I will be the guest on Johnny Stir Show, hosted by Jon Easter. (Say his name fast, and you'll understand where the show's name came from).
We will discuss a broad range of topics related to writing and the law as it impacts writers. Check it out.
The show is streamed live at 9 p.m. (EDT) on www.indianatalks.com.
Encore broadcasts occur throughout the week, then the show will be available for listening on the station's archives or download on Itunes.
My show, Stephen Terrell: Just Us, streams live on Tuesday nights at 9 p.m. (EDT) on www.indianatalks.com. This week's guest will be southern Indiana lawyer Derrick Wilson. We will discuss the long, strange and fascinating history of wine, alcohol and Indiana law, including:
- The heck with California and New York, Indiana was the first state to have a winery
- Indiana was the first with a Sunday blue laws prohibiting Sunday sales of liquor (still in effect)
- Why Indiana regulates sale of beer and soft drinks by temperature (the only state to do so)
- The 1920s coalition between the Women's Christian Temperance Union and the Ku Klux Klan in Indiana.