Upcoming Interviews on KRUUFM.com
Stephen Rosenfield, "Mastering Stand-up"
November 24, 2017 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Barb Hall and Kathryn Gamble, "Women and the Land"
December 1, 2017 @ 1:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Ethel Barker, "Andersens of Eden"
December 1, 2017 @ 1:30 pm – 2:00 pm
Julia Turshen "Feeding the Resistance"
December 8, 2017 @ 1:00 pm – 1:30 pm
Paul Kiven, "Uprooting Rascism"
December 8, 2017 @ 1:30 pm – 2:00 pm
Aaron Poochigian, "Mr. Either/Or"
December 15, 2017 @ 1:00 pm – 2:00 pm
Alana Waksman is a young independent filmmaker, graduate of USC film school, who moved to Montana to truly experience the environment in which she planned to set her first feature-length Read More
If it sometimes feel like the internet has changed how we humans do everything… well that’s not much of a stretch. It certainly has changed how (and what) we read, Read More
Husband and wife team Rich and Sandra Neil Wallace share an interest in sports and extensive resumes in writing for kids and young adults. Rich, formerly senior editor at the Read More
Rabbi Danya Ruttenberg’s first book, “Surprised by God” told the story of her own spiritual awakening, which led her to study to become a rabbi of the Jewish faith. Then Read More
We are a tribe of storytellers. All of us. We love stories. So what better way to convey wisdom than through story? That’s exactly what Michael Bedar, certified spirtitual nutrition Read More
Amy Gottlieb fell in love with literature at a young age, and numbers amoung her literary influences Garcia Marquez (100 Years of Solitude), Michael Ondaatje (The English Patient) and Virginia Read More
Michael C. White’s seventh novel, “Resting Places” is, as Anita Shreve says, “a beautifully crafted novel of unbearable loss and earned forgiveness.” In this interview, we learn about Michael’s writing Read More
Between “The Little House on the Prairie” books and TV show, there is probably no one over the age of 30 in the USA who hasn’t heard of Laura Ingalls Read More
All About Getting Published
1stWorld Publishing is dedicated to the goal of making book publishing accessible and affordable to every one who has dreamed of seeing their words in print. The company’s founders have Read More
Whether you have a publishing contract with a major publisher, a small press, or are self-published, marketing your books is one of the most important jobs for an author. Long Read More
Our interview with Allan Cobb on 4/13/is a great tutorial on Print on Demand publishing. Allen did everything himself and got his first 50 books for a total investment of Read More
Check out this podcast – a delightful conversation that gives a behind the scenes look at the world of book publicity. Molly Brouillette works for Penguin books as a publicist Read More
This very special Writers’ Voices features discussions with Fairfield, IA artists Betsy Dockhorn, Toni D’Orr, and John Stimson. They will discussing the topic of the Book as Art Form. Betsy Read More
I’m embarking on the task of comparing publishers and publishing methods, to decide which way we should go to publish a novel written by Monica Hadley, founder of Writers’ Voices. Read More
Pay-to-Publish companies can have an array of contracts and services. They all require money from the writer to print the book, but they often do some marketing, retain rights to Read More
When a royalty publisher considers taking a risk on an author, an already established fan base and track record of book sales is a big plus. I remember when, in Read More
Have you got a little money to spend on self-publishing, but not a lot of time before you need the finished product? Companies like instantpublisher.com offer subsidy publishing with orders Read More