CREATE Podcast Sneak Peak: Ronlyn Domingue and the Short Story That Wanted to Be a Book

When asked to create a podcast for Unity Arts Ministry, my initial answer was clear: Nope; no way; not gonna happen; thanks, but no thanks. I’m a writer, not a speaker. However, in my twenty plus years of interviewing folks for magazines and newspapers across the globe, I have grown more fond of the conversations than the write-ups. After some journaling, meditating, and a little eye rolling, I’ve decided to give it a try! After all, I deeply believe creativity is our birthright and that pushing past the discomfort and insecurity of new experiences allows us to grow spiritually.

I am honored and excited to bring you a sneak peak of Create: a podcast about the ebb & flow of creative living. In this episode, Ronlyn Domingue and the Short Story That Wanted to Be a Book, author Ronlyn Domingue opens up about answering the call to write her first novel and navigating the world of publishing.

I hope you enjoy listening!

All happy thoughts,
Melissa

Ronlyn Domingue is the internationally published author of The Mercy of Thin Air and the Keeper of Tales Trilogy—The Mapmaker’s War, The Chronicle of Secret Riven, and The Plague Diaries. Her essays and short stories have appeared in several print and online publications, including New England Review, Shambhala Sun, and The Nervous Breakdown. Connect with her on RonlynDomingue.com, Facebook, and Twitter.


Host Melissa Goslin is a freelance writer living in Louisiana. She has an MFA in creative writing from Louisiana State University and an MPhil in Screen Media from University of Cambridge. Her columns and articles have appeared in magazines around the globe.

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