The Newbie Writers’ Podcast
Special Guest: Kristal McKerrington
We were meant to also have Joe E Legend on as well, but he was unfortunately ill. Don’t despair, we’ll have both of them on 1st of August.
Kristal McKerrington is from Scotland, UK. She has a love for Scotland and for Vikings. Kristal has been a professionally published author since 2010. She writes Erotica, Young Adult, Wrestling Erotica, Wrestling Romance and much much more.
She’s represented by Barone Literary Agency. She’s the former writer for Bishop-Lyons Entertainment. She is the former writer also with Calling Spots Magazine. She writes for Reem Vision. She works with her co-author Joe E Legend on a line of books, which started in 2013.
She’s been a professionally published author since 2010. She’s a former writer for Calling Spots magazine. She created and wrote on Romance and The Wrestler for Bishop-Lyons Entertainment. She’s represented by Barone Literacy Agency. She’s been a best selling author for XoXo Publishing. She’s appeared on TMZ a few times and writes with Reem Vision.
Catharine is at her son’s wedding. If you were to write up vows for your own relationship today – what would they be? Love, honor and take out the damn garbage already? A clause excluding attendance of the ballet, opera and modern art galleries? A promise to camp out at least one Burning Man? What kinds of activities did you wish you had covered from Day one?
Poem of the Week:
To A Frustrated Poet
This is to say
You wish you were in the woods,
Living the poet life,
Not here at a formica topped table
In a meeting about perceived inequalities in the benefits and allowances
employees of this college,
And I too wish you were in the woods,
Because it’s no fun having a frustrated poet
In the Dept. of Human Resources, believe me.
In the poems of yours that I’ve read, you seem ever intelligent and decent and patient in a way
Not evident to us in this office,
And so, knowing how poets can make a feast out of trouble,
Raising flowers in a bed of drunkenness, divorce, despair,
I give you this check representing two weeks’ wages
And ask you to clean out your desk today
And go home
And write a poem
With a real frog in it
And plums from the refrigerator,
So sweet and so cold.
I was overwhelmed by the information they was giving out to the public in such large amounts; which made it hard to determine what was going on when very little facts was giving in the interview.
Shout out to Catharine’s Son Michael and his new bride Leah. I’m sure they are changing their Facebook status as we speak.