Podcasts on Writing
Podcasts are a gift. Actual authors, editors, agents and publishers tell you everything you want to know about their work, tips on writing and lessons on the craft.
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You can find these podcasts on iTunes, Stitcher, Pocket Casts or any other podcast app you may use. I suggest subscribing to them so they download as soon as they become available. And listen to them or they will fill up your device.
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Writing Excuses is a fast-paced, educational podcast for writers, by writers. It airs weekly, with new episodes appearing each Sunday evening at around 6pm Eastern Time. Episodes vary in length from fifteen to twenty-five minutes, but are usually less than twenty minutes long. The tagline, “Fifteen minutes long, because you’re in a hurry, and we’re not that smart” isn’t super accurate, time-wise, but it’s a haiku.
Helping Writers Become Authors
K.M. Weiland is the IPPY, NIEA, and Lyra Award-winning and internationally published author of the acclaimed writing guides Outlining Your Novel, Structuring Your Novel, and Creating Character Arcs, as well as Jane Eyre: The Writer’s Digest Annotated Classic, the historical/dieselpunk adventureStorming, the portal fantasy Dreamlander, the medieval epic, Behold the Dawn, and the western A Man Called Outlaw.
Stark Reflections on Writing
Access to publishing has never been easier, and it is an amazing time to be a writer. But it may also be harder than it has ever been. You currently have more choices, more options, more possibilities than ever in the history of publishing. What paths are right for you on your writing journey?
Smashwords, Smart Author Podcast
The Smart Author podcast guides writers step-by-step from the very basics of ebook publishing to more advanced topics, all with an eye toward helping authors make their books more discoverable, more desirable and more enjoyable to readers. Presented by Mark Coker, the founder of Smashwords. This podcast is for all writers of all experience levels.
I Should be Writing
Winner of the Podcast Peer Award and the Parsec Award, this is a show about a writer going from wanna-be to pro. Focusing on the emotional road blocks one finds in a writing career, this show speaks to over 8000 listeners every week.