I’m pleased to announce that Jennifer Niesslien’s appearance on Behind the Prose, Episode 18, has landed as a number one writing podcast on BlogTalkRadio.com. If you haven’t already, listen, learn and get your grown writer on with Full Grown People.
Episode 18: Get your grown writer on with editor of Full Grown People, Jennifer Niesslein, co-founder of Brain, Child Mag
Hello from Pittsburgh, PA! I’m way past my bedtime and I still have homework to do for Dinty W. Moore’s Master Class at the Creative Nonfiction Writers Conference 2015. But the show must go on. And boy is it a show. Jennifer Niesslein, a founder
I decided to interview Chelsey Clammer because I was super impressed with her dedication to writing and publishing. I’ve joked that she’s a submission machine, but this woman is no heartless robot. Spirituality is at the center of her writing practice and in this interview,
Today, my essay Two Weddings and a Friendship Funeral, was published by Full Grown People! In a few days, I’ll post my own On Revision column that explores some of the changes this essay underwent before finding it’s forever home at the site published by
BlogTalkRadio, the largest talk radio network, has named Behind the Prose a most “Popular in Writing” show for the episode, “No Excuse Zone: Physician and writer Andrew Bomback discusses craft and commitment.” Bomback discussed his two essays which appeared in Full Grown People and in
No excuse zone: Physician and writer Andrew Bomback discusses craft and commitment on Behind the Prose
Think you don’t have time to write? Andrew Bomback is a physician and writer (with toddlers and a wife) but he’s still managed to write a novel, a textbook, many academic papers, and first-person essays. On Sunday, February 15, he’ll join me in the virtual Behind