W.R. on the Air-Waves, Redux: The Interview

Arguably my favourite part of the studio: the monitor that was perched on a dictionary of composers…

So, as I may have mentioned, I had my first in-person Author Interview on the radio just a few days ago. I was terrified–a wild author in captivity, so to speak–and for the ten minutes that I had to wait before my interview, I greatly regretted that I’d ever agreed to do it.

Fortunately for me, I was interviewed by the amazing Rod Gray, who not only has one of the classic Radio Voices, but was incredibly easy to chat with. He was a great host, too, and he made the whole process easy. Not only that, he made it a lot of fun.

Rod hard at work prior to the interview.

We discussed quite a few things in the 14 minute interview: from the perennial question of ‘where do your ideas come from?’ to POD and self-publishing; then from upturning tropes to Stephen Sondeim’s ‘Into the Woods’…

For those of you who couldn’t listen on the day, here’s an audio clip of the interview. ‘Scuse my broad Aussie accent–and just be grateful that I seem to have grown out of the phase where I sound like a little boy over the radio… (I certainly am grateful!)

Rod Gray and me in studio, as taken by the lovely Gill, who arranged the interview in the first place. Thanks Gill!

 

2 thought on “W.R. on the Air-Waves, Redux: The Interview”

  1. Mei-Mei December 23, 2016 at 3:56 pmEditReply

    What a cool interview! Super fun to listen. And I love your accent 😉

    • W.R.Gingell Post authorDecember 23, 2016 at 4:04 pmEditReply

      Thanks! 😍

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