Friday, April 6, 2012

Robert Earle was Our Guest on April 8th

Author Robert Earle was our special guest on April 8th. Listen to the Podcast:

Robert Earle has written two novels, The Man Clothed in Linen: The Messiah or Herod's Son? and The Way Home, and a memoir of a year in Iraq, Nights in the Pink Motel. His short stories have appeared in dozens of literary magazines from Mississippi Review to Quarterly West, The MacGuffin, Main Street Rag, and Green Hills Literary Lantern.

He grew up in Pennsylvania, has degrees in literature and writing from Princeton and Johns Hopkins, and for twenty years was a U.S. diplomat in Latin America, Europe, and the Middle East. He now lives in Arlington, Virginia, and is at work on a cycle of stories that extends Dostoevsky's The Brothers Karamazov to 20th century America.

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