Watch an interview with local children’s author Gail Langer Karwoski, conducted by Mary Kay Mitchell in the upstairs conference room at the historic Ware-Lyndon House. Karwoski is the author of over a dozen books, including Water Beds, When Hurricane Katrina Hit Home, and The Tree That Owns Itself. She talks about her personal history, what led her to become a writer, and her working methods, among other topics.
RSL inaugurates a new series of Oral History videos with award-winning novelist Terry Kay. Kay, interviewed by local author Karen Hankins, talks about his childhood, early influences, and his views on the art and business of writing.
Kay is the author of The Year the Lights Came On, The Valley of Light, Dark Thirty, and To Dance With the White Dog, for which he earned the Outstanding Author of the Year award in 1991 from the Southeastern Library Association. He has been named Author of the Year four times by the Georgia Writers Association: 1982 for After Eli, 2004 for The Valley of Light, 2008 for The Book of Marie and 2012 for The Greats of Cuttercane (Short Stories Category). Kay is also the author of the children's book, To Whom the Angel Spoke: A Story of the Christmas, released in 1991. THIS IS AN AUDIO INTERVIEW.