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Short stories spark your imagination. Join author Susan Quilty as she uses simple writing prompts to free-write her way into strange, silly, or poignant tales. Biweekly episodes offer new stories.To learn more about Susan and her books, visit SusanQuilty.com.Note: Prior to 2023, every 5th episode featured story commentary instead of a new story.
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Prompt to Page

Jessamine County Public Library

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A JCPL librarian interviews published writers about their favorite writing prompts—exercises that can help inspire, focus, and improve your creative writing. Whether you’re a beginner or a pro, a novelist, essayist, or poet, you’ll find ideas and advice to motivate you to keep writing. A partnership with the Carnegie Center for Literacy and Learning.
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Are you a K-8 ELA teacher wondering how to get your students to write? This podcast is for teachers looking for a way to revamp and transform their writing time! You don't need daily lesson plans or prompts-you just need to understand what writers need! You will hear about the struggles, pitfalls, practices, and joy of teaching writing in a student-centered (workshop) model. Melissa provides writing instruction tips and writing instructional strategies that get students to write! Let's begin ...
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Mom Writes First helps moms write every day so that they can finally write, publish, and sell their first book! Write the book, write the blog, write fiction, write nonfiction, write in your journal, write the poem... Whatever your trying to write, this podcast helps you make time to write first. Get ready to be inspired, empowered, and supported on your writing journey. Follow @momwritesfirst on Instagram!
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Promptly Written

Ian Lewis and Matt Sugerik

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Join authors Ian Lewis and Matt Sugerik in a monthly short-fiction writing workshop in which each use an identical writing prompt to create a work of short fiction. First listen to their stories, and then stick around as they workshop their ideas. Discussion will touch on writing process, tips, inspiration, and more! We are only bound by the limits of our imaginations. Come and join two lifelong friends on a unique storytelling journey.
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A flash-fiction podcast where a handful of writers each make a story with a limited wordcount in a limited time. Each writer has just an audio prompt and five minutes to make a first draft. Then a fellow writer will give them the edits and suggestions they need to reach those final one hundred words. Created by Tom McNally for Red Button Audio
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Mini-episodes designed for your on-to go lifestyle. Each segment features relatable storytelling, journal writing prompts, a guided meditation and healing sound bath by LUCIANA. Perfect for your brain breaks, morning intentions, or before bed. Headphones are recommended for the best listening experience. New segments every Sunday.
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The Speakeasy Cafe Open-Mic Poetry Show airs every Thursday at 8 pm east coast time! Hosted by Nyla Alisia, this show offers non-stop poetic entertainment where it is all about YOU the POETS! The Speakeasy Cafe is an eclectic, supportive, passionate and inspiring place to come share your words, listen to other poets, inspire and be inspired! Poets write because they have something to say, come take the mic and say it! You are always welcome at the Speakeasy Cafe!
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Tune in to the award-winning, Reed, Write, & Create podcast to hear bite-sized pep-talks for BIPOC writers at every stage of the writing game. Author, educator, and creative writing coach, Lori L. Tharps (award-winning author of ”Hair Story,” ”Kinky Gazpacho,” and ”Substitute Me”) knows how hard it is to stay motivated and inspired to write - whether you’re working on that debut novel, a gut-wrenching memoir, or an essay about your trip around the world. Writing can be your passion, but that ...
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The Tiny Bookcase

Nico Rogers & Ben Holroyd-Dell

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The Tiny Bookcase is a short story writing and interview podcast. In each episode, our hosts (Nico & Ben) and the guest write a story using a shared prompt then read it for their own entertainment, and hopefully yours! Support the podcast on Patreon here: https://www.patreon.com/thetinybookcase?fan_landing=true
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Learn to write effective prompts for ChatGPT, Bard, Midjourney, DALLE, and other AI systems. Also hosting bi-weekly prompt engineering masterminds, where you bring a prompt and we all colaborate to improve it. Each episode we explore prompting techniques, interviews with experts and newbies, and tips on selling your prompts. Released weekly! Let me know who you'd like me to interview at PromptEngineeringPodcast.com Keep in touch: - https://www.linkedin.com/groups/14231334/ - https://t.me/Pro ...
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‘A Literary Salon in Your Living Room’ There are lots of ways to arrive at being a writer. In Black Writers: After Hours we uncover the backstories, creative habits, and outlets of key Global Majority writers. Join Commonword's host and poet, Radhaika Kapur, who will meet with other poets, lyricists, fiction writers and spoken word artists, in a low-key vibe. Think small club in the early hours. Sharing anecdotes, extracts and writing prompts to encourage your creativity, this podcast is a m ...
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Do you want to share your story, earn more money and make an impact with your writing? You're in the right place. On the Become a Writer Today podcast, Bryan Collins interviews creatives and best-selling authors. He profiles their writing processes, so you can learn about everything from writing your book to building a profitable creative business. Subscribe today!
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Poetry Pea is a poetry podcast from www.poetrypea.com. It features haiku and senryu and other Japanese short form poetry. There are lots of free writing resources, workshops from experts, readings of original poetry, haiku and senryu, as well as prompts and writing exercises. You can submit your haiku or senryu to Patricia and be featured on the podcast and in the Poetry Pea Journal. Let’s write together.
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Two Poets

Corey Keller, Ben Burleigh

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This podcast follows two poets, Corey and Ben, as they are challenged each week to write a poem, or short story, based on a listener prompt. As two creative individuals who are trying their hardest to find creativity in everything they do, they sit and discuss their writings and topics that surround all things creative. Occasionally they will be joined by guests to discuss the whimsical, the creative journey, and all the messiness that comes with pursuing creativity. Hosted on Acast. See aca ...
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Prompt Queens

Emily Dunbar & Hope Dunbar: songwriting & comedy

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Prompt Queens is songwriting/comedy podcast. Every episode we write to a new prompt, play our songs, discuss songwriting and the creative process, and invite you to play along at home. Hosted by Emily Dunbar & Hope Dunbar.
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As a small business owner, you know copywriting is one of the essential “skills to pay the bills.” But how often do you sit down at your laptop and struggle with knowing what and how to write? You’re not alone. It’s difficult to write your own copy (even for pro copywriters). Plus, when you’re juggling a family, clients, and a team... there just isn’t enough time in the day to do it all. It’s why sending an email to your list or updating your website never gets crossed off your to-do list. E ...
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Prompted

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Searching for that inspiration to write? Yearning for the most entertaining short fiction? Look no further! "Prompted" is the official podcast of the WritingPrompts section on reddit.com. Hear the best prompts, stories, and interviews with writers from the community!
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Through the lens of his daily dealings in leading an academic research fellowship, Dr Marc Reid shares with you his bite-sized thoughts on team management, motivation, public speaking, family balance, writing, mentoring, serial tasking, (not) multitasking, entrepreneurship, imposter phenomenon, and more. These bite-sized episodes promise one thing: Whether you’re a leader for the first time or the one hundredth time, you will leave every episode with one prompt or one consideration to take o ...
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The Victorious Writer is a daily podcast dedicated to helping motivate and inspire people who want to be writers to take the first step and start writing. Each episode features a writing prompt and can also feature motivation to write, advice from the host or guests, book reviews and more.
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Welcome to The Literary Sipper, a podcast about reading, writing, thinking, and parenting, all at the same time. I am your host, Amber Vitti Hill, a writer and mother who’s always looking for ways to stay creative no matter where my busy day may take me. Thank you for joining me especially when I know how valuable your free time is and how many other things you have to do on that never-ending to-do list. But if you’re trying to put something artistic out into the world, while also trying to ...
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Welcome to the By The Cottage Hearth podcast! Join your host, Dana Maree, while we contemplate the ways we can describe the seemingly intangible aspects of our work, reflect on different perspectives of guests speaking about their own paths, and consider the way you share your own message. Explore the journey of being a Healer and your calling to help others with the wisdom alchemised through your own experiences. You can also see the video version of the podcast on Youtube: https://youtube. ...
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Death by Footnote

Emberworks Creative

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Death by Footnote is a historical fiction podcast that challenges authors to a monthly prompt. After writing a short story that meets the assigned genre and historical niche, they read them aloud and nitpick on historical detail, historical efficacy, and good storytelling
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Welcome to Storybreakers! The show where we come up with a brand new film plot, off the top of our heads and give it away for free. In each episode, our host, Chris Brennan, is joined by a professional writer or creative spirit, and together, they collaborate on building a complete story idea from beginning to end.
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The Magic of Songwriting with Francesca de Valence

I Heart Songwriting Club, Francesca de Valence

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Ever wish you had a songwriting mentor with over two decades of experience encouraging and supporting your songwriting success? 'The Magic of Songwriting' is all about helping you reconnect with and experience the transformation, joy and magic of songwriting to become the songwriter you’ve always dreamed of being. In this podcast, award-winning songwriter, educator, and founder of I Heart Songwriting Club, Francesca de Valence, guides you to have songwriting breakthroughs. In her solo episod ...
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This is the show where we take one writing prompt and run with it! We write everything from science fiction, to fantasy, to realism. We also discuss topics such as fan fiction, RPGs and how to defeat writer's block. If you're looking to hear some original creative writing, or if you're a writer looking for inspiration and writing tips, give us a listen! Want to get involved with our show? Find us on Instagram @promptedwritingpodcast and DM us.
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It’s a podcast on writing for anyone who’s “not a writer.” Best-selling author and Founder of Find Your Voice Allison Fallon explores the power of the written word to create change in yourself, your community, and in the world through interviews with authors, reviews of powerful books, and short motivational prompts to get you moving in the right direction.
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Inspirations cause creations. Every Inspiration has multiple paths it can take. Join me Davis Gilbert and my guest host as we share the stories, we create from the writing prompts that inspired us, travel along the mental path we took to finish them. Join us at the Crossroads of inspiration and explore creation with us.
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Prompety Prompt

Letty Butler & Stephen Mellor

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Join Letty Butler and Stephen Mellor (also known as Dave) for a game show that shines the spotlight on new and existing writers, via the medium of chatting, creative prompts and live writing challenges. We have two different guests every episode - novelists, poets, spoken word artists, script and screenwriters. You can also play along at home, so send us your work and it might just end up on the show!
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We are a monthly writing workshop for survivors of trauma. These are the recordings of our meetings with just Jenna and Talia’s parts to keep our members privacy safe. Most episodes are two writing prompts and a healing exercise. Some will be discussions between Jenna and Talia about topics that come up while sharing. We hope this podcast will help you redefine your story in your words. We want healing to happen through bonding with other survivors and through the outlet of writing.
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A podcast where I ask you to give me creative prompts to write to. I write a piece and perform it on the show. It’s that simple. Feed me please. Produced by Castaway Studios, Collingwood, Australia
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Do you find yourself seeking new implementations when it comes to literacy instruction? Do you crave fresh ideas and engaging lessons to transform your students into skilled readers and writers? The Literacy Dive Podcast was created to provide educators, like you, with actionable steps and strategies to improve teaching reading and writing. Your host, Megan Polk, is the creator and owner of The Literacy Dive, a company that creates educational, literacy curriculum that aims to close the gap ...
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"Welcome to The Prompt Lair, a thought-provoking and enlightening podcast dedicated to the exploration of prompt engineering and artificial intelligence. Each week, we delve into the fascinating world of AI, showcasing its capabilities, and deciphering its complexities. We take you on an intriguing journey, presenting various prompts and exploring how these instructions can produce unexpected, insightful, and even amusing responses from AI models. Through engaging conversations with leading ...
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Writing Spirituality

Gwyneth Box and Lucia Moreno-Velo

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A miscellany of inspiration, tools, tips, prompts and talks with experts, for writers, community leaders and others working in the spiritual field. Brought to you by Lucía Moreno-Velo and Gwyneth Box of the Grounded Spirit Project.Join us each week as we choose a text to read – as writers – and discuss it, paying attention not just to the content, but to the techniques and tools the author has used. Every fourth week, we’ll invite a guest writer to talk to us about their experience, successe ...
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Writing Your Best Self

Georgina El Morshdy

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Journaling is an incredible self-improvement practice that will help you cultivate the introspection and self-awareness you need to become your best self. Each week on this podcast, we explore tried-and-tested techniques, along with journaling prompts and interviews with passionate journalers, to help you dig deeper into yourself. With the help of this podcast, you can access your unique wisdom, expand your self-awareness, and become your most authentic self. Let's start writing 💕
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Book Year is a podcast dedicated to helping women write their books and heal their stories. Writing Coach and Founder of For Women Who Roar, Megan Febuary explores the power of writing, creativity, and stories our bodies tell. With inspiring writing prompts, meditations, and interviews with authors, you will find no shortage of inspiration for your Book Year.
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Off The Notepad

Weird Existence Productions

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Behold Victoria D'Angelo and Helika Campbell: the grandest, greatest, finest undergraduate creative writing majors in the world. We strive to fit the square peg into the circular hole while we discuss how certain characters can be molded into a variety of fiction writing prompts.
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The Prompted by Nature podcast is a series of interviews punctuated by meditations and writing prompts inspired by each conversation. It explores the connection between nature and creativity through story-telling. Guests include Naturalists and Environmentalists, Herbalists, Botanists, Wildlife Experts, Therapists, Nature Writers and Photographers, Outdoor/Wilderness Guides, Artists, Climate Change Activists and so any more inspiring souls using their creativity to work in and with nature.
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Level up your writing practice with readings from a diverse array of womxn writers, and discover their tips and tricks. For writers and would-be writers looking for a dose of confidence, Fierce Womxn Writing delivers weekly inspiration and information. Host Sara Gallagher interviews guests on their practice and process, and the author reads from their work. The show ends with a writing prompt for you to use at home. Join the community conversation between episodes on Instagram @fiercewomxnwr ...
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Fresh Creatives

Potluck Podcast Collective

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Fresh Creatives is a podcast about creating new stories! Join our hosts as they create fresh new story treatments from scratch! We get our ideas from random story prompt generators, twitter memes, and directly from you! Tired of the same old stories coming from mainstream media? Join us for something fresh and creative!
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Join MacK and Mags in their literary journey. i.e. We're going to talk about books, writing, words, and writing prompts until you feel the urge to write a novel. Or just read a book. Cover art photo provided by Nicole Honeywill on Unsplash: https://unsplash.com/@nicolehoneywill
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Revive the Joy in Writing with these Journal Prompts . Basically, a workshop for moms to help them add joy back to their writing practice. In this episode: Six journal prompts designed to help busy moms rediscover the joy and fun in writing. Make writing enjoyable Overcome the barriers to fun writing Learn from your inner child, on what it means to…
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In honor of National Library Week (last week anyway!) I wanted to talk about one of my happy places. Do you have your library card? Do you seek out the large city libraries on your vacations? Do you use the library for a quiet space, inspiration, research? Let me know. And if you haven’t read Susan Orlean’s The Library Book, I highly recommend it. …
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In today's story, Infinity Plus One, two sisters argue over who loves cinnamon toast the most. Today's prompt was loosely chosen based on my use of an infinity strap during a virtual yoga class. It's one of my favorite yoga props, a short cotton strap sewn in the shape of an infinity sign or figure eight. As always, this story was written from the …
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Author Mea Smith discusses her journey through determining her worth and shares epiphanies about how it connects to creativity in this special QWERTY interview with a creative. Joy E. Rancatore asks Mea foundational and process questions and prompts her to share a special QWERTY challenge with listeners. Tune in to be inspired, enlightened and upli…
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Poetry Pea presents a live poetry reading, haiku and haibun from a group of North American poets, from, shall we say, a younger generation of poets. Read the show notes here. Thanks to Alex for hosting of this episode and to our lovely poets: Antoinette Cheung Nicky Gutierez Carly Siegel Thorp Ari Azimuth aka Brown Weasel Ryland Li Matt Snyder, one…
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If you're a writer who works another job to make a living, poet Robin LaMer Rahija has some advice for you. "I think ideas and thoughts and little tiny chunks of motivation come to all of us throughout the day," she says. "Just stop and write them down and save them for later. And get in the habit of not ignoring that impulse toward a creative act.…
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Episode #28 of the podcast is dedicated to the literary life and legacy of Jessie Redmon Fauset, the most prolific novelist of the Harlem Renaissance, and also, sadly, the most overlooked and under-appreciated. On this episode of the Reed, Write, & Create podcast, I will be sharing Fauset’s fascinating life story, as well as four reasons why she is…
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Reviving the Joy in Writing: Tips for Busy Moms Let's explore how moms who write can rediscover the joy in their writing process. Learn six actionable tips aimed at helping moms avoid taking their writing too seriously Understand how to stop sapping all the fun out of the creative process. Use childhood experiences to remember the joy of writing Le…
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Getting students in upper elementary on grade level with their reading and comprehension skills can be challenging because there are so many factors and reasons why they’re lacking in that area. However, one of the biggest reasons is a lack of fundamental and foundational skills. I talked in last week’s episode about the different areas this can be…
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In the balance of life, we learn when to be flexible and when to be firm. How often do you take notice of the patterns in your life? In what ways are you committed to the "same old way" of doing things? In this mini-sode, I share how our subconscious mind (or Source/God/Spirit/intuition) can be guiding us toward new cycles and beginnings....without…
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The SPEAKEASY CAFE ~ONLINE!~ OPEN MIC POETRY RADIO SHOW INSPIRE AND BE INSPIRED! Show time: 5:00pm West coast - 8:00pm East coast REMEMBER TO CALL IN EARLY!! The call in number is 646-595-3965 Info: You do not have to be logged in to listen to the show, but you do to join in the Poet's chat-room. It's a good way to network with other writers and th…
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Overcoming Procrastination and Embracing Your Writing Journey as a Busy Mom In this empowering episode of Mom Writes First, Jen shares insightful strategies to help busy moms conquer procrastination and kickstart their writing ambitions. Unlike conventional advice, Jen unpacks procrastination not as a sign of laziness but as an avoidance of discomf…
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Hi Friends, This is the eternal question: What do I do with all of my old journals, scraps of ideas, notebooks, and napkins? What if they hold the key to my best work and I am too blind, or too lazy to go through them all to find it? Well, this week we talk about: Intention. And also, how are you using them now? We also talk about the disappearing …
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Do you get daunted by your writing projects, and feel hesitant about taking the next step? Tune in to this episode in which internationally famous librettist, poet and playwright, SuAndi explains her journey from humble beginnings, by daring to say yes. A must-listen for those summoning up the courage to take the plunge in a new direction. Read mor…
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In this episode of ill communication, we are doing a follow-up on the episode last week all about the anatomy of a great storytelling email. In that episode, I shared the essential components of a storytelling email: the hook, story, segue, and so-what. Now, I’m diving deeper into what a segue is and how to write one for your storytelling emails. T…
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Are you getting ready to attend a writers’ conference? Guess what? So am I! And I want to make the most of my time there, so let’s think through what will help with that. You’re likely going for at least two reasons: to learn and to connect. You might also be going to pitch your project. Let’s prep, plan, and pack to get the most out of this upcomi…
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This episode holds the key to transforming your instruction from WRITING-focused to WRITER- focused! What we say shows so much to ourselves and our writers about what we value! We want our writers to know that we value them and what they do as writers! What we say also forms what we think. Focusing our language on the writer will help you to focus …
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Harness the power of your thoughts to achieve your writing goals! You can write more by choosing better thoughts, and this episode shares a tool, called the Thought Bridge, to help you do just that! Learn how to shift beliefs about time management to help you reach your writing goals. Learn the Thought Bridge tool, and understand how it is based on…
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We are back in your ear holes with an audio podcast! Today we sit with Fable & Script and talk about painting, community and rebranding yourself as an artist. We had such a wonderful conversation! Come join us! ---------------------------- Each week on Two Poets podcast, we talk about living life as a creative individual and what that entails. Join…
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A companion podcast to S7E14. This podcast by Poetry Pea offers: more examples of poems by the disciples of the master haiku poet Basho illustrations of the single object method of writing an answer to the the question: all hokku are single object poems, aren't they? You may not agree, in which case, let me know. Hope you enjoy the poetry, it's alw…
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Learn a coaching prompt designed to help busy mom writers confront and move past limiting beliefs that hinder their writing goals. Learn: How thoughts and beliefs directly affect your ability to achieve writing aspirations. How thoughts and beliefs create our results in our life. Journal prompts that help mom writers explore beliefs that may be blo…
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One, if not the biggest, thing we focus on as literacy teachers is getting our students to be successful readers. But as upper elementary teachers, you know that you will have several students in your class who struggle with reading comprehension. This then becomes a major focus in our classrooms, but we know a student’s lack of reading comprehensi…
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Welcome to the By The Cottage Hearth Podcast! My name is Dana Maree and in this episode, I explore the process of alchemizing the wisdom from your wounds, what to do when it's a wound that needs more time, and my own experience with burn out working from a wound that still needed work. Watch the video version of the podcast on Youtube: https://yout…
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Welcome to the By The Cottage Hearth Podcast! My name is Dana Maree and in this episode, I unpack the power of storytelling, why we've gravitated towards sharing our experiences for thousands of years, and how you can capture and relay the magic of your work through your stories. You can also get access to my free training "Translate your Energy in…
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Welcome to the By The Cottage Hearth Podcast! My name is Dana Maree and in this episode, I explore my own origin story including where my passion of self expression came from, why shame coaching really helped me evolve and grow into who I am as a Healer and why you shouldn't be afraid to walk to the beat of your own drum. You can also see the video…
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"If there's something that you're passionate about, do it now." - Michelle Dennis Join me by tuning into this "Mini-Chat" and welcoming Michelle Dennis to this exclusive series, where I sit down and chat with interesting individuals making a difference in our community by being their unique Self. This segment is also available on YouTube. Michelle …
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The SPEAKEASY CAFE ~ONLINE!~ OPEN MIC POETRY RADIO SHOW INSPIRE AND BE INSPIRED! Show time: 5:00pm West coast - 8:00pm East coast REMEMBER TO CALL IN EARLY!! The call in number is 646-595-3965 Info: You do not have to be logged in to listen to the show, but you do to join in the Poet's chat-room. It's a good way to network with other writers and th…
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Do what's best for you because only you know yourSelf best. I am riding the waves of change and transition, as told through this BO&LO (Burnt-out and Laid Off) series on my podcast. After 2 weeks off from podcasting and creating, I embodied the lesson: it's OK to let go. Trust in your Self and the support systems you've created to allow yourself sp…
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Not every songwriter will get a publishing deal, so we pose some questions to Mark Sholtez that may help songwriters understand how they can succeed as a songwriter without a music publishing deal. Having had success both as a published and self-published songwriter, Mark offers invaluable insights to this question. Timestamp: 3:00 - What is an ess…
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Let’s dive into something that trips up a lot of people when they sit down to write an email -how to weave in a personal story. I know a lot of business owners want to write emails like this… but they think it’s super hard or complicated. But guess what? It’s not! So in this episode of ill communication, I’m sharing The Anatomy of a Great Storytell…
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School leaders, teachers and students are frustrated with writing, and I know why! I find that getting teachers to see writing instruction in a new way to be extremely helpful. One way I have accomplished this is in my comparison to teaching math, as well as the goal of using math in our lives vs using writing. This episode lays out this view point…
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In today's story, Tread Softly, a young woman reflects on lessons she learned from her older brother. Today's prompt was inspired by a book of the same title. When I was young, I loved Tread Softly by Corinne Gerson. I recently tracked down a copy and was delighted to read it again. As always, this story was written from the prompt, with no plannin…
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Authors Joy E. Rancatore and Mea Smith dispel negative emotions toward motivation in the creative life for Episode 15 in Season 5 of QWERTY Writing Life. They present a QWERTY theory about the aspects of motivation and two QWERTY-identified types of motivation. Personal examples from their recent creative lives show how they arrived at this candid …
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On this podcast from Poetry Pea you will learn: How to write single object haiku & senryu poetry and get your work published using a variety of techniques Reversing expectation Toriawase Using senses Sketch from life Looking beyond the boundary Yūgen Show notes here. You can submit haiku & senryū for this topic to Poetry Pea May 1-15 2024. Become a…
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Hi Friends, What creative pursuit can offer you a second chance at being a beginner? Here are a couple of great links to check out about some of the people I mention on the podcast this week: An interview with Tom Waits about Songwriting. An interview with David Byrne about Art. Baryshnikov on Theater. Enjoy and let me know what your pairings are. …
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A flash-fiction podcast where a handful of writers create an original story with a limited wordcount in a limited amount of time. In this episode we get to grips with life, death and the bell that tolls. The stories are: 'The Squeaky Wheel' by Amelia Armande 'Send in the clowns' by Joshua Crisp 'In the Bathyscaphe' by Paul Davies 'A Cautionary Tale…
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On episode 27 of the podcast, award-winning poet and debut novelist, Phillip B. Williams, is on the show. You might have heard about Williams because his brand new novel, Ours, was one of Oprah’s most anticipated books for 2024. Ours is an epic story about a conjure woman named Saint, who goes around destroying plantations in the south, and then fr…
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I’ve always made it a priority of mine to find simple yet effective strategies that support literacy teachers in the classroom. One of our main jobs as literacy teachers is to provide our students with the skills to become successful readers and writers. And one way to do that is by giving your students scaffolds to support their literacy growth an…
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Is getting published your goal? Join us for this new series and learn how to find your pathway to publishing success. Black Writers: After Hours is a literary salon in the form of a podcast – we’ll be meeting a pastry chef turned poet, lyricists, a radical playwright, and a creative climate champion In this first episode, Radhaika meets bona fide c…
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If you didn’t receive this book as a gift this year, go get it for yourself at your local independent. It’s worth it. Here is a link if you need it. If you did receive it as a gift, lucky you. You are loved. Read it and start practicing. If you need a gift for someone, this is a good one . But the greatest gift you can give to yourself and to other…
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The last two flash fiction stories of season 7 were written with a Harris Burdick image in mind. And boy, we were not disappointed with the submissions for this prompt. We're sharing I Don't Want to Behave, written by Carolyn Ward-Daniels. And The Quest, written by Bob Sharp. Massive thanks to everyone that submitted flash fiction stories for this …
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It’s no secret that I love the Beastie Boys. They actually inspired the name of this podcast! Their autobiography is where my love of the Beastie Boys collided with my love of the written word. The Beastie Boys Book is a masterclass in writing and storytelling. In this episode of ill communication, I’m sharing three important things that the Beasti…
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Ready to take back your time and add hours to the day so you can finally manage it all? Then you have to check out the FREE Time Audit Guide. You'll get coaching, worksheets, and tips on running your first time audit so that you can finally write your book without burning out. It's absolutely free, and it's my way of supporting and empowering YOU! …
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