Podcast: Listen to Elizabeth Crook Discuss Her Novel Monday, Monday
Austin, Texas author Elizabeth Crook discussed her novel Monday, Monday, live on KAZI Book Review on Sunday, June 8. In the interview Crook discussed why she used the tragic shootings that killed 17 people at The University of Texas at Austin in 1966 as the basis of her novel.
Elizabeth has written for periodicals such as Texas Monthly and the Southwestern Historical Quarterly and has served on the council of the Texas Institute of Letters. She is a member of Western Writers of America and The Texas Philosophical Society, and was selected the honored writer for 2006 Texas Writers’ Month. Her first novel, The Raven’s Bride, was the 2006 Texas Reads: One Book One Texas selection. The Night Journal was awarded the 2007 Spur award for Best Long Novel of the West and the 2007 Willa Literary Award for Historical Fiction. To listen to the interview click here: