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Novelist Spotlight is a gathering place for people interested in reading and writing great fiction and literature. This is where you will hear from the authors who write the novels and learn of their motivations, writing process, characters, struggles and successes. Novelist Spotlight is hosted by Mike Consol, a lifelong journalist and author of four novels.
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Listen to Confessions of a Debut Novelist, hosted by author Chloe Timms, to hear from new and up-and-coming writers about their debut novel. We talk writing journeys, tips and advice and what it's like to be new to the world of publishing. Each episode features a writer about to have their debut novel published, covering adult, YA and children's in a range of genres. We'll hear about rejections and setbacks, how writers signed with their agent and whether their book deal was with an indie pu ...
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Pamela Fagan Hutchins talks with other crime fiction writers about stories with complex, authentic females at their cores. And she does it with humor, irreverence, the occasional dive into oversharing and—gasp—profanity, and vast quantities of wine, coffee, or whatever gets her through another day. Copyrighted and solely owned by Authors on the Air Global Network. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/crime-and-wine/support
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Books & Writers · The Creative Process: Novelists, Screenwriters, Playwrights, Poets, Non-fiction Writers & Journalists Talk Writing, Life & Creativity

Novelists, Screenwriters, Playwrights, Poets, Non-fiction Writers & Journalists Talk Writing · Creative Process Original Series

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Books & Writing episodes of the popular The Creative Process podcast. To listen to ALL arts & creativity episodes of “The Creative Process · Arts, Culture & Society”, you’ll find our main podcast on Apple: tinyurl.com/thecreativepod, Spotify: tinyurl.com/thecreativespotify, or wherever you get your podcasts! Exploring the fascinating minds of creative people. Conversations with writers, artists & creative thinkers across the Arts & STEM. We discuss their life, work & artistic practice. Winne ...
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Look! I wrote a novel and it got published - by St. Martins Press - a big fancy pub house. I know how to write. I've been doing it for a looonnnggg time. And I've been helping others hone their craft and find their voice as writers since 2006. So, I had this idea, I'll read my book - The Playgroup - and, as I go, chapter by chapter, I'll share with my listeners all I know about writing. So, have fun, listen to the episodes in order, and TELL YOUR FRIENDS! Support this podcast: https://podcas ...
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Hey everyone, This is The Novelist Girl. I am a researcher by profession. But my love for books always make me read a lot of novels including motivational, fictional and various genres. So here I am introducing my podcast The_Novelist_Girl where I will provide motivational content in Hindi as well as English in my unique way. I will be uploading various motivational stories and tips and tricks to get best out of your life. If you want to improve yourself and feel motivated with a little talk ...
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SPONSORED by: METHOD OF MURDER on AMAZON PRIME!!!!! Makeup! Murder! and Mayhem!........ Just a few of the topics of this weekly Podcast. Follow Jacky's antics as she researches and investigates for her next Crime Novel! Find out more about Jacky at www.jackyrom.com
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In the spotlight is Amanda DuBois, author of the Camille Delaney mystery series. She is the founder and managing partner of the DuBois Levias Law Group, a woman-owned boutique family law practice in Seattle. She was also a former high-risk labor and delivery nurse at the University of Washington Medical Center, before beginning her legal career in …
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Roland asks I love Star Wars, but in the most narrow way. Episodes IV-VI and a few other things are pretty cool. But, I want new stories, not dozens of prequel movies and series. Why are they afraid to go forward vs living in the Star Wars past? It’s not just Star Wars, either. I see the same thing with Game of Thrones and many popular book series.…
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In this episode of Confessions of a Debut Novelist, I’m talking to Amy Twigg about her literary novel Spoilt Creatures. We discuss creating a charismatic cult leader, why she deleted the first 90k words and the importance of voicing your publishing worries. Confessions of a Debut Novelist Bookshop* Buy Spoilt Creatures: https://uk.bookshop.org/a/10…
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Join Cara Reinard, Author as she discusses THE WIFE AT THE WINDOW with Pamela Fagan Hutchins on Crime & Wine. About THE WIFE AT THE WINDOW: The little boy runs into the kitchen in his pajamas. He is swept up into a hug and gorgeous auburn hair falls across his face. I shiver, staring through the glass, my cheeks wet with tears as I gaze at the beau…
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How can we show more kindness, respect, and love to the animals we share this planet with? What lessons can we learn from non-human animals about living in greater harmony with nature? Ingrid Newkirk is the Founder and President of PETA, actively leading the organization and advocating for animal rights. PETA is the largest animal rights organizati…
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Roland asks: A lot of authors say they’re writing a prequel (as a lead magnet) when they haven’t published, or even finished, Book 1 yet. I know what they mean, but if they release ‘the prequel’ first, then isn’t that just Book 1 and not actually a prequel? The Hobbit The Three Theban Plays: Oedipus Rex, Oedipus at Colonus, Antigone Romeo and Julie…
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Roland asks: Indie authors are obsessed with prequels to their Book Ones but I don’t get it. I almost never want to know MORE about what happened before Book 1. Why have prequels become such a thing these days? Star Wars Prequel Trilogy Star Trek V Job (the Bible) Clash of the Titans (1981) The Story of King Josiah The Hobbit and Lord of the Rings …
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“One thing people don't realize is that the goal of disinformation is not simply to get you to believe a falsehood. It's to demoralize you into giving up on the idea of truth, to polarize us around factual issues, to get us to distrust people who don't believe the same lie. And even if somebody doesn't believe the lie, it can still make them cynica…
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How do we fight for truth and protect democracy in a post-truth world? How does bias affect our understanding of facts? Lee McIntyre is a Research Fellow at the Center for Philosophy and History of Science at Boston University and a Senior Advisor for Public Trust in Science at the Aspen Institute. He holds a B.A. from Wesleyan University and a Ph.…
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“I think as there is more automation, there is more kind of emphasis on this question of our choice. The story of the development of things tends to be what do humans decide that they care about? In what direction do they want to go? What kind of art do they want to make? What kinds of things do they want to think about? There is in the computation…
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How can computational language help decode the mysteries of nature and the universe? What is ChatGPT doing and why does it work? How will AI affect education, the arts and society? Stephen Wolfram is a computer scientist, mathematician, and theoretical physicist. He is the founder and CEO of Wolfram Research, the creator of Mathematica, Wolfram|Alp…
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Jim asks: Previously I mentioned I had a character who was 10 years old in a first book in a series. I had used him as a reader proxy, who gets into a little trouble but isn’t really a protagonist. How do I take a character who is now 15, grow him beyond proxy and make him interesting enough to turn pages, but not so interesting that he’s trying to…
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Join Author Drew Strickland as he talks about CARNAGE IN THE COUNTY with Pamela Fagan Hutchins on Crime & Wine. About CARNAGE IN THE COUNTY: How can he fix an entire county when he’s the most broken? Sheriff Elven Hallie is a shell of himself. He’s lost everything. His house, his Jeep, his girl. But most of all, his reputation. When an entire libra…
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Pablo asks: I have been struggling with a manuscript for a novel since 2015. I begin, stop, give up, take it up again, and all the time it keeps evolving in my head. Now it’s an unfinished chaotic first draft, only 38 pages so far. I’d like to be done with it so I can move to something else. I’ve never finished anything except for a 20-page short s…
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In the spotlight is Paula Treick DeBoard, novelist and new bookstore owner. In April 2024, DeBoard opened Bookish in Modesto, Calif., and discusses her motivation and her strategy for succeeding. She is also the author of four family dramas, the novels “The Mourning Hours,” “The Fragile World,” “The Drowning Girls” and “Here We Lie.” She also teach…
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In this episode of Confessions of a Debut Novelist, I’m talking to Nathan Newman about their literary novel How to Leave the House. We discuss setting a novel in a 24 hour period, how Nathan found their comedic voice by setting out to write something to make their friends laugh and what it’s like to write to impress your mentor, when your mentor is…
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Jim asks: I may have asked something like this before, but how does one rekindle the enjoyment of writing? It used to be a thing I did to avoid doing things I didn’t want to do, like finding time in the middle of the work day to sneak in some words, or a thing I did to prove to myself I could do it. It seems like as soon as it became a thing to do …
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Ed asks: What does it mean for an author to “break faith” with his readers? The Wheel of Time by Robert Jordan Poodle Springs by Raymond Chandler and Robert B Parker Variable Star by Robert A Heinlein and Spider Robinson The Silmarillion The Game of Thrones Writing Excuses podcast A Subversive Masterpiece The post Question 1110: Breaking Faith With…
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“There is magic everywhere. There's wonder everywhere. There's wondrous complexity that is so complex, so difficult to conceptualize, to grasp, to articulate that it might as well be magic for all intents and purposes, but we can gradually start to unpick how the tricks are done, how nature learned to do these wonderful tricks. And that's the wonde…
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Is consciousness an illusion? Is it just a complex set of cognitive processes without a central, subjective experience? How can we better integrate philosophy with everyday life and the arts? Keith Frankish is an Honorary Professor of Philosophy at the University of Sheffield, a Visiting Research Fellow with The Open University, and an Adjunct Prof…
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“We and all living beings thrive by being actors in the planet’s regeneration, a civilizational goal that should commence and never cease. We practiced degeneration as a species and it brought us to the threshold of an unimaginable crisis. To reverse global warming, we need to reverse global degeneration.” Can we really end the climate crisis in on…
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Can we really end the climate crisis in one generation? What kind of bold collective action, technologies, and nature-based solutions would it take to do it? Paul Hawken is a renowned environmentalist, entrepreneur, author, and activist committed to sustainability and transforming the business-environment relationship. A leading voice in the enviro…
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Jim said: In my last question I talked about re-discovering the sequel I was supposed to be writing after spending 95,000 words on the wrong idea. As I approached the writing of the appropriate sequel, I bogged down early. I think I’ve figured out that the problem was not understanding the motivations of the various characters and whose perspective…
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In this episode of Confessions of a Debut Novelist, I’m talking to Sunday Times and New York Times bestselling Kaliane Bradley about her literary novel The Ministry of Time. We discuss how her novel was inspired by writing fanfiction about a real Victorian polar explorer, creating a near-future world with time-travel and how her success with short …
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Greta Boris Author talks SPLITTING HAIRS with Pamela Fagan Hutchins on Crime and Wine.. About SPLITTING HAIRS Dead Men Tell No Tales Embalmer’s assistant Imogene Lynch may or may not get the final sensations of the dead when she touches their hair. She used to, but something strange is going on. Her sixth sense disappears when the body of a local t…
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Jim asks: A little while back I dove into a sequel featuring my protagonist about fifteen years down the road. It was a big time jump, one I was ready for in the character, but so much more would have occurred, and so much left undone that it was the wrong book. I realized this when I was 95,000 words in. I wrote a whole novel to figure out it was …
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Indiana Jim: A couple years ago you did an epic twitter thread on what the Lord of the Rings films got wrong. Could you do an episode on this topic so we can learn how to avoid these pitfalls in characterization? Original twitter thread We Need To Talk About Frodo Lord of the Rings, by J.R.R. Tolkien Lord of the Rings film series The post Question …
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“Living in California, I've just come to accept the unsettledness of this era we're moving into. And I think that's really how I see the future. You know, we're living in an era of disruption, and there are others I talk to and write about in the book who also muse about the possibility of a more nomadic future. That maybe home isn't a permanent pl…
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An estimated one in two people will experience degrading environmental conditions this century and will be faced with the difficult question of whether to leave their homes. Will you be among those who migrate in response to climate change? If so, where will you go? Abrahm Lustgarten is an investigative reporter, author, and filmmaker whose work fo…
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In this episode of Confessions of a Debut Novelist, I’m talking to Aimée Walsh about her literary novel Exile. We discuss how she creates characters by observing strangers in real life, writing about sexual assault without showing the scene and how she connected with an agent by sliding into their DMs. Confessions of a Debut Novelist Bookshop* Buy …
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Tammy L. Grace, Author talks DEADLY DECEPTION and more with Pamela Fagan Hutchins on Crime & Wine. About Deadly Deception: The stage is set for murder, but the real crime will shock you to the core. In Deadly Deception, the thrilling fifth installment of the gripping private detective murder mystery series, Coop and AB find themselves immersed in a…
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Ask literary critics to name the greatest American novelists of the past 50 years and Don DeLillo’s name is sure to be there. DeLillo, now 87, has written more than 18 novels and has won awards ranging from the National Book Award and PEN/Faulkner Award to the Library of Congress Prize for American Fiction. Discussing his career during this episode…
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“I call myself an apocalyptic optimist. In other words, I do believe there is hope to save ourselves from the climate crisis that we have caused. However, I also believe that saving ourselves will only be possible with a mass mobilization that is driven by the pain and suffering of climate shocks around the world. A generalized sense of extreme ris…
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How can we make the radical social changes needed to address the climate crisis? What kind of large ecological disaster or mass mobilization in the streets needs to take place before we take meaningful climate action? Dana R. Fisher is the Director of the Center for Environment, Community, & Equity and Professor in the School of International Servi…
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