47 thoughts on “Author interview no.409 with writer Marta Merajver-Kurlat

  1. Raani York says:

    This is a great interview with Marta Merajver-Kurlat who happens to be connected to me on most of my social network. She’s a great writer and person and I truly enjoyed this detailed interview with her you gave me the opportunity to! Thank you very much!

    I as well read some of your other interviews and enjoyed them equally. You’re having a truly inspiring and in many ways helpful blog worth reading and I’m now one of your followers!


  2. Micki Peluso says:

    Morgen and Marta,
    This was a fabulous interview–one of the best I’ve read. Marta I admire your diversity as a writer and envy your knowledge of five languages. I have enough trouble with English :). Good luck in all your future endeavors. Morgen, You did an excellent interview with this multi-talented guest.


  3. extraordinaryireland says:

    Congratulations Marta and Morgen. This was a superb interview. I have had only a few radio interviews and know a great interviewer makes everything flow so smooth. Marta is such an interesting guest-Thank you for sharing.
    Rosemary “Mamie” Adkins
    Extraordinary Dreams of an Ireland Traveler


  4. Bryan Clark says:

    Hello Morgen,
    Thank you for conducting such an outstanding interview with Marta. A lot of ground was certainly covered here and writers from novice to long standing professionals will find the insights and perspectives discussed of imense value. I would love to see a Part II to this interview in the future.


  5. jorge roca says:

    I was a student of English Language in Marta’s classes before the Big Bang came to pass.

    does it give or delete a notion of time?

    to me, in spite of Hawking, there was a before and after.

    because we are people and, as such, finite. And encounters do change the course of our lives.

    I should cherish the like of another clash.

    (congrats Morgen on your astronomic interview!)


  6. patgarcia says:

    Hi Morgen,
    The interview with Marta is a highlight. Having the chance to work with her in two LinkedIn groups,it was a joy to hear her points of view and to learn a little bit more about her. So many of her views are similar to what I think and it was nice hearing that I am not the only one who think so.
    Thanks for such an informative interview about a wonderful and fascinating person.


  7. James Roth says:

    I often don’t care for interviews. This one is certainly an exception. It was a learned conversation on writing between two writers with a lot worthwhile to say. Thanks for the excellent work.


  8. Federico Grinberg says:

    I had Marta as my English teacher some years ago and I will always treasure our talks about literature, movies and life.
    I enjoyed a lot getting to know a bit more of the “behind the scenes” of her writing process. Great interview!


  9. martin says:

    “Los gloriosos sesenta y después” is one of my favourite novels. My guess is that Marta´s multiple talents and interests are partly responsible for the unique depth of the characters and the social fabric constructed in her writings.
    I loved this interview. Thank you…


  10. Norma Benesdra says:

    Warm thanks and congratulations to you, dearest Marta, my lifelong friend whose sensitive-sensible honest writing has always delighted me and is now fortunately delighting so many others! My thanks to you, Morgen, for bringing her still closer to my heart and letting her show her many pure talents to so many nice people. I learn from you both and from all the others as well!


  11. Barbara Buchbinder says:

    What a great interview! I really enjoyed reading it and getting to know more about her creative process and other aspect of her professional life, besides of all the literature and history she teaches me.
    I cherish her both as a teacher and as a person.


  12. kathleenjanzanderson says:

    A great interview Morgen. I’ve heard and read other interviews with Marta, and am always riveted to her words, and the road she’s taken to be where she is today.I read her fabulous book Just Toss The Ashes, and am looking forward to reading the rest of her books. How to Live with Men and Survive? Sounds interesting to me.


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