Since 2016, the Writescast Network has reached tens of thousands of writers around the globe. You’ve been here as I’ve recorded nearly 6,000—yes six thousand minutes of content for writers, by writers—which means it would take you nearly one hundred hours, or more than four straight days of listening, to start back at episode one… Continue reading On Letting Go: Saying Goodbye to the Writescast Network
Author Valerie Biel returns to the Writescast Network to discuss the how-tos of turning one's book into an audiobook. Thanks to this episode's sponsors Dandelion Web Marketing, Lost Lake Press, the Chicago Writers Association, and Kill Your Darlings Candle Company.
Samantha Hoffman of the Chicago Writers Association joins us to break down the CWA and its flagship annual event, the Let's Just Write conference.
Author M.D. Neu discusses strategies for growing one's readership locally, including hosting book events, getting one's work featured in local media, and more.
Memoirist and cinephile Dave Watson compares and contrasts writing a memoir with writing a work of fiction. Have you ever been curious about what it takes to write a memoir? This episode's for you!
Author Damian Serbu talks self-revisions: when it's time to tackle them, when it's time to set them aside, and when it's time to seek the help of an editor.
r.r. and Sione explore a protagonist's darkest moment, the dark night of the soul, and how we set our readers up for both. One of r.r.'s cats pays the pod a visit around the hour mark, too, if you listen closely enough.
The owner of HenschelHAUS Publishing, Kira Henschel, joins host r. r. campbell for a conversation about what it's like to operate an independent press.
Have you been pining for a signed copy of one of my books? Want to get your hands on one of those cool stickers or bookmarks you see in all of the photos from my events? Good news! With the official launch of the R.R. Campbell Writes Shop, you can now get all of this… Continue reading R.R. Campbell Writes – Shop Now Open!
Writer extraordinaire Nathan Elias juxtaposes writing poetry with other formats, including screenplays, novels, and short stories.