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Kelton Reid studies the habits, habitats, and brains of a wide spectrum of renowned writers to learn their secrets of productivity and creativity. Tune in each week to learn how great writers keep the ink flowing, the cursor moving, and avoid block. Explore our archives at writerfiles.fm to find interviews with notable guests that include bestselling authors John Scalzi (Old Man's War), Greg Iles (Natchez Burning), Jay McInerney (Bright Lights, Big City), Kevin Kelly (founder of WIRED magazi ...
 
Ed Gandia, co-author of the bestselling book, The Wealthy Freelancer, reveals how to propel your writing business to the six-figure level (or the part-time equivalent). In this nuts-and-bolts, no-nonsense podcast, you'll discover how to get better clients, earn more in less time, and bring more freedom and joy into your writing business. Ed will walk you through the practical, “doable” systems and strategies he has developed in his own writing business — the same systems he has taught his pr ...
 
We're a podcast for anyone who writes. Every week we talk to writers about their writing journeys and techniques, from early career debuts to self-publishers and narrative designers. We've featured Margaret Atwood, Jackie Kay, Sara Collins, Antti Tuomainen, Val McDermid, Sarah Perry, Elif Shafak and many more! The Writing Life is produced by the National Centre for Writing at Dragon Hall in Norwich.
 
First Draft: A Dialogue on Writing is a weekly show featuring in-depth interviews with fiction, non-fiction, essay, and poetry writers. First Draft: A Dialogue on Writing highlights the voices of writers as they discuss their work, their craft, and the literary arts. This weekly show hosted by Mitzi Rapkin is a celebration of creative writing and the individuals who are dedicated to bringing their carefully chosen words to print as well as the impact writers have on the world we live in.
 
Take a walk with Alex C. Telander, as he takes a trip around the regional parks of Sonoma County, and talks about writing: what it means to him, what he's learned over decades of writing, and how it's changed his life. And be sure to check out the Writing Walks Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/writingwalks/) for photos of his trips.
 
Hello, I am J. Alejandro. I am documenting my creative process as I write and record. Come along as I problem solve my writing projects and other creative collaborations! Of course, let me know how you're staying creative with a day-job! You can find me here: https://twitter.com/jwriterec https://www.instagram.com/writerec/ https://cruzfolio.com/the-writing-record/ Much love, j
 
How do I write a book? How do I create compelling characters that readers will love? How do I build a believable world for my story? What does it even mean to write a story that works? Do you have any writing tips? These are just some of the big questions that developmental editor and book coach, Savannah Gilbo, digs into on the Fiction Writing Made Easy Podcast. Each week, Savannah shares actionable tools, tips, and strategies that will help you write, edit, and publish your book. So, wheth ...
 
Do you dream of one day writing your own book? Do you already a write, edit, or publish? Maybe just a reader who wants to know more about how the writing gets done or just like books in general? Come take a ride with me through the world of writing. I will share my advice, tips and tricks, insight, funny stories, and interviews with people in the business. -Bryan the Writer
 
The Business of Writing Podcast is where the best creative minds of our time share how they’ve built thriving businesses around their writing skills. It’s time to kill the myth that writing doesn’t pay—on this show you’ll learn how to make words work for you. We’ll be going deep into the art and science of great writing, the business acumen you need to make your business thrive, and writers of all kinds will share hard-earned insights you won’t get anywhere else. So if you want to master the ...
 
Holly Rustick, world-renowned grant writer, Amazon bestselling author, and nonprofit Guru, reveals all her freelance business tips, grant writing strategies, nonprofit funding action steps, and tips and tools so you can be ahead of the curve with your freelance grant writing business, nonprofit consultancy, or nonprofit organization. Discover how you can develop clear frameworks to grow your freelance or nonprofit work and create a positive impact in the world. Holly has more than 15 years o ...
 
Writing Class Radio is for people who love stories and who get inspired by hearing other people tell their stories and who wants to learn a little bit about how to write their own stories. You'll hear students write their way to the truth. And you'll hear students trying to deal as we follow them outside of class and into their real lives. Plus you'll hear all the juicy stuff that happens in writing class---resistance, crying, break-throughs, connection. There's no better way to understand o ...
 
Let's write novels! Around the Campfire: A Writing Workshop is a glimpse into what it's actually like to write a book and be part of a writing group. Our hosts, Jackson and Levi, give each other feedback every episode on the progress they've made on their respective novels, as well as give feedback to an audience member!Submit your work to be workshopped at campfiretechnology.com/submit
 
With an emphasis on travel books and long-form travel literature, host Jeremy Bassetti talks with the world’s most celebrated travel writers about their work and about the business and craft of travel writing in this award-winning podcast. Past guests include travel writers like Paul Theroux, Pico Iyer, and Rolf Potts. The show also covers topics related to travel journalism, travel blogging, and travel photography.
 
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Today I am excited to welcome R. A. Salvatore back to the show to talk about his new book Starlight Enclave that kicks off the new series Way of the Drow. From New York Times best-selling author R. A. Salvatore comes a new trilogy and adventure of Drizzt and fantasy’s beloved characters from Dungeons & Dragons’ Forgotten Realms. After the settling …
 
For the month of August, 2021, we’re bringing back four of our listeners’ favorite episodes. Writing Class Radio brings you personal stories and tips on how to write your own stories. Allison Langer loves the process of working out her shit and reading it out loud. In class, she can’t hide behind a facade. Andrea Askowitz loves thinking about writi…
 
#PodcastersForJustice Internationally bestselling thriller author, Samantha Downing, took a break to chat about her "20-year, overnight" success, writing psychopaths, and how to write a novel in six months. Samantha's debut novel, My Lovely Wife – about a married couple teaming up to commit murder – was a #1 international bestseller that earned Edg…
 
The 458th episode of the Reading and Writing podcast features an interview with E.A. Aymar, author of the novel THEY'RE GONE, published under the pen name E.A. Barres. Support this podcast at — https://redcircle.com/reading-and-writing-podcast/donations Advertising Inquiries: https://redcircle.com/brands Privacy & Opt-Out: https://redcircle.com/pri…
 
How to Save Time in Your Nonprofit & Grant Business with the Impact MethodCapacity can really mean time and money. Sometimes money can leverage time and vice versa. But time seems to be the most valuable metric for nonprofits and grant writing businesses.In this week's podcast, special guest Sarah Olivieri goes over the Impact Method that she has c…
 
New York Times bestselling author Nalini Singh joins us on the podcast this week to talk about her long standing career as a romance author and why she recently decided to try her hand at writing thrillers. Nalini chats to us about her publishing journey, why she decided to give indie publishing a try and become a hybrid author, and she tells us wh…
 
It’s about time. Stories about time. Throughout August, we’ll be talking about the use of time within story structure, as well as less common structures available. Story structures are the framework used to build a fiction novel or even short stories. Common ones include the three-act, five-act, seven point, or the hero’s journey. Some stories, tho…
 
Listen In Kathi Lipp is joined by author Shannon Popkin this month for a series about comparison. It’s so easy to fall into the trap of looking sideways and comparing our progress and success to the person next to us, but as Shannon describes it, comparison is a dangerous distraction from what God has called you to do. She and Kathi talk about the …
 
S. Kirk Walsh is a novelist, editor, and teacher based in Austin, Texas. Her debut novel is The Elephant of Belfast, inspired by true events that took place in Belfast, Northern Ireland, during World War II. Her debut novel has generated praise from The New Yorker, The Christian Science Monitor, and others as well as being selected for several read…
 
This week, author T.L. Clarke is back to talk about all things meditation! We cover a lot of ground in this one: how to sit when you meditate, common misconceptions, how to meditate, can you still meditate when you have aphantasia (an inability to imagine things), etc. As an added bonus at the end, T does a lovely guided meditation to help you rela…
 
Sophy Roberts and Siberia by Michael Turek Joining me today is Sophy Roberts, whose most recent book The Lost Pianos of Siberia was nominated for the Stanford Doleman Travel Book of the Year 2021. We recorded this episode back in March, before the award announcement (sorry for the massive delay, Sophy!), but the conversation is still fresh. We talk…
 
Your Hosts: Dongwon Song, Mary Robinette Kowal, Dan Wells, and Howard TaylerIn this episode we explore the first page of Moby Dick, by Herman Melville, with the goal of learning how to build good first pages for own own work.Credits: This episode was recorded by Marshall Carr, Jr., and mastered by Alex JacksonLiner Notes: here is the 1st paragraph …
 
The Sommers Cell tries to understand Danni’s decision to take the androgyne Curse — and exposes a rift in their own family in the process. Audiobooks for Sale: Urban Legends, Things Unseen, Divine Intervention, The Lost and the Least, Distant Realms, A Wizard Family Solstice, Homecoming (Use these bounty links and Chris will get a special bonus pay…
 
In the latest episode of Writing Walks, Alex answers and talks about some prompts from a listener. First he talks about how to know when writing if you have too many characters or not enough, then he talks about how he does research for the Ostium Podcast. He ends it with a recommendation for "Project Hail Mary" by Andy Weir. If you enjoyed this ep…
 
Good Day to you all, my wonderful listeners. I’m thrilled that you have, once again, tuned into the show that makes the world go round, or at least my world, All Things Writing. We have a lot of authors and writing related people on this show and that is great. But remember that there is a cast of thousands who work in the creative world and they a…
 
In Episode 69, Dan Dissinger talks to the founder of Progress Playbook, Lloyd Cambridge about practicing mindfulness to be a better entrepreneur and person, community building, and supplementing the gaps in higher education with experiential project-based learning. Lloyd J. Cambridge is the founder & CEO of Progress Playbook, a small business train…
 
Hi there, I am pleased to announce Arts Calling is now available! A new podcast to celebrate creatives across disciplines and cultural backgrounds, but also a case for the arts as the gateway to empathy, healthy lives, and strong communities. https://cruzfolio.com/arts-calling-podcast/ I'm processing some of the changes this will cause in my podcas…
 
As a device-addicted person, please know this podcast is not from some high and mighty mountain, but somewhere right beside you in addicted-land. I got up this morning and put my tablet AND switch inside my lockbox. Too much to do, and I was ready to fart away the day on Fallout Shelter! Break from streaming until August 4, when I will announce new…
 
"The book is dead," so declares Elle Griffin, a journalist and debut writer who is preparing to serialise her first novel via a Substack newsletter. Not sure what Substack is, or why you'd publish a book via a newsletter? Disagree (or agree!) about the fate of books? Curious about whether serialised storytelling and publishing might be for you? Sim…
 
We've gone through a lot of stories and tips in 15 years—more than a thousand. Today, I picked a few of my favorites for you. To sign up for my Advanced AP Style webinar, go to http://bit.ly/apstyle21 and use the code MACMIL to save. Subscribe to the newsletter for regular updates. Watch my LinkedIn Learning writing course. Join the conversation on…
 
I believe that it's a good idea to write every day, even on the bad ones. In fact, the bad days often feed our fiction with juicy insight. If you consider that we tell stories to explore the human condition, then writing when it rains will make your fiction more realistic. In this week's episode, I talk about a recent bit of bad news I received and…
 
This podcast and post focus on how to land paid travel writing assignments when the travel landscape changes. Learn how to land stories in top-tier magazines and outlets such as Condé Nast Traveler, Fodor's Travel, and Fathom during the height of a global shut down and how to pitch now that the world is opening, [...] The post How to Get Travel Wri…
 
Apologies for the shorter episode today—we were both delirious with the heat and the fact that we started late because we were laughing about stuff off mic. Oh, also we don't talk much about games at all this episode. Why do you listen to us again? Instead we discuss seagull infestation, our pal you don't know, Nico watching all the Fast and Furiou…
 
I was an English major with a creative writing emphasis. When I looked to my future, I saw myself writing. Over the years I managed to build a writing career, but as an English major, I wasn’t prepared for the business aspects of writing. Invoices, receipts, taxes? That was all foreign to me. Sharing my writing through speaking and social media? Th…
 
On this episode of Around the Campfire, Levi and Jackson change it up a bit and start with Community Corner. They then both dive into a discussion about how it has been working on their novels the past year, what they have learned, what they struggled with, and more. They then talk about Jackson's disappointment with the game Death's Door, and Levi…
 
In This Episode: After 100 amazing episodes, we are stepping away from The Business of Writing Podcast to focus on exciting new ventures and partnerships. In the final episode of this first chapter, Laura and Rachel reveal why they’re making this decision, what we’re doing next, the biggest lessons we’ve learned along the way, and how you can make …
 
Let's get rid of some was-es! In this episode, the task of revising passive voice drives both D.C. and Avery to their editing limits (while sharing a good laugh).So what is Passive Voice, exactly? When is it bad, and (hot take) when is it sometimes a GOOD thing? We polish up a sample of Avery's old writing on-air to demonstrate. ----more---- Books …
 
We've had a lot of listeners ask us where to start. Our backlog spans many years! So this is meant to be tips for a beginner. It was put together with J as the lead, rather than Joe. See the video version here: https://youtu.be/rogG8TCFQtc Let us know what you think: me@jwashburn.comBởi Joseph Bendoski, J Washburn
 
Life kind of gets real busy and you can't alwasy do what you want. Plus an idea to get consistent. Follow Will on social media at @RepressedMoxie Links Thank you for listening. If you want to learn more check out our websites The Podcast Website www.thewritingendeavor.com My Author Page www.williameatonbooks.com Music D a y T e a by Barradeen | htt…
 
Jenni Hill (Editorial Director of Orbit Books) joins Antony for our first episode with a non-author, to talk about being a book shepherd, how acquisitions can be beauty contests, and why the job involves much less actual editing than you might think. Jenni Hill on Twitter: https://twitter.com/jenni_hill Jenni Hill on the web: http://www.orbitbooks.…
 
How do we adjust our communications for audiences from cultural backgrounds different from our own? This episode starts with advice on how to do this for audiences within North America and then considers how to communicate with cultural groups across the world. The episode summarizes Chapter 6 of Business Communication: Rhetorical Situations (Broad…
 
In today's episode, I'm going to walk you through the beats that make up the first half of the middle section of Blake Snyder's Save the Cat! (STC!) beat sheet so that you can efficiently outline (or write) your novel. Here's a preview of what's included: [01:55] A recap of last week's episode that focused on the beginning beats in the STC! method.…
 
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