Writing Podcasts

I love a good podcast. Especially if it’s about writing. Podcasts are a great way to learn, get inspired, and tap into the writing community. If you need a few suggestions, check out these podcast options.  

First Draft discusses how a book goes from the laptop to the bookshelf. The podcast is created by Sarah Enni, who talks to professionals involved in all stages of the publishing process, like agents, editors, publishers, industry analysts, and publicity/marketing professionals.  

Publishing Rodeo, hosted by Sunyi Dean and Scott Drakeford, collates experiences from friends, colleagues, a slew of industry professionals, and the podcasters themselves to deconstruct what makes or breaks a book and how to build an author career.    

Print Run, hosted by Laura Zats and Erik Hane, is an excellent podcast about book and writing industry topics often glossed over by conventional wisdom.

The Writer Files: Writing, Productivity, Creativity, and Neuroscience. Kelton Reid interviews acclaimed writers (books, TV, film) on a variety of topics about their creative lives, productivity, and tricks to keep the ink flowing to overcome writer’s block.

Between the Covers is a literary radio show/podcast hosted by David Naimon of Tin House Books. His long-form conversations with well-known writers highlight insightful information on the craft of writing. It’s great for writers at any level working in any genre.

Grammar Girl, hosted by Mignon Fogarty. I’m a sucker for grammar tidbits. Grammar Girl brings you short tips and tricks to improve your writing and communication, with interesting side notes about the origins and mysteries of phrases, words, and grammatical constructions of the English language.

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