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Best Sarah Enni podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Sarah Enni podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Film is changing. Business models, audience behaviour and technology are all rapidly evolving - transforming the way stories are told, sold and consumed. FILM DISRUPTORS is all about deconstructing these changes and championing the new players making it happen. In focused and inspiring interviews, senior film executive of over 17 years, Alex Stolz talks to leaders in the field to bring you essential ideas, techniques and strategies from the cutting edge. Whether you are an emerging storytell ...
 
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First Draft Episode #235: Kate DiCamillo Kate DiCamillo is one of six people to win two Newbery Medals, for her novels The Tale of Despereaux and Flora & Ulysses, and author of Newberry Honor book Because of Winn-Dixie, National Book Award finalist The Tiger Rising, as well as New York Times bestselling novels The Miraculous Journey of Edward Tulan…
 
The Body Coach himself turns up at Fearne's door (they're neighbours, don't you know) to discuss being a father of two, meeting your work goals... and being named GQ's worst dressed of the year. Thanks to the sponsors of this series, Mindful Chef. For 25% off your first 4 boxes, plus a free recipe book from founders Myles & Giles, go to mindfulchef…
 
First Draft Episode #234: Becky Albertalli and Aisha Saeed Becky Albertalli, New York Times bestselling author of Simon vs. the Homo Sapiens Agenda, Leah on the Offbeat, and co-author of What if it’s Us, and Aisha Saeed, New York Times bestselling author of Written in the Stars and Amal Unbound, teamed up to write Yes No Maybe So. This episode of F…
 
Jim & Pat's Glasgow West End Chat - Episode 82 In this episode Pat chats to writer Stewart Ennis. Stewart began his career as a journalist and a nurse, but now works as a writer, actor, lecturer, creative writing tutor and occasional photographer. Blessed Assurance (Vagabond Voices) - listed by Bottle Imp as one of Scotland’s Best Books of 2019 - i…
 
On todays episode Mike chats too Ben Cullis who is the editor of the new retro anthology The77. The comic showcases new UK talent and heroes from your childhood over 64 pages. Check it out here on kickstarter. Pete chats too Adam Falp about the comic process and his new comic which hes created with Tony Esmond, Atomic Hercules. Tom then reviews the…
 
First Draft Episode #233: Maggie Levin Maggie Levin is a director & screenwriter with rock n’ roll roots. She recently completed her debut feature My Valentine for Hulu & Blumhouse’s Into the Dark horror anthology series. She worked as a director and staff writer on Season 2 of Miss 2059, and is the director of The Friendless Five and more. This ep…
 
Chef Tom Kerridge works hard and, for a long time, played hard too. In this open and honest conversation with Fearne, one of Britain's finest chefs talks about his process, his addiction to work and the sacrifices he's made along the way. Thanks to the sponsors of this series, Mindful Chef. For 25% off your first 4 boxes, plus a free recipe book fr…
 
First Draft Episode #232: Maureen Johnson Maureen Johnson is the New York Times bestselling author of several YA novels, including 13 Little Blue Envelopes, Suite Scarlett, The Name of the Star, and Truly Devious: A Mystery. She has also done collaborative works, such as Let It Snow (with John Green and Lauren Myracle), and The Bane Chronicles (wit…
 
Todays episode features a chat with the creator of Follow Me In, Katriona Chapman. Katriona is the marketing manager for UK publisher Avery Hill and has been creating comics for many years, leading up to her first graphic novel Follow Me In in 2018. Kat talks about how she progressed to creating that book and the processes as well as her work with …
 
First Draft Episode #231: Marie Lu and Sarah Enni open the mailbag! Marie Lu is is the #1 New York Times bestselling author of the Legend trilogy, The Young Elites trilogy, the Warcross duology, and more. Her newest book, a historical YA fantasy, The Kingdom of Back, comes out March 3, and Skyhunter will be out in fall 2020! The presenting sponsor …
 
First Draft Episode #230: Miranda Popkey Miranda Popkey, essayist and debut author of Topics of Conversation. The presenting sponsor for this episode is The Slow Novel Lab, a six-week online writing and creativity course developed and taught by bestselling and award-winning novelist Nina LaCour (listen to her First Draft episodes here and here). Th…
 
First Draft Episode #229: Chani Nicholas Chani Nicholas is a Webby award-winning astrologer, and the New York Times bestselling author of You Were Born For This: Astrology for Radical Self-Acceptance. Links and Topics Mentioned In This Episode As a kid, Chani loved: Judy Blume, author of Are You There, God? It’s Me, Margaret and Forever; Toni Morri…
 
Pete chats to The Whore Chronicles creators Tony Esmond and Sarah Harris on this episode discussing the creation of the book and how it all came about. The book has been reviewed previously on the podcast and is well worth a read. Ian and Nikki review Billionaires by Darryl Cunningham and Stig and Tilde by Max De Radigues as well as giving their th…
 
First Draft Episode #217: Stuart Gibbs Stuart Gibbs, New York Times bestselling author of the Spy School series, the FunJungle series, the Moon Base Alpha series, and The Last Musketeer series. His newest series kicked off in 2019 with Charlie Thorne and the Last Equation. The newest FunJungle book, Tyrannosaurus Wrecks, is out March 24, and Spy Sc…
 
First Draft Episode #227: Courtenay Hameister Courtenay Hameister, debut author of memoir Okay Fine Whatever: The Year I Went From Being Afraid of Everything to Only Being Afraid of Most Things, and former host, co-producer and head writer of Live Wire Radio. Links and Topics Mentioned In This Episode Books by Beverly Cleary (author of Ramona Quimb…
 
Happy New Year one and all, Todays episode is a panel from the Lakes International Comic Art Festival 2019 which you can enjoy as we continue to stuff our faces with Christmas chocolate leftovers. The chat features Junko Mizuno (Hellbaby), Sean Phillips ( Hellblazer), Duncan Fregredo (Hellboy) and Lawrence Cambell (Hellboy). The panel is hosted by …
 
First Draft Episode #221: Tahereh Mafi and Sarah Enni open the mailbag! Tahereh Mafi is the New York Times bestselling and National Book Award nominated author of the Shatter Me series, as well as A Very Large Expanse of Sea. The final book in her Shatter Me series, IMAGINE ME, hits shelves March 31, 2020. Watch this episode as a video on the First…
 
First Draft Episode Re-release: Libba Bray (Eps (#18 and 19) Libba Bray, author of New York Times best-selling series A Great and Terrible Beauty, Printz award-winner Going Bovine, and genuinely terrifying historical paranormal The Diviners, among others, joins me to talk about having her rock collection stolen as a kid, that one time Wes Anderson …
 
First Draft Episode #224: Tim Baltz Tim Baltz, comedian and actor, co-created, co-wrote, and starred in Shrink, and can now be seen on HBO’s The Righteous Gemstones. He has also appeared in Bajillion Dollar Propertie$, The Opposition with Jordan Klepper, and Drunk History. Links and Topics Mentioned In This Episode Tim’s dad was a professional acto…
 
On this Christmas episode Ian and Nicole catch up on their through of a stack of comics as well as giving their favourite comics of the year. Tom continues this and has a review of the year and we have another feature length chat with Mike and Pete as they look at their top 3 Christmas comics ending with their favourite comic of the year. Comics di…
 
First Draft Episode #223: Amanda Montell Amanda Montell, debut author of Wordslut: A Feminist Guide to Taking Back the English Language, joins Sarah to talk about socio-linguistics, and her upcoming book Mindfuck: The Secret Language of Cults (Spoiler: You’re Already Using It). Links and Topics Mentioned In This Episode Amanda loved reading memoirs…
 
Jim & Pat's Glasgow West End Chat - Episode 81 Sarah Kudirka is an award winning contemporary artist based in Glasgow. We were enchanted by her work, which is about shapes and edges of things: objects, buildings and words. Her Polaroid City Skies series is about walking and looking up at the sky between tall buildings - in London, Berlin, Glasgow, …
 
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