I’m going to urge you to get in where you fit in. And that means wedging yourself into the gaggle of folks who’ve listened to episode 29 of Behind the Prose featuring essayist Sharisse Tracey. The show hit #1 the week that I released it, and
In May, nearly 200 folks descended on the historic city of Pittsburgh to rub writing elbows with authors, essayists, journalists, and editors at the 2015 Creative Nonfiction Writers’ Conference. Maybe you were there. Maybe you weren’t. If you find yourself in the latter, shame on
I’m happy to share that Kate Walter’s Behind the Prose episode is doing great. She debuted at number four in the writing slot! But we could do much better! We’ve had two number one shows – Andrew Bomback’s No Excuse Zone, and Jennifer Niesslein’s Get
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.
This episode is filled to capacity with awesomeness. First, you’ll hear the rest of Associate Senior Editor Roxanne K. Young’s interview about her work at the Journal of the American Medical Association and Dr. Andrew Bomback’s essay “Errands” which ran in the “A Piece of