If you’re a participant in Utah Lit, The Salt Lake Tribune’s online book club, have you nearly finished reading "Train?"
Utah Lit’s April selection by author/journalist Tom Zoellner will be featured Sunday at sltrib.com and in the newspaper’s print edition in advance of a Trib Talk discussion about the book April 25 at 12:15 p.m.
Zoellner, a former Salt Lake Tribune reporter, was in Salt Lake City last month to speak at the Society of Professional Journalists Region 9 Conference and for a reading at the King’s English Bookshop.
During that visit, I had an opportunity to do this video interview.
Perhaps it will provide a few insights or raise a few questions as you finish reading "Train" and prepare to discuss the book.
Meanwhile, this blog post about Zoellner’s SPJ address includes more information about his work and approach to writing.
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