Best creativewriting podcasts we could find (Updated May 2018)
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Turn writing into more than a hobby, make it your career. Stephan Bugaj (Pixar's Brave, Wall-E, The Incredibles), Justin Sloan (Telltale's Game of Thrones, Walking Dead, and Minecraft: Story Mode), and Kevin Tumlinson (Citadel, Lucid, The 30-Day Author) give you their advice on writing for books, movies, video games and more, and occasionally try to sound smarter by having on amazing guests.
 
The Creative Writers Toolbelt gives practical accessible advice to Creative writers.Each episode explores an aspect of creative writing technique, with examples, allowing you to apply what you learn immediately to your writing. We also throw in the occasional interview with writers and other artists, exploring their wisdom on subjects like story, style, character and the writing process
 
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Creative Writing
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The tracks on this album offer an invaluable insight into a wide range of techniques and practices surrounding Creative Writing. Writers as diverse as Alan Ayckbourn, Ian McMillan and Tanika Gupta talk openly about their approaches and attitudes to all aspects of writing from original concept to final drafts and productions. Writing for stage, print, television and radio is discussed in engaging and articulate detail. This material forms part of The Open University course A363 Advanced creat ...
 
The Creative Writing Podcast is here to aid in helping you to enhance your craft. There will be writing games, pep talks, challenges, writing resources to help you along. We’ll also be showcasing the works of writers on our shows, allowing them to discuss it in a live forum. Published authors get a lot of attention for what they do, but some times they forget that they were once like us: Writing for fun not quite for the glory.http://thecreativewritingpodcast.blogspot.com/Email: Momb411@comc ...
 
Your place to hear the latest fiction and poetry from America's creative writers. Tune in every Tuesday for brand-new short stories, poetry, and fiction you'll ONLY find on Creative Writing Outloud.Every week you're invited to download a new episode of narrated fiction and poetry to spark your imagination and creativity. Are you a fan of audio books? Then this podcast is a great way to get the same experience while simultaneously exposing yourself to new work from great authors and poets acr ...
 
A Creative Writing Blog and Podcast by R. Brady Frost
 
Creative Writing - Audio
 
Host of the Inside Creative Writing Podcast, Fiction Writer, and Creative Writing Teacher
 
Creative Writing S1
 
English and Creative Writing
 
More Stories is the creative writing podcast focused on process, craft, and great literature. More Stories is hosted by author and creative writing instructor, Eric Sheridan Wyatt. More Stories is produced by Words Matter Creative Writing Instruction in Palmetto, Florida.
 
Fire Up Your Fiction!
 
Creative Writing S1
 
A Writer's Life Podcast is not for you. Don't listen. You're going to absolutely hate it. For the love of God, man, look away. Stop reading this. Go...now. The literary world hates humorous approaches to their Kraft. That's right, Kraft. See what I did there? That's what we call metaphoric subversion. A term I just made up along with everything else I say on this horridly un-classy podcast. So if you know what's good for you, put "NPR" and "literature" in the podcast search field and listen ...
 
Mike's Always Right—hosted by Mike Eiman—is high in fiber, and jam packed with inane ramblings about fiction writing, self-publishing, marketing, coffee and whatever else happens to strike Mike's fancy.
 
David Morley, Director of the Warwick Writing Programme, leads you through a series of creative writing challenges designed to help you develop your creativity and talent as a writer and reader.
 
Write for Your Life is a show about creative writing, copywriting, reading, and the ever-changing publishing industry. Look out for advice, opinions, nonsense and some very special guests. Hosted by Donna Sørensen & Iain Broome.
 
The Writing University podcast offers recordings of writing events associated with the University of Iowa. Such events include the Iowa Summer Writing Festival's "Eleventh Hour" craft talks, as well as readings from the International Writing Program and other departments on campus.
 
This album provides the budding author with everything they need to know about approaching the art of fiction writing. Each track contains discussions and interviews with best-selling novelists from a variety of backgrounds including Alex Garland, Louis de Bernières, Abdulrazak Gurnah and Monique Roffey. This enlightening and engaging series tackles the practicalities and pitfalls of writing fiction. It contains invaluable advice on the creation of characters, the structure of narratives and ...
 
Updates & analysis of all things story. From screenplays to novels to deep theoretical story structure, this podcast is aimed at providing the secrets to great storytelling.
 
Creative Writing for the Timid
 
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Totally Composed
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There is more to writing than just writing. Good writing involves seduction, persuasion, logic, charm, wisdom, wit, humor, and so much more. It involves abstract (yet fundamental) things that are rarely discussed in writing books. This podcast will look at the interplay between writing and psychology, philosophy, and even spirituality.
 
A little bit of everything from the world of writing, publishing, and marketing. Sharing tips to help new and experienced writers strengthen their work and get it in the hands of readers.
 
Culture Night Readings at Dublin City Public Libraries
 
Life Through the Eyes of Storytellers
 
AAWW Radio is the podcast of the Asian American Writers' Workshop, a national nonprofit dedicated to the idea that Asian American stories deserve to be told. Listen to AAWW Radio and you’ll hear selected audio from our current and past events. We’ve hosted established writers like Claudia Rankine, Maxine Hong Kingston, Roxane Gay, Amitav Ghosh, and Hanya Yanagihara, as well as more emerging writers like Ocean Vuong, Solmaz Sharif, and Jenny Zhang. Our events are intimate and intellectual, qu ...
 
"What, Like It's Hard?" is a podcast about writing movies starring three people who have never made a podcast or written a movie. Armed with nothing but crappy laptops and a dream, our three impassioned novices Dale, Kellie, and Spencer have set out to document the free-wheeling journey that begins with a lot of bad ideas and ends with, God willing, a finished screenplay.
 
Author James Scott interviews writers, editors, agents, and book lovers of all types about what goes into their writing and what they get out of their reading.
 
Lessons in creative writing from a ghostly array of great novelists, poets and playwrights such as Ted Hughes, W.B. Yeats and Allen Ginsberg. Presented by Cathy FitzGerald.
 
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Start Writing
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Creative Writing Workshops in Toronto
 
The Think in Translation podcast is a literature podcast series featuring international authors, translators, publishers and booksellers, with the aim of making translated books accessible to all readers. Created by Vagabond Voices Publishing with the support of The Space and Creative Scotland. We post new episodes every second Thursday, starting 29 March. Twitter: @VagabondVoices Facebook: @vagabond.voices #ThinkInTranslation vagabondvoices.co.uk/think-in-translation
 
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The Worried Writer
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Creative Writing for the Timid
 
Voices in the Valley celebrates the creative spirit and nurtures the art of storytelling. Steph and student host Zach swap stories and share life with authors, artists, entrepreneurs, performers, producers, directors and filmmakers. Voices in the Valley provides a forum for a diversity of narratives to be heard. Broadcast from the St. Croix River Valley, and powered by our nonprofit StoryArk.org, we also feature local flavor and interesting news. Adventure with us through a variety of topics ...
 
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Korbin's Korner
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Join Korbin Voss, ghost writer of over 100 ebooks, entrepreneur, and now author himself, as he takes you on the journey of becoming a published author and discusses writing and the industry along the way!
 
We run creative writing courses at Faber and Faber. Follow for exclusive tips and insights into the writer's life.
 
Phil Hampton interviews top creatives in the fields of entertainment, art and thought leadership about how they created their best work. We'll be discussing the mindset, environment, productivity and creative strategies needed to regularly produce high-quality work, and the business strategies to increase your income from it.
 
Listen to two independent filmmakers pitch their outlandish movie ideas to AAA Ryan (Average American Audience) who will decide if their films will be a success or not.
 
STORIES TELLING STORIES is a pop-culture podcast that finds unfinished stories in existing media (mainly movies and TV) and fills in the details to make them complete.
 
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Project Fifty Walks
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A series of guided literature walks around Newcastle upon Tyne. Each walk is filled with prose, poetry and script by writers inspired by images of the city.
 
Jane Crown's poetry radio invites poets and small press publishers to interview on their craft.
 
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Alpinist
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Since 2002 Alpinist has striven to push creative boundaries with everything we do, from award-winning climbing journalism and creative writing to photography and art. Now, with the Alpinist podcast, we aim to extend our conversations with climbers and community members into interviews and oral histories that will entertain and educate our listeners with everything from dramatic and humorous adventure tales to in-depth discussions of the most significant issues in the climbing world today. Mo ...
 
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Free Beer & Fiction
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Free Beer & Fiction is a creative writing workshop in which participants were given a month to write a short story, based on a specific topic, to be read aloud in under 20 minutes in front of an audience. Best enjoyed with a beer.
 
Literature is defined as "imaginative or creative writing, especially of recognized artistic value." Spirituality is defined as "the quality or state of being concerned with religion or religious matters." The purpose of this podcast is to examine how these two subjects intersect with one another and how they relate to our lives.
 
An award winning storyteller and creative writer passionate about using her curiosity and wit to spark fires inside others. Find more at: www.patreon.com/yodawill
 
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Firewords Podcast
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Firewords is a creative writing podcast run by the editors of Firewords literary magazine. Our aim is to help writers improve their craft and chances of publication.
 
Writer and Creative Writing Teacher
 
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Books, books, books!
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Weekly podcast reviewing books and giving tips and tricks on creative writing
 
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Tim Mackie Sermons
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I’m a pastor at Door of Hope church in Portland, an adjunct professor of Hebrew and Old Testament at Western Seminary, and a creative writer for The Bible Project. I’ve been utterly fascinated with Jesus and his Jewish heritage ever since I became a Christian at 20 years old through an urban outreach ministry to skateboarders in Portland, called Skate Church.I discovered the wonderful world of biblical studies and languages at Multnomah University and Western Seminary and had the privilege o ...
 
Join Tammy Coron (@Paradox927) and Tim Mitra (@timmitra) on an epic journey. Topics include interactive design and development, animation, creative writing, technical writing, gaming, movies, music, and zombies. Yes… zombies. You didn’t think we’d forget about zombies… did you!?
 
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In this episode, Edward Porter reads his short story "Why Wait, Why Bother?" which can also be read in full online at the Hudson Review:https://hudsonreview.com/2014/11/why-wait-why-bother/#.Wwi-VdMvzjAOff the Page is a podcast of stories, essays, and poetry from the Stanford University writing community, produced by the Stanford Storytelling P ...…
 
The Cozy Co-op is a podcast where a games journalist and a creative writer talk about video games! Join us every Friday morning for the latest episodes. This time, Branden and Justine talk about the legendary RPG, Dark Souls! If you’re interested in playing for yourself, the Humble Store has Dark Souls: Remastered. Purchasing the game through t ...…
 
We discuss studying creative writing, and whether or not we do it for the money or the passion.
 
Jason Zuk will interview Melissa Carroll-The Yoga Writer about her use of mindfulness, yoga, and writing to help others. Melissa Carroll is an Acclaimed Writer, Certified E-RYT 500 Hour Yoga Instructor, Reiki Master, and Meditation Guide. She is the Editor of the essay collection Going OM: Real-Life Stories on and off the Yoga Mat (Viva Edition ...…
 
With consternation, a long-haul big-rig truck driver reluctantly picks up a young woman seemingly injured on the side of an interstate highway and against his will and judgement takes her home to his wife who receives the girl as the child she never had and irreversibly alters the trucker’s future. Award-winning short story in the William Faulk ...…
 
Michael Kardos back to the program today. Michael is the co-director of the creative writing program at Mississippi State University. He has written a text book for creative writing, and has published a collection of short stories and three novels. We've interviewed Michael for The Three Day Affair and for Before He Finds Her. Today, we'll be t ...…
 
Michael Kardos back to the program today. Michael is the co-director of the creative writing program at Mississippi State University. He has written a text book for creative writing, and has published a collection of short stories and three novels. We've interviewed Michael for The Three Day Affair and for Before He Finds Her. Today, we'll be t ...…
 
Well we after a brief hiatus of a week to remind ourselves that this is a comedy podcast we're back in full swing with lots of zingers and even some good natured celebrity net worth guessing games. This week we watch a mid two thousands, which felt like a mid nineties sitcom, that somehow both does and doesn't explain where David Spade has been ...…
 
On this episode of Women on the Line we chat with two feminist writers of colour about mentorship and writing feminism. We chat with Natalie Kon-Yu about the Feminist Writers Festival, mentorships in the australian literary industry, academia and motherhood. Later in the show we chat with Shu-Ling Chua about memoir writing, mothers and writing ...…
 
Great conversation with Brenda Lee Browne touching on the Black British and the British Antiguan experience as well as not conforming to societal expectations. Born in London to Antiguan parents. She studied journalism and started her career in the Black media before moving to Antigua in the mid-1980s where she began writing and publishing shor ...…
 
Mary & Brian give you the low-down on Punch Bowl Social - The new International McDonald's restaurant on Randolph Row - The Fun For All Ages activities at Chicago Children’s Theater - Several news segments about our awesome neighborhood - The Beer Bistro closing - And of course DEALS! EVENTS: May 19, Sat, 11am - Merit School of Music “Stringtac ...…
 
On this edition of "Two Way Street," we sit down with four smart, well read Georgians to discuss their favorite books. This conversation picks up the discussion started by " The Great American Read ," an eight-part PBS series that unpacks a diverse list of 100 books. "The Great American Read" premieres Tuesday May 22 at 8 PM on GPB. Our guests ...…
 
Rebecca Hubbard teaches middle and high school English and Creative Writing at Frankfort High School. Together with several of her students, she describes the Pocket Poetry idea they developed to bring life to poetry in new and innovative ways.For more about the original idea, search "Poem in Your Pocket Day."Continue the conversation with one ...…
 
Kevin Powers won the 2013 PEN/Hemingway Award and the Guardian First Book Award for The Yellow Birds, ''the first great Iraq War novel'' (Rolling Stone), a work drawn from his experiences as a U.S. Army machine-gunner in Mosul and Tal Afar. After being honorably discharged, he earned an MFA from the University of Texas at Austin, where he was a ...…
 
A medical student is infatuated with her much older professor and defies her mother’s warnings of disastrous results if she continues an affair with a much older man highly respected for his status and work at university. But the mother’s feelings and advice are complicated by the arrival of a box that has items that intensify her memories of h ...…
 
In the third episode of WriteStuff, Chris Fitzgerald interviews Kerry Neville. Kerry teaches creative writing at Georgia College and State University and was in Ireland to deliver workshops at the Frank McCourt Creative Writing Festival. Kerry’s first collection of fiction, Necessary Lies, received the G.S. Sharat Chandra Prize in Fiction and w ...…
 
In the first half of our “Mayday” show, recorded live at The Astoria Bookshop on May 10th, Allison Escoto is forced to listen to an unexpected SOS of the heart. Here is M. Skye Holly reading, “Vessel in Distress.” Top left: M. Skye Holly. Right: Allison Escoto. Group left to right: KJ Fitzsimmons, M. Skye Holly, Angel Cobb, Ryan Holmes, Allison ...…
 
Jim & Pat's Glasgow West End Chat Episode 13: Going 'Doon the Watter', lunch in little Italy and snoring her way to a better life. In this episode of 'What's Pat Been Up To?' we hear about Pat's Pitlochry trip, our day out to the Isle of Bute (visiting the amazing Mount Stuart House), her new specs and her tale of snoring through a wellbing cli ...…
 
Leo examines the fate of new TV programs, offers insights into many of his favorite programs. Louise discusses PRESS RELEASES, MARKETING, GHOST WRITING...louise offers many ways to use creative writing to market your business
 
Mother’s Day… The lead up to this day when you are a Motherless Daughter can be Excruciating. The commercials, advertisement for flowers and gifts it seems that everywhere you turn there is a constant reminder of the loss of our Mother. Alica Forneret calls it the Dead Mom’s Club she created pins and had them uniquely designed for other Motherl ...…
 
The Cozy Co-op is a podcast where a games journalist and a creative writer talk about video games! Join us every Friday morning for the latest episodes. This time, Branden and Justine talk about the classic jump’n’shoot game, Mega Man! If you’re interested in playing for yourself, the Humble Store has the first six games in the Mega Man Legacy ...…
 
In this episode, Chris Drangle, reads his short story, "Let's Make Up Jack," which can also be read in full at the Kenyon Review Online, here:https://www.kenyonreview.org/kr-online-issue/2017-marapr/selections/chris-drangle-342846/Off the Page is a podcast of stories, essays, and poetry from the Stanford University writing community, produced b ...…
 
A boy mother takes him to visit his grandparents in upstate New York when the farm is swarmed with hordes of flies from swampland on an adjacent property forcing angry dysfunctional interactions among grandparents and mother that finally presents an opportunity for the boy to see his father, who is estranged from his mother and living in Alaska ...…
 
In this episode, Ali has chosen ‘Tooth' written and read by Jon Steiner and recorded live at Little Fictions, a show performed in Sydney's Knox Street Bar. Our presenters try to determine if this story is terribly sad, terribly funny or both.Let us know what you think of 'Tooth' by leaving a comment on The Coffee Pod|cast Facebook page.About th ...…
 
On today’s episode, I’m starting my self-taught boss lessons with the very foundations of business. Why am I here at all? Why an author business? After all, there are so many other things I could be focusing my creativity and business efforts on. Why am I trying to force myself to sit in a chair and type novels? So today’s episode is all about ...…
 
The Cozy Co-op is a podcast where a games journalist and a creative writer talk about video games! Join us every Friday morning for the latest episodes. This time, Branden and Justine talk about the Bioware space RPG, Mass Effect. More information about the game can be found at https://www.masseffect.com/ The news comes from Branden, and can be ...…
 
Nanci Turner Steveson writes for middle grade readers and is an active member of the Society of Children’s Book Writers and Illustrators. One of Nanci’s greatest ambitions is to work with kids and inspire them to become two-fisted readers, like herself, and allow their own creativity to soar through the beauty of creative writing. Nanci is dedi ...…
 
Today were talking etiquette. Actor and creative writer etiquette of course.
 
Brian shares fun neighborhood events in The West Loop, then takes you to a special event at co-optim luxury co-working to meet entrepreneurs in The West Loop and hear how it became a hot spot for business growth. Four diverse panelists share their stories: Susan Rothman, Pure Barre Studio Owner - Jordin Ruthstein, Blogger - Emily Belden, Author ...…
 
Sarah Moss was educated at the University of Oxford and is currently professor of creative writing at the University of Warwick. She is the author of four other novels – 'Cold Earth', 'Night Waking', which was selected for the Fiction Uncovered Prize in 2011, Bodies of Light and Signs for Lost Children – and is the coauthor of Chocolate: A glob ...…
 
In this episode, Brittany Perham, a poet and Jones Lecturer in the Stanford Creative Writing Program, reads a suite of poems, and discusses her craft and process with Off the Page host Mark Labowskie. You can find more of Brittany Perham's work at her website: brittanyperham.comOff the Page is a podcast of stories, essays, and poetry from the S ...…
 
Tazeen and award-winning poet, Aishah Gulam, discuss how modern mediums for creative writing can be used for historic justice issues, particularly issues of oppression of women, sexual abuse and assault, and religious persecution.
 
Many people believe that authors place too much focus on world building while others think that they leave too much to the imagination. Is there a ‘Just Right’ amount of world-building? What types of stories need more intricate design. How long can an author keep an average reader’s attention and what happens if they lose it? This week Ben and ...…
 
Gals have an exceptional knack for controlling the power play in online dating. They take what little power they have in their real life and employ it against the male population in a display of silent anger by denying real high value males worth listening to the ability to even interact with them. You see it all the time. Gals literally swipe, ...…
 
In this first episode in a new podcast series, Shara Lessley discusses her poem The Clinic Bomber’s Mother, which you can read here. The poem comes from Shara’s new book, The Explosive Expert’s Wife, published by the University of Wisconsin Press. In this discussion, Shara first reads her poem and then talks about a number of issues related to ...…
 
The apocalypse is nigh! How will the world end? Nuclear Trashcan Volcano, that's how. Each episode, 4 creative writers sit down with a brand new story prompt and build a world around it. Music: "Synthwave" by Ryan Andersen From the Free Music Archive CC BY NC
 
In this episode, Build-a-Bear opens a cloning facility and 3D printing is taken to a whole new level. Each episode, 4 creative writers sit down with a brand new story prompt and build a world around it. Music: "Synthwave" by Ryan Andersen From the Free Music Archive CC BY NC
 
The following audio was recorded live at the KGB Bar on March 21st, 2018, with guests Kelly Robson & Chandler Klang Smith. Kelly Robson Kelly Robson is the author of Gods, Monsters, and the Lucky Peach. Last year, she was a finalist for the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer. Her novella Waters of Versailles won the 2016 Aurora Award an ...…
 
In a space of less than a mile, seven bridges link Newcastle with Gateshead including the distinctive shape of the Tyne Bridge. But what kind of human endeavour goes into imagining and realising such man-made wonders? Newcastle University’s Sean Wilkinson, Erica Wagner author of Chief Engineer, and architect Simon Roberts look at the bond betwe ...…
 
Introducing Saskia Baardman of the I-Opener, www.the-i-opener.comShe is an intuition & writing coach, energy reader and (sound) healer - company name: The I Opener. Connecting with your intuition helps you to get to know your natural vibe and live accordingly. She has been doing reading and healing professionally since 2015. In her editing and ...…
 
Today in the Watchtower, we welcome back Jeff Stormer. Jeff is the host of the Actual Play podcast, Party of One, and the world-building brainstorm podcast, All My Fantasy Children. Each week, All My Fantasy Children brings Jeff together with Aaron Catano-Saez as they take a listener prompt and transform that prompt into a living, breathing cha ...…
 
In the epic conclusion to the award-winning Continuum Trilogy, Aero leads a group insurgents from the Second Continuum to overthrow his rival Supreme General Vinick and unite his space colony’s military forces, while Seeker takes on a secret mission back to her home colony to reinforce Earth's defenses and protect the First Continuum against an ...…
 
This special program featured readings from three award-winning authors who are Indigenous voices and UBC Creative Writing alumni, followed by a Q&A, moderated by new Chair of the UBC Creative Writing Program, and acclaimed author, Alix Ohlin. Featured authors: Eden Robinson, Katherena Vermette, and Jordan Abel.Recorded March 19, 2018, at the R ...…
 
Picture Peter Pan sporting a shaved head in a pair of sneakers dropping bookworm bravado. You have Defron. Nostalgic of simpler days when life was just wearing-out your favourite cartoon on VHS, this 26 year-old Melbourne emcee combines confessional song-writing with abstract braggadocio to provide hip-hop that same release from the mundane. To ...…
 
Welcome to the YA Cafe, where you’ll find conversations and reviews about Young Adult books for teachers, readers, and caffeine addicts everywhere. On today’s episode, we’ll be talking about The Hazel Wood by Melissa Albert with our guest, Brynn Allison, The Literary Maven. Grab a mug of your favorite beverage, friends, and let’s talk books. In ...…
 
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