The last listener’s question in our January series is about joy. We’ve got authors Suzanne Berne, Shalene Gupta, and Christine Murphy to talk about the good that can be found in the writing process.
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Check out my interview with AE Osworth about “Joy First Drafting” here.
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Suzanne Berne is the author of five novels: her most recent, The Blue Window, released last January, as well as The Dogs of Littlefield, The Ghost at the Table, A Perfect Arrangement, and A Crime in the Neighborhood, which won Great Britain’s Orange Prize, now The Women’s Prize.
Shalene Gupta is a Boston-area writer and the author of The Cycle: Confronting the Pain of Periods and PMDD, which will be released in February.
Christine Murphy is a graduate of GrubStreet's Novel Incubator program. Her debut novel, Notes on Surviving the Fire, is under contract and forthcoming in 2025.