23 February 2011
Michael David Lukas on Woman-Stirred Radio
Tomorrow, February 24th at 4:15 (eastern) on Woman-Stirred Radio, Merry Gangemi welcomes Michael David Lukas to a conversation about his debut novel, The Oracle of Stamboul. The novel tells the story of Eleonora Cohen, an amazingly intelligent and sophistocated orphan who, at eight-years-old, grew to become a close confident and advisor the Ottoman sulton and whose intellectual and personal relationtionship with him changed the course of history.
Click HERE to read an excerpt.
Michael David Lucas has been a Fullbright Scholar in Turkey, a night-shift proofreader in Tel Aviv, and a waiter at the Bread Loaf Writer's Conference in Vermont! He is a graduate of Brown University and the Uniersity of Maryland. His work can be found in National Geographic Traveler, Georgia Review, among others, and has awarded several fellowships as well as a grant from the National Endowment for the Arts.
So tune in locally WGDR Plainfield at 91.1fm, WGDR Hardwick at 91.7 or stream us live at WGDR.org.