Authors Between the Covers: What It Takes to Write Your Heart Out

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August 12 2022

Authors Between the Covers: What It Takes to Write Your Heart Out
Authors Between the Covers: What It Takes to Write Your Heart Out
Today on Authors Between the Covers: Meet award-winning teacher and author Phillip Done and learn about his new book, "The Art of Teaching Children"
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A Note from Hope Katz Gibbs, founder, InkandescentRadio.com: Hello and welcome to this month’s episode of the Authors Between the Covers show on the Inkandescent Radio Network. I’m Hope Katz Gibbs, host of the show and creator of the Inkandescent PR + Publishing Co., thrilled to be here with the amazing award-winning teacher and author Phillip Done!

Phil is coming to us from Budapest, Hungary, and I know that you will enjoy today’s podcast interview, where he’ll share insights into his international travels and new book, The Art of Teaching Children, on sale July 26, 2022.

First, I must tell the audience that I have been a huge fan of Phil’s since he published 32 First Graders and One Class Bunny. My kids were in elementary school then, and I was the communications director of the City of Fairfax Schools in Northern VA. I remember reading the book in one sitting – laughing hysterically and alternatively crying at his poignant essays. 

Today, we talk about that book, his career, Phil’s well-deserved awards, and most importantly, his newest title, The Art of Teaching Children.

You’ll learn:

About The Art of Teaching Children: An essential guide for teachers and parents that’s destined to become a classic, The Art of Teaching Children is one of those rare and masterful books that not only defines a craft but offers a magical reading experience. Read More

Your Host: Journalist, author, and wine appreciator Hope Katz Gibbs

About the show: In “Authors Between The Covers,” we get the skinny from the professional writers who have made their dreams come true of publishing their books. Is it the fantasy they hoped it would be? For some, yes. For others, the reality of book publishing is an eye-opener that can be downright depressing. Always, it’s fascinating to hear their stories. Don’t miss it!

Learn more: To read about the dozens of authors we’ve profiled in BeInkandescent magazine, check out our Books of the Month.

Tune in every Thursday, for another episode of “Authors Between the Covers.”

Previous Episodes
Tuesday, March 1st, 2022

Celebrate International Women’s Month with the “Authors Between the Covers” show: Meet Olivia Campbell and learn about “Women in White Coats: How the first women doctors changed the world of medicine”

A Note from Hope Katz Gibbs, producer and founder, Inkandescent Radio — What an honor it is to interview Olivia Campbell, a journalist and author specializing in medicine and women. Her work has appeared in The Guardian, The Washington Post, New York Magazine, The Cut, and many others.  Her new book is Women in White Coats: How the First Women Doctors Changed the World of Medicine. It is featured in the March 2022 issue of The Costco Connection. I have been writing for this monthly magazine sinceClick here to listen to the podcast!

Tuesday, February 1st, 2022

Always a Song: Meet Ellen Harper and Sam Barry — authors of the story of folk music revival

A Note from Hope Katz Gibbs, producer, Inkandescent Radio — What an honor it is to feature this new book by Ellen Harper and Sam Barry, entitled: Always a Song: Singers, Songwriters, Sinners & Saints. A collection of stories from Ellen, a singer, and songwriter, who is the folk matriarch and mother to the Grammy-winning musician Ben Harper. Ellen shares vivid memories of growing up in Los Angeles through the 1960s among famous and small-town musicians raising Ben (pictured below) and the historicClick here to listen to the podcast!

Tuesday, January 18th, 2022

The January 2022 Inkandescent Publishing Spotlight is on: Stephen and Jim Gilliland, author of “Pushing Up: What 12 Months of Physical Challenges Taught Two Brothers About Connection, Leadership, and Purpose”

A Note from Hope Katz Gibbs, creator, Inkandescent PR + Publishing Co. — I am thrilled to host an Inkandescent interview on Sunday, Jan. 16 with authors Stephen Gilliland, a professor at Claremont Graduate University, and his brother Jim Gilliland. They have a big goal, a giant job, and a determination to keep the premise of their new book simple. “We promise to each other to do at least one exercise activity every day. It doesn’t matter if you areClick here to listen to the podcast!

Thursday, November 18th, 2021

Next on our “Authors Between the Covers” show: Bestselling Author Caroline Leavitt tells us about the last 10 years of her successful career since she published, “Pictures of You”

A Note from Hope Katz Gibbs, executive producer and host, Inkandescent Radio — On today’s episode of Authors Between the Covers, you’ll meet New York Times bestselling author Caroline Leavitt, a phenom in the book publishing world. We know you’ll love meeting her as much as we love knowing this truly amazing woman! Backstory: I met Caroline a decade ago when I was hired by the magazine I write for, The Costco Connection, to interview her. She had just steppedClick here to listen to the podcast!

Monday, November 1st, 2021

“It’s all about the harmonica,” insists musician, author, and all-around funnyman Sam Barry

Our spotlight is on: Author, musician, and all-around funnyman Sam Barry. Our hot topic: Why it’s important to write that book already! And how to keep your sense of humor—even when the proverbial poop is hitting the fan. Your host: Hope Katz Gibbs, publisher of Be Inkandescent magazine, and founder & president of The Inkandescent Group, LLC Click here to listen to the podcast. On the “I Got the Music In Me” radio show, we give voice to songbirds, andClick here to listen to the podcast!

Tuesday, June 1st, 2021

Happy 75th anniversary to Highlights for Children: If you read this magazine as a kid, check out the publication today!

A Note from Hope Katz Gibbs, creator, Inkandescent Radio —Happy 75th anniversary to Highlights for Children, the wonderfully engaging magazine that you likely read as a kid and probably have shared with your own children and grandchildren! This month, we had the privilege of interviewing Christine Cully, Editor-in-Chief and Chief Purpose Officer of Highlights, who talked with us about the history of this fantastic publication that has touched millions of children. Please scroll down to read our Q&A, and be sure to watch ourClick here to listen to the podcast!

Wednesday, May 22nd, 2019

In "Tangerine," author Christine Mangan Takes Us on a Tantalizing Trip to Tangier

Hello and welcome to the Inkandescent Radio show, “Authors Between the Covers.” I’m your host, the founder of the Inkandescent Radio Network, Hope Katz Gibbs. I’m thrilled to be here today with Christine Mangan, author of Tangerine, the Hitchcockian tale of Alice Shipley and Lucy Mason — college roommates who reconnect in the Moroccan city of Tangier, 1956. Drama and intrigue ensue, and indeed this page-turner is incredibly hard to put down. In the last six months, “Tangerine” has gottenClick here to listen to the podcast!

Monday, April 23rd, 2018

Hope Katz Gibbs is featured on Tyler Wagner's "Business Blast" show

It was an honor and privilege to be interviewed today by Tyler Wagner, Head Honcho @ Authorsunite.com, for his podcast show, The Business Blast. Be sure to listen to our chat by downloading the podcast now! Scroll down for a transcript of our interview. Tyler: What’s the best story from your life that has an underlying, valuable message? Hope: Oh, there are so many to choose from … my dad was a bookie, I got left at the alter, whenClick here to listen to the podcast!

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