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Find out what makes great, arts-inspired fiction in a variety of genres, from mysteries to crime novels, historical fiction, thrillers, contemporary fiction, and more. Art In Fiction founder and author Carol M. Cram chats with some of the top novelists featured on Art In Fiction, a curated online database of books inspired by the arts. Discover your next great read and get valuable advice on what it takes to be a successful writer.

Location:

Canada

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Find out what makes great, arts-inspired fiction in a variety of genres, from mysteries to crime novels, historical fiction, thrillers, contemporary fiction, and more. Art In Fiction founder and author Carol M. Cram chats with some of the top novelists featured on Art In Fiction, a curated online database of books inspired by the arts. Discover your next great read and get valuable advice on what it takes to be a successful writer.

Language:

English

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Episodes

Hollywood Royalty - The Story of Hattie McDaniel in ReShonda Tate's The Queen of Sugar Hill

2/29/2024
Listen in as I chat with ReShonda Tate, the best-selling author of dozens of novels including The Queen of Sugar Hill, ReShonda's first historical novel. It's listed in the Film category on Art In Fiction. View the Video on YouTube: https://youtu.be/aIofW073t_U Highlights include: Gone with the WindThe Queen of Sugar HillThe Queen of Sugar HillThe Queen of Sugar HillThe Queen of Sugar HillPress Play now & be sure to check out The Queen of Sugar Hill on Art In Fiction: https://www.artinfiction.com/novels?q=reshonda+tate ReShonda Tate's Website: https://www.reshondatate.com Paganology, performed by The Paul Plimley Trio; composed by Gregg Simpson Are you enjoying The Art In Fiction Podcast? Consider helping us keep the lights on so we can continue bringing you interviews with your favorite arts-inspired novelists. Just $3 buys us a coffee (and we really like coffee) at Ko-Fi. Just click this link: https://ko-fi.com/artinfiction Also, check out the Art In Fiction website at https://www.artinfiction.com where you'll find over 1800 novels inspired by the arts in 10 categories: Architecture, Dance, Decorative Arts, Film, Literature, Music, Textile Arts, Theater, Visual Arts, and Other.

Duration:00:21:56

High Fashion and Intrigue in "The Disappearance of Astrid Bricard" by Natasha Lester

2/20/2024
Natasha Lester, the New York Times best-selling author of nine novels. joins me on the Art In Fiction Podcast to chat about her latest novel, The Disappearance of Astrid Bricard, listed in the Textile Arts category. NEW on The Art In Fiction Podcast: Watch my interview on YouTube! Highlights include: The Disappearance of Astrid Bricard - The Disappearance of Astrid BricardCheck out The Disappearance of Astrid Bricard and all of Natasha's other novels on Art In Fiction: https://www.artinfiction.com/novels?q=natasha+lester Natasha Lester's Website: https://natashalester.com.au/ Paganology, performed by The Paul Plimley Trio; composed by Gregg Simpson This website contains affiliate links. If you use these links to make a purchase, I may earn a commission. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. ProWriting Aid is a grammar checker, style editor, and writing mentor in one package. Get 20% off: https://prowritingaid.com/?afid=7030 Are you enjoying The Art In Fiction Podcast? Consider helping us keep the lights on so we can continue bringing you interviews with your favorite arts-inspired novelists. Just $3 buys us a coffee (and we really like coffee) at Ko-Fi. Just click this link: https://ko-fi.com/artinfiction Also, check out the Art In Fiction website at https://www.artinfiction.com where you'll find over 1800 novels inspired by the arts in 10 categories: Architecture, Dance, Decorative Arts, Film, Literature, Music, Textile Arts, Theater, Visual Arts, and Other.

Duration:00:39:34

Early Silent Film in The Courtesan's Daughter by Susanne Dunlap

2/16/2024
Listen in as I chat with Susanne Dunlap, author of more than a dozen historical novels for adults and teens. Susanne joins me on the Art In Fiction Podcast to discuss one of her newest novels, The Courtesan's Daughter, listed in the Film category on Art In Fiction. NEW on The Art In Fiction Podcast: Watch my interview on YouTube! Highlights include: The Courtesan's DaughterThe Courtesan's DaughterThe Courtesan's DaughterPress Play now & be sure to check out The Courtesan's Daughter and all of Susanne's other novels on Art In Fiction. Susanne Dunlap's Website Paganology, performed by The Paul Plimley Trio; composed by Gregg Simpson Subscribe to Art In Fiction to find out about upcoming podcast episodes, blog posts, featured authors, and more. This website contains affiliate links. If you use these links to make a purchase, I may earn a commission. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREE Pro Writing Aid ProWriting Aid is a grammar checker, style editor, and writing mentor in one package. Click to get 20% off. Are you enjoying The Art In Fiction Podcast? Consider helping us keep the lights on so we can continue bringing you interviews with your favorite arts-inspired novelists. Just $3 buys us a coffee (and we really like coffee) at Ko-Fi. Just click this link: https://ko-fi.com/artinfiction Also, check out the Art In Fiction website at https://www.artinfiction.com where you'll find over 1800 novels inspired by the arts in 10 categories: Architecture, Dance, Decorative Arts, Film, Literature, Music, Textile Arts, Theater, Visual Arts, and Other.

Duration:00:28:18

The Written Word in WWII in the Novels of Madeline Martin

9/19/2023
Listen in as I chat with Madeline Martin, the New York Times bestselling author of novels set in World War II along with dozens of romance novels. Madeline joins me on the Art In Fiction Podcast to discuss her three novels listed in the Literature category on Art In Fiction: The Last Bookshop in London, The Librarian Spy and her newest novel, The Keeper of Hidden Books. Highlights include: The Keeper of Hidden Books The Keeper of Hidden Books.The Keeper of Hidden Books.The Librarian Spy The Last Bookshop in London.Press Play now & be sure to check out The Keeper of Hidden Books, The Librarian Spy and The Last Bookshop in London on Art In Fiction. Madeline Martin's Website Music Credit Paganology, performed by The Paul Plimley Trio; composed by Gregg Simpson Would you like to support Art In Fiction? Please consider buying us a coffee on Ko-Fi. Thank you! Subscribe to Art In Fiction to find out about upcoming podcast episodes, blog posts, featured authors, and more. This website contains affiliate links. If you use these links to make a purchase, I may earn a commission. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREE Are you enjoying The Art In Fiction Podcast? Consider helping us keep the lights on so we can continue bringing you interviews with your favorite arts-inspired novelists. Just $3 buys us a coffee (and we really like coffee) at Ko-Fi. Just click this link: https://ko-fi.com/artinfiction Also, check out the Art In Fiction website at https://www.artinfiction.com where you'll find over 1800 novels inspired by the arts in 10 categories: Architecture, Dance, Decorative Arts, Film, Literature, Music, Textile Arts, Theater, Visual Arts, and Other.

Duration:00:33:46

Women's Work and Women's Words in the Novels of Pip Williams

8/29/2023
In this episode, I'm chatting with Pip Williams, author of two novels featured in the Literature category on Art In Fiction: The Dictionary of Lost Words andThe Bookbinder. Highlights include: The Bookbindernot The Bookbinder.The Bookbinder CalliopeThe Dictionary of Lost Words.Press Play now & be sure to check out The Dictionary of Lost Words and The Bookbinder on Art In Fiction. Pip Williams's Website Receive 20% Off ProWritingAid Music Credit Paganology, performed by The Paul Plimley Trio; composed by Gregg Simpson Would you like to support Art In Fiction? Please consider buying us a coffee on Ko-Fi. Thank you! Subscribe to Art In Fiction to find out about upcoming podcast episodes, blog posts, featured authors, and more. This website contains affiliate links. If you use these links to make a purchase, I may earn a commission. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREE Pro Writing Aid ProWriting Aid is a grammar checker, styl Are you enjoying The Art In Fiction Podcast? Consider helping us keep the lights on so we can continue bringing you interviews with your favorite arts-inspired novelists. Just $3 buys us a coffee (and we really like coffee) at Ko-Fi. Just click this link: https://ko-fi.com/artinfiction Also, check out the Art In Fiction website at https://www.artinfiction.com where you'll find over 1800 novels inspired by the arts in 10 categories: Architecture, Dance, Decorative Arts, Film, Literature, Music, Textile Arts, Theater, Visual Arts, and Other.

Duration:00:55:29

Artists, Show Girls and Women Who Know Their Own Minds in the Novels of Nicola Harrison

7/28/2023
In this episode, I'm chatting with Nicola Harrision, author of two novels featured on Art In Fiction: Laguna Beach in the Visual Arts category and The Show Girl in the Theater category. Highlights include: Laguna Beach Laguna BeachThe Show Girl Press Play now & be sure to check out Hotel Laguna and The Show Girl on Art In Fiction. Nicola Harrison's Website Receive 20% Off ProWritingAid Music Credit Paganology, performed by The Paul Plimley Trio; composed by Gregg Simpson Would you like to support Art In Fiction? Please consider buying us a coffee on Ko-Fi. Thank you! Subscribe to Art In Fiction to find out about upcoming podcast episodes, blog posts, featured authors, and more. This website contains affiliate links. If you use these links to make a purchase, I may earn a commission. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREE Pro Writing Aid ProWriting Aid is a grammar checker, style editor Are you enjoying The Art In Fiction Podcast? Consider helping us keep the lights on so we can continue bringing you interviews with your favorite arts-inspired novelists. Just $3 buys us a coffee (and we really like coffee) at Ko-Fi. Just click this link: https://ko-fi.com/artinfiction Also, check out the Art In Fiction website at https://www.artinfiction.com where you'll find over 1800 novels inspired by the arts in 10 categories: Architecture, Dance, Decorative Arts, Film, Literature, Music, Textile Arts, Theater, Visual Arts, and Other.

Duration:00:38:50

Jazz Age Paris and Depression Era Moonshine in the novels of Liza Nash Taylor

6/1/2023
I'm chatting with Liza Nash Taylor, author of Etiquette for Runaways and In All Good Faith. Highlights include: Etiquette for Runaways Etiquette for RunawaysEtiquette for Runaways In All Good FaithPress Play now & be sure to check out Etiquette for Runaways and In All Good Faith on Art In Fiction. Liza Nash Taylor's Website Receive 20% Off ProWritingAid Music Credit Paganology, performed by The Paul Plimley Trio; composed by Gregg Simpson Would you like to support Art In Fiction? Please consider buying us a coffee on Ko-Fi. Thank you! Subscribe to Art In Fiction to find out about upcoming podcast episodes, blog posts, featured authors, and more. This website contains affiliate links. If you use these links to make a purchase, I may earn a commission. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREE Pro Writing Aid ProWriting Aid is a grammar checker, style editor, and writing mentor in one package, ProWritingAid Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you. Are you enjoying The Art In Fiction Podcast? Consider helping us keep the lights on so we can continue bringing you interviews with your favorite arts-inspired novelists. Just $3 buys us a coffee (and we really like coffee) at Ko-Fi. Just click this link: https://ko-fi.com/artinfiction Also, check out the Art In Fiction website at https://www.artinfiction.com where you'll find over 1800 novels inspired by the arts in 10 categories: Architecture, Dance, Decorative Arts, Film, Literature, Music, Textile Arts, Theater, Visual Arts, and Other.

Duration:00:33:08

We Need More Mary Wollstonecraft with Samantha Silva

5/23/2023
Join me as I chat with Samantha Silva, author of Love and Fury and Mr. Dickens and His Carol. Highlights: Love and FuryLove and FuryLove and FuryLove and FuryMr. Dickens and His CarolPress Play now & be sure to check out Love and Fury and Mr. Dickens and His Carol on Art In Fiction. Samantha Silva's Website Receive 20% Off ProWritingAid Music Credit Paganology, performed by The Paul Plimley Trio; composed by Gregg Simpson Subscribe to Art In Fiction to find out about upcoming podcast episodes, blog posts, featured authors, and more. This website contains affiliate links. If you use these links to make a purchase, I may earn a commission. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Would you like to support Art In Fiction? Please consider buying us a coffee on Ko-Fi. Thank you! Buzzsprout - Let's get your podcast launched! Start for FREE Pro Writing Aid ProWriting Aid is a grammar checker, style editor, and writing mentor in one package, ProWritingAid Disclaimer: This post contains affiliate links. If you make a purchase, I may receive a commission at no extra cost to you. Are you enjoying The Art In Fiction Podcast? Consider helping us keep the lights on so we can continue bringing you interviews with your favorite arts-inspired novelists. Just $3 buys us a coffee (and we really like coffee) at Ko-Fi. Just click this link: https://ko-fi.com/artinfiction Also, check out the Art In Fiction website at https://www.artinfiction.com where you'll find over 1800 novels inspired by the arts in 10 categories: Architecture, Dance, Decorative Arts, Film, Literature, Music, Textile Arts, Theater, Visual Arts, and Other.

Duration:00:50:54

Loving the Brontës feat. Finola Austin, author of Brontë's Mistress

4/27/2023
Join me as I chat with Finola Austin, author of the award-winning debut novel Brontë's Mistress. Highlights: Brontë's MistressBrontë's MistressBrontë's Mistress Brontë's MistressPress Play now & be sure to check out Brontë's Mistress on Art In Fiction. Finola Austin's Website Receive 20% Off ProWritingAid Music Credit Paganology, performed by The Paul Plimley Trio; composed by Gregg Simpson Subscribe to Art In Fiction to find out about upcoming podcast episodes, blog posts, featured authors, and more. This website contains affiliate links. If you use these links to make a purchase, I may earn a commission. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Are you enjoying The Art In Fiction Podcast? Consider helping us keep the lights on so we can continue bringing you interviews with your favorite arts-inspired novelists. Just $3 buys us a coffee (and we really like coffee) at Ko-Fi. Just click this link: https://ko-fi.com/artinfiction Also, check out the Art In Fiction website at https://www.artinfiction.com where you'll find over 1800 novels inspired by the arts in 10 categories: Architecture, Dance, Decorative Arts, Film, Literature, Music, Textile Arts, Theater, Visual Arts, and Other.

Duration:00:37:56

Historical Riches feat. Lauren Belfer, author of And After the Fire

3/1/2022
Join me as I chat with Lauren Belfer, author of several riveting historical novels including And After the Fire and A Fierce Radiance. Highlights: And After the FireAnd After the FireA Fierce RadianceLife Magazine A Fierce RadiancePress Play now & be sure to check out Lauren Belfer's novels on Art In Fiction. Lauren Belfer's Website Receive 20% Off ProWritingAid Music Credits Intro: Paganology, performed by The Paul Plimley Trio; composed by Gregg Simpson Ad: Celtic Calypso, performed by Lunar Adventures; composed by Gregg Simpson Subscribe to Art In Fiction to find out about upcoming podcast episodes, blog posts, featured authors, and more. This website contains affiliate links. If you use these links to make a purchase, I may earn a commission. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Are you enjoying The Art In Fiction Podcast? Consider helping us keep the lights on so we can continue bringing you interviews with your favorite arts-inspired novelists. Just $3 buys us a coffee (and we really like coffee) at Ko-Fi. Just click this link: https://ko-fi.com/artinfiction Also, check out the Art In Fiction website at https://www.artinfiction.com where you'll find over 1800 novels inspired by the arts in 10 categories: Architecture, Dance, Decorative Arts, Film, Literature, Music, Textile Arts, Theater, Visual Arts, and Other.

Duration:00:49:53

In Celebration of Two Literary Giants feat. Lynn Cullen, author of Mrs. Poe

1/10/2022
Join me as I chat with Lynn Cullen, author of several novels including Mrs. Poe and Twain's End. Highlights: Twain's EndMrs. PoeThe RavenMrs. PoePress Play now & be sure to check out Lynn Cullen's novels on Art In Fiction. Lynn Cullen's Website Music Credits Intro: Paganology, performed by The Paul Plimley Trio; composed by Gregg Simpson Ad: Celtic Calypso, performed by Lunar Adventures; composed by Gregg Simpson Subscribe to Art In Fiction to find out about upcoming podcast episodes, blog posts, featured authors, and more. This website contains affiliate links. If you use these links to make a purchase, I may earn a commission. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Are you enjoying The Art In Fiction Podcast? Consider helping us keep the lights on so we can continue bringing you interviews with your favorite arts-inspired novelists. Just $3 buys us a coffee (and we really like coffee) at Ko-Fi. Just click this link: https://ko-fi.com/artinfiction Also, check out the Art In Fiction website at https://www.artinfiction.com where you'll find over 1800 novels inspired by the arts in 10 categories: Architecture, Dance, Decorative Arts, Film, Literature, Music, Textile Arts, Theater, Visual Arts, and Other.

Duration:00:33:34

Art for Art's Sake feat. B. A. Shapiro, author of The Art Forger

9/21/2021
Join me as I chat with B. A. Shapiro, the New York Times bestselling author of three fabulous novels featuring visual art: The Art Forger, The Muralist, and The Collector's Apprentice. Highlights: The Collector's ApprenticeThe Collector's ApprenticeThe Collector's ApprenticeThe Collector's ApprenticeThe MuralistThe MuralistThe MuralistThe Art ForgerPress Play now & be sure to check out B. A. Shapiro's novels on Art In Fiction. B. A. Shapiro's Website Receive 20% Off ProWritingAid Music Credits Intro: Paganology, performed by The Paul Plimley Trio; composed by Gregg Simpson Ad: Celtic Calypso, performed by Lunar Adventures; composed by Gregg Simpson Subscribe to Art In Fiction to find out about upcoming podcast episodes, blog posts, featured authors, and more. This website contains affiliate links. If you use these links to make a purchase, I may earn a commission. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Are you enjoying The Art In Fiction Podcast? Consider helping us keep the lights on so we can continue bringing you interviews with your favorite arts-inspired novelists. Just $3 buys us a coffee (and we really like coffee) at Ko-Fi. Just click this link: https://ko-fi.com/artinfiction Also, check out the Art In Fiction website at https://www.artinfiction.com where you'll find over 1800 novels inspired by the arts in 10 categories: Architecture, Dance, Decorative Arts, Film, Literature, Music, Textile Arts, Theater, Visual Arts, and Other.

Duration:00:44:28

Sensation Explosion feat. Alka Joshi, author of The Henna Artist

7/15/2021
Join me as I chat with bestselling novelist Alka Joshi, author of two novels listed on Art In Fiction: The Henna Artist and The Secret Keeper of Jaipur, both set in India in the 1950s and 1960s. Highlights: The Henna ArtistThe Henna ArtistThe Henna Artist The Secret Keeper of JaipurThe Henna ArtistThe Henna ArtistThe Henna ArtistThe Secret Keeper of JaipurThe Henna ArtistPress Play now & be sure to check out Alka Joshi's novels on Art In Fiction. Alka Joshi's Website Get a free audiobook from Audible Music Credits Intro: Paganology, performed by The Paul Plimley Trio; composed by Gregg Simpson Ad: Celtic Calypso, performed by Lunar Adventures; composed by Gregg Simpson Subscribe to Art In Fiction to find out about upcoming podcast episodes, blog posts, featured authors, and more. This website contains affiliate links. If you use these links to make a purchase, I may earn a commission. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Are you enjoying The Art In Fiction Podcast? Consider helping us keep the lights on so we can continue bringing you interviews with your favorite arts-inspired novelists. Just $3 buys us a coffee (and we really like coffee) at Ko-Fi. Just click this link: https://ko-fi.com/artinfiction Also, check out the Art In Fiction website at https://www.artinfiction.com where you'll find over 1800 novels inspired by the arts in 10 categories: Architecture, Dance, Decorative Arts, Film, Literature, Music, Textile Arts, Theater, Visual Arts, and Other.

Duration:00:50:37

Exploring Women in Art feat. Erika Gaffney, creator of the Art Herstory Website

6/17/2021
Join me as I chat with Erika Gaffney, the creator of the ArtHerstory website at www.artherstory.net. Highlights: Press Play now & be sure to check out the Art Herstory website. ArtHerstory Notecards featuring the paintings of female artists are available in museum gift shops in the United States, notably at the National Gallery of Art in Washington, DC and the Joslyn Art Museum in Nebraska. Search for Awesome Art on Saatchi Music Credits Intro: Paganology, performed by The Paul Plimley Trio; composed by Gregg Simpson Ad: Celtic Calypso, performed by Lunar Adventures; composed by Gregg Simpson Subscribe to Art In Fiction to find out about upcoming podcast episodes, blog posts, featured authors, and more. This website contains affiliate links. If you use these links to make a purchase, I may earn a commission. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Are you enjoying The Art In Fiction Podcast? Consider helping us keep the lights on so we can continue bringing you interviews with your favorite arts-inspired novelists. Just $3 buys us a coffee (and we really like coffee) at Ko-Fi. Just click this link: https://ko-fi.com/artinfiction Also, check out the Art In Fiction website at https://www.artinfiction.com where you'll find over 1800 novels inspired by the arts in 10 categories: Architecture, Dance, Decorative Arts, Film, Literature, Music, Textile Arts, Theater, Visual Arts, and Other.

Duration:00:34:02

Digging Deep in the 17th Century feat. Deborah Swift, author of Entertaining Mr Pepys

6/3/2021
Join me as I chat with Deborah Swift, author of four novels listed on Art In Fiction, including The Lady's Slipper and the Women of Pepys' Diaries Series, all set in England in the 17th century. Highlights: The Lady's SlipperThe Lady's SlipperThe Lady's SlipperPress Play now & be sure to check out Deborah Swift's novels on Art In Fiction. Deborah Swift's Website Receive 20% Off ProWritingAid Music Credits Intro: Paganology, performed by The Paul Plimley Trio; composed by Gregg Simpson Ad: Celtic Calypso, performed by Lunar Adventures; composed by Gregg Simpson Subscribe to Art In Fiction to find out about upcoming podcast episodes, blog posts, featured authors, and more. This website contains affiliate links. If you use these links to make a purchase, I may earn a commission. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Are you enjoying The Art In Fiction Podcast? Consider helping us keep the lights on so we can continue bringing you interviews with your favorite arts-inspired novelists. Just $3 buys us a coffee (and we really like coffee) at Ko-Fi. Just click this link: https://ko-fi.com/artinfiction Also, check out the Art In Fiction website at https://www.artinfiction.com where you'll find over 1800 novels inspired by the arts in 10 categories: Architecture, Dance, Decorative Arts, Film, Literature, Music, Textile Arts, Theater, Visual Arts, and Other.

Duration:00:50:15

Still Raising Eyebrows after 150 Years feat. Lilianne Milgrom, author of L'Origine

5/20/2021
Join me as I chat with Lilianne Milgrom, author of L’Origine, an intriguing novel about the creation and history of L’Origine du Monde by Gustave Courbet, one of the world’s most provocative paintings. Highlights: L'Origine du Monde L'Origine du Monde L'OriginePress Play now & be sure to check out L'Origine on Art In Fiction. View L'Origine du Monde at the Musée d'Orsay. A Year of Writing Dangerously: 365 Days of Inspiration and Encouragement by Barbara Abercrombie Lilianne Milgrom's Website Search for Awesome Art on Saatchi Music Credits Intro: Paganology, performed by The Paul Plimley Trio; composed by Gregg Simpson Ad: Celtic Calypso, performed by Lunar Adventures; composed by Gregg Simpson Subscribe to Art In Fiction to find out about upcoming podcast episodes, blog posts, featured authors, and more. This website contains affiliate links. If you use these links to make a purchase, I may earn a commission. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Are you enjoying The Art In Fiction Podcast? Consider helping us keep the lights on so we can continue bringing you interviews with your favorite arts-inspired novelists. Just $3 buys us a coffee (and we really like coffee) at Ko-Fi. Just click this link: https://ko-fi.com/artinfiction Also, check out the Art In Fiction website at https://www.artinfiction.com where you'll find over 1800 novels inspired by the arts in 10 categories: Architecture, Dance, Decorative Arts, Film, Literature, Music, Textile Arts, Theater, Visual Arts, and Other.

Duration:00:41:43

Take Me Back to Paris feat. Alex George, author of The Paris Hours

5/6/2021
Meet Alex George, author of The Paris Hours, a tour de force of a novel told over the course of one day in 1927 about four ordinary people whose stories are as extraordinary as the glorious city they inhabit. Highlights: The Paris HoursThe Paris HoursPress Play now & be sure to check out The Paris Hours on Art In Fiction. Alex George's website Photo Credit: Anastasia Pottinger: Rogue Studios Get 50% off your first digital audiobook on AudiobooksNow.com Music Credits Intro: Paganology, performed by The Paul Plimley Trio; composed by Gregg Simpson Ad: Celtic Calypso, performed by Lunar Adventures; composed by Gregg Simpson Subscribe to Art In Fiction to find out about upcoming podcast episodes, blog posts, featured authors, and more. This website contains affiliate links. If you use these links to make a purchase, I may earn a commission. As an Amazon Associate, I earn from qualifying purchases. Are you enjoying The Art In Fiction Podcast? Consider helping us keep the lights on so we can continue bringing you interviews with your favorite arts-inspired novelists. Just $3 buys us a coffee (and we really like coffee) at Ko-Fi. Just click this link: https://ko-fi.com/artinfiction Also, check out the Art In Fiction website at https://www.artinfiction.com where you'll find over 1800 novels inspired by the arts in 10 categories: Architecture, Dance, Decorative Arts, Film, Literature, Music, Textile Arts, Theater, Visual Arts, and Other.

Duration:00:27:03

Who Is Sofonisba and Why Was She Awesome feat. Donna DiGiuseppe, author of Lady in Ermine

4/22/2021
Meet Donna DiGiuseppe, author of Lady in Ermine, a stunning biographical novel about Renaissance painter Sofonisba Anguissola. Highlights: Lady in Ermine Lives of the Artistsinvenzione"Lady in ErmineLady in ErminePress Play now & be sure to check out Lady in Ermine on Art In Fiction. Donna DiGiuseppe's website and more information about Sofonisba Anguissola: www.sofonisba.net Receive 20% Off ProWritingAid Music Credits Intro: Paganology, performed by The Paul Plimley Trio; composed by Gregg Simpson Ad: Celtic Calypso, performed by Lunar Adventures; composed by Gregg Simpson Subscribe to Art In Fiction to find out about upcoming podcast episodes, blog posts, featured authors, and more. This website contains affiliate links. If you use these links to make a purchase, I may ear Are you enjoying The Art In Fiction Podcast? Consider helping us keep the lights on so we can continue bringing you interviews with your favorite arts-inspired novelists. Just $3 buys us a coffee (and we really like coffee) at Ko-Fi. Just click this link: https://ko-fi.com/artinfiction Also, check out the Art In Fiction website at https://www.artinfiction.com where you'll find over 1800 novels inspired by the arts in 10 categories: Architecture, Dance, Decorative Arts, Film, Literature, Music, Textile Arts, Theater, Visual Arts, and Other.

Duration:00:40:38

The Play's the Thing feat. C. C. Humphreys, author of Shakespeare's Rebel

4/7/2021
In Episode 23, meet C. C. Humphreys, bestselling author of several novels listed on Art In Fiction, including Shakespeare's Rebel, Chasing the Wind, and Vlad: The Last Confession. Highlights: Shakespeare's Rebel:Hamlet Shakespeare's RebelChasing the WindVlad: The Last Confession Tapestry TrilogyPress Play now & be sure to check out C. C. Humphreys's novels on Art In Fiction. C. C. Humphreys's website: http://www.authorchrishumphreys.com/ Get a free audiobook from Audible Music Credits Intro: Paganology, performed by The Paul Plimley Trio; composed by Gregg Simpson Ad: Celtic Calypso, performed by Lunar Adventures; composed by Gregg Simpson. Are you enjoying The Art In Fiction Podcast? Consider helping us keep the lights on so we can continue bringing you interviews with your favorite arts-inspired novelists. Just $3 buys us a coffee (and we really like coffee) at Ko-Fi. Just click this link: https://ko-fi.com/artinfiction Also, check out the Art In Fiction website at https://www.artinfiction.com where you'll find over 1800 novels inspired by the arts in 10 categories: Architecture, Dance, Decorative Arts, Film, Literature, Music, Textile Arts, Theater, Visual Arts, and Other.

Duration:00:36:27

Books, Glorious Books feat. Charlie Lovett, author of Escaping Dreamland

3/24/2021
Welcome to The Art In Fiction Podcast! Meet Charlie Lovett, bestselling author of 5 novels listed on Art In Fiction, including his most recent, Escaping Dreamland. Highlights: Escaping Dreamland - really Escaping Dreamland Escaping Dreamland?Escaping Dreamland: Alice Gold: Girl InventorThe Lost Book of the Grail First Impressions Inside the Writer's StudioPress Play now & be sure to check out Charlie Lovett's novels Escaping Dreamland, The Lost Book of the Grail, First Impressions, The Bookman's Tale, and The Further Adventures of Ebenezer Scrooge, in the Literature category on Art In Fiction. Charlie Lovett's website: https://charlielovett.com/ Inside the Writer's Studio Podcast: https://www.charlielovett.com/podcast/ Are you enjoying The Art In Fiction Podcast? Consider helping us keep the lights on so we can continue bringing you interviews with your favorite arts-inspired novelists. Just $3 buys us a coffee (and we really like coffee) at Ko-Fi. Just click this link: https://ko-fi.com/artinfiction Also, check out the Art In Fiction website at https://www.artinfiction.com where you'll find over 1800 novels inspired by the arts in 10 categories: Architecture, Dance, Decorative Arts, Film, Literature, Music, Textile Arts, Theater, Visual Arts, and Other.

Duration:00:45:49