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imageA sneak peek into Monday’s Literary New England Radio Show >> An audio excerpt of Erika Robuck reading from the first chapter of her novel Call Me Zelda!! Make plans to tune in to the show June 3 at 8 p.m. to hear our conversations with four fabulous authors who, in addition to Erika, include:

  • Beatriz Williams on A Hundred Summers
  • David Samuel Levinson on Antonia Lively Breaks the Silence
  • Daniel James Brown on The Boys in the Boat

 Listeners will also have the chance to win copies of all four books!

 Use this link to follow, favorite or get a reminder about the show: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/literarynewengland/2013/06/04/beatriz-williams-david-levinson-erika-robuck-daniel-brown

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Connecticut native Wally Lamb yesterday, May 30, at Book Expo America 2103, reading and speaking about his new novel, “We Are Water,” due out on November. Set in Connecticut, the book’s main character, similar to Lamb, works at a New England university. Lamb is a former UConn professor. He told the crowd at the BEA that the plot also involves two traumatic events that occurred in his own childhood. He also said: “Writers and readers are two poles. [Books and stories} are the electricity that connect us.” …. What a great way to describe the power of stories and storytelling. (Photo courtesy of BEA Digital Press Room)