March 29, 2010

CCLaP Podcast 52: Author Sally Weigel

CCLaP Podcast 52: Author Sally Weigel

It's Monday, which means it's time for another episode of the CCLaP Podcast. Today: It's my recent half-hour talk with local writer Sally Weigel, whose debut novella Too Young to Fall Asleep was published by the center last fall. Sally is about to embark on a two-week "virtual book tour" that will take her to all kinds of different places around the web; we're kicking things off today with this recent sit-down, where she and I talk about everything from the writing process to having your family read your mature work for the very first time. Also featuring the music of MillionYoung and Malachai. And don't forget, if you download the enhanced MP4 version linked to below and listen on an iPod (or simply subscribe to CCLaP's iTunes channel), chapters and links and images will be at your disposal too!

More about the people and projects talked about in today's episode:
Sally Weigel
Too Young to Fall Asleep
Text interview about the book from last autumn
"Asleep" Facebook group
Letting Up Despite Great Faults

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Filed by Jason Pettus at 9:46 AM, March 29, 2010. Filed under: CCLaP Podcast | CCLaP Publishing | Literature | Profiles |