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The History Quill Podcast is all about writing and publishing historical fiction. Brought to you by The History Quill and hosted by historical fiction authors Julia Kelly and Theodore Brun, each episode features a special guest sharing their insights and experiences. Some are bestselling historical fiction authors, others are aspiring writers sharing their journey so far, and others are industry insiders and experts. We cover writing craft, research, traditional publishing, self-publishing, ...
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In History Hit's Historical Fiction podcast, authors of newly published novels talk about their work, historians and writers discuss how great historical figures are depicted in fiction, and commentators explore contemporary concerns about "fake news" and "post-truth". Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.
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This interdisciplinary conference takes the recent popularity of the historical novel as a starting point to explore the relationship between history and fiction. The plenary speaker, Booker Prize-winning author Hilary Mantel (“Wolf Hall”), will appear in conversation with Mary Robertson, former Huntington chief curator of British historical manuscripts. The conference was held at The Huntington May 12–13, 2017.
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I learned so much from this conversation with New York Times Bestselling Author Alina Adams about her latest novel, My Mother’s Secret. We discussed the Jewish autonomous region of Birobidzhan established by Stalin in 1931 and Alina’s own childhood and immigration story as well as her long and winding road to writing books in her favorite genre. He…
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Christian Historical Fiction Talk is listener supported. When you buy things through this site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Become a patron and enjoy special perks and bonus content. Valerie Fraser Luesse returns to the podcast this week to chat about her new book, Letters from My Sister. We had such a good time, and she's such a gracious …
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After a tumultuous journey across the Atlantic (detailed in last year’s Miss Aldridge Regrets), Lena Aldridge has reached New York City only to discover that the Broadway show that lured her away from London will not run. While waiting to board a ship home, she accepts an invitation to stay with the Linfields, longtime friends of Will Goodman, the …
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There’s been so much buzz about Gabrielle Meyer’s new Timeless Series that I jumped at the chance to have her on the show! We had a great conversation about the first two installments of this series, When the Day Comes and In This Moment. We talked about God’s sovereignty over our place in history, the fulfillment of Gabrielle’s dream of writing fo…
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Christian Historical Fiction Talk is listener supported. When you buy things through this site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Become a patron and enjoy special perks and bonus content. Johanna Rojas Vann is a first-time guest to the podcast, and it was my pleasure to welcome her to the show this week. We chatted about her very first novel, A…
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Christian Historical Fiction Talk is listener supported. When you buy things through this site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Become a patron and enjoy special perks and bonus content. Shannon McNear joins us on the podcast this week to discuss her latest release, Rebecca. This is a fascinating look into the life of Pocahontas. She tells us …
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Today’s episode features Canadian author and historian Andrew Varga. His time hopping series is off to a smashing start with the first two installments, The Last Saxon King and The Celtic Deception. We talked about the importance of historical accuracy in books for young people and how pivotal the year 1066 (the setting for The Last Saxon King) was…
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Bookshop.org is an online book retailer that donates more than 80% of its profits to independent bookstores. Launched in 2020, Bookshop.org has already raised more than $27,000,000. In this interview, Andy Hunter, founder and CEO discusses his journey to creating one of the most revolutionary new organizations in the book world. Bookshop has found …
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I’m back at long last with Season Six! Valerie Fraser Luesse joins me on the show today as we talk about her latest novel, Letters from My Sister. Here’s the description from the publisher: Sisters Emmy and Callie Bullock are living a privileged life. As the only daughters of a wealthy Alabama cotton farmer, they are surrounded by a close-knit fami…
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Christian Historical Fiction Talk is listener supported. When you buy things through this site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Become a patron and enjoy special perks and bonus content. Debby Lee is a new-to-me author making her first appearance on the podcast this week. Her fascinating new book, Beneath a Peaceful Moon, is part of Barbour Pu…
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The Murder of Andrew Johnson (Forge, 2023) is the third in Burt Solomon’s John Hay Mystery trilogy. Our conversation explores the art and craft of writing historical fiction. What licenses are taken? Solomon invented the murder of Johnson, who assumed the presidency on Lincoln’s assassination in 1865, became America’s first impeached president and …
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Daniel Renfrew is a typical American sixteen-year-old. His main gripe when the story opens is that his dad insists on home schooling even though Daniel would much prefer attending the local high school with his friends. When we meet him, Daniel is at the local shopping mall, where a local cop is hassling him as a potential truant. After side-steppi…
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Ravage & Son (Bellevue Literary Press, 2023) by Jerome Charyn is a novel set in the Lower East Side of New York City in the early years of the twentieth century when it was America’s most crime-ridden and decadent neighborhood. Featuring an alluring cast of heroes, misfits, and monsters, Ravage & Son is part Jekyll and Hyde, part crime noir, part m…
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Christian Historical Fiction Talk is listener supported. When you buy things through this site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Become a patron and enjoy special perks and bonus content. I'm so thrilled to have Susie Finkbeiner returning to the show this week. She's so much fun to chat with. We talked about her new book, The All American, what…
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Ten Days in a Mad House is a book by American journalist Nellie Bly. It was initially published as a series of articles for the New York World, and as a book in 1887. This entry is a bit cheeky as, in fact, it was real and not a fictional account! Music from Fesliyan Studios. For some historical non-fiction, check out the ⁠History Obscura⁠ podcast!…
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Ten Days in a Mad House is a book by American journalist Nellie Bly. It was initially published as a series of articles for the New York World, and as a book in 1887. This entry is a bit cheeky as, in fact, it was real and not a fictional account! Music from Fesliyan Studios. For some historical non-fiction, check out the ⁠History Obscura⁠ podcast!…
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Ten Days in a Mad House is a book by American journalist Nellie Bly. It was initially published as a series of articles for the New York World, and as a book in 1887. This entry is a bit cheeky as, in fact, it was real and not a fictional account! Music from Fesliyan Studios. For some historical non-fiction, check out the ⁠History Obscura⁠ podcast!…
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Ten Days in a Mad House is a book by American journalist Nellie Bly. It was initially published as a series of articles for the New York World, and as a book in 1887. This entry is a bit cheeky as, in fact, it was real and not a fictional account! Music from Fesliyan Studios. For some historical non-fiction, check out the ⁠History Obscura⁠ podcast!…
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Ten Days in a Mad House is a book by American journalist Nellie Bly. It was initially published as a series of articles for the New York World, and as a book in 1887. This entry is a bit cheeky as, in fact, it was real and not a fictional account! Music from Fesliyan Studios. For some historical non-fiction, check out the History Obscura podcast!…
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Ten Days in a Mad House is a book by American journalist Nellie Bly. It was initially published as a series of articles for the New York World, and as a book in 1887. This entry is a bit cheeky as, in fact, it was real and not a fictional account! Music from Fesliyan Studios. For some historical non-fiction, check out the History Obscura podcast!…
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Christian Historical Fiction Talk is listener supported. When you buy things through this site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Become a patron and enjoy special perks and bonus content. Rachel Scott McDaniel is back with us this week. We've had a little scheduling change, so these may be out of order, but thank you for bearing with me as life…
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In this episode, hosts Theo and Julia are joined by Syd Young, an author, lawyer, and longstanding participant in The History Quill’s group coaching programme. Syd's debut novel is a biographical contemporary historical fiction piece, centered around Lady Bird Johnson in the aftermath of the Kennedy assassination. Together with our hosts, she explo…
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Ten Days in a Mad House is a book by American journalist Nellie Bly. It was initially published as a series of articles for the New York World, and as a book in 1887. This entry is a bit cheeky as, in fact, it was real and not a fictional account! Music from Fesliyan Studios. For some historical non-fiction, check out the History Obscura podcast!…
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Any novel set in Russia during the reign of Ivan the Terrible (1533–1584) is an instant draw for me; that is, after all, the setting for most of my own fiction. Throw in Baba Yaga, the wicked witch of Russian folklore, and give her a makeover, and I am hooked. Throw out the warts and the cackle, the flying mortar and pestle, the human skulls lighte…
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Christian Historical Fiction Talk is listener supported. When you buy things through this site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Become a patron and enjoy special perks and bonus content. Gabrielle Meyer returns to the podcast this week, and I'm so excited to have her with us to talk about her latest book, In This Moment. It's one of my favorit…
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When Emily Dawson inherits a plantation in Barbados from her grandfather, Jonathan Fenty, in 1854, she is not quite sure what to make of the bequest. Emily, an English vicar’s daughter, has long been the “poor relation” of her merchant family, but the bigger surprise is that her grandfather never once mentioned the existence of this property, Pever…
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Ten Days in a Mad House is a book by American journalist Nellie Bly. It was initially published as a series of articles for the New York World, and as a book in 1887. This entry is a bit cheeky as, in fact, it was real and not a fictional account! For some historical non-fiction, check out the History Obscura podcast!…
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Ten Days in a Mad House is a book by American journalist Nellie Bly. It was initially published as a series of articles for the New York World, and as a book in 1887. This entry is a bit cheeky as, in fact, it was real and not a fictional account! For some historical non-fiction, check out the History Obscura podcast!…
  continue reading
 
Ten Days in a Mad House is a book by American journalist Nellie Bly. It was initially published as a series of articles for the New York World, and as a book in 1887. This entry is a bit cheeky as, in fact, it was real and not a fictional account! For some historical non-fiction, check out the History Obscura podcast!…
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Christian Historical Fiction Talk is listener supported. When you buy things through this site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Become a patron and enjoy special perks and bonus content. Ann Gabhart returns to the podcast this week. She's always such a pleasure to have on the show, and we had a wonderful talk about her new book, In the Shadow …
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Ten Days in a Mad House is a book by American journalist Nellie Bly. It was initially published as a series of articles for the New York World, and as a book in 1887. This entry is a bit cheeky as, in fact, it was real and not a fictional account! For some historical non-fiction, check out the History Obscura podcast!…
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n this episode (originally aired by our partner Novel Dialogue) John and his Brandeis colleague Eugene Sheppard speak with Joshua Cohen about The Netanyahus. Is the 2021 novel a Pulitzer-winning bravura story of the world’s worst job interview? Or is it a searing indictment of ethno-nationalist Zionism–and the strange act of pretense whereby Americ…
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Christian Historical Fiction Talk is listener supported. When you buy things through this site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Become a patron and enjoy special perks and bonus content. Michelle Griep joins us once again on the podcast, this time to talk about her latest release, Man of Shadow and Mist. This Victorian Gothic romance is absolu…
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Today I talked to Elizabeth Graver about her new novel Kantika (Metropolitan Books, 2023). Rebecca Cohen and her family live in Istanbul, until they lose all their wealth and are forced to leave. It’s also no longer safe for Jews, and many are trying to find a place to go. Rebecca’s father, once a successful businessman, now cleans a synagogue in B…
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Christian Historical Fiction Talk is listener supported. When you buy things through this site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Become a patron and enjoy special perks and bonus content. First-time guest Cindy K. Sproles joins us today to talk about her new book, This is Where It Ends. It's a fascinating story about an old mountain woman, her …
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In today’s episode, Theo and Julia are joined by Anna Mazzola, the award-winning and bestselling author known for her captivating gothic historical novels. With a background in law as a human rights and criminal justice solicitor, Anna brings a unique perspective to her storytelling, exploring the impact of crime and injustice in her works. Through…
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Christian Historical Fiction Talk is listener supported. When you buy things through this site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Become a patron and enjoy special perks and bonus content. Kim Vogel Sawyer returns to the podcast this week to talk about her new book, The Tapestry of Grace. We've known each other for quite some time, and it's alwa…
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