HUSH Library Podcast #75 – Sandra Moran

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In this episode, our guest is novelist Sandra Moran, a native of Dover, Kansas. Moran is the author of the novels Letters Never Sent, Nudge, and All We Lack. Our library hosted Moran on June 18th, 2015 from 7-8:30 pm, for a presentation on the History of Lesbian Literature followed by a book signing. Guest host Miranda Ericsson joins us for this lively and enlightening conversation on gender roles, writing in Kansas, and more.

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Show Notes

sandra moran smallSandra Moran is an author and assistant adjunct professor of anthropology at Johnson County Community College in Overland Park, Kansas.

A native Kansan, she has worked professionally as a newspaper journalist, a political speech writer, and an archaeological tour manager. In her novels, she strives to create flawed characters struggling to find themselves within the cultural constructs of gender, religion and sexuality.

Her novels, Letters Never Sent, NUDGE, The Addendum (a companion piece to NUDGE), and All We Lack are available at Amazon.comBarnes &, and at the Bedazzled Book Peddler.


Recommended Reads

Letters Never Sent


All We Lack

A Net Full of Hope, by Annette Billings

Secrets of the Tsil Cafe, by Thomas Fox Averill

Thanks for listening!

If you enjoyed this episode of HUSH, find some of our other episiodes including fan favorites like Best Books of 2014True Grit/Big Read, Confessions of a Smut Reader, and Kansas Notable Books.

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Miranda is your Readers Librarian. She loves to talk books, and to connect readers with their next great reads. Her favorite reads are poetry, literary fiction, and speculative science fiction, and she's passionate about promoting literature written by Kansas authors. She works with library programs that support and engage writers in our community, so ask her for more information about the Local Writers Workshop and Great Writers Right Here author fair. Miranda also facilitates TALK book discussions, co-leads the BookBites book discussion group, and serves as a member of the library's Top City Reads Together team.