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I’ve been interviewed again

Posted by on Mar 9, 2011 in blog links, personal | 4 comments

I’ve been interviewed again

Dan at “The Ekklesia in Southern Maine” has posted an audio interview that we did together in a post called “Alan Knox: Conversations w/ Friends.”

We primarily talked about blogging. He asked me about starting my blog and my writing schedule, etc.

My favorite part was talking about online relationships and connecting people together online.

Finally, we do talk a little about ecclesiology and missional living.

You’ll also learn a little more about the history of our relationship, and you get to hear my Southern accent.


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  1. 3-9-2011

    Interesting interview. Enjoyed hearing what you have to share about blogging.

  2. 3-9-2011

    Guy,

    Thanks. I’d love to hear your thoughts on blogging also. Yours is one of only a few blogs that have been consistent the whole time I’ve been blogging.

    -Alan

  3. 3-15-2011

    Writing is challenging for most of us, and that is certainly the case with me.

    I am presently reading Writing Without Teachers by Peter Elbow, published by Oxford University Press. A helpful summary of the book is at http://myweb.wvnet.edu/~jelkins/writeshop/writeshop/elbow.html . I am planning to try his methodology – if anyone here has already done so, what do you think? This is not just another ‘pulp’ book on writing; Elbow is an academic with a serious interest in the subject.

    Perhaps, Alan, you have already read and applied the book, and that is why you can say “I find writing to be easy”!

  4. 3-15-2011

    Harper,

    I’m not familiar with that book. But, I’ll look over the summary.

    -Alan