Welcome back, loyal listeners! This week, due to unforeseen occurrences, neither Al nor Aaron were able to make the cast. But because we had such an awesome guest lined up, we wanted to move forward and deliver a quality cast anyway. Steve McLain (former host) stepped up to the plate…
Welcome back, loyal listeners! We’ve got a special treat for you this week, our 100th episode extravaganza! Join us for this trip down memory lane with some familiar faces and voices. Steve McLain and Heather Luby join us to talk about the role they played in the podcast and what…
[box] http://aarongansky.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/12/e066giftsforthewriterinyourlife.mp3 [/box] Welcome back, loyal listeners! It’s that time of year again, when all good Americans rush out to the store (or the internet) to get gifts for their loved ones. This week, Al and Aaron Gansky talk about the gifts the writer in your life would love to…
This week we ponder the point of point of view. Which is right for your story or novel? First person? Second person? Third person? Steve and I explore the issue in depth (probably a little more depth than is actually necessary).
This week, Aaron is joined by Heather to talk, among other things, writing through our fears. We also discuss some literary news from around the country, including warning labels for the literary cannon.
Steve and Aaron discuss the next big trend in fiction.
Like it or not, at some point in your novel, you’ll need to do some fact finding. Here are five tips to help you do it well (and have some fun in the process).
[box] http://aarongansky.com/wp-content/uploads/2014/09/e055writingtermsrefresher.mp3 [/box] Welcome back, loyal listeners! This week marks the triumphant return of the super-busy Heather Luby! Aaron and Heather give you a quick crash-course on the jargon used by fiction writers, editors, and publishers. If you’ve got questions, let us know. As always, thanks so much for listening….
This week, Aaron is joined by novelist and director of the Blue Ridge Mountains Christian Writer’s Conference to talk about networking dos and don’ts.
Brian Bird joins hosts Aaron Gansky and Steve McLain to talk screenwriting (by popular demand).