Colleen Clayton - July 2nd, 2014
Colleen Clayton, author of What Happens Next, will be joining us on our Rookery show to discuss her book and the processes of creative writing. Colleen is a professor of creative writing here at Youngstown State University.
"Colleen Clayton grew up in a small, suburban town just outside of Cleveland, Ohio. After graduating from Kent State University, she worked as a social worker in residential treatment centers for troubled teens and as Program Supervisor for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Mahoning Valley. She currently lives in Ohio with her family and recently received her MFA in fiction writing from the Northeast Ohio Consortium (NEOMFA). She teaches fiction writing and composition at Youngstown State University."
Our first show goes live today at 11:00am!
We won't have any special guests today, but you will meet the senior members of the Penguin Review: Alex, Rebecca, and Tom.
Tune in to listen to our commentary on why nonfiction is actually fun (which we know doesn't exactly sound like a blast, but we promise listening to Tom will be worth it).
Alex will be reading a short story by Neil
Our first show will be Monday, May 19th at 11:00am!
Make sure you go to http://www.rookeryradio.com/ and listen.
Our official time slot will be Mondays and Wednesdays from 11:00-12:00 throughout the summer. Check back for more details on how to tune in!
Feel free to fill out the form below and shoot me (Alex) an email if you'd like to read your work on our show or to suggest something for us to read.
Keep in mind we can record our show before the time we air.
We have just received word that we have a time slot on Rookery Radio! That means we'll have our own one hour show from 11-12. Check back for more details.