Hey folks! Today’s guest is author and founder of the Zero Waste Collective, Tara McKenna. If you’re looking for ways to reduce the amount of waste in your life – or even if you’re just curious about it – tune in and pick up a copy of her book Don’t Be Trashy: A Practical Guide To Living With Less Waste and More Joy.
Penguin Random House
Welcome to 2022. We’re kicking off the new year with Sabrina Benaim. Fun fact: she’s considered one of the “most viewed” poet-performers in the world (check out this video…almost 10 million views!). Her new collection, I Love You, Call Me Back is out through Penguin Random House. It was a fun conversation and I hope you enjoy!
Merry Christmas and happy holidays to everyone. If you’re looking for something to do, give today’s show a spin.
We talk with Amanda Deibert, a writer whose projects have included some really neat things (that’s the literary term for it, you see). Her latest is a graphic novel adaptation of Eve Zaremba‘s novel Work For A Million. Check it out.
We also have a quick chat with long-time friend of the show Jennifer Gillies about the upcoming fall program for Hamilton’s GritLit Readers & Writers Festival (note: it’s all online so no matter where you are, if you like the program, you can be a part of it!)
What can I say about Gary Barwin? Amazing author and poet, entertaining reader, fellow Hamiltonian, and the first-ever guest on GET LIT! Gary’s newest novel, Nothing The Same, Everything Haunted: The Ballad of Motl the Cowboy, is something else (in the best possible way). Read it, and check out our conversation about it on today’s episode.