Naomi Gladish Smith

Talking the Talk


Check out Joanna Kurowska's interview with me in the autumn of 2016 on her blog at: joanna-kurowska.com. Joanna is a poet published in the U.S., Poland, and England.

The interview was fun to do and I think you'll find it interesting to read.






YOU CAN ALSO DOWNLOAD MY RADIO INTERVIEW WITH PARKER J. COLE AND HEAR US TALK ABOUT V AS IN VICTOR, WRITING MEMOIR, AND WRITING IN GENERAL.
THE LINK YOU GO TO IS: http:/​/​tobtr.com/​8347157





AND FINALLY,
Some time ago the Glenview television channel aired an interview with me on their program, "Off The Shelf".

In the interview we discuss the writing life and chat about my three novels that take place in the afterlife. We also talk about the memoir of my father, V as in Victor.

You can watch the interview using the following link:


https:/​/​www.youtube.com/​watch?v=S8xBbnZacm4

Selected Works

Non-Fiction
This memoir of a man who sought to live his live according to his beliefs, is a story of the nineteen thirties and forties and gives a vivid description of what life was like on the homefront in both America and England during World War II. Though it takes place in a bygone era, the questions it raises about how to live a life and about perseverance in the face of despair are timeless.
Fiction
The novel, the third in this series about people in the afterlife, invites the reader to come with a group of 'students' on a journey that will end either in heaven - or what we would call hell, but they will call home.
The Wanderers visits a world beyond this one, where a group of travelers discover that the decisions made while on earth have more consequences than they could ever have imagined.
Dramatizes the afterlife in a way that will have the reader thinking about it for a long time after finishing the story.
"Sobering, provocative and thoroughly entertaining."
--Barbara Shoup, author of Faithful Women
The writer muses on the death of her elderly parents.