Welcome to our new podcast series, Writers Talk. In our first podcast our writers talk about the British author, Neil Gaiman.
Do you have some time on your hands? As winter (or summer) sets in, why not unwind with a casual, conversational podcast discussing one of the world’s most interesting authors?
Today we are following that up with our first Writers Talk podcast.
What Is Writers Talk?
Writers Talk is the Writers Write podcast where our podcast hosts talk about everything to do with writers and writing.
The podcast is a more intimate setting that we will use to tell you how we feel about writing, books, and the authors that write them.
Why Should I Listen?
You should listen if you:
- Have an interest in writing and books and want to expand your knowledge.
- Just want to listen to an interesting conversation about a fascinating person or subject.
How Can I Get Writers Talk?
You can also listen to the podcast in this post – look for The Podcast below.
Writers Talk 1 | Neil Gaiman
Neil Gaiman is a well-known British Author and showrunner who is famous for writing Sandman, Stardust, American Gods, The Graveyard Book, and Coraline as well as co-writing Good Omens with the late Terry Pratchett.
They talk about:
- His history.
- His books.
- His writing.
- What you can learn from him.
Simply press play:
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We hope you enjoy this new show, and please feel free to leave feedback in the comments section.
The Podcast Hosts
Oliver Fox earned his BA in Creative Writing from the University of Memphis (’15) and his MFA in Creative Writing from the University of New Orleans (’21). He has worked as an editorial assistant for The Pinch literary journal (’16) and as a manuscript analyst for The Spun Yarn. He is a regular contributor to Writers Write and the author of The Fantasy Workbook. Read his blogs here and listen to his podcasts here.
More Posts From Oliver:
- Hard Or Soft Worldbuilding: Which Is Right For You?
- 7 Tips To Write Like Neil Gaiman
- Janet Burroway’s 4 Aspects Of Narrative Time
- Horror Masters: 3 Spooky Tips To Write Like Lovecraft, Poe, & King
- Billy Collins’s 6 Pleasures Of Poetry
More Posts From Christopher:
- 30 Excuses Not To Write Your NaNoWriMo Novel
- 10 Quotable Tips From Oscar Wilde On Writing
- 10 Methods To Effectively Avoid Writing
- 5 Things You Need To Know To Write Science Fiction
- The Greatest Fictional World Builders Series
The Last Word
We hope you enjoyed this podcast where our writers talk about Neil Gaiman. Look out for the next one in the series by subscribing to our Daily Writing Links.