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Season 2 Episode 1 - D. Grant Smith Welcome to Season 2, Episode 1. This week we have D. Grant Smith, growth farmer extraordinaire. In this episode, we talk about: D. Grant’s great story about landing Seth Godin in the early days of his podcast.landing Seth Godin in the early days of his podcast The importance of reaching out to people you admire a…
 
Season 2 Episode 0 Welcome to the reboot of the WET Podcast: Writing, Education and Technology, with host Erik Marshall. Find out more on the Erik Marshall's WET Podcast: Writing, Education, Technology website.Erik Marshall
 
You may remember my first repeat guest, Ashley R. Carlson, from Episode 9, when we talked about NaNoWrimo, beta readers, writing habits and more. In today's episode, we revisit Ashley's career two years later, including her sequel to The Charismatics , her editing business, and putting together a literary career. LINKS Website Editing: http://www.a…
 
Podcast Pet Peeves In this solocast, I read my Medium article called "Dear Podcasters: 10 Tips to Avoid Annoying Your Listeners." Subscribe to the WET Podcast in iTunes | Main page for The WET Podcast You can follow me on Twitter at @emarsh and support the podcast at Patreon. Music: Double the Daily Dose by Revolution Void (http://www.revolutionvoi…
 
Renowned author Michael Shermer took some time out on his birthday to talk to me about, among other things, rationalism, conspiracy theories, religion, critical thinking, and teaching. I've tried to link below to all of the ideas and names he mentions in this wide-ranging and insightful interview. LINKS Michael Shermer | Skeptic.com His latest book…
 
FrankieBow.com Professor Molly series on Amazon: http://bit.ly/MollyMysteries Alice Mongoose and Alistair Rat books by "Mary Pfaff" on Amazon: https://www.amazon.com/Mary-Pfaff/e/B016T6T2HK/ Mary Pfaff's baloneyous biography: https://alicemongoose.com/author-mary-pfaff/ That's a Wrap (my other podcast) Subscribe to the WET Podcast in iTunes | Main …
 
I reflect on my attempt to build a pirate radio station in my teenage years. The drive for independence and the desire to be heard converged in a rebellion against corporate radio. Decades later, we all have the technology to do what I attempted back then, and it's cheap and legal! Music: "Ton of Bricks" by Metal Church Subscribe to the WET Podcast…
 
Minimum Viable Product. In this solocast, I muse about what it takes to reach a Minimum Viable Product and what that means for writing, as well as education and any other field. Subscribe to the WET Podcast in iTunes | Main page for The WET Podcast You can follow me on Twitter at @emarsh. Music: â�Double the Daily Doseâ�� by Revolution Void (http:/…
 
This week I talk to Erik Mortenson, author most recently of Ambiguous Borderlands: Shadow Imagery in Cold War American Culture . We talk in some depth about his work on shadow imagery in post-war America, including in the Beat poets, film noir and imagery of the atomic bomb. We then move into other topics, such as academic publishing, writing style…
 
Episode #50 In this Solocast, I talk about the concept of pivoting, of changing course when something is not working the way you wanted. I talk about my own decision to rewrite/re-imagine my memoir as fiction in order to free myself up creatively and produce a marketable product. ----------------------------------- Subscribe to the WET Podcast in i…
 
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