Surviving Jersey with Scott Loring Sanders

On the Why We Write podcast: Sanders speaks about murder and mayhem in his home state, the advice he gives to young writers, and going on a police ride along for his upcoming novel.

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Scott Loring Sanders is the author of "Surviving Jersey: Danger and Insanity in the Garden State," a collection of personal essays on growing up in New Jersey and life beyond the state. In this interview, Sanders speaks with Lesley University Director of Communications John Sullivan about murder and mayhem in his home state, the advice he gives to young writers, and going on a police ride along for his upcoming novel.

Sanders teaches creative writing to Lesley University undergraduates. In addition to "Surviving Jersey," he is the author of two novels and a book of short stories. He has published a variety of short stories and essays in magazines and journals ranging in scope from North American Review to Ellery Queen Mystery Magazine to Creative Nonfiction to Brevity.

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