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WritersCast

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WritersCast

WritersCast

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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.
 
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San Francisco Writers Conference Podcast

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San Francisco Writers Conference Podcast

SFWC: Authors on Books, Writing, Reading, Publishing, and more

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RELAUNCHING Friday, March 5, 2021, the San Francisco Writers Conference Podcast features author Matthew Felix in conversation with fellow writers about craft, commerce, and community. [o] Music credit: Funkorama by Kevin MacLeod; Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/3788-funkorama; License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license
 
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The Writers’ Block

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The Writers’ Block

Jennifer Bush-Harris

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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
 
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.
 
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The Writer's Climax

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The Writer's Climax

Megan Walsh and Grace Olscamp

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Welcome to the Writer’s Climax! We are a podcast for aspiring writers, casual readers, published authors, and everyone in between. Each week, we celebrate (and bemoan) the writing process, discuss our current reads and projects, and provide weekly writing prompts. Once a month we welcome guest writers onto the pod to share their experience with writing. Sometimes inspired. Always outrageous. Never (not) a sex podcast.
 
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 ...
 
In every episode we look inside the daily diary of a writer, to peak at the secrets of their success. How do they plan their day and maximise their creativity, in order to plot and publish a bestseller?Some are frantic night-owls, others roll out of bed into their desks, and a few lock themselves away for days in the woods - but none have a regular 9 to 5, and we'll find out how they've managed it. See acast.com/privacy for privacy and opt-out information.
 
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Charlie talks to debut novelist Elizabeth Weiss about her novel Sisters Sweet which follows the lives of twin sisters as they navigate the world of vaudeville in the 1920s and 1930s. They discuss theatre history, writing about twins, changing technology, religion, family and more.Bookmarks
 
British poet, educator, and writer Raymond Antrobus has two poetry collections out this year. The US release of his award-winning debut The Perseverance and his follow-up, just out now, All The Names Given. We discuss both books in relation to Antrobus’ own particular deaf poetics. What questions do his poems raise about audience and accessibility,…
 
Author Clifford Garstang stopped by the Bunker this week to talk about his latest book, Oliver's Travels. Clifford is one of those fascinating people who may slip under the radar because of his understated style, but he and Brad took a trip through his unhappy at times childhood that catapulted him into a world of travel, volunteering, and service.…
 
I think this will be the end of my H. P. Lovecraft Book Club. While there is much more I could do, I think this is a fine place to stop. For those interested, the second volume of THE MEANS TO FREEDOM completes the conversation between Lovecraft and Robert E. Howard.Evan Lampe
 
Mike Calvin, Jordan Jarrett Bryan and John Cross look forward to a hugely significant Merseyside derby, and suggest Rafa Benitez may be a prisoner of previous regimes at Goodison Park. They believe relegation would not necessarily be a bad thing for Newcastle, and wonder whether Manchester United are already being managed remotely by Ralf Rangnick.…
 
Brian Wilson and Harrison Burton are paired together at Wood Brothers Racing and they stop by the podcast to talk about it. Wilson describes getting his shot as a Cup Series crew chief; being familiar with the series; what he’ll expect from Burton; working with another young driver; making a name for himself in the Xfinity Series; the open notebook…
 
In this week's CWO Classic rewind: a look back at the Sept 29, 2017 review of the Netflix comedy "American Vandal." The unexpectedly savvy satire of everything we love about true crime. "American Vandal" may start as a lowbrow take-off on "Serial" or "Making a Murder," but the comedy is surprisingly meta, embracing all tropes of the podcasts and do…
 
How can you cultivate patience for your long-term author career? How can you figure out your personal, creative and financial goals and make choices toward them? MK Williams talks about these questions, as well as podcast marketing and turning a blog or transcript into a book. In the intro, my reflections on the UK FutureBook conference, and Tomb o…
 
In this monthly q & a session, the guys answer listener questions. Whether you’re traditionally published or indie, writing a good book is only the first step in becoming a successful author. The days of just turning a manuscript into your editor and walking away are gone. If you want to succeed in today’s publishing world, you need to understand e…
 
So, this week its' time to have a little chittertychat with Mr Simon Griffin, author of F*$%ing Apostrophes'. We talk about review's and how Simon pretty much almost became an author by accident! Enjoy's! Find Simon's lovely book here https://iconbooks.com/ib-title/fucking-apostrophes/ And, now Jon's little feature is finally off and running, you c…
 
One of the enduring beliefs of Australian identity is the idea that we as a nation embody the larrikin spirit, that we’re easy going, anti-establishment, laissez-faire. But arguably, behind our ‘she’ll be right’ veneer, we’re an anxious, obedient people living in what some believe is the most over-regulated nation of all of the world’s democracies.…
 
Georgina Godwin sits down with Mark Freestone, author of ‘Making a Psychopath’ and Gwen Adshead, co-author of ‘The Devil You Know’ to discuss the dark world of psychopaths. Both have spent time in the company of psychopaths, either fictional or in real life, and know a little more than most about what makes them tick. This conversation was original…
 
Roy Jacobsen, one of Norway's most celebrated contemporary writers, talks about his novel The Unseen, the first in a series that follows a strong young woman's coming-of-age on a remote island through times of war and loss.
 
Dean Wesley Smith was the first writer to be awarded by Writers of the Future in volume 1. He has been a Contest judge and is one of the most prolific writers alive today. We discuss how he emulated L. Ron Hubbard's speed and ability to cross genres. In celebration of his 780th birthday, Dean is publishing 70 novels in one year!…
 
Scott continues 90s November with our favorite Disney and Boy Meets World expert Danielle Brown! They're talking about the Cold War spy episode of Boy Meets World. They dive into how Cory Matthews is the star, but the worst part of the show. Then they discuss why wasn't Henry Winkler in this episode, and Scott unleashes his Robin Williams impressio…
 
Jason welcomes his eleven-year-old son, Joe, for a confabulation about Joe's early work and some of Jason's earliest ideas for super heroes and super villains. Skunk guns, what fermented soybeans really taste like, and who would win in a fight between Jeff Kool and Captain Dagger...this unmissable episode has it all. So don't, er, miss it. Original…
 
This week, Ken Follett shares his writer's routine. He's one of the UK's most successful authors, selling over 170 million books across 80 countries. He has a staff of over 20 working on all aspects of book selling, so he can concentrate on book writing. We talk about whether that puts pressure on his writing, knowing he has staff relying on him fo…
 
* Jeff Greenwald is a photojournalist, author, and stage performer whose experiences in Asia have framed his style of travel writing. His six books include the best-selling Shopping for Buddhas (recently republished in a 25th anniversary edition), The Size of the World (for which he created the first international travel blog), and Snake Lake, a tr…
 
Avaha Leibtag is the founder of Aha Media, author of The Digital Crown: Winning at Content on the Web, and an Innovative Individual in the Healthcare Internet Hall of Fame. With 20+ years of writing and content, she has learned to use strategy to connect the dots that lead to a better user experience. A great UX professional, she says, finds a UX a…
 
Who does the dirty work in our society? And who benefits? We talk with Eyal Press about his new book, Dirty Work: Essential Jobs and the Hidden Toll of Inequality in America. Then, In the US, more than 23,000 animals, not including fish, are slaughtered for our food every minute. We talk with Melanie Joy about the tenth anniversary of her groundbre…
 
Today's episode dives into Cecilia Vicuña's 'Colliding and not colliding at the same time'. The performance begins as the audience, having been encouraged to ask questions about an art video that had just been screened, went momentarily silent. No questions were being asked, so Vicuña began improvisationally to fill the room with words and sounds, …
 
Gary Shteyngart joins Marrie Stone to talk about his latest novel, Our Country Friends. Recognizing the severity of the pandemic in March 2020, Shteyngart abandoned another novel to address what was unfolding in our nation in real time. Our Country Friends has been described as Chekov meets "The Big Chill." Shteyngart talks about writing a novel co…
 
Greg Jackson reads his story “The Hollow,” from the November 29, 2021, issue of the magazine. Jackson, a winner of the National Book Foundation’s 5 Under 35 award, is the author of the story collection “Prodigals,” which came out in 2016. His first novel, “The Dimensions of a Cave,” will be published in 2023.…
 
Episode Notes The results are in and the band is back together to discuss the outcomes. Keith, Phil, Joelle, Juiianne, and Derek discuss the ups and downs of the first rounds of the competition. There are a few F-Bombs in this episode The Midnight Writers are: Phil (Twitter: @philrood) Host of the podcast The Picture Show with Austin and Phil Rood …
 
There is SEND FOR A POET segment! Work title: SPEECH TO THE YOUNG by Gwendolyn Elizabeth Brooks! Follow The Melanin_Library on IG: @melanin_library.We are in a time of opposition as it relates to The Arts! For all the progress, platforms and the resurgence of Black writers, actors and directors, this craft—this work!—is hard. But it still has to be…
 
In this episode, Megan and Grace are starry eyed, bushy tailed, and a little bit competitive at the start of NaNoWriMo 2021, but will their joy last through this marathon month of writing? At the very least, they are on brand for the month and are getting this episode out a week late - oops! -What we're reading: Tokyo Ueno Station by Yu Miri | Beau…
 
Erik and Kyle descend down into the cosmically and existentially horrific masterpiece that is "The Impossible Planet/The Satan Pit," as written by Matt Jones. Is this the best story we've looked at yet? Is it the scariest? Find out! Join our Patreon for bonus episodes every month. http://patreon.com/thewritersroom.…
 
You’re almost at the halfway point of NaNoWriMo but you have nothing more to say, or the story isn’t headed in the right direction, or some other stumbling block is looming before you. Should you quit? How can you make yourself plug away until the finish? We discuss this on this episode of The Christian Indie Writers' Podcast. 30 Days of Writing Sp…
 
John M. Campbell has made a career in the aerospace industry. Now, he speculates on the worlds currently unknown to us that science and engineering may unlock. He is compelled by the promise technology offers to address many of the issues facing human survival. The prospect of extraterrestrial life in our solar system and the outer planets fascinat…
 
On this episode, Erin Gruwell is joined by Tresor Rusesabagina, the son of humanitarian Paul Rusesabagina. Tresor updates us on his father Paul’s kidnapping in August 2020 by the Rwandan government and shares how we can help #FreeRusesabagina. Tresor’s bravery and determination are incredibly powerful, and we hope this episode will leave you feelin…
 
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