Over the Teacup-That Thing About "The Last First Kiss"One More Thing Before You Go
Hey one more thing before you go, what do you do when you have an illustrious career as an attorney and a judge, but you have this deep-down desire to put words to paper? You become a novelist! In this Friday Over The Teacup episode, we're Going to talk about reinventing your life as a novelist and creating A piece of work that explores old memories, betrayals, mistakes, missed chances, a look at how life could have been, all wrapped up in the middle of a hurricane, and we're going to talk about the journey into creating this Intriguing and unique novel. I'm your host Michael Herst and this is Over The Teacup- That Thing About “The Last First Kiss.”
My Guest in This Episode is Walter Bennett he is a writer and former lawyer, judge, and law professor. His first novel, Leaving Tuscaloosa, won The Alabama Author’s Award, and was a finalist for the PEN/Bellwether Prize for Socially Engaged Fiction and the Crook’s Corner Book Prize for debut novels set in the American South. He has published short fiction and essays in both print and online journals, including Blackbird, The Courtland Review, Eclipse and Voices. An essay on trout fishing, “Black Quill,” appears in A stream: American Writers on Fly Fishing He has written numerous articles on the law; and a highly acclaimed book: The Lawyer’s Myth: Reviving Ideals in the Legal Profession. Find more at https://beforeyougopodcast.com
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