Meet the Thriller Author: Interviews with Writers of Mystery, Thriller, and Suspense Books
Dana Stabenow is an author of science fiction, mystery/crime fiction, suspense/thriller, and historical adventure novels. Dana Stabenow was born in Anchorage and raised on 75-foot fish tender in the Gulf of Alaska. She knew there was a warmer, drier job out there somewhere and found it in writing. Her first science fiction novel, Second Star,... The post MTTA 136: Dana Stabenow appeared first on Meet the Thriller Author.
Cathi and Christie chat with Dana Stabenow, author of Spoils of the Dead. The conversation covers Dana's most important part of writing: setting. They talk about Alaska, the Coast Guard, and writer's retreats. The wine this week is Delheim Pinotage Rose. Also, welcome to any Danamaniac listeners!
Dana Stabenow, Paul Vidich, Jennifer Graeser Dornbush - co-host Julia Dahl
Author Julia Dahl (writer of the Rebekah Roberts series) joins Eric as co-host to talk with Dana Stabenow (the Kate Shugak series and Liam Campbell series), cold war spy novelist Paul Vidich and author and forensics expert Jennifer Graeser Dornbush (Hole In The Woods). Plus the Malmons review the latest from Jess Lourey and Matthew IdenAll music used by permission under creative commons license. Music in this episode includes:Blueprint by Jahzzar Sundrops by The Polish AmbassadorMells Parade by Broke For FreeCome and Get It! by Dan LebowitzBotanic Garden by JahzzarWarm Up Suit by Broke For FreeHang for Days by Silent PartnerZodiac by Jahzzar Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
Dana Stabenow talks about her latest crime novel, her writing career and her support for women writers
Hometown, Alaska – Alaska Public Media
Dana Stabenow, Alaska author of nearly 40 books, many in crime fiction. One series focuses on private eye named Kate Shugak, and a second series focuses on a a mythical Alaska State Trooper living in a remote Alaska community. (Dana Stabenow)Dana Stabenow is having a great writing career. Her latest book, Spoils of the Dead, is No. 5 in her series about Alaska State Trooper Liam Campbell. After a demotion from sergeant back to trooper for a serious mistake, he finds himself policing in a commercial fishing town dubbed Newenham, “an ice-bound bush town with a six-bed jail, a busted ATM and a saloon that does double-duty as a courtroom.” You can bet trouble follows. We talk more about the book on the show, but if you haven’t yet been bitten by the Stabenow bug, you may not know the Liam Campbell series is just one of Stabenow’s works. Does the name Kate Shugak bring it back for you? “Aleutian Kate Shugak–formerly an Anchorage police investigator and now a private eye–lives on a 160-acre homestead in Alaska’s largest national park. Her roommate is a half-wolf, half-husky dog named Mutt, and her nearest neighbors are a bull moose and a grizzly sow. Farther off are dog mushers, miners, hunters, trappers, fishermen, bush pilots, pipeline workers, Park rangers—and, it turns out, murderers.“Just some of the titles in the Kate Shugak series. Stabenow produced 22 books in the Shugak series, practically one a year, with the latest one in 2020. Her very first Kate Shugak story, A Cold Day for Murder, earned the prestigious Edgar Award in 1993. Her 18th book in the series, Though Not Dead, took a Nero award in 2012, from a literary society honoring the Nero Wolfe stories of Rex Stout. And there are other series, as well as travel writing for Alaska magazine and doing the hard work of self-promotion — critical in the contemporary publishing world. Plus, there’s another chapter: We talk about Storyknife Writer’s Retreat, an up-from-the-dirt complex of cabins high on a bluff in Homer aimed at serving women writers. HOST: Kathleen McCoy GUEST: Dana Stabenow, Alaska author LINKS: Dana Stabenow’s official websiteDana’s books by series, webpage‘How Josephine Tey led me into a life of crime, blog postJosephine Tey Symposium, The Poison Pen, Dana Stabenow on panel, You Tube Dec 17 2020Author Stabenow’s Kate Shugak may be headed for television, Anchorage Daily News, Oct. 27 2009Danamaniacs, Facebook private group, request to joinDana gives the Kate Shugak stories unabridged version, through 2009, YouTube An interview with Dana Stabenow, Third Place Books, Lake Forest Park after Though Not Dead is published, YouTubeGoing Independent (advice for writers) Dana Stabenow official blog, blog post Storyknife Writers Retreat Homer Alaska websiteStoryknife Writers Retreat 2019 construction video, You Tube PARTICIPATE: Call 550-8433 (Anchorage) or 1-888-353-5752 (statewide) during the live broadcast (10-11 a.m.).Send e-mail to email@example.com before, during or after the live broadcast (E-mails may be read on air).Post your comment or question below (Comments may be read on air).LIVE: Monday, Feb. 8, 2021 at 10 a.mRE-AIR: Monday, Feb. 8, 2021 at 8 p.m.PODCAST: On this page after the show
Today we’re joined by the award winning, best-selling writer Dana Stabenow for a fun chat about her new book Spoils of the Dead, the agony of writing during a pandemic, missing her deadline by two months, Alaskan bush pilots, her R2D2 ringtone, and that time she fell in a pit full of live salmon as … Continue reading Ep. 110 Pits Of Salmon With Dana Stabenow
True Crime vs Perfect Crime with Dana Stabenow, Keenan Powell, Leland Hale, Tom Brennan, and Lael Morgan
Alaska Authors and Themes
Alaska authors Dana Stabenow (Less Than A Treason), Leland Hale (What Happened in Craig? Alaska’s Worse Unsolved Murder), Tom Brennan (Dead Man’s Dancer, The Mechele Linehan Story), Keenan Powell (Deadly Solutions) are joined by author and journalist Lael Morgan, a licensed private detective and former police reporter. Fiction and nonfiction writers get ready for crime talk, craft and discovery.