On this day 2 of the 2-day release of Our Wolves, I would like to share an interview by journalist Deborah Kalb on her book blog. In this interview, she asks questions that probe the origins of the project, including why I chose Red Riding Hood as my “fractured fairy tale.”
Here’s a photo of the champagne I shared with the gardener yesterday for the launch. Note that he tried to order me yellow gerbera daisies which would have been in the photo, but he called Saturday and the florist had already left for the day. So he owes me flowers.
18 responses to “Day 2 of Our Wolves Release”
Congratulations, Luanne! Heading over to read the interview.
You’re welcome, Luanne!
This is a fascinating interview that will enhance my experience of the book.
Liz, thank you so much. I feel that it does tell a lot about the origins of this project.
You’re welcome, Luanne. You did an excellent job of explaining the genesis of the book. Hurray for literature!!
Literature is wonderful. Notice how the written word keeps replicating itself in different forms?!
Yes! I’ve noticed that replication in my own writing as well.
Your ‘Wolves’ book cover is absolutely stunning!! Congratulations, Luanne, on all your prolific and gorgeous work!
Thank you, Ellie!
Mine should arrive in Michigan this week! I can hardly wait!!
I can hardly wait to hear what you think about it! Thank you for all your support!
Wonderful interview! I liked the in-depth details about the RRH subject and how you’ve approached it. I recall reading a poem from this series you published earlier. I know this will be an enlightening read.😊
Congratulations, Luanne. I “red” the interview. I’m learning more and more about this fascinating project. x Gwen
Thank you, Merril.