In today’s conversation, I talk with Elise Blackwell about her family’s history in Louisiana like having Faulkner set his dogs set on her grandfather, getting in a car wreck with Ralph Ellison, and many many other things, our first terrible stories, her time as a journalist, why are Souther Writers such a “thing,” choosing to … Continue reading The Outrider Podcast Interview #33 Elise Blackwell
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In my first interview in a long time, I chat with author Virginia Pye about her mother’s southern heritage, her father’s family’s missionary past in China, and his career in China and her faint childhood memories. We also talked about being a third child, and the first the first book she remembers reading, writing her … Continue reading The Outrider Podcast Interview #32 Virginia Pye
Reading Dreams of the Red Phoenix by Virginia Pye. The Lower Quarter by Elise Blackwell. Hopscotch by Julio Cortazar. Rereading Running in the Family by Michael Ondaatje. Watching It’s been an active month for watching things. A couple of Audrey Hepburn movies were taken in on Netflix. Roman Holiday and Charade. The thing that I … Continue reading First Saturday of October