Springfield, MO, February 05, 2008 --(PR.com
)-- Chris Meadows will be interviewing Lawrence Lee Rowe Jr., author of the novel Tempus Fugit in which three of the Founding Fathers are transported to present-day America, on his live talk show podcast The Biblio File. The interview will be recorded live, and will take place on Saturday, February 9th at 9p.m. Eastern/6 p.m. Pacific time. After Meadows completes his interview, Rowe will take questions from the call-in audience, and questions can also be submitted via email to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The interview will focus on the writing and self-publishing process for Tempus Fugit, and on what the Founding Fathers might think of the current Primary season. Listeners are invited to call, chat, or write in with questions of their own.
Lawrence Lee Rowe Jr. was born and raised in the Washington D.C. area. He attended the Thomas Jefferson High School for Science & Technology, and studied Chemical Engineering at Michigan Technological University. Tempus Fugit is his first published novel.
The Biblio File is the live call-in talk show hosted by Chris Meadows via the TalkShoe podcasting service. The focus of this show is books and the publishing industry. Guests and audience members may call in by ordinary telephone or Voice-Over-IP and participate in the discussion, as well as share comments by text-based chat. The show can be streamed live or downloaded as an mp3 podcast after recording ends. In prior shows, Meadows has interviewed authors Diane Duane, Sharon Lee, and Steve Miller regarding their use of the "Storyteller's Bowl" publishing model, conducted a lengthy interview with author Peter S. Beagle about his career and works, spoken to Mercedes Lackey and Steve Libbey about their podiobook podcast "The Secret World Chronicle," interviewed P.C. Hodgell about her Kencyr novels, and interviewed Phil and Kaja Foglio about their Girl Genius webcomic. For more information on The Biblio File, see http://terrania.us/biblio/. For more information on TalkShoe, see http://www.talkshoe.com.
Chris Meadows may be reached via the contact form at http://terrania.us/emailme.htm.
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