I was recently interviewed by Zinta Aistars for her WMUK (NPR Affiliate) program Between the Lines about my work with the non-profit Writers’ Center Great Lakes Commonwealth of Letters (GLCL):
Robert Russell is the director of development at GLCL. Asked about what GLCL does, he brims with enthusiasm. “Literary arts are open to everyone. Anyone can write down thoughts. You don’t have to be published. There is healing in writing. It’s a kind of therapy, and it also connects people. I’ve always thought the literary arts are vastly under-appreciated.”
You can listen to the entire interview at the above link. And you can find out about GLCL here.
Thanks to Zinta and everyone at WMUK for having me—I’m beyond honored to be able to participate in this important conversation.