In today’s episode, we talk with author Arleen Williams about memoir, self-publishing, and the practice of writing.
Arleen is a West Seattle native, a career ESL instructor, and the author of over a dozen books, including her recently re-released Alki Trilogy. She is also the author of a memoir, The Thirty-Ninth Victim, that explores the circumstances surrounding her sister’s murder by Gary Ridgway. In this conversation, Laura talk with Arleen about writing and everything else, from immigration to MFAs.
Find out more about Arleen Williams on her blog here, or pick up copies of the newly re-released Alki Trilogy at the links below.
The August 2017 interview we mention about halfway through the podcast can be found on Fiona McVie’s Authors Interviews blog here.
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