January 14, 2021


Julie discusses her debut Waiting for the Night Song, why she loosely based the plot line on a cherished children’s book, choosing New Hampshire for the book’s setting, the importance and urgency of climate fiction, how every region of our planet is interconnected, and much more.

Waiting for the Night Song can be purchased at Murder by the Book. 

Julie’s 4 recommended reads are:

  1. The Kindest Lie by Nancy Johnson
  2. The Lost Apothecary by Sarah Penner
  3. Hades, Argentina by Daniel Loedel
  4. Wild Women and the Blues by Denny S. Bryce


Interested in the Conversations from a Page online event with Julie Carrick Dalton and Nancy Johnson? Find more information here.   

Thanks to Densie Webb for sponsoring this episode. Her novel When Robins Appear can be purchased here.

If you enjoy literary fiction and want to listen to more episodes like this one, try Liese O'Halloran Schwarz, Sarah McCraw Crow, and Ava Homa.

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