More than three years? That’s a fair amount of podcasts/posts/interview/whatever you want to call these things. Which have been most popular? Well, let’s see what the data shows.
- Childrens Books, Creative Cards, And Coaching – An Interview With Deb Lund (2021)
- Surfing Writing And Staying Stoked – An Interview with Drew Kampion (2020)
- Meg and Kingfisher Bookstore Interview (2020)
- Invisible Pollution – More Than A Class Project (2020)
- Our Libraries Our Librarians – An Interview With Vicky Welfare (2020)
- Gregor Rare Books – Interview (2020)
- Poet Daniel Edward Moore Interview (2020)
- Steel Lace Apples And Editing – An Interview With Holly Thomas (2020)
- His Mother Really Is Crazier Than Yours – In Interview With Cam Castle (2021)
- A Dark Angel – An Interview With Richard Pelletier (2020)
As for the podcasts from 2022, give them a year or two to acquire an audience, particularly one that is not subjected to staying indoors during a pandemic.
Thanks for listening; and to our guests, thanks for opening up to the rest of the writing community.