Charlotte Readers Podcast: Surabhi Kaushik, Pam Turner and Landis Wade

Surabhi Kaushik, Pam Turner, Landis Wade

Prose, Poetry, Essay and Season 4 Preview

In today’s episode, we preview what’s coming in Season 4, which starts September 3, 2019 and runs weekly through December 3rd. We also have prose and poetry readings from guests writers Pam Turner and Surabhi Kaushik, and consistent with our season preview tradition, we have a published essay by host, Landis Wade. All the readings explore truths in various forms.

Charlotte Readers Podcast is sponsored by Charlotte Mecklenburg Library.

Learn More About This Episode
Learn More About This Episode

In today’s episode, we preview what’s coming in Season 4, which starts September 3, 2019 and runs weekly through December 3rd. We also have prose and poetry readings from guests writers Pam Turner and Surabhi Kaushik, and consistent with our season preview tradition, we have a published essay by host, Landis Wade. All the readings explore truths in various forms.

Pam describes herself on Instagram as a “writer, meditator, library nerd, community builder taking one day at a time” and Surabhi describes herself as a “avid reader, nature lover and a compulsive writer, not necessarily in the same order.”

The Season 4 Line-Up

Sept 3              S4-01  Scott Fowler –CarruthPanthers RisingLost on the Road to Nowhere

Sept 10            S4-02  Grace Ocasio and Justin Hunt -Poetry and Memoir 

Sept 17            S4-03  Martin Clark- LIVE at Park Road Books- The Substitution Order – Legal Thriller

Sept 24            S4-04  Marybeth Whalen –Only Ever Her– Women’s Psychological Fiction

Oct 1               S4-05  Philip Gerard  –Cape Fear Rising – Historical Fiction, 1898 Wilmington 

Oct 8               S4-06  Amber Smith- Something Like Gravity – Young Adult Relationships         

Oct 15             S4-07  Scott Huler – LIVE at Charlotte Museum of History –A Delicious Country – Re-discovering John Lawson’s 1700 exploration of the Carolinas

Oct 22             S4-08  Barbara Johnson and Roger Colberg– Short Stories and Memoir

Oct 29             S4-09  Jon Buchan –  Code of the Forest– Political Thriller

Nov 5              S4-10  Frank Morelli –No Sad Songs– Young Adult Alzheimer Author

Nov 12            S4-11  Tim Reinhardt –Jesus’s Brother James– Dramatic Comedy

Nov 19            S4-12  Laura King Edwards –Run to the Light – Memoir    

Nov 26            S4-13  Charles Oldham –The Senator’s Son– True Crime on the Outer Banks

Dec 3               S4-14  Phillip Lewis –The Barrowfields– Literary Fiction

About Beautiful Truth and CharlotteLit:

The first two pieces that Pam Turner and Surabhi Kaushik read come from “Beautiful Truth, A Gathering of Voices From Charlotte, North Carolina.” It’s part of CharlotteLit’s 2019 Beautiful Truth Initiative, which is discussed on the show, along with writing opportunities offered at Charlotte Mecklenburg Library.

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