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WritersCast is the voice of writers. Host David Wilk interviews authors of new and forthcoming fiction, poetry and non-fiction books, talking with them about their work as writers, the stories they tell, the subjects they write about and the books they write. Writers reveal the thoughts and ideas behind their writing, and talk about a wide variety of topics of interest to their readers.
 
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 400 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 ...
 
Jeff Blair. Stephen Brunt. Richard Deitsch. As long-time journalists they’ve all experienced writer’s block, but they never run out of things to say! Opinions, insight and analysis from three of the smartest sports observers in the country. Writers Bloc… sharp takes, not hot takes.
 
CJSW’s monthly foray into literature. Hosted and produced by Dymphny Dronyk and sound engineered by Cody Dronyk, 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 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 @cri ...
 
FWF is building a community of feminist writers, readers, speakers and leaders, who are united in their goal to end gender inequality through the power of storytelling and conversation. Through our events, podcasts, publishing and facilitation, we connect audiences and experts to come together in solidarity, to share their stories and enhance their capacities to contribute to the cause.
 
Stories turn songs into symphonies, events into memories, and lives into legends. In our crowded world, “knowing your story” cuts through the noise so you can make your mark — whether you want to sell more books, increase profits, or just make a difference. At Sterling & Stone, Story is our business. The Story Studio Podcast is where we explore ways we can all tell our stories better.
 
GREAT WRITERS SHARE It’s no secret that writing can be lonely work. But, does it really have to be? Whether you’re full-time, part-time, or just starting out, you’ll get insights into the tricks, tips and production habits of writers from every level of the biz. From bestselling authors, to those launching their first novels, you’re sure to be in the company of friends as we encourage great writers to divulge and share their secrets.
 
Valerie Khoo and Allison Tait, both successful journalists and authors, bring you the latest in news, opportunities, trends – and gossip – in the world of writing and publishing. Learn practical writing techniques, go behind-the-scenes and discover how real life authors got their big break. Uncover the creative processes of writers who have made it.
 
Listen in as author Linda Sivertsen (aka Book Mama) brings together the world’s most beloved bestselling authors for monthly chats on writing, publishing, deal-making, spirituality, activism, and the art of romancing creativity. Now streaming on American Airlines, these up-close conversations are a fan favorite, frequently profiled on “Best Podcast” lists (i.e., The Motley Fool’s “10 Best Podcasts for Women”), and on the top Arts & Books pages of iTunes/Apple Podcasts. Join Linda and her cel ...
 
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We discuss DJ LeMahieu’s reported new deal with the New York Yankees, as the Blue Jays miss out on another free agent target. The Buffalo News’ Jay Skurski on the Bills ahead of Saturday’s Divisional Round matchup against the Baltimore Ravens (23:29). We hear Stephen’s interview with UFC President Dana White on the success of Fight Island, and the …
 
We’re well into 2021 and if you are anything like the ladies of the Podcast, you already feel like things are getting away from you, including your goals to advance your writing journey! If so, you might have already realized the need to slow down, and plot your writerly course more carefully. For those of you who discovered last week your writing …
 
We spend the hour talking with Hugh Raffles about his new book, The Book Of Unconformities: Speculations On Lost Time. It’s part natural history, part memoir, part meditation on the relationships between people and rocks throughout time. Then, at the end, a short story about the Cure Hunter from Francesca’s book Province of the Heart. Writer’s Voic…
 
Linda Kass, author of Tasa's Song, joins Daniel Ford on Friday Morning Coffee to discuss her book A Ritchie Boy. Caitlin Malcuit also discusses the continued fallout from last week's insurrection at the U.S. Capitol. To learn more about Linda Kass, visit her official website, like her Facebook page, and follow her on Twitter and Instagram. A Ritchi…
 
Doctor Who: The Writers' Room is back, baby! After two years away from the TARDIS, Erik and Kyle have returned to tackle Doctor Who from 2005-2017. Much different than before, the fellas are going fairly chronological and what better place to start than showrunner Russell T Davies' first two episodes, "Rose" and "The End of the World?"…
 
Paul Michael Anderson is the author of the collection Bones Are Made to Be Broken, which Jack Ketchum called “a dark carnival of rigorous intelligence and compassion, the title novella alone of which is well worth the price of admission”, as well as the novellas I Can Give You Life, and How We Broke (with Bracken MacLeod), and dozens of short stori…
 
Back from the holidays, Charlie talks with historical novelist and NYT bestseller Melanie Benjamin about her new book The Children's Blizzard. They discuss historical research, cultural portrayal, connecting historical characters to contemporary issues, and just how cold it can get on the Great Plains.…
 
This 'inbetweenisode' is part of our Story Sessions series featuring The Book of Two Ways by Jodi Picoult. This is the latest novel from the bestselling author of My Sister's Keeper, Small Great Things, Nineteen Minutes, A Spark of Light, and many, many more. Jodi is well-known for tackling big issues and exploring complicated moral topics, and The…
 
GOAT KING WRITERS CLUB The loosest storytelling Podcast in all the land, were we don’t let Grammar get in the way of a good yarn. To be apart of the Writers Rebellion, make sure to Like, Follow, Share and subscribe to our Platforms. https://www.tumblr.com/blog/goatkingwc https://www.instagram.com/goatkingwc https://www.facebook.com/goatkingwc/ http…
 
Argentinian author Mariana Enriquez knows horror first hand. Born in 1973, three years before the U.S.-backed Dirty War that rained state-sponsored terror down on its citizens for seven years, Enriquez grew up in a world where death squads were common and neighbors disappeared. Enriquez joins Marrie Stone to talk about her second collection of shor…
 
Mike Calvin, Jordan Jarrett Bryan and Dominic Fifield assess the title race as Manchester United face a pivotal game at Anfield. They discuss whether Liverpool's trophy window is closing, how Phil Foden symbolises Manchester City's development, and if Jose Mourinho is his own worst enemy, Plus : is football's "no-hug" protocol realistic? See acast.…
 
Welcome to Episode 61 - How Alix Harrow Writes Episode 61 is a good one, my friends. Alix Harrow has such a wonderful perspective on the writing life. And good news! This episode will be available on YouTube in late January so if you want to see the video of Alix and I that will be available. I want to say a special thank you to Alix for her time a…
 
Stay tuned to discover the final takeaways from Valerie and Leslie’s deep study of Gillian Flynn’s 2012 novel, Gone Girl. Find out what they’ve learned from applying Story Grid’s Editor’s Six Core Questions and breaking down each quadrant of this compelling Psychological Thriller. The Story Grid Writer’s Room is a show dedicated to offering a pract…
 
“There’s never been a better time to be an indie author,” Craig Martell says on this episode of the Story Studio Podcast. Craig Martell runs the 20 Books to 50K facebook group and events with Michael Anderle who we also interviewed in this State of the Industry series. In this interview, Craig shares the behind the scenes of both his own wildly suc…
 
Everywhere we look, we’re faced with dire predictions about the future of the planet. How can coming from a place of hope give us the tools we need to create a better, fairer and more equitable world?Join Damon Gameau (2040: A Handbook for the Regeneration) and Jess Scully (Glimpses of Utopia) as they discuss the importance of optimism in creating …
 
A chat with Simon Allen, creator of BBC America's The Watch, based on Terry Pratchett's Discworld series. An engrossing conversation about telling personal stories, expanding the language of TV, and more. THIS EPISODE IS SPONSORED BY EXPRESS VPN: *Get an extra three months of ExpressVPN for FREE at ExpressVPN.com/panel CONNECT W/ BEN BLACKER & THE …
 
Ep:066 Marshall Thornton writes two popular mystery series, the Boystown Mysteries and the Pinx Video Mysteries. For which he has won three Lambda Awards. His romantic comedy, Femme was also a 2016 Lambda finalist for Best Gay Romance. Other books include My Favorite Uncle, The Ghost Slept Over and Masc, the sequel to Femme. He is a member of Myste…
 
A foreign correspondent is pulled into the story of a Westerner whose account of joining ISIS is suspect. No, it’s not "Caliphate" - we’ll discuss “I'm Not a Monster” from BBC Panorama and Frontline PBS. FOR OUR SPOILER-FREE REVIEW OF "I'M NOT A MONSTER" GO TO 37:00 Their father was a fertility doctor who used his own sperm for insemination. “Baby …
 
If you feel like it's too late to achieve your goals — whether that’s because of your age or your fear of technology or you’re late to the indie author world — or anything else, today's interview with Kate Champion will help you reboot your mindset for the year ahead. In the intro, thoughts on the COVID-19 and Book Publishing Report: Impacts and In…
 
Jacob Seelman of Speed Sport is here to help provide a helpful and fun preview of this week’s Chili Bowl Nationals and how it’s going to look in a pandemic. Seelman explains the draw of the prestigious midget car event; how many will make the feature event; how the week of practice and prelims work; his racing connection and background, and how lon…
 
As a mother of small children and a vivid lucid dreamer, H.M. Gooden needs to wake up early. Regardless, she knows early writing can be beneficial to many because morning-writers tend to self-edit less, their dreams and ideas are still fresh, and they can easily dictate while brewing coffee or making a commute. H.M. published her first book, Dream …
 
(Please note that due to the situation that occurred in Washington last week, the "VICE" episode will not be released until possibly the end of the month, if at all. )This week Scott welcomes back Christopher Brown back to look at the highly underrated Sci-Fi masterpiece, "Dark City." Scott and Chris talk about the amazing performance from Sutherla…
 
Steven L. Sears is one of Hollywood's most successful and productive screenwriters. He wrote for Riptide, Xena, Sheena, Swamp Thing, A-Team, Stingray, Starbuck, The Highwayman, Raven, and others. In this interview, Steven discusses how he became a screenwriter along a path that he did not expect.We discuss what is lazy writing. He also defines dyna…
 
Anita Mumm is an independent developmental editor, ghostwriter, and publishing consultant. Her home base is Salida, Colorado, where she co-hosts the Salida Writers Retreat. Anita works with authors at all stages of their career, from first-time novelists to New York Times and international bestsellers. Previously, she worked in submissions and fore…
 
Here, writer and academic Dr Asiel Adan Sanchez, author Katerina Bryant and WHISE CEO, Kit McMahon discuss different ways of approaching medical care - from medical training to medical practice, to individuals pushing back against conventional care. Recommended reading https://feministwritersfestival.com/fwf2020-the-politics-of-health-recommended-r…
 
Hello listeners! After a long Christmas break, we're back with a new author episode. This week we will be talking with Melinda Salisbury and her new book releasing TOMORROW, Hold Back the Tide. Be sure to pick up a copy and enjoy in this spooky book. Disclaimer: there were technical difficulties so the audio might be a bit off for this episode. rea…
 
It's here—our 4th annual Beautiful Writers Podcast "Best-Of" episode! Just in time to save your creativity in the New Year from all that binge-watching and doomscrolling. It's been a year—2020 (hence why this Summer episode's dropping in Winter). I don't have to tell you what kind of havoc the pandemic has unleashed on our best-laid writing plans a…
 
You’ve got plans! So many different ideas and ambitious plans. How do you get your brain to move from poetry to prose, fiction to nonfiction, drama to social media posts? How do you have, you know—a life—in between? Listen to writers Elisa Gabbert, Peter Parnell, Khadijah Queen, and Erika T. Wurth discuss time management and planning, writing, and …
 
Andrea Lee reads her story from the January 4 & 11, 2021, issue of the magazine. Lee is the author of four books, including the novel “Lost Hearts in Italy” and the story collection “Interesting Women.” A new book, “Red Island House,” will be published in March.저자 WNYC Studios and The New Yorker
 
A master of popular criticism, The New York Times have christened Daniel Mendelsohn “our most irresistible literary critic”. In The Bad Boy of Athens: Classics from the Greeks to Game of Thrones, Daniel uses the ancient past as a lens to examine modern culture in a collection of essays that traverse everything from Sappho’s sexuality and the femini…
 
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