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Award-winning broadcaster and writer Sean McElhiney talks with writers about how they get into the write zone!

Award-winning broadcaster and writer Sean McElhiney talks with writers about how they get into the write zone!
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United States

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Award-winning broadcaster and writer Sean McElhiney talks with writers about how they get into the write zone!

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English

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8053053592


Episodes

Episode 20 - Dick Turner

1/20/2020
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Writing Itself goes international this week with expatriate Dick Turner who lives in Paris. Dick is a writer, artist, musician, and filmmaker whose book New Math was published in 2019 by Apathy Press Poets.

Duration:00:37:43

Episode 19 - John T. Hitchner

1/13/2020
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John T. (Jack) Hitchner is the author of the novel The Acolyte, the short story collection How Far Away, How Near, and two collections of poetry: Seasons and Shadows and Pieces of Life Between Latitudes. Jack is currently hard at work on a second novel.

Duration:00:33:49

Episode 18 - Robert Daylin Brown

1/6/2020
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Robert Brown is a professor of English at San Bernardino Valley College in San Bernardino, California. Professor Brown is the author of the nonfiction book Joker to King: Your 52-Week Initiation into Manhood, and a poetry collection called How to Start a Revolution. A new edition of Joker to King will be released in 2020. Meanwhile, Robert is working on a collection of short stories.

Duration:00:35:23

Episode 17 - David Chase II

12/30/2019
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David Chase is back to wrap up the year that was, 2019. David and Sean talk about the creation of characters, among other things.

Duration:00:34:56

Episode 16 - Inga Hansen

12/23/2019
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Inga Hansen is a trade magazine editor by day and a fiction writer by night. She is one of Sean McElhiney's trusted readers and is partially responsible for the creation of this podcast.

Duration:00:29:28

Episode 15 - Diane Auten

12/16/2019
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Diane Auten is the author of the book The Joys of Raising Boys: The Good, the Bad, and the Hilarious. On this episode of Writing Itself Sean talks with Diane about writing, the process of getting her work published, and the joys of being a mom.

Duration:00:23:37

Episode 14 - Gwendolyn DiPonio

12/9/2019
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Sean talks with Crafton Hills Community College Creative Writing Professor Gwendolyn DiPonio about poetry, fiction, Hemingway, and whether or not writing can be taught.

Duration:00:35:02

Episode 13 - Tom DiVenti

12/2/2019
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A conversation with writer Tom DiVenti about his book The Baltimore Kid, his motivations and influences, his punk roots, and Hank Williams III.

Duration:00:25:53

Episode 12 - Terri O'Rorke

11/25/2019
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Terri O'Rorke's book A Presidential Aberration, an indictment of the Trump presidency, is available now on Amazon. A planned sequel is in the works.

Duration:00:19:53

Episode 11 - Bill Amatneek

11/18/2019
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Bill Amatneek is a writer, editor, anthologist, and musician. Hi's collection Heart of a Man - Men's Stories for Women will be released by Vineyards Press on Valentine's Day, 2020.

Duration:00:25:26

Episode 10 - Sharon Bauske

11/11/2019
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Writer Sharon Bauske talks about National Novel Writing Month, her motivations, and her takeaways from culinary school.

Duration:00:29:34

Episode 9 - Ernest Hebert

11/4/2019
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Award-winning novelist Ernest Hebert talks with Sean about his writing process and what compelled him to write his first published novel.

Duration:00:38:28

Episode 8 - Cindy Rosmus

10/28/2019
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Cindy Rosmus talks about writing, editing an e-zine, noir vs. porn, the superiority of animals, and her first break in Oui Magazine. Cindy is the publisher of the online magazine Yellow Mama and the author of Stupidiocy, a collection of short fiction available now for your Kindle at just $2.99 and in paperback - a real book you can hold in your hands - for $15.00.

Duration:00:38:53

Episode 7 - Matt Savarese

10/21/2019
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Writer Matt Savarese talks about his inspirations, his dreams, and his writing process.

Duration:00:24:49

Episode 6 - Dave Congalton

10/15/2019
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Dave Congalton is my guest. Dave's screenplay Scribble eventually made its way to the big screen as Authors Anonymous. We talk about Dave's journey from page to screen.

Duration:00:31:57

Episode 5 - Avye Andonellis

10/11/2019
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Author Avye Andonellis talks about her recently-complete novel and her efforts to find representation in an under-represented Orthodox Christian fiction market.

Duration:00:31:55

Episode 4 - Kenneth Schalhoub

10/7/2019
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Ken Schalhoub is the author of the novel Plexor and the short story collection Smothered. Ken talks with Sean from his home in Denver, CO.

Duration:00:30:35

Episode 3 - Jack Coey

10/4/2019
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Jack Coey is the author of a novel The Death of Dr. Dean, a short story collection Exit Stage Left, and numerous other stories, including "Rubber Daisies" and "What?" which you'll find, along with an in-depth interview in the September 2019 issue of New Reader Magazine.

Duration:00:27:02

Episode 2 - Billy Hudson

10/2/2019
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Billy Hudson is a singer/songwriter, poet, and novelist. He lives in Shell Beach, California.

Duration:00:29:09

Episode 1 - David Chase

10/1/2019
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Here we go... a longish preamble on this, my first foray into podcasting, leading into my interview with David Chase, the author of the novel Grants Ferry.

Duration:00:36:09