Monday, 13 August 2012

PANK INTERVIEW - MOTHER AMERICA


I'm ending my virtual tour for Mother America in style at PANK, in their In Conversation series in the Young Bright Things section. (Young!? Bless.)

I chat with San Fran based Irish writer Ethel Rohan. It's a comprehensive set of questions and some of the stuff we touch on includes ugly-pretty stories, travel and betrayal.

Big thanks to PANK for hosting and to Ethel for the conversation. And thanks to all my previous lit blog hosts on this tour: Órfhlaith, Dan, Shauna, Vanessa, Valerie, Rachel, Declan, Johanna, Tania and Elizabeth. Cheers for the investment of your time and for all your considered questions.

As I write this I am looking at an enormous brown seagull atop a penthouse and the static ferris wheel in Albert Dock and listening to the Monday morning traffic of Liverpool. Home today to my own place, the-son-who-wouldn't-come-on-holiday, and my beloved desk.

2 comments:

Ethel Rohan said...

My pleasure, Nuala. Safe travels home.

WOMEN RULE WRITER said...

Thanks, Ethel :)