On WBOC's "Travels with Charlie," Ann Foley tells about moving to Elliott Island, her books, and her newest release, Holland Island. Traveling to the interview in Foley's home office, Charlie Paparella's camera captures the beauty of Elliott Island.
Author Andy Nunez interviews A. M. Foley on channel PAC-14's "Write Stuff." Among other things, they discuss the importance of saving historical stories and the value of groups such as the Writers Bloc of the Eastern Shore, which produces this television series. At the director's invitation, Grace O'Malley joins the conversation.
Professor Gianni Hayes interviews A. M. Foley on channel PAC-14's "Write Stuff, Episode 2."They discuss the Elliott's Island; Land That Time Forgot and writing in general. It gets in depth of A.M. Foley's career.
Ann was a guest on the podcast "So, What's Your Story?", conducted at the publishing house Salt Water Media in Berlin, MD. She compares notes on current projects and on her former life as a freelance journalist with Sophie Kerr Prize-winner Stephanie Fowler, author of Crossings, and with author/journalist Tony Russo, who brought us Eastern Shore Beer and Delaware Beer. Along with many interesting podcasts, this episode is online at www.SaltWaterMedia.com. Future shows can be heard live on Maryland Public Radio.