Our own Kelly Jean is thrilled to be back at Fairleigh Dickinson’s summer writing residency working with faculty, students, and alums of FDU’s MFA in Creative Writing program. No, YOU Tell It! “Schooled” is this Sunday, August 5th, featuring “switched-up” storytellers: Andrew Condouris, Eliot Schrefer, and Tiffany L. Berryman.

SPECIAL SHOUT OUT to FDU and NYTI alum & friend, Timmy Waldron, who has a new short-story collection. Learn more about Stories for People Who Watch TV at https://www.newmeridianarts.com/stories-for-people-who-watch-tv and click here to grab a copy!

In Stories for People Who Watch TV, from start to finish, Timmy Waldron deals deftly with the characters of his generation:  the mischief they get up to, their jobs, their coworkers, their new suits, the bars, their parents, their husbands and wives, their dependence on technology and the credit-card grifters, the physical and spiritual fights with one another and themselves.  Waldron’s fictional portrait – as befits a master craftsman – is so impeccable one begins to fear that it is real, and maybe it is – regardless, the reader will continue breathlessly turning pages.  Stories for People Who Watch TV is not to be missed.  Waldron is a writer who delivers!

-Thomas E. Kennedy, author of the Copenhagen Quartet (www.CopenhagenQuartet.com)

Want to HEAR some of Timmy’s work today? Click here listen to him switch up his story in Episode 2 of our podcast.