Dale Bridges & Nick Jaina

Please join us Wednesday for another wonderful show with our guest this week: short story writer Dale Bridges.

We broadcast Writing on the Air every Wednesday from 6-7pm Central Texas Time on 91.7 FM KOOP. You can also stream our show live by clicking on the mini player at the top of our page KOOP.org.

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Dale Bridges is a fiction writer, essayist, and freelance journalist. His writing has been featured in more than thirty publications, including The Rumpus, The Masters Review, and Barrelhouse Magazine. For several years, Dale was the A&E editor at an alternative newspaper called Boulder Weekly, where he wrote an award-winning humor column titled “That’s Irrelevant.” He has also won awards from the Society of Professional Journalists for his feature writing, narrative nonfiction, and cultural criticism. He has been nominated for a Pushcart Prize on several occasions, and his writing was selected for inclusion in Sundress Publications’ Best of the Net 2012. His debut short story collection, Justice, Inc., was published in 2014 by Monkey Puzzle Press. He lives in Austin with his wife and cat. He is currently working on his first novel.

Learn more about Dale & about his work, by visiting the following websites:

His Personal site: DaleBridges.org
Amazon: Amazon.com
Book Trailer: BookReels.com

Nick Jaina is a writer and musician who splits his time between New Orleans, Portland, and New York. His new non-fiction book Get It While You Can is a celebration of the weirdness of music and an unearthing of all the miracles of the world that are often too subtle to talk about. It is out now on Perfect Day Publishing. More information at NickJaina.com.