Kev’s Author Interviews Presents: Stephen Page Author of A Ranch Bordering the Salty River Kev: Tell us a bit about yourself, Stephen. Steve: Hello, Readers. How are you? I am fantastic. My name is Stephen Page, but you may call me Steve. I was born in Detroit into a family with Irish, English, Shawnee, and [...]
Christy invited me over to poetiv parfait folks… Check our what we were chatting about! 😀
Today we have author and singer Kevin Cooper in the house! It’s quite the day, between it being Friday, the day after the American Thanksgiving, Black Friday, and National Parfait Day (seriously!!). I am running around, making (poetic) parfaits and serving one up to Kevin. You can have one too. Yes, I share.
But what’s even sweeter is the treat of being able to interview Kevin, whose blog KC Books and Music I’ve followed for some time now. It’s full of wonderful poetry, fiction, original music, and more. Yes, Kev has many talents! He recently published the book Caboodle & The Whole Kit and is here to answer questions about the read, songwriting, and publishing.
Here we go:
Hi Kevin! Great to have you here. Let’s start with the question that’s been on my mind for a while. Which came first for you as a writer: short stories, poetry, or songs? Which…
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Kev’s Author Interviews Presents: Hugh W. Roberts! Tell us a bit about yourself, Hugh. Hi Kev, thank you so much for inviting me over to your blog today. My Name is Hugh W. Roberts. I live in Swansea, in South Wales in the United Kingdom. I’m Welsh, but only moved back to live in Wales [...]
Kev’s Author Interviews Presents: Stuart Harris! Tell us a bit about yourself, Stuart. A: I’m Stuart Harris with writing name of S. M. Harris. I’m a playwright with some off Broadway productions (in NY, Spokane and Baltimore) to my credit. I have written my first novel. I am starting at this somewhat late in life, [...]
Kev’s Author Interviews Presents: Christoph Fischer! Short Biography: Christoph Fischer was born in Germany, near the Austrian border, as the son of a Sudeten-German father and a Bavarian mother. Not a full local in the eyes and ears of his peers he developed an ambiguous sense of belonging and moved to Hamburg in pursuit of [...]