- Traveling tales of two writers meeting writers
- George & Salli’s excellent adventure
Salli Slaughter & George H. Mason’s story about traveling for years around the globe, meeting and interviewing some of our most successful writers; poets; screenwriters; journalists and a songwriter has been a study in following our passion as story tellers.
We interview authors who write because they breathe, who make their living at writing, and who are passionate about the act of writing.
The goal on their journey is to interview many talented authors and others involved in the writing world (publishers, agents, editors, etc.). These interviews, “for other lovers of the written and spoken word,” will be shared.
We know writers by their body of work, the impact they’ve made,
or their awards and reputations. But we know little about why writers write, how they write, and what they see as the future of this art.
A journey of discovery as a writer, artist, traveler and documentarian.
We know writers by their work, their impact, or their awards and reputations – but we know little about why writers write, how they write, and what they see as the future of this art.
George Hampton Mason has taught writing, language arts, and public communications in schools; jails; colleges, and have written and published books and numerous articles.
George said that for him, his goals in life are summed up in the quote by Greek writer Nikos Kazantzakis. “For this was my greatest ambition, to leave nothing for death to take, nothing but a few bones.”
“To be alive is to undue your belt and look for trouble,”
Salli added. “To be too stupid to know you can’t do something and do it.”