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Midge Raymond

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Episode 594: Veganish ft. John Yunker and Midge Raymond

Our Hen House

We’re excited to switch things up this week to bring you a discussion of vegan representation in the arts and an unforgettable performance! John Yunker and Midge Raymond, co-founders of vegan publishing house Ashland Creek Press, join Mariann and Jasmin […]

1hr 14mins

29 May 2021

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Books Are My People - Episode #32 with special guest Midge Raymond and a focus on eco books

Books Are My People

On this episode Midge Raymond, publisher and author of My Last Continent, stops by for a visit. We share some of our favorite environmentally friendly reads including We Are Completely Beside Ourselves by Karen Joy Fowler, Flight Behavior by Barbara Kingsolver and other great books. Subscribe to Books are my People using RSS, iTunes, or SpotifyWant to join my writing workshop on October 18th from 10 - 11:30 am? Click here to register and learn more. You can purchase all the books I discuss on this episode by clicking this link! Books Discussed:African American Poetry: 250 Years of Struggle and Song edited by Kevin YoungMy Last Continent by Midge RaymondWe Are Completely Beside Ourselves by Karen Joy FowlerThe Animals in That Country by Laura Jean McKay. Flight Behavior by Barbara Kingsolver Strange As This Weather Has Been by Ann PancakeProtest Kitchen by Carol J. Adams and Virginia Messina I continue to update virtual literary events on my blog at www.jennifercaloyeras.comDrop me a line at booksaremypeople@gmail.comSupport the show (https://www.patreon.com/user?u=22705533)

29mins

21 Sep 2020

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The Worm Hole Episode 22: Midge Raymond

The Worm Hole Podcast

Charlie and Midge Raymond (Forgetting English; My Last Continent; also Everyday Writing; Everyday Book Marketing) discuss the current situation in Antarctica and the balance of keeping it clean whilst allowing research and tourism, environmental and climate changes in the same location, and being followed to the toilet by a penguin. Some podcast apps do not show description links properly unless the listener subscribes to the podcast. If you can't click the links below and don't wish to subscribe, copy and paste the following address into your browser to access the episode's page on my blog: http://wormhole.carnelianvalley.com/the-worm-hole-podcast/podcast-episode-22-midge-raymond Amongst other places, Midge's fiction has appeared in TriQuarterly, American Literary Review, Bellevue Literary Review, the Los Angeles Times magazine, the Chicago Tribune, and Poets & WritersMidge's blog Ashland Creek Press The Siskiyou Prize Information on John Yunker's The Tourist Trail Information on Three Ways To Disappear by Katy Yocom The Center for Ecosystem Sentinels and their mailing list You can contact the show at books@carnelianvalley.com Question Index 00:50 You have a background in publishing? 01:48 What genres did you work on? 02:54 Tell us about Ashland Creek Press 06:11 You have published a couple of books on writing?... 14:39 You have lots of locations and languages in Forgetting English: are you a big traveller? 16:26 What is it about travel and life choices that got to you in terms of your short stories? 18:08 Was there a particular reason for situating the last story at the end? 27:38 Have you been to Antarctica? 30:44 How do people balance visiting and research in Antarctica with the fact that it is causing damage? 33:05 The health and lives of penguins – are we looking at something we can change, going forwards? 34:55 How did the lifestyle of birds, penguins, influence the way you constructed Deb and Keller’s relationship? 38:07 Tell us about the roles of Kate and Richard in the book 39:51 Keller has experienced a lot of losses- where did he come from? 42:11 What’s next? 43:23 If you could, would you have a penguin as a pet? Purchase Links Everyday Writing: Amazon UK Amazon US Amazon Canada Waterstones Barnes & Noble IndieBound Indigo Chapters Everyday Book Marketing: Amazon UK Amazon US Amazon Canada Waterstones Barnes & Noble IndieBound Indigo Chapters Forgetting English: Amazon UK Amazon US Amazon Canada Waterstones Barnes & Noble IndieBound Indigo Chapters My Last Continent: Amazon UK Amazon US Amazon Canada Waterstones Barnes & Noble IndieBound Indigo Chapters I am an Amazon Associate and earn a small commission on qualifying purchases.  Likewise IndieBound. Photograph used with permission from the author.

48mins

13 Sep 2020

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Everyday Writing and Book Marketing with Midge Raymond 4/21/15

"Life Mastery Radio" with Todd & Jackie

Midge Raymond's short-story collection, Forgetting English, received the Spokane Prize for Short Fiction. Her stories have appeared in TriQuarterly, American Literary Review, Indiana Review, North American Review, Bellevue Literary Review, the Los Angeles Times magazine, and many other publications. Her work has received several Pushcart Prize nominations and received an Artist Trust/Washington State Arts Commission Fellowship.Midge taught communication writing at Boston University for six years, and she has taught creative writing at Boston's Grub Street Writers and Seattle's Richard Hugo House. While living in Southern California, she held writing workshops and seminars at San Diego Writers, Ink, where she also served as vice president of the board of directors.In addition to being a published fiction writer and journalist, she has worked as an editor and copywriter with such publishing houses as Penguin, St. Martin's Press, Bantam Dell, and Houghton Mifflin Harcourt.Midge lives in the Pacific Northwest, where she is co-founder of the boutique publisher Ashland Creek Press.

54mins

21 Apr 2015

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Spring into Short Stories with Midge Raymond

Catch That Book Radio!

Join Traci and Author Midge Raymond as they kick off 'Spring into Short Stories Series'. Catch That Book Radio will spend the month highlighting short story collections.Midge Raymond's short story collection, FORGETTING ENGLISH, is the 2007 Winner of the Spokane Prize for Short Fiction and is on the rise as thee choice for book clubs. Join us as we chat it up about the state of short stories, Midge's writing journey and the essentials for creating a short story collection. Of course, we'll dive into Forgotten English and why book clubs should choose it.

1hr

7 Apr 2010

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Spring into Short Stories with Midge Raymond

Catch That Book Radio!

Join Traci and Author Midge Raymond as they kick off 'Spring into Short Stories Series'. Catch That Book Radio will spend the month highlighting short story collections.Midge Raymond's short story collection, FORGETTING ENGLISH, is the 2007 Winner of the Spokane Prize for Short Fiction and is on the rise as thee choice for book clubs. Join us as we chat it up about the state of short stories, Midge's writing journey and the essentials for creating a short story collection. Of course, we'll dive into Forgotten English and why book clubs should choose it.

1hr

7 Apr 2010