Ashland Author Keeps On Trucking: "Lullaby Road"
It's true that we do not put a lot of fiction authors on the air; it's just hard to introduce characters and plots on the radio. It's also true that our region is home to several published authors of fiction.
James Anderson of Ashland just saw his second novel published, Lullaby Road. It is another story of Ben Jones, the trucker introduced in Anderson's The Never-Open Desert Diner, which won critical praise.
Ben and his truck find further adventures on lonely Route 117 in the Utah desert. James Anderson visits a second time to talk about his characters and his work. He's joined by actor Cosmé Duarte, who played Ben Jones in a short film.