Ep. 57: Julie Clark, Author of the Last Flight

This week, I’m excited to share an interview with Julie Clark we recorded last month. We discussed her new book, The Last Flight, life as an author during quarantine, her writing journey, and much more.

In a starred review, Kirkus called The Last Flight, “A tense and engaging womancentric thriller…Propulsive prose drives Clark’s tale of the intersecting lives of these two smart and resourceful women, and emphasis is placed on the importance of female friendship and support. Readers will surely find themselves hopelessly invested in Claire’s and Eva’s ultimate fates.”

Born and raised in Santa Monica, CA, Julie Clark grew up reading books on the beach while everyone else surfed. After attending college at University of the Pacific and a brief stint working in the athletic department at the University of California, Berkeley, she returned home to Santa Monica to teach. She now lives there with her two young sons and a golden doodle with poor impulse control. She is the author of The Ones We Choose and her new book is The Last Flight.

You can also listen on iTunes or wherever you get your podcasts.

Books Mentioned On This Episode:

The Ones We Choose

The Last Flight

Long Great River 

Oona Out of Order

Pretty Things

Goodnight Beautiful

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Happy Reading and Listening!

Laura Szaro Kopinski



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