Edward Hannibal: A Short Talk on Writing Long

Today we present “A short talk on writing long” by the late novelist, poet and ad-man Ed Hannibal. 

The talk was recorded at Canios Books, Sag Harbor, in April, 2014.

Ed Hannibal talked about his writing process and he read from Chocalate Days Popsicle Weeks published in 1971 by Houghton Mifflin Harcourt, A Trace of Red, published by iUniverse in 2013,  a work in progress, and one of the series of "Feral Cat Poems" that appeared in the East Hampton Star.

Canio’s Maryann Calendrille introduces Ed Hannibal:

Listen here:

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