Writescast 022 – How to Train Your Writing Dragon with Amanda Kelly

Amanda Kelly presents strategies for addressing weak points in our writing. Through this episode's use of dragon-training as a metaphor for improving your confidence and prowess as a writer, you can transform your writing from season one Drogon to season seven Drogon in no time! Amanda is a Ph.D. Candidate in genetics who focuses on… Continue reading Writescast 022 – How to Train Your Writing Dragon with Amanda Kelly

Writescast 021 – Writerly Etiquette and Preparing for Conferences with John Adamus

John Adamus discusses how to best prepare for writing conferences, as well as what we can do to present ourselves professionally as writers. John is a writing coach, editor, and freelance writer with a passion for helping writers of all persuasions reach their goals. He is also the managing editor of Parvus Press, a publisher… Continue reading Writescast 021 – Writerly Etiquette and Preparing for Conferences with John Adamus

Writescast 015 – Keeping the Science in Science Fiction (and the Fiction, too!) with Scott Birrenkott

Sci-fi author Scott Birrenkott joined me for this episode to talk all things sci-fi: what it is, how to research for it, and how to find a balance between science and fiction when writing sci-fi of our own. Scott writes science fiction with golden age traditions and literary aspirations. His work has been featured with both Fiction Vortex and Liquid Imagination. For more on Scott, you can find him at scottiswriting.tumblr.com, or on Twitter at @SBirrenkott.