Episode 07—Ann Bodle-Nash

Ann Bodle-Nash lives on a tiny island in northwest Washington State, where for the past couple of years she has been working on earning an MFA in Creative Writing through Pacific Lutheran University's Low-Residency MFA program

Life has thrown Ann and her family a couple of curve balls over the past year or so, but through it all she fallen back on fishing and writing as a way to get through it all. 

Her work has been published at SharkReef.org, indieitpress.com, and The Dun Magazine.

Don't forget to join us on January 25th, at Patagonia Ballard, for a special edition of Writers on the Fly, featuring Dylan Tomine, Steve Duda, and Jeff Galbraith. 

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Music: Molly Molly by Blue Dot Sessions, from Free Music Archive under CC BY-NC 4.0

Episode 01—Dylan Tomine, Part One

Dylan Tomine is "a writer, conservation advocate, blueberry farmer, and father, not necessarily in that order." His work has been published in The Flyfish Journal, The Drake, and other fly fishing publications. In 2012, Patagonia Books published Dylan's first book, Closer to the Ground: An outdoor family's year on the water, in the woods and at the table. In his forward to the book, Thomas McGuane wrote, "This author is leading by example, and the quiet message is to learn to live with the things that really matter, the eternal things about the earth, and about each other." 

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Music: Let's Start at the Beginning by Lee Rosevere, from Free Music Archive under CC BY 4.0