The Roundup: Rachel Kramer reviews Behind the Prose; Dinty W. Moore, Sharisse Tracey hit number one on Blogtalkradio’s writing channel
This week I’m finishing up the transcription of Dinty W. Moore’s show and the upcoming podcast with Jessica Contrera, reporter at The Washington Post, and I got an extra boost of strength when Jennifer Niesslein, editor and founder of the online literary journal Full Grown People, shared “6 podcasts that have helped me advance my writing career,” a post by Rachel Kramer on her Goodreads blog.
I’m super happy and humbled to share that Rachel listed your very own Behind the Prose as one of her picks!
She writes, “These are long episodes, and very insider baseball about much of writing, but worth it.”
She also lists her favorite episodes of Behind the Prose which include Jennifer’s episode and the recent show with Sharisse Tracey.
Rachel’s not alone in her fondness for Tracey’s show. You all loved it too. Tracey landed on number one on the writing podcasts channel on Blogtalkradio.com, as did the wonderful Dinty W. Moore.
If you’ve got something to say about Behind the Prose, follow Rachel’s example and leave the show a review on iTunes!
So I’m reading Rachel’s bio on her website, and in the paragraph that lists readers in The Flesh Erotic Reading Series she hosted in NYC, whose name do I see?????
SUSAN SHAPIRO. I call her New York City’s Writer-in-Residence, and you will too after you listen to her honest interview on Behind the Prose.
Keep listening, learning, and writing!