Q&As & Interviews

In which I talk with novelist, Joshilyn Jackson, about weaving our faith into our fiction

Joshilyn and I talk about the three Fs: Faith, Forgiveness, and Funky Town. Actually, not really. We aren't quite that cheesy. But we DO discuss progressive Christianity and how it plays out in our fiction over on the LA Review of Books blog.
LA Review of Books

I talk with Daniel Ford from the podcast, Writer’s Bone, about writing, books, and the masks we wear…

I was at the tail end of the flu, and my voice was scratchy and hoarse, but I loved Daniel's smart questions. They made me think more deeply about my writing.
Writer's Bone

Susan Rebecca White talks foodies, religion, and her latest novel

Susan Rebecca White’s third novel, A Place at the Table, is a character-driven story of souls lost and found, inspired by the cross-generational, cross-racial friendship of two renowned Southern chefs, the late Edna Lewis and longtime Atlantan Scott Peacock. Over iced coffee at Dancing Goats Coffee Bar in Decatur, White talked about cooking, writing, teaching, and finding a place to belong.
Atlanta Magazine