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Home of author interviews and the most badass up-and-coming writers on the Internet.
Home of author interviews and the most badass up-and-coming writers on the Internet.

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Michael Farris Smith, author of Rivers and the recently published Desperation Road, talks to Daniel Ford about his late entry into storytelling, his strict writing regimen, talking to his characters, and what inspired his new novel. #amwriting #writers #fiction #coffee #podcast 

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Emily Ruskovich, author of Idaho, talks to Internal Review’s Adam Vitcavage about growing up in Idaho, the authors who influenced her work, and her future literary plans. #amwriting #writers #fiction #podcast #podcasting #podcasters 

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During our live interview with best-selling author James Rollins at The Harvard Coop, he recommended we watch…”Garm Wars: The Last Druid.”

As he said, “You might never read another James Rollins novel after you see this terrible movie on my recommendation.” #movies #amwriting #writers 

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Screenwriter Larry Gross, whose credits include “48 Hrs.,” “Another 48 Hrs.,” “Streets of Fire,” “True Crime,” and “Prozac Nation,” talks to Sean Tuohy about growing up watching movies in New York City theaters, how he caught his break in Hollywood, his partnership with Walter Hill, his screenwriting process, and which of his filmmaking heroes he’d like to have dinner with. #screenwriting #screenwriters #movies 

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Dan Zak, Washington Post reporter and author of Almighty: Courage, Resistance, and Existential Peril in the Nuclear Age, talks to Rob Masiello and Sean Tuohy about what he learned while researching the book, the global response to nuclear weapons and their implications, and why reading newspapers is better than solely binging news on social media. #amwriting #writers #journalism #media #news #nuclearbomb #nuclearweapons

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Min Jin Lee, author of Free Food for Millionaires and the recently published Pachinko, talks to Daniel Ford about her path to storytelling, her intense research process, the global immigrant experience, and what inspired her new (and highly praised) novel. #amwriting #writers #fiction 

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Sari Wilson’s debut novel was about a decade in the making. Wilson’s head was filled with images from her childhood as a ballerina: her hair up in a tight bun, blistered feet, and countless leotards. She knew she wanted to write about the world she spent so much time in, but, more importantly, wanted to write about the emotional truth of her time training in ballet and her childhood. #amwriting #writers #fiction 

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Robert Ben Garant, best known for his work on “Reno 911!” and the "Night at the Museum" films, talks to Sean Tuohy about how performing led him to writing, how an outrageous script got him in the door writing for movies and television, how he developed his screenwriting process, and why he prefers writing to acting or directing. #movies #television #screenwriting #screenwriters #comedy #podcast #podcastlife #podcasting 

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In a special episode, legendary defense attorney F. Lee Bailey talks to Sean Tuohy about his military service, learning from defeat, why he’s always been drawn to writing, and his future memoir. #law #lawyers #legal #amwriting #writers #podcast #podcasting #podcastlife
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