biblical porportions about Noah's Ark. She chose that subject because she loved to draw animals.... more

Today's guest is William Burkholder, facilitator of the upcoming Soul Community House Poetry Meet Up/Workshop. About William Burkholder: William Burkholder is a post and author of five books of poetry and a number of... more

Today's guest is Keith Young, sharing about writing the Hero's Journey. Keith Young was the presenter at the Motown Writers' Network 2nd Saturday Meet Up on 7/11, and we wanted to bring him on the show to go indepth about his... more

Today, we talk with author Barakah Miller about her debut book "The Scales of Love." It's about the metanoia; the journey of changing one's mind, heart, and way of life. Check her out at www.barakahmiller.com

Today's guest is new author Mary Eatmon, author of Nine Houses, a memoir. After spending 27 years living in a dysfunctional marriage, Mary separated from her hsuband took an additional three years to gain courage to get a... more
Show Extras

Comments

 comments