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32 minutes | Aug 28, 2019
A Writing Coach’s Simple Techniques to Boost Creative Productivity
If you’re having trouble getting back on track—or just want to accelerate your current practice—then this episode is for you. Panio sits down with Jill Dearman, writing coach, editor, and author of Bang the Keys: Four Steps to a Lifelong Writing Practice, to discuss techniques for reigniting your creativity. Includes a special guided mindfulness session!
27 minutes | Aug 7, 2019
Fan Fiction: Why Write It?
In this episode Danielle Trussoni and Panio Gianopoulos talk about fan fiction, what it is, why it is so popular, and why writers might want to try writing it.
30 minutes | Jul 15, 2019
Writing Other People’s Characters with Ben Schott
Bestselling author Ben Schott, (Schott’s Miscellany, Schott’s Almanac), takes a surprising creative turn with his new book, Jeeves and the King of Clubs, an authorized follow-up to P.G. Wodehouse’s classic Jeeves and Wooster comic novels. If you’ve ever thought about writing a book in an existing series, or simply been curious about trying something totally different, this episode’s for you...
24 minutes | Jul 9, 2019
Beating Procrastination: Don't Put It Off
In this episode of Writerly, Danielle and Panio discuss the various ways they fight against the urge to procrastinate when writing. Every writer develops his or her unique way of avoiding a blank page, but wouldn't it be nice to kill procrastination before it starts? Join Writerly for tips about getting your writing done now, not later.
27 minutes | Jul 3, 2019
Publishing Trends With Rachel Kahan
What are the hot trends in fiction? Which trends have cooled? Should writers even care about what’s popular? Panio sits down with Rachel Kahan, executive editor of bestsellers such as Hidden Figures and the Friday Night Knitting Club series, to discuss the phenomenon of blockbuster titles—and how to increase your chances of writing one.
31 minutes | Jun 26, 2019
A Linguist Reveals the Weird, Wild, Witty World of Words
Language lovers rejoice! Panio talks with Amanda Montell, feminist linguist and author of Wordslut, about the weird, wild, witty world of words (whew!). Find out why using “like” is a sign of social intelligence, how “vocal fry” can be an act of conversational dominance, and why certain curse words are so much fun to say.
29 minutes | Jun 18, 2019
What’d I Miss?
Drama alert! Danielle’s title saga continues, Stephen King edits a problematic horror story collection, and Panio makes a bold announcement that he can’t take back (uh-oh!)
34 minutes | Jun 11, 2019
Where Poetry Can Take You: Matt Cilderman on the Value of Being a Writer
Being a writer is valuable, even if you don’t end up publishing a thing. On this week’s episode of Writerly, Danielle Trussoni speaks with Matt Cilderman of Cilderman Solutions about his journey from poet to online marketing, and the real value of being a writer.
35 minutes | Jun 4, 2019
Readers Need to Find You! Online Marketing with Matt Cilderman
There’s nothing more important for a writer than connecting with readers. Danielle speaks with Matt Cilderman, whose online marketing company Matt Cilderman is the author of “Blogging for Creative Entrepreneurs: A Guide to User Experience, Search Engine Optimization, and Content Creation”, which was published by The Futur. He is a noted speaker and educator with a Master’s Degree in the science of educational technology. Matt also owns Cilderman Solutions, a digital marketing agency in Bergen County, NJ, that focuses on helping your customers find you through strategy and inbound marketing.
40 minutes | May 28, 2019
Live from the Hudson Valley Writers Center
Welcome to the WRITERLY podcast, a weekly discussion of all things pertaining to the art and business of writing. In this episode, Danielle Trussoni and Panio Gianopoulos read from new work at the Hudson Valley Writers Center in Sleepy Hollow New York.
28 minutes | May 21, 2019
Maybe You Suck at Writing (and Why That's OK)
When was the last time you tried something new? Is perfectionism preventing you from following through in your creative pursuits? Panio has a hilariously candid talk with Karen Rinaldi, author of It’s Great to Suck at Something (and his first boss in publishing!) about building resilience, embracing imperfection, and finding joy in the pursuit rather than the goal.
36 minutes | May 14, 2019
A Bestselling Crime Writer on What We Get Wrong About Genre
Tod Goldberg, New York Times & international bestselling author of Gangsterland and Gangster Nation, joins Panio to discuss how to write a good psychopath, the morality of art, and why MFA programs need more genre writers.
27 minutes | May 7, 2019
5 Techniques for Creating an Unforgettable Title
To Kill A Mockingbird, The Unbearable Lightness of Being, Where the Wild Things Are... what do these classic titles have in common? Danielle Trussoni and Panio Gianopoulos dive into the mysterious naming process and offer up 5 simple strategies to help you come up with the perfect title.
26 minutes | Apr 30, 2019
How to Revise Without Ruining Your Work (or Your Life)
Cut! Tighten! Stitch! Danielle Trussoni and Panio Gianopoulos investigate the occasionally brutal, yet oddly satisfying revision process. How do you lose all that hard-earned material without regretting it? Do editors even do anything these days? Can you over-edit? Find out!
22 minutes | Apr 23, 2019
Should You Write Every Day?
In this episode of the Writerly podcast, Danielle and Panio discuss the merits of writing every day. Is it critical to success, or is there an argument to be made for taking it at your own pace?
21 minutes | Apr 16, 2019
Writing About Family Without Alienating Everyone You Love
For authenticity and power, there’s nothing like a great family story… but how do you spill family secrets and still survive Thanksgiving? Danielle Trussoni and Panio Gianopoulos wade into the messy art of writing about family.
15 minutes | Apr 9, 2019
Welcome to the WRITERLY podcast, a weekly discussion of all things pertaining to the art and business of writing. In this episode, Danielle Trussoni and Panio Gianopoulos discuss Danielle's love of 'classy' horror. They talk about Danielle's New York Times Horror column and voting for the Bram Stoker Awards.
28 minutes | Apr 2, 2019
The Business of Writing with Jane Friedman
Danielle Trussoni interviews Jane Friedman, whose book The Business of Being A Writer is an essential guide to creating a sustainable career as a working writer.
26 minutes | Mar 26, 2019
7 Strategies for Overcoming Writer’s Block
Danielle Trussoni and Panio Gianopoulos share 7 strategies from famous authors to break out of a creative slump. Learn how Stephen King, Elizabeth Gilbert, Jack London, Neil Gaiman, Anne Lamott (and more!) reignite their imagination and productivity.
25 minutes | Mar 19, 2019
Is Writer's Block Real?
Welcome to the WRITERLY podcast, a weekly discussion of all things pertaining to the art and business of writing. In this episode, Danielle Trussoni and Panio Gianopoulos investigate writer’s block. Where does this dreaded, creative slowdown come from? And what can be done about it?
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