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Radio Z Show from Zharmae

Radio Z - The Written Word


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Radio Z brings writers of books, poetry, short stories, plays and movie scripts together with folks who love to read and talk about writers and writing. Any subject matter any topic even religion or politics - so long as it relates to the written word.

On-Demand Episodes

Madeline Vaughan (@M_E_Vaughan) joins Travisd Grundy (@traveo2343) to chat about her book The Sons of Thestian and about how to craft Dialogue that evokes emotion in readers. Air Date: 12/06/2015 Call in (347) 996-3900

Tonight I'll be talking to "Life with Charlie" author Sherry Palmer about "first contact." Join us at 4PM Pacific time - 7PM Eastern on Sunday 11/15/15. (347) 996-3900.

I talk to author and teacher David Michael Slater author of The Book of Nonsense about Middle Grade Fiction for Boys. Join us at 4PM Pacific time - 7PM Eastern on Sunday 11/15/15. (347) 996-3900.

Join us tonight at 7PM EST and 4PM on the left coast for the Radio Z show. The topic will be "building to a climax." We'll talk about suspense, action and the ultimate payoff. Our guests will be Tempest Saunders (author of Mystic... more

We'll be talking about the Mexican holiday celebrating ancestors family and friends who have passed on. Your host Tom Julian will be joined by: authors Tempest Saunders (Mystic Academy) and Gudrod Hanson (Angry Shadows... more

We talk to authors J A Ironside and Justin Alcala about all things Halloween and spooky and hear about their latest booooooks!

Host Alicia and Co-Host Tom Julian talk about fictional holidays and why they are important.

Host and Author Emma Janson tackles reading for teen boys.

Host Alicia and Co-Host Emma Jansen talk with authors Joshua Done and Lee Hadan about coffee.

Host Alicia is joined by authors Brian Dorsey and Robert E. Hirsch to have an open conversation about writing.
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