The How The Why is a half-hour podcast documenting the creative process and the creative purpose hosted by Jon-Barrett Ingels. This free weekly series is an educational resource provided to discuss the evolution of literary arts with industry innovators. Interviews are structured as friendly conversations and conducted via telephone. Occasionally, episodes will be recorded live at special events and highlight multiple guests. Also available on iTunes and Stitcher.
Today our podcast connects with Seth Greenland, author of novels such as I Regret Everything: A Love Story and The Angry Buddhist (Europa Editions), screenwriter for television shows such as HBO‘s Big Love, author of plays including Jungle Rot and Red Memories, and co-host of the Los Angeles Review of Books Radio Hour.READ MORE
Today our podcast connects with Karen Tei Yamashita, author of novels such as Tropic of Orange, I Hotel, and Through the Arc of the Rain Forest (Coffee House Press), and Professor of Literature and Creative Writing at the University of California, Santa Cruz.READ MORE
Today our podcast connects with Jennifer Volland and Wendy Thomas Russell, co-founders of Brown Paper Press. Jennifer Volland is the co-author of Edward A. Killingsworth: An Architect’s Life (Hennessey + Ingalls) and Long Beach Architecture: The Unexpected Metropolis (Hennessey + Ingalls), as well as co-curator of the exhibition and publication Grand Hotel: Redesigning Modern Life for the Vancouver Art Gallery. Wendy Thomas Russell is the author of Relax, It’s Just God (Brown Paper Press), writer of a parenting column for PBSNewsHour, and former writer for Long Beach Press-Telegram.READ MORE
Today we connect with Laurie Sheck. She is the author of, most recently, Island of the Mad (Counterpoint Press), and A Monster’s Notes (Knopf), a re-imagining of Mary Shelley’s Frankenstein, which was selected by Entertainment Weekly as one of the 10 Best Fictions of the Year (2009), and long-listed for the Dublin Impac International Fiction Prize. READ MORE