The ongoing podcast for West Virginia Writers, Inc., the Mountain State's largest organization dedicated to writers. Hosted by Eric Fritzius, from atop a hill in Greenbrier County, each podcast will feature information about WV Writers related events as well as readings and interviews with the writers of West Virginia and Appalachia.

This podcast features music by Pops Walker.

Friday, May 27, 2011

Episode 55: Sarah Dooley interview

In our continued effort to whet appetites for the 2011 WV Writers Summer Conference, this week we interview Sarah Dooley, author of the young adult novel Livvie Owen Lived Here. The book is a story told from the perspective of an autistic 14-year-old girl whose loving family is frequently thrown into chaos by her actions. In real life Sarah is a teacher of special needs children and can speak to the reality of kids like Livvie.

Sarah will be leading two workshops at the 2011 Summer Conference, June 10, 11 and 12 at Cedar Lakes Conference Center in Ripley, WV.

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West Virginia Writers Podcast: Episode 55


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