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The Creative Nonfiction Podcast with Brendan O'Meara is a weekly podcast that showcases leaders in narrative journalism, essay, memoir, documentary film, and radio. Brendan teases out the origins, habits, routines, and tactics these masters—Pulitzer Prize winners, New York Times bestsellers—use so that listeners can apply those tools to their own work.
 
For 16 years, the Modern Love column has given New York Times readers a glimpse into the complicated love lives of real people. Since its start, the column has evolved into a TV show, three books and a podcast. Now, we are excited to announce a relaunch of the podcast at The Times, hosted by Daniel Jones, the editor and creator of Modern Love, and Miya Lee, editor of Tiny Love Stories and Modern Love projects. Each week, we’ll bring you their favorite stories from the column’s vast archive, ...
 
Fanatix Four's AJ McRae & Parker Deal discuss the latest Nintendo gaming news & engage with the viewers of their weekly video essay series. New videos every week on our YouTube Channel. AJ's vid Tuesday, Parker's vid Thursday @ 4PM ET, New Podcasts every Saturday @ 10AM ET. Support this podcast: https://anchor.fm/dty/support
 
Weekly essays, book reviews, film reviews, and poetry reviews on Christ & culture by Daniel B. Clendenin. JourneyWithJesus.net serves the global church through scholarship, teaching in third-world seminaries, consulting, and the promotion of Christian philanthropy. This weekly webzine is published every week free of charge to all readers. Our mission vision is characterized by six values--biblical fidelity, cultural relevance, critical inquiry, pastoral sensitivity, global awareness, and ecu ...
 
Writing Class Radio is for people who love stories and who get inspired by hearing other people tell their stories and who wants to learn a little bit about how to write their own stories. You'll hear students write their way to the truth. And you'll hear students trying to deal as we follow them outside of class and into their real lives. Plus you'll hear all the juicy stuff that happens in writing class---resistance, crying, break-throughs, connection. There's no better way to understand o ...
 
“I do not wish to treat friendships daintily but with roughest courage. When they are real, they are not glass beads or frost-work but the solidest thing we know....” is how Ralph Waldo Emerson saw the ties of friendship in one of his essays titled Friendship, more than a hundred years ago. This and other interesting essays are included in Essays First Series by Ralph Waldo Emerson, the distinguished American philosopher and writer. Apart from writing, he was also a very gifted and popular p ...
 
This is Thresholds: a series of conversations with writers about experiences that completely turned them upside down, disoriented them in their lives, changed them, and changed how and why they wanted to write. Hosted by Jordan Kisner, author of the essay collection THIN PLACES. Thresholds is a Lit Hub Radio podcast. www.thisisthresholds.com
 
Get an inside look at how top business schools assess MBA applicants. Interviews with MBA Admissions Directors and students from the world's top-ranked MBA programs. Strategies and tips on how to craft a successful MBA application and best present yourself. Straight talk on how to get accepted to MBA programs like Wharton, MIT Sloan, Insead, London Business School, and many, many more.
 
First Draft: A Dialogue on Writing is a weekly show featuring in-depth interviews with fiction, non-fiction, essay, and poetry writers. First Draft: A Dialogue on Writing highlights the voices of writers as they discuss their work, their craft, and the literary arts. This weekly show hosted by Mitzi Rapkin is a celebration of creative writing and the individuals who are dedicated to bringing their carefully chosen words to print as well as the impact writers have on the world we live in.
 
The Write Start teaches you everything you need to know to start and build a successful and profitable freelance writing career. In jam-packed episodes, professional writer Lisa Iannucci will chat with other professional non-fiction, fiction, essay, and memoir writers who will share secrets to their success and discuss the pitfalls and obstacles to having a successful writing career. Lisa will also share her personal experiences from her own career. You'll learn so much in this podcast and y ...
 
Looking for study tips, help with essay writing, or advice on how to be a better student? Welcome to The Homework Help Show, a weekly show where we teach, assist, and offer valuable insights for student life. From study hacks to writing tips, discussions about student mental health to step-by-step guides on academic writing and how to write a resume, we've got you covered.
 
Writing an essay is not an easy business for a professional writer or a younger beginner. Both require following some techniques and approaches. A young beginner may face more difficulties as compared to a professional writer. They need to learn a lot regarding using different techniques, gathering material expression and arrangement of ideas. Essay writing does not have any easy prescription for success or tips to beat the system. Good strategies for collection of materials, analysis, think ...
 
The Three Essays on Religion were written at different times during Mill's life, and only published after his death. The first two, 'Nature' and 'The Utility of Religion' date from the 1850s - the period between the publication of 'The Principles of Political Economy' and 'On Liberty'. The third longer essay, 'Theism' was written between 1868 and 1870. The three essays were published posthumously in 1874. (Summary by Justin Brett)
 
A collection of 13 essays written between 1900 and 1908, published in 1910. The lead essay, "Revolution", outlines how and why London renounced capitalism as a failed social system and declared himself an active participant in the "socialist revolution", the last essay is an autobiographical piece, and the essays in between are on diverse subjects. A few of the “essays” are actually humorous short fiction stories; others are serious, sometimes angry rants against capitalistic greed and polit ...
 
Unf*cking The Republic (UNFTR) is a series of audio essays on the grand American experiment lovingly curated and presented by a quasi-anonymous political writer. Each essay reflects on a singular topic that is generally misunderstood or purposely obfuscated by the so-called “powers that be.” As we know, history is written by the victors and can be perilously manufactured to favor destructive world views. These views become intractably ingrained in the public consciousness and pervert public ...
 
Do you want to get a band 7 on the IELTS exam? IELTS exam preparation doesn’t have to be hard or boring! It can be fun! Lindsay and Jessica from All Ears English are back with a new way to help you achieve the IELTS score you need for the General or the Academic exam! We’ll give you IELTS strategies, practice, tips, tricks, and secrets using real English examples. We’ll show you how to take control of the Speaking Section by reducing anxiety, panic, and fear. You’ll learn what to do when you ...
 
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If there's a subject in which England has every right to claim knowledge through experience, it is the subject of rain. Poets, politicians, or labourers, we've lived a literally and metaphorically sheltered life if we haven't felt the chill of rain on our face. In her Rainsong Essay Dr Tess Somervell pulls together the many ways in which rain has b…
 
Three analytical Youtubers pose themselves open essay questions about games, shows, movies and entertainment media in general. The essay question today: Nothing, we just talk about Kara no Kyoukai! Link to the RSS feed: https://feed.podbean.com/essaysandespresso/feed.xml YouTube link to the episode: https://youtu.be/KJrMNJi7p0g Your hosts: Daniel S…
 
This week on our Academic Tip of the Week Series, our host and top writer, Lesley, shares a great tip for choosing the right argumentative essay topic. Tune in if you really want to make a decision that will help you write the most effective and powerful essay yet! Looking for study tips, help with essay writing, or advice on how to be a better stu…
 
George Saunders is the author of eleven books, including Lincoln in the Bardo, which won the 2017 Man Booker Prize for best work of fiction in English, and was a finalist for the Golden Man Booker, in which one Booker winner was selected to represent each decade, from the fifty years since the Prize’s inception. His latest book is A Swim in a Pond …
 
What price fame? With her debut novel, We Play Ourselves (Random House), writer and playwright Jen Silverman tells a comedic tale of theater life gone wrong, internet humiliation, a teenage feminist fight club, queer absurdist puppetry, the boundaries of documentary filmmaking, and a lot more. We get into the roots of her novel, what writing for th…
 
Weekly JourneywithJesus.net postings. Essay by Debie Thomas: *Looking Up* for Sunday, 14 March 2021; book review by Dan Clendenin: *Unworthy Republic; The Dispossession of Native Americans and the Road to Indian Territory* by Claudio Saunt (2020); film review by Dan Clendenin: *The Gift: The Journey of Johnny Cash* (2019); poem selected by Debie Th…
 
Barbara Chandler reared two boys around Fourmile, on the Boone Trace along the Cumberland River in Bell County, Kentucky, where her family has lived for over 100 years. Grandmother Dixie Bell Hensley Sizemore was born there in 1917. Her father, Richard Hensley, was postmaster and barber for the area. He and Dixie’s husband, Johnny, were coal miners…
 
On this week's episode of our weekly Nintendo gaming podcast AJ was joined by Dan & Lee to discuss the Nintendo Switch 4 years into its life, their favorite memories, changes they'd like to see in the future, the content they'd like Nintendo to work on, as well as early impressions for Smash Bros Ultimate 11.0 DLC, more Switch Pro rumors, Q&A, & MO…
 
Hey, folks! Mack, here, with a new episode. Today, we are looking at the insane animation of NY filmmaker, Bill Plympton. Plus, a new segment: 1983, What A Year!Time Codes:Intro: 0:00-4:59Plymptoons: 4:59-8:35The Tune: 8:35-11:38I Married A Strange Person: 11:38-16:32Mutant Aliens: 16:32-21:51Hair High: 21:51-24:48Idiots & Angels: 24:48-28:31Cheati…
 
“I’m from the government and I’m here to help.” These are the nine words Ronald Reagan called “terrifying.” Just another brick in the wall of disdain and deflection politicians use to get elected to the government they hate so much. Cascading structural failures in the system appears to give credence to claims of government incompetence but how muc…
 
Jenni Gritters, @jenni_gritters, a freelance writer and co-host of The Writers' Co-op Podcast with her friend and colleague Wudan Yan, comes by CNF Pod HQ to talk about all things freelance writing. Support the show by becoming a member at patreon.com/cnfpod. Newsletter: brendanomeara.com Twitter and Instagram @CNFPod.…
 
Writer and scholar Lauren Elkin describes the very particular grey of a rainy Paris in the time of year that the French revolutionary government called Pluviôse, the month of rain. She talks about the way a particular quality of grey sheen was captured by the French Impressionists, and with it a sense of melancholy. It's a vision that recurs in art…
 
I just wanted to talk about my mom. Meg and I co-wrote a memoir about our relationship called The First Ten Year: Two Sides of the Same Love Story. It comes out May 11th, more info and pre-order here. Call and leave us a message at (805) 366-3085, and we may include it in a future episode. This show currently does not have any income, and it takes …
 
In the third of her curated series of essays about the way rain is experienced across the globe, Nandini Das introduces the Australian poet and environmentalist Mark O'Connor. Mark explores the uniquely Australian experiences of rain, which include the vivid smell of it. The word petrichor was coined by Australian scientists to try and capture the …
 
This episode is about secrets, a mom/daughter relationship, and donor-conception, a subject that hit both Andrea and Allison in the heart. When Amanda Serenyi’s friend gets pregnant using donor sperm, Amanda freaks out because she herself was donor-conceived and her mother kept this a secret until she was 33. When Amanda first submitted this essay,…
 
Jean Ashley lives in Clemmons, North Carolina, and has spent much of her writing life editing and encouraging the writing of others—first as editor of her high school newspaper, then as editor of Furman University’s literary magazine, and later as an English teacher at Salem Academy. Since retirement, she has had time to devote to her own writing a…
 
When the rains of the fifth month, samidare, arrive in Japan it seems they'll never stop. In the second of Nandini Das's curated series of essays on rain and the way it's experienced across the globe, she invites art historian Timon Screech to introduce us to the rains of Japan where he now lives.The rains that flood country and city alike are also…
 
With her latest graphic memoir, I Know You Rider (Drawn & Quarterly), Leslie Stein reveals a piece of her life that she'd never shared with anyone: her decision to have an abortion. We talk about why she chose to tell that story, how her family reacted to the book, why she told the story in a direct, unmediated narrative, what it was like to have t…
 
Nandini Das, Professor of Early Modern Literature and Culture at Oxford, brings us stories and personal experiences of rain and the way it informs and combines with different cultures across the globe. Each of the five essays takes a particular sense and location as focus, beginning with Nandini's native India and the sound of rainfall. She recalls…
 
Welcome to lucky Episode 13 of The Write Start. I’m Lisa Iannucci, and this podcast is all about becoming a successful full-time freelance writer. I’ve been working from home and on the road for the last 25 plus years, writing books and writing for magazines, online publications, newspapers, and corporations. Each week on this podcast, you will lea…
 
On this episode of the Homework Help Show Student Influencers Series, we got to speak with Brent Colmer, an entrepreneur in the Durham Region (just outside Toronto, Ontario). A graduate of Durham College, Brent operates the brand Boy Who Blogs as well as an influencer marketing agency right from the mobile home he shares with his partner and their …
 
Natalie West is a Los Angeles based writer and educator. She worked as a professional Dominatrix while obtaining her PhD in Gender Studies. Her personal essays have appeared in Salon, Autostraddle, Kink Academy, Columbia Journal, and them. She moonlights as a sex work, BDSM, and queer community authenticity consultant for film and television. Learn…
 
Rant chats with Rachel Brown aka thanks for coming. They talk about art, the fear of being perceived, the world of fashion in New York City and The Sopranos, their shared experience of realizing you are gender non-conforming, and theoretical podcasts Rachel may start. Tracks: "Warmer" and "Niagra Falls" from To Be Honest, I Was Lying by thanks for …
 
The journalist Phil Hoad comes by to talk about this Atavist story "Cat and Mouse" about a rash of pet murders in London. We're also joined by lead editor Jonah Ogles, who unpacks Phil's pitch and what made the story irresistible. Keep the conversation going on social media @CNFPod and sign up for the monthly CNFin' newsletter at brendanomeara.com.…
 
Introducing 𝐁𝐨𝐛 𝐃𝐲𝐥𝐚𝐧 𝐚𝐥𝐛𝐮𝐦 𝐛𝐲 𝐀𝐥𝐛𝐮𝐦 𝐞𝐱𝐭𝐫𝐚 - a new Patreon subscription show! This is a fortnightly show exploring different parts of Dylan’s career. Episode 1 is on the Daniel Lanois production sound. Listen here👇 https://www.patreon.com/BDABAEBy Fuelled By Coffee
 
BecomingAmerica250.com is a new project to help people touch history where it happened during the 250th anniversary of a Southern colonial odyssey, 1769 to 1789 as we were becoming America. Randell Jones is the award-winning author of In the Footsteps of Daniel Boone and Before They Were Heroes at King’s Mountain. He has received two Kentucky Histo…
 
After helping four MBA applicants with their resume and essays, Darren realized he was repeating similar advice. In this episode, Darren shares how you can use the five senses - sight, sound, smell, taste and touch - to make your application more three dimensional. Topics Introduction (0:00) Sight - paint the scene (2:23) Touch - make the reader fe…
 
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