Recent Past Events


Allison Hosier, an Associate Librarian in the Information Literacy Department at the University at Albany, interviewed June about the role of research in her creative writing. A driving question to June is the extent that research and creativity interact. Following the interview, June was invited to participate in the formal study, likely to begin next year.

June has been a frequent guest on Chat and Spin Radio, a 24-7 radio program out of the UK. This time, June told her audience about THE DEADLIEST SPORT, her Miriam bat Isaac novel about intrigue among gladiators in Roman-occupied Alexandria.

The 4th annual Albany Book Festival presented by the NYS Writers Institute at the University at Albany.

People stopped by for the chance to win great prizes, enjoy the art of story-telling, and support some future best-selling authors. ​

The town is important for three reasons: It is the home of Chat and Spin Radio, an internet station of music and interviews; it is the ancestral home of George Washington; and you can listen live at 3:40 PM EDT on Tuesday, August 31 to Ron Clark interviewing June about the Miriam bat Isaac Mystery Series. Just click here.

June has been a frequent guest on Chat and Spin Radio, a 24-7 radio and podcast program out of the UK. In addition to music favorites, listeners can hear artists and authors discuss their latest work. June told her audience about her upcoming book of short stories, The Deadliest Deceptions, set in first-century CE Roman Alexandria. Just click here to listen to the podcast: