Write-minded: Weekly Inspiration for Writers
This week's guests are the coeditors (and contributors to) Letters to a Writer of Color.
One Sentence Leads to a Second Sentence: Pushing Through the Muddy Middle of NaNoWriMo, featuring Grant Faulkner and Brooke Warner
Pep Talk alert! Whether youre writing a ton or writing a-none, this weeks episode is geared toward writers who are feeling the strain of the Muddy Middle.
Get Inspired to Write from One of the Most Prolific Women Writers in History, featuring Allison Gilbert
This week Brooke shares an interview she recorded with Allison Gilbert about her new book, Listen World!, a biography of the most famous woman writer youve never heard of.
This weeks episode is a twofer because were bringing you a little dose of horror through our exploration of gothic stories with this weeks guest Isabel Caas, who also happens to be a ten-year vete
This interview covers narration, structure, and Maggies process of constructing this memoir, as well as how her background as a poet informed her approach to the writing.
Whether you already love fanfiction or dont really get it, youll want to tune into this episode for the sheer appreciation of its presence in the literary world.
This weeks co-authoring duo, Helen Macdonald and Sin Blach, take us inside their relationship and share authentically and honestly about some of the considerations unique to writing your book with s
One month out from National Novel Writing Month, this episode hopes to inspire listeners around the truism that the very best way to write a novel is simply to try it.
This weeks episode considers the intersection between dreaming and writing and how to harness not dreaming per se, but the midnight mind.
This weeks episode is an exploration of form, and why some stories are better contained in short story form rather than a novel.