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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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Nicole Blades, author of Have You Met Nora? (out Oct. 31) and The Thunder Beneath Us, returns to the podcast to discuss what went into crafting the characters in her new book, how long it took her to write and edit the novel, and the themes she wanted to explore through her mixed race, and very secretive and conflicted, main character Nora.

Blades and Daniel Ford also talk about what inspired her to start a podcast with her sister, and what’s coming up on Season 2 of “Hey Sis!”
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James Breakwell, social media comedian (Xploding Unicorn) and author of Only Dead on the Inside, talks to Sean Tuohy about channeling his tweets into a book, what his kids think about his literary prowess, and their shared grieving over losing “the greatest podcast ever recorded.”

Try not wetting your pants during this podcast. We dare you.
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Paul Scheer, actor, producer, and co-host of How Did This Get Made?, talks to Sean Tuohy about how his love for bad films turned into a podcast, the show’s upcoming live events in Boston, and the tribal mentality of people watching bad movies and discussing them.
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hShannon Baker, author of Dark Signal and Stripped Bare, talks to Daniel Ford about telling herself stories when she went to bed as a kid, how much of herself ends up in her main character Kate Fox, and being named 2017 Writer of the Year by Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers.
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Portland Helmich, host of the podcast “Stranglers,” producer, writer, and actor, talks to Daniel Ford about her upcoming appearance at PRX Podcast Garage in Allston, Mass. on Nov. 1 with “Stranglers” executive producer Susan Gray.

Helmich also discusses pitching a podcast on sex and spirituality, producing a documentary on John F. Kennedy’s final major speech at Amherst, and writing a short film about George Washington and the Newburgh Conspiracy for the U.S. Army Museum.
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Joe R. Lansdale, Hap and Leonard creator and author of Rusty Puppy and Cold in July, makes his Writer’s Bone podcast debut!

Lansdale talks to Sean Tuohy about how East Texas influences his work, not always realizing the “ah ha” moments when they happen, and why half the battle for writers is showing up.
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Poet and literary historian Kim Roberts sits down with Daniel Ford, Sean Tuohy, and Melanie Padgett Powers at Chatter in Washington D.C.

Roberts discusses what inspired her recent poetry collection, The Scientific Method, her work for DC Writers' Homes, and why Washington D.C. is a great city for writers.
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Wiley Cash, author of The Last Ballad (out Oct. 3), A Land More Kind Than Home, and This Dark Road of Mercy, talks to Daniel Ford about establishing his storytelling work ethic, chasing Ella May’s ghost while writing The Last Ballad, what he’s learned from his writing students, and why writers need to be really honest with themselves about why they want to write.
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On Sept. 21, Daniel Ford launched his debut novel Sid Sanford Lives! at Trident Booksellers & Café with the help of his family, friends, and the Writer’s Bone crew.
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Howard Kaplan, author of The Damascus Cover and Bullets of Palestine, talks to Sean Tuohy about how being a shy kid led him to storytelling, his appearance at Boston Film Festival on Sept. 23 to promote the film adaptation (Jonathan Rhys Meyers, John Hurt, and Olivia Thirlby), and why he wanted his thrillers to have underlying messages.
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