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Hosted by award-winning story coach K.M. Weiland, the Helping Writers Become Authors podcast will take you deep into story theory, writing techniques, and all the incredible wisdom of story. There is no such thing as "just a story." Come along to find out how to write YOUR best story, astound the world, and (just maybe) change your life!
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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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The Resilient Writers Radio Show

Rhonda Douglas Resilient Writers

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Welcome to the Resilient Writers Radio Show! This is the podcast for writers who want to create and sustain a writing life they love. It's for writers who love books, and everything that goes into the making of them. For writers who wanna learn and grow in their craft, and improve their writing skills. Writers who want to finish their books, and get them out into the world so their ideal readers can enjoy them, writers who wanna spend more time in that flow state, writers who want to connect ...
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MFA Writers

Jared McCormack

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MFA Writers is the podcast where host Jared McCormack interviews creative writing MFA students about their program, their process, and a piece they’re working on.
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Interviews with fiction writers, teachers, and members of Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers (RMFW). Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers is a non-profit, volunteer-run organization dedicated to supporting, encouraging, and educating writers seeking publication in commercial fiction.
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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 ...
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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://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/onthewritersblock/support
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Writers Unscripted

Los Angeles Screenwriting Competition

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Writers Unscripted is a multimedia platform that offers insights and education on the craft of screenwriting and the entertainment industry. The show features a panel of successful screenwriters who share their experiences and expertise on the creative process, industry trends, and business aspects of screenwriting. The show's mission is to empower aspiring writers with the skills they need to succeed in the entertainment industry.
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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.
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PoemTalk at the Writers House, hosted by Al Filreis and based at Kelly Writers House in Philadelphia. PoemTalk is a collaboration with the University of Pennsylvania's Center for Programs in Contemporary Writing and Jacket2.org.
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Writers Radio

The Writers Radio Contributors

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Writers Radio Podcasts...…discuss and present recent work being created by talented people, special events and all things writerly; an audio space where the inner world meets the outer. Writers Radio producers capture guest writers, interview authors and present them reading their work. A podcast episode is available after being broadcast. Episodes broadcast on Writers Radio at the beginning of each hour and continue for two weeks. Then that is replaced with a new one and the previous episod ...
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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 lessons they've learned. Because being an indie author is about being innovative and creative and learning from your mistakes.
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This monthly podcast will look at Doctor Who through the writers who molded the show and their televised output. Hosted by Kyle Anderson (Doctor Who blogger for Nerdist.com) and Erik Stadnik (host of the Doctor Who Book Club podcast)
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Welcome to Speaking of Writers. Veteran broadcaster Steve Richards interviews local, regional and best selling authors. For more info email steve @ sval622@sbcglobal.net. Cover art photo provided by Janko Ferlič on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@thepootphotographer Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/steve-richards/support
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5 Writers 5 Minutes

Zanni Louise, Tristan Bancks, Sarah Armstong, Deborah Abela & Lian Tanner

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Five best-selling kids' authors in a five-minute masterclass. Every week, Deborah Abela, Tristan Bancks, Sarah Armstrong, Lian Tanner and Zanni Louise share their writing and editing secrets, reveal how their books developed and give tips on how to write your own story. Find this as a podcast or on YouTube by searching 5 Writers 5 Minutes.
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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 ...
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Welcome to The Hockey Writers Podcast Network. Weekly shows covering different NHL teams and topics with exciting guests and the hottest of hot takes. Weekly shows include the Grind Line (Red Wings), Prospect Corner, Fantasy Forecheck and Maple Leafs Lounge. Special shows on the Trade Deadline and the Playoffs also dot the network.
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Providing writing tips and art advice from Contest Judges and Winners for writers and artists wanting to take their next step, along with needed inspiration to keep on going! Based on the world-famous Writers of the Future Contest created in 1983 by L. Ron Hubbard.
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Welcome to your literary happy hour, Writers Drinking Whiskey, the show where you find more than your next read: you find your next AUTHOR, along with cocktail recipes, travel advice, life hacks, and book readings from the authors themselves. Hosted by award-winning author William R. Hincy, the show takes #booktok to another level with engaging, in-depth, and merrily irreverent conversations with today’s most interesting writers. And for our writers joining us, there are plenty of creative w ...
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Welcome back to 5 Writers 5 Minutes. It's so good to return for a second season of writing tips and tricks just for you! We kick off the season chatting about encouraging our creative minds by always allowing—and celebrating—the silliest ideas that may pop into our brain! Visit the authors: Tristan Bancks: tristanbancks.com Deborah Abela: deborahab…
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Mona Simpson is the bestselling author of seven novels including Anywhere But Here, The Lost Father, A Regular Guy, Off Keck Road, My Hollywood, Casebook and, most recently, Commitment. Mona studied poetry at Berkley. She got her MFA from Columbia. During grad school, she published her first short stories in Ploughshares, The Iowa Review and Mademo…
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Thomas Korsgaard reads his story “The Spit of Him” from the March 4, 2024, issue of the magazine. Korsgaard is the author of three novels and two story collections, as well as several works for children. In 2021, at age twenty-six, he became the youngest writer ever to receive Denmark’s Golden Laurels prize.…
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Fox Sports is in its final season of NASCAR Xfinity Series coverage, and in a way, it also comes full circle this year as Kevin Harvick graduated to the Cup Series booth. Harvick was one of the first drivers to go into the broadcast booth for Fox Sports. In reflecting on the past nine years of using driver analysts, we have three voices on the podc…
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After the last sunset of the year, a group of scientists vanish from their arctic research station near Ennis, Alaska. Police Chief Liz Danvers later finds the men naked and flash-frozen in the ice with no indication of how they got there. Danvers reluctantly reunites with Trooper Evangeline Navarro, her former partner still haunted by the unsolved…
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How can you write a memoir that is emotionally honest and revealing enough for readers to care, and cope with the inevitable fear of judgment that evokes? How can you write about real places and people in memoir? Why is editing a memoir so challenging and what should you keep in mind around publishing and marketing choices? J.F. Penn gives her tips…
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Award-winning poet Canisia Lubrin talks about her debut fiction, Code Noir. The fifty-nine stories in this collection are each prefaced by one of Louis XIV’s fifty-nine “Black codes,” the rules of conduct in France and its colonies regarding slaves and slavery. And each of these codes, each of these edicts, is also engaged with, manipulated and rem…
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After nearly two decades of interaction with authors, musicians, and dignitaries in the arenas of publishing, international media, large-scale events, and agricultural endeavors, Terrie founded AKA (Also Known As) Literary Management (AKALM) in 2009. As a full member of the Association of American Literary Agents (AALA), she received the Agent of t…
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As an aspiring young writer it's easy to be put off by even the most well intentioned constructive criticism...what's not so easy is to revisit that critique many years later and be inspired to write a novel that has publishers literally fighting each other for the chance to print it. Join us for a fascinating interview as Jessica Bull, author of t…
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This month, Erik and Kyle go deep underground, some might even call it Hades itself, to discuss "The Hungry Earth/Cold Blood," the two-part series five story from future showrunner Chris Chibnall. It brings back the Silurians and gives us a remix of Third Doctor story elements before falling on its face trying to do something interesting but failin…
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American novelist and musician James McBride is best known for his bestselling memoir, The Color of Water – about his immigrant Jewish mother and Black American father. In 2013, McBride won the National Book Award for his novel The Good Lord Bird - an irreverent portrayal of abolitionist John Brown. Eleanor Wachtel’s conversation with James McBride…
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Sherri L. Smith, author of the critically acclaimed story Flygirl, and Elizabeth Wein, author of the award-winning book Code Name Verity, join forces in AMERICAN WINGS (G.P. Putnam’s Sons) to shed light on an important and lesser-known chapter in Black aviation history and Black contributions to aviation during the Golden Age of Flight. In the year…
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Craig Martelle has taken his more than twenty years of experience in the Marine Corps, his legal education, and his business consulting career to write compelling stories. He recommended the first in his Ian Bragg Thriller Series, “The Operator,” which I read and thoroughly enjoyed.But his bio also says he writes sf, urban fantasy, YA fantasy, and …
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Hanna Wheeler is a Belgian Canadian living in Toronto, where she works as a copywriter and translator from Dutch into English. You can find her at her desk by the big window or in one of a dozen of her favorite coffee shops in the city (her favourite in Canada). As a translator, she has worked on both fiction and nonfiction, from historical biograp…
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My guest today is David Kipen. He needs no introduction because he is himself the introducer, the anthologizer, the cultural historian, the literary booster and all-around celebrant of writers and literary culture for our state and our region. Book review editor, Director of Literature at the NEA, critic at large at the Los Angeles Times and, of co…
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Hindsight is 20/20, and when looking back, we see plenty of things we did as newbie writers that if we were to begin our writing careers today, we would definitely not do this time around. Join the ladies as they discuss what they did wrong and why you shouldn’t repeat their mistakes. Support this ministry on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/christ…
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We talk with Les Leopold of the Labor Institute about his groundbreaking study of the political cost of mass layoffs. His book is Wall Street’s War on Workers: How Mass Layoffs and Greed Are Destroying the Working Class and What to Do About It. Then we re-air a clip from our 2013 interview with Les Leopold about his book, How To Make A Million Doll…
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"That whole question of the invisible life...that there's something going on we cannot see that determines our health and the future of the planet." Dawn Garisch, one of South Africa's most pre-eminent writers, joins the Rippling Pages to talk about Breaking Milk, published in the UK by Heloise Press. Shortlisted for the prestigious Sunday Times So…
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Episode 207 / Do you want to create a loyal readership interested in you, not just your genre? Do you want to up the romantic tension in your books? Rom-com author Emma St. Clair shares tips on these topics, plus much more: The minefield of romance terms used to describe heat level and tone Weighing the cost of taking a break from a series Handling…
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Host Matthew Zator is joined by Eugene Helfrick and Alex Chauvancy to preview the 2024 NHL Trade Deadline where they discuss which bubble teams will be buyers and sellers, and predict where some of the big names will land after March 8. Subscribe to ⁠⁠⁠THW's Daily Substack⁠⁠ Follow The Hockey Writers: ⁠⁠Twitter⁠⁠ - ⁠⁠Instagram⁠⁠ - ⁠⁠Facebook…
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Zoe Lister Jones (creator, Slip; writer/director, How It Ends, The Craft: Legacy) discusses writing, directing, and acting, putting herself into every project, when to be precious, remaining true to her voice, and more. THE WRITERS PANEL IS A COMPLETELY INDEPENDENT PRODUCTION. Follow and support the show by subscribing to Ben Blacker's newsletter, …
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Being inside, a writer head is a loud and complicated place! Sometimes the language doesn’t always make sense, and sometimes we repeat that. And yet, it is needed and necessary. We have merch now! Get some! https://Seewhatjayesaid.threadless.com/designs/the-writers-block-podcast-merch--- Send in a voice message: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/s…
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Discuss what life was like for Disney writer Chas Jackson after winning his first writing competition, and learn how you can follow in his footsteps to sell your script. Chas is a screenwriter, filmmaker and slam poet from the Bay Area. After completing his studies in Writing for Television at UCLA he lived in Cameroon West Africa creating original…
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Thomas Kies is the author of the critically acclaimed Geneva Chase mystery series. In 2022, he was Edgar nominated by the Mystery Writers of America for the Sue Grafton Memorial Award for his book Shadow Hill. He has a long history of working for newspapers and magazines, primarily in New England and New York and currently lives and writes on Bogue…
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The podcast team has been busy at the annual AWP conference, so we’re bringing you a rerelease of a great conversation from Season 2. A new episode will be in your feed in two weeks. Luna Adler talks to Jared about moving between fiction and non-fiction, Brooklyn College’s unique novel-writing workshop aimed at accommodating the long form, the tens…
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Kat, the protagonist in Jane Callen’s novel, Bernini’s Elephant, leads the reader on a dark adventure of transformation. This tale of murder and redemption is set within contrasting environments in Canada and Italy with lush descriptions of Vancouver, the coastal wilderness of Vancouver Island, and the high art world of Florence and Venice. “Genre-…
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Jason welcomes beautifully laconic poet Tonya Lailey for an interface about wine agencies, comfort books, thin places, what's fab about Nova Scotia, Calgary's supportive writing scene, dot matrix printers, industrial agriculture, allowing the mistake, & how the trick is fun. Look for her debut collection, 'FARM: Lot 23,' out soon. Big whoop beats, …
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Bestselling author and Pulitzer Prize-winning critic Stephen Hunter discusses his latest book, FRONT SIGHT: THREE SWAGGER NOVELS. We also discuss how film has changed through the years, what it was like to have on of his books adapted into the movie SHOOTER with Mark Wahlberg (as well as a TV series), and his time in the military. And we're calling…
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On this episode of the Freedom Writers Podcast, join Erin Gruwell as she speaks with original Freedom Writer Latilla Cain, who delves into her life's mission of championing for others. Through heartfelt stories, Latilla illustrates the importance of support, love, and understanding in forging paths to success and building stronger communities.…
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