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Writing is hard. Writing well is even harder. That’s where Tips, Tricks, and the Craft of Writing comes in. Join National Bestselling Author Melissa Bourbon from WriterSpark Academy as she explores the craft of writing, the essential elements of a novel, and what it takes to write a great mystery. Conversations with successful published authors give practical information with the intent of helping aspiring and established writers elevate their craft. Take your writing to the next level and i ...
 
The Writer's Sauce is a podcast focused on different gists, hot topics, and issues that concern writing and writers, especially in and from Africa. In today's world where the value of books seems to be thinning and people believe writing is not a "real job", The Writer's Sauce aims to correct that notion.
 
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Our mindsets can often hold us back in life more than we think. Self-doubt, anxiety, imposter syndrome…the list goes on. In this open, honest podcast, bestselling author Kristina Adams, and upcoming author Ellie Betts, share the highs and lows of their writing lives alongside interviews with authors, marketers, and content creators. You’ll finish each episode feeling inspired, uplifted, and ready to get writing. Formerly called The Writer's Cookbook podcast (and still part of The Writer's Co ...
 
The original true crime review podcast that looks at other podcasts, TV, and pop culture. True crime authors and real-life couple Rebecca Lavoie and Kevin Flynn hold a pop-culture round table with noir novelist Toby Ball and journalist-turned-investigator Lara Bricker. The panel chats about other podcasts (including 'Serial') as well as journalism, storytelling, TV shows and films, and the special segment, 'Crime of the Week.'Show website: crimewriterson.com. Follow the show on Twitter @crim ...
 
The Downtown Writers Jam is a one-hour conversation between host Brad King and some of your favorite authors. We have the kind of discussions writers have when our readers aren't around. We're talking life, current events, what shaped who we are, and why we write what we write. So, pull up a chair and pour yourself a drink. The Downtown Writers Jam is a part of the Solid Listen Network. Visit at Patreon.com/SolidListen for more.
 
Welcome to the Wish I'd Known Then podcast. Join authors Jami Albright and Sara Rosett as they interview self published authors about how they found success as well as what they've learned from their missteps. Because being an indie author is about being innovative and creative and learning from your mistakes.
 
The definitive insider's guide to our current golden age of television, Ben Blacker's The Writers Panel is an ever expanding anthology of live convention panels and intimate in-studio interviews with the writers, producers, and show runners responsible for all the shows you can't stop watching. Over the course of nearly 500 episodes and counting, The Writers Panel has sat across from guests such as Vince Gilligan (Breaking Bad), Amy Sherman-Palladino (Gilmore Girls, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel ...
 
Author interviews with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer writers of mystery, suspense, and thriller novels. We also give crime genre LGBTQ book recommendations. There are a bevy of genres of queer fiction, but many readers aren't aware LGBTQ fiction includes outstanding crime writers. If that's you, now you know. Brad Shreve chats with authors to learn who they are as well as touching on their craft. This is the source to add to your list of must read LGBTQ books. Rated by Buzzfe ...
 
CJSW’s monthly foray into literature. Hosted and produced by a student driven collective, Writer’s Block is focused on local events, writers, poets, publishers, while keeping an eye on the bigger literary picture across the country and around the world! Writer’s Block airs at 90.9 on the FM dial in Calgary on the third Wednesday of every month at 8 p.m.
 
The Writers' Block exists to be an encouragement and resource to all writers along their journey! Whether you write as a hobby, if you are a blogger, or you are on your way towards publication, we have something for everyone! Come see us every other Thursday and get your strength back to keep going! And as always, Happy Writing! Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/onthewritersblock/support
 
Are you a writer who loves creating entire worlds right down to a unique currency and made-up language? Or they may create creatures that are nothing like what we find on earth? If so, then this is the podcast for you. The Fantastical Writers Podcast is your home for writing all things wonderfully strange. My name is Cheyanne Murray, and welcome to The Fantastical Writers Podcast.
 
Write-minded: Weekly Inspiration for Writers is currently in its fourth year. We are a weekly podcast for writers craving a unique blend of inspiration and real talk about the ups and downs of the writing life. Hosted by Brooke Warner of She Writes and Grant Faulkner of National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), each theme-focused episode of Write-minded features an interview with a writer, author, or publishing industry professional. This year we’re featuring a Book Trend at the end of each ...
 
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Last week, after two decades in prison, Adnan Syed walked out of a Baltimore courtroom when his conviction for Hae Min Lee’s murder was vacated. Sarah Koenig's new episode 13 of “Serial” may play like an epilogue to Adnan's story, but its creation has sparked new consideration for what the famous podcast got wrong, its ongoing obligation to the sub…
 
How can you adapt your novel into a comic or graphic form? What are the different types? How does a creative career develop over the long term and when do you need to take a step back to consider how to move forward? Barry Nugent talks about all this and more. In the intro, Amazon changes ebook return policy [Society of Authors]; Spotify introduces…
 
Have you entered our Love story flash fiction competition? Well, we're announcing the winner next week, but this week we're giving you a sneek peak of some of the entries for which we've fallen head over heels. They might go on to win or we may read others that we like more as we digest our way through the mountain of entries. Either way, we just t…
 
The British cultural historian and writer speaks to Georgina Godwin. Gavin’s first book is ‘A Home for All Seasons’, published earlier this year to wide acclaim. Part-memoir, part-history, the book recounts how Gavin and his husband Alistair bought a rural English building after falling in love with it at first first. Then Gavin began exploring its…
 
Writers & Company revisits Eleanor Wachtel’s 2012 conversation with one of England’s great novelists, Hilary Mantel, who died on Sept. 22, 2022. She was 70. Mantel was one of the few writers to win the Booker Prize twice — first in 2009 for Wolf Hall, and again in 2012 for its sequel, Bring Up the Bodies. She talked to Eleanor Wachtel about histori…
 
Z. T. Bright is a Writers of the Future winner with his story "The Magic Book of Accidental City Destruction: A Book Wizard’s Guide."He was the winner of the inaugural Mike Resnick Memorial Award and was published in Galaxy’s Edge magazine in 2021. He writes anything speculative, ranging from sci-fi short stories to middle-grade fantasy novels. Wri…
 
SEASON 6 IS HERE BABY!!!! Scott welcomes back return guest and 3-peater, Kendra Beltron (Crushgasm Podcast). They're talking about SNICK, Nickelodeon's Saturday night TV block from the 90s. They both pick two episodes of a SNICK classic show. Kendra picked "Rugrats" and "Clarissa Explains It All." While Scott stuck to his old standbys. "The Adventu…
 
Last week’s Cover Clinic was so much fun, we thought why not continue the good times with a Blurb Clinic! Join the ladies as they discuss what makes a good blurb, what makes a bad blurb, and what you need to make yours better! They’ll also look at their own blurbs as well as those of some volunteer listeners, so you’re going to want to tune in for …
 
If I could choose zero, I would or even give a negative value to Writers Republic. I ordered a book from a young author over a month ago. I understand publishing and that there can be delays, but my friend ordered at the same time and has received her book. Then after two weeks of trying to get a response, they called me and said they had reshipped…
 
Jason welcomes UBC Creative Writing prof & author of the Hillary Gravendyk Prize-winning poetry collection 'The Silk the Moths Ignore' Bronwen Tate for a barely-rescued-from-oblivion confabulation about inefficiency spaces, poetry in the body, red with flesh in it, tender cringe, soggy memories left out in the rain, picking up Squeed on the highway…
 
Welcome to a new episode of THE GHOST WRITERS PODCAST! Mary, Matt, and Somer watch the final movie for Howling Month which is a movie so horrendous that it gave them all strokes. What movie could do such a thing; you ask? None other than 1995's: HOWLING: NEW MOON RISING!
 
Natalie Banks is a Best Selling and Award-Winning author and a previous recipient of The North Carolina Governor's Writing Award. She weaves characters with relatable humanity and stories that touch the heart and soul. She has quickly become a favorite among readers. When not writing, she spends time on the beach in North Carolina with her husband …
 
This week, we talk about two novels about colonialism, both from the point of view of the colonized. First, we are honored to talk with the 2021 winner of the Nobel Prize for Literature, Abdulrazak Gurnah about his novel Afterlives, just published in the United States by Penguin Random House. Then R.F. Kuang tells us about her fantasy/slash/alterna…
 
Matty Dalrymple podcasts, writes, speaks, and consults on the writing craft and the publishing voyage as The Indy Author. She is the host of THE INDY AUTHOR PODCAST and the author of THE INDY AUTHOR’S GUIDE TO PODCASTING FOR AUTHORS. She is also the co-author, along with Mark Leslie Lefebvre, of TAKING THE SHORT TACK: CREATING INCOME AND CONNECTING…
 
We made it to the end of SEASON 5! Our Hiatus is from 9/8-22 to 10/6-22. See y’all soon! --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app--- Send in a voice message: https://anchor.fm/onthewritersblock/messageSupport this podcast: https://anchor.fm/onthewritersblock/support…
 
Beware: we revisit dreadful stories we never found it within ourselves to finish. Cue the screams in the corner! Sneak into the cemetery after midnight and discover Asteria Graves, releasing her very own haunted book, “Written in Bone,” during the 2022 spooky season. Follow her on Facebook, Instagram, or TikTok for more to come. Poke your head arou…
 
UXcel can be described as the DuoLingo of design education. As a complement to traditional degrees and bootcamps, they offer fun and interactive 5-minute design lessons. I chatted with co-founder and CEO Gene Kamenez about the pros and cons of traditional design education, how to teach yourself the skills you need, and how to get into the field of …
 
Ep: 152 Jeffrey Round returns to talk extensively about his writing career plus his work as a model, film maker, musician, and poet. Where does his carefree attitude come from. It was an honor to have him as the last guest on Queer Writers of Crime. Jeffrey's Website: https://jeffreyround.com/ To cover the cost of producing Queer Writers of Crime, …
 
Episode 137 / Helen Scheuerer, bestselling fantasy, joins us this week to talk about writing a series. We also discuss finding breathing room in your career, reaching out to other authors to develop friendships in the writing community, and work/life balance. Intro links: Author Wheel podcast Sara’s Kickstarter Show notes: How Helen learned to love…
 
Author, writer, and producer Rasheed Newson joins Daniel Ford on the show to chat about his debut novel My Government Means to Kill Me. To learn more about Rasheed Newson, visit his official website, like his Facebook page, and follow him on Twitter and Instagram. Writer's Bone is proudly sponsored by Libro.fm, The Thoughtful Bro, Daniel Paisner's …
 
Novelist Antoine Wilson, author of Mouth to Mouth, and Barbara DeMarco-Barrett discuss setting, plotting, creating characters, ironic endings, and more. About Mouth to Mouth, one of Barack Obama's favorite books of 2022, Kirkus said, "A deliciously nasty morality play in the guise of a thriller." Download audio. (Recorded on August 18, 2022) Music …
 
This week kicks off a 6-week craft-minded series, starting with the great A.M. Holmes on characterization. In this episode we talk about dialogue, indirect and direct characterization, character tics, and how to pay attention to your own writing tics and “bad habits.” Homes is a seasoned writer of many books and teaches creative writing at Princeto…
 
“White supremacy makes for terrible readers” says today’s guest Elaine Castillo, arguing that we are all overeducated in a set of fundamentally terrible reading techniques, ones that impoverish us as readers and thinkers, ones that diminish the availability of meaning and meaningfulness in our lives. When Castillo says “read,” and suggests that how…
 
Our journey into the Donna Noble era of Doctor Who gets cooking with her first two proper trips in the TARDIS. First we have a favorite, "The Fires of Pompeii," written by James Moran, and then we have "Planet of the Ood" written by Keith Temple. Moral decisions and fixed points in time! Fun, fun, fun.…
 
Ahead of their appearance at the Bookmarks Festival in Winston-Salem, Charlie and Scott discuss Scott's new novel Suspect, touching on everything from what makes a thriller to rapid character development, creating villains, the American legal system, and more.Από τον Bookmarks
 
There is a myth that people in medieval times didn’t have time for hobbies, and so they also say the same about characters in medieval-inspired settings. I’m debating that today. Mentioned Articles: Medieval Peasants Worked Less And Vacationed More Than Modern Americans ( https://allthatsinteresting.com/medieval-peasants-vacation-more )…
 
Author and journalist Keri Blakinger stopped by the Bunker to talk about her memoir, Corrections in Ink, a fascinating examination of the women's prison system told through the lens of somebody who made it to the other side of incarceration. It's a fantastic book, and one you want to read. Of course, Keri and Brad talked about the rest of her life:…
 
Aerik Francis and Nico Wilkinson, two Colorado-based award-winning poets who performed at the Slamming Bricks poetry slam competition in Grand Junction this month, chat with Avery about the power of poetry in their lives, what thrills them about Grand Junction’s Pride Week and the Slamming Bricks event, and slam poetry as an art form. Aerik is a Qu…
 
Can you find a close community in a low-res program? Emily St. Martin, having met her best friends in her MFA, says absolutely yes. She joins Jared to talk about how her program has helped her craft her memoir-in-progress, the fear and reward of vulnerability in creative nonfiction, and how writing lets us acknowledge and redefine our pasts. Emily …
 
On this week's episode, Erin Gruwell speaks with Krish Sharma, a British student author from our new book, Dear Freedom Writer, and his fabulous Freedom Writer Teacher, Sam Norwood. They discuss Krish's struggles with bullying, how important trust is for victims of bullying, and how parents, teachers, and students alike can protect students from bu…
 
Bruce Miller (creator/showrunner, The Handmaid's Tale), Veronica West (creator/showrunner, Surface; co-creator, High Fidelity), Natalie Chaidez (The Flight Attendant; Queen of the South), and Eric Haywood (Law & Order: Organized Crime; Manifest) discuss what keeps them going, specific shows they've worked on, what makes a room functional, and the b…
 
Ben Okri reads his story “The Secret Source,” from the September 19, 2022, issue of the magazine. Okri is the author of eleven novels, including “The Famished Road,” which won the Booker Prize in 1991, and “The Freedom Artist,” which came out in 2019. His poetry collection “A Fire in My Head: Poems for the Dawn” was published last year.…
 
SORMAG’s Writer’s Café Podcast S8 E11 – Life Of A Writer – Conversations with Olivia Almagro and Steve Bellinger Olivia Almagro The Fortunate Fall https://amzn.to/3QzGSGr Steve Bellinger The Chronocar https://amzn.to/3DmsGhb Host: LaShaunda C. Hoffman http://lashaundahoffman.com Building Online Relationships http://bit.ly/BORLCH This episode’s Spon…
 
In the season finale, the TWSPOD team - the hosts, Ufuoma & Faith, the audio editor, Ayanfe Aina and the promotional content designer, Winner Umeh sit down and reminisce over the last twenty-five episodes of the show and discuss the outlook for the coming season(s). Follow the team on IG: Ayanfeoluwa Aina @ayanfeoluwaaina Winner Umeh @wnrgram Ufuom…
 
Welcome to Episode 119 - How Jamie Ford Writes In this episode, Jamie and I dive into my current favorite topic - writing and reading dystopia. Jamie and I ponder what pulls us into dystopia, and whether or not our generations are more drawn to the genre. We also chop up themes, and how a writer can get to know themselves. We cover a ton of ground …
 
Francelia Belton’s love of short stories came from watching old Twilight Zone and Alfred Hitchcock Presents television shows in her youth. Her fiction has appeared in various publications, including "Dreaming of Ella" in Denver Noir by Akashic Books, and most recently, "Red Riding in the Hood" in Bizarre Bazaar by Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers. Fr…
 
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