The Literary New England Radio Show – designed to celebrate all things related to books, authors and storytelling with a New England connection – aired its first episode in December 2011.
The podcast and blog are the creation of Cindy Wolfe Boynton, an award-winning writer and editor whose background includes more than fifteen years as a regular correspondent for The New York Times and nine years as editor of Better Health magazine. Her one-woman plays Right Time to Say I Love You and Dear Prudence both made their premieres at New York City’s United Solo Theatre Festival, with Right Time continuing on for performances that took her to Brighton, England, and one of the largest theater festivals in the world.
A Connecticut resident, Cindy an English and communications instructor at the Yale School of Medicine and Housatonic Community College, as well as host of the weekly Literary New England Radio Show podcast. She is also the author of two books written for The History Press, Remarkable Women of Hartford and Connecticut’s Witch Trails: The First Panic in the New World. In 2014, she was a fellow at the wonderful Wesleyan Writers Conference.
Visit her (unfortunately usually outdated) website at http://www.cindywolfeboynton.com