Category Archives: Pod Cast

Writers Talk Podcast with Debra Brenegan

Debra Brenegan is the author of Shame the Devil.  Visit her online at http://www.debrabrenegan.com. Enjoy our talk about writing, teaching, books, and social media.  Debra teaches at Westminster College in Fulton, MO. Advertisements

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Writers Talk Podcast with Sharon Heath

Sharon Heath is the author of The History of My Body.  Look for a review here early in April. Read her blog at http://www.SharonHeath.com. Enjoy her thoughts in our conversation about her dual lives as a Jungian Analyst and Writer, social media, and the future of publishing.  

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Writers Talk Podcast with Collin Kelley

Collin Kelley is a literary suspense novelist.  Listen to our lively chat about process, the future of publishing and France.

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Writers Talk Podcast: Patricia Damery

In this podcast, Patricia Damery talks to us about her biodynamic farm, being a mother, and how it came to pass that only 20 years and a second career after she wrote Snakes did it wind up seeing the light of publishing. Patricia is a Jungian Analyst and writer living in the Napa Valley of …

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Writers Talk Podcast with Poet Dave Malone

Dave Malone is a poet living in the Ozarks with collections of poetry in print and at smashwords.  Listen to us talk about the creative process, publishing, twitter, how place relates to the creative process, and giving away creative work.

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Writers Talk Podcast with Smoky Zeidel

Smoky Zeidel is a free-spirited, environmentalist, reformed literati snob who spoke with us at 6:30 in the morning from the writing room of ramshackle cabin in the woods in Southern California. Listen to the podcast to hear all about Smoky’s relationship with writing practice, nature, and contemporary publishing. Visit Smoky Zeidel’s website at http://www.SmokyZeidel.wordpress.com, buy …

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Writers Talk Podcast with Julianna Baggott

TListen to Julianna talk to me about her writing process, her journey with multiple pseudonyms, and advice for new writers. Buy her books or read her blog at http://www.JuliannaBaggott.com

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