Me – on the radio – talking about my writing – Sunday 12th August!

Okay everyone… I know it’s very unlike me to post twice in a day, but this one’s important…

Earlier this week, I was thrilled to be interviewed on the radio about my writing, and I’ve just been told that the interview will now be broadcast this Sunday. Squee!

So if you’re near a radio at 10am (Sydney time) this Sunday 12th August, why not listen to me talking about my writing on Radio Northern Beaches (87.7fm or 90.3fm)? You can also listen LIVE via www.rnb.org.au/stream. How exciting is that!

Here’s some photos of the interview, so you can have a visual as you listen:

Me being interviewed by talk show host, Robert Salisbury.

On the radio – whoa, oh, oh!

Reading from “Trigger”, published in “Winds of Change” (Canberra Speculative Fiction Guild, 2011)

Now, I can’t guarantee that I’m particularly eloquent or as fascinating in the interview as I am in real life (he he!) because I was pretty nervous. But we’ve all got to start somewhere, and this is my first ever radio interview. So please bear with me! At the very least, you’ll get to listen to the first of what I hope will be many radio interviews to come!

Fingers crossed it sounds okay – the interview went so fast I can’t even remember what I said!

“Ringside” is a weekly radio show about about the written word, with author interviews, talk and reviews of books, plays, scripts, theatre and all things written. Talk show host, Robert Salisbury, airs the show each Sunday, 10-11am, on Radio Northern Beaches (87.7fm & 90.3fm & www.rnb.org.au/stream).

Zena Shapter

I write from a castle in a flying city hidden by a thundercloud. #Ditmar Award-winning author. Movie buff. Traveller. Wine lover. Story nerd. Book Creator & Mentor. Founder & leader of the award-winning Northern Beaches Writers' Group / ZF Kingbolt.

4 Comments:

  1. Congrats on your first ever radio interview. Very exciting. Glad it went well…

  2. Good on you! Great opportunity – and there’s no doubt, radio sells authors’ work. Certainly that’s true in NZ and I figure it’s got to be the same in Australia!

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