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Profiles and Interviews

 

Profile Q & A for WAKE FOREST MAGAZINE, July 15, 2022

"Finding Answers in the Past"

 

LME Interview with Award-winning Audio Narrator Elizabeth Wiley:

"The Power of Audiobooks: A Novelist and a Narrator Tell How to Work It." 

Published in DC Metro Theatre Arts,  March 18, 2022

 

 "Blog Tour" for LOUISA JUNE AND THE NAZIS IN THE WAVES: 

           On Thinking Like A Journalist (for ImaginationSoup.net)

          On the Joy of Research (For PragmaticMom.com) 

          Keeping to Fact when writing historical fiction (for teenlibrariantoolbox.com) 

Q & A with Deborah Kalb for LOUISA JUNE AND THE NAZIS IN THE WAVES

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Q&A Profile with Publisher's Weekly 

 

Children's Book Council Q& A about Walls 

Author Chat with YA Books Central for Walls

Q&A with Deborah Kalb for Walls

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Author Spotlight with SCBWI about Storm Dog 

Q&A with Deborah Kalb for Storm Dog

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By LME: DCMTA feature article about the real Schuyler Sisters:  "Who were the Schuyler Sisters? Fact and Fiction in Hamilton. In part three of our "Summer of Hamilton" series, New York Times bestselling author L.M. Elliott examines the endearing sisterhood of the Schuyler Sisters.

Q&A with Deborah Kalb for Hamilton and Peggy

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Interview with the Grateful American Book Prize for Suspect Red

"Better Read Than Dead: New Young Adult Book Dives Into McCarthyism"NEA News, 2017

Q&A with Deborah Kalb for Suspect Red 

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"The Key to Writing Good Novels? You Use The Reporting Skills of a Good Journalist" 

Q&A with Deborah Kalb for Across a War-Tossed Sea 

Kid's Bookshelf Q&A for Give Me Liberty

"Quiet Voices with BIG Messages" - Interview with The ALAN Review, 2006

 

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