The 11 Best Writing Podcasts
I n 1959, Jack Kerouac sat down at his typewriter and compiled a haphazard list of thirty “guidelines” for writing. His nuggets of wisdom included such zingers as “Blow as deep as you want to blow” and “Struggle to sketch the flow that already exists intact in mind.” Whether Kerouac would have done the podcast circuit to promote “ Belief and Technique for Modern Prose ” is a question lost to history, but the enduring fetishization of the writing process shows that sources of creativity have always been elusive. Writers’ secrets are coveted like truffles amongst hungry pigs.
We all know that talking about writing is easier than actually writing. Listening to the podcasts on this list won’t substitute sitting down and putting words on paper. But it is impossible to deny that whether you are a freelance journalist or a budding novelist, the process of looking for inspiration can be a lonely one. This is where writing podcasts can become a useful resource to support your creative practice. Or, if you’re going to procrastinate, at least do so by listening to one of these 11 podcasts for writers to inspire your work.
DIY MFA Radio
We’ve all gone through a period of writer’s block. Desperate for inspiration, we might research prestigious graduate programs, hungry for the affirmation that an MFA promises. But times are changing, and having a degree is not necessarily a prerequisite of success. High tuition fees are putting many writers off the concept, so it is no wonder that other platforms are stepping up. Gabriela Pereira is not claiming that her podcast, DIY MFA Radio, is a complete replacement for a grad program, but her popular show provides a toolkit for writers seeking to diversify and strengthen their craft. If you can get past being referred to as a “word nerd” in the first thirty seconds, each episode of the show delves into most questions in writing or publishing that you’ve always wanted to ask. Through interviews with the likes of Jojo Moyes, Brenda Jackson, and Steve Berry, DIY MFA substitutes a seminar for soundwaves. The show explores everything from the obvious (“How to Turn Characters Into People”) to the useful (‘An Inside Look at Tropes in Literature’) and the unexpected (‘Crafting an Amish Romance’). The best part: no student debt.
Many career journalists dedicate their lives to longform writing. Chronicling the development of such writers and storytellers is Longform , an interview podcast prioritizing the slow burn of creative nonfiction in an internet age that rewards clickbait. A recent surplus of episodes featuring writers promoting books and novels isn’t necessarily a drawback. It’s perhaps symptomatic of the recent resurgence in book sales , hardly something to be disappointed about. With a broad scope and a diverse set of guests, Longform does a great job covering a changing industry — especially the way people previously excluded from magazine writing have broken onto the scene.
The Writer’s Voice
For nearly a century, The New Yorker has been publishing some of the best new fiction, from extracts of the latest Ben Lerner novel to short stories by Rachel Kushner and Elif Batuman. But here’s a secret: you need neither a subscription nor spare time to enjoy new prose. The Writer’s Voice is part of the magazine’s excellent podcast catalog, which includes shows dedicated to both fiction and poetry as well as The New Yorker Radio Hour . What makes The Writer’s Voice different is suggested in its title. These writers are reading their own work, giving each an additional layer of intimacy. Sure, it’s no indie show. But the prestige attached to the magazine attracts some of the best writers working today. If you’re a contemporary writer interested in how “our moment” is represented on the page, this is the podcast you should be listening to.
The Underground Writing Podcast
Describing the aim of Underground Writing, the organization’s executive director, Matt Malyon, writes: “We use creative writing as a shovel. . . And the soil, prepared by the literature, is pliant.” An accomplished and poignant example of how writing can create a positive impact beyond bookshop shelves, Underground Writing is a creative writing program that serves migrant, incarcerated, and other at-risk groups in northern Washington. The long hours involved in completing a book can breed solipsism, even egotism. Although sometimes necessary to finish a project, these feelings often make the process isolating. Listening to The Underground Writing Podcast reminds us that, at its core, writing has the capacity to inspire hope. We don’t need fancy grad programs to create something with substance. Writing belongs to everyone — even, and perhaps especially, the disadvantaged. Created by Malyon alongside Alvin Shim, the project has continued to produce podcast content throughout the pandemic, giving a platform to voices often forgotten in the noise.
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The Writer Files
With episodes like “How to Write a Book in One Month” and “5 Things Only Serious Writers Do,” The Writer Files is a response to our obsession with productivity. The show features a combination of interviews with writers on the minutiae of their routines and analyses of the science behind creativity, tapping into behavioral techniques with the aim of making its listeners more efficient writers. Some might argue that using neuroscience to deconstruct the magic behind writing risks turning artists into automatons, yet it is undeniable that The Writer Files fills a hole in the discourse around career writing. Occasionally, we must abandon the romanticization of the lonely writer scrawling longhand into a notebook, uninhibited by modern workloads. The episode on “ Busting the Myth of the Starving Artist ” is an important conversation about writers having the right to live a healthy life. We do not have to die for our art, and The Writer Files is an important reminder.
Between the Covers
Between the Covers is a writing podcast with literary clout. Brought to us by the publisher and literary journal Tin House , the show is hosted by David Naimon, a softly spoken modern sage who may or may not be the most knowledgeable person in the genre, though this fact has yet to be verified. The show’s standing as a platform for diverse writers and sharp, reflective conversation makes it the perfect gateway drug for a first audio hit of high-brow literature.
Even if you came for its reputation, you’ll stay for the show’s mini-series “Crafting with Ursula,” where writers discuss their own craft alongside the work of science fiction writer Ursula Le Guin. Le Guin’s masterful world-building proves a perfect vessel for conversation on topics ranging from nature writing to the poetic form. Current and innovative, Between the Covers provides writers with an anchor to a world of its own making, a world that is unapologetically literary .
Writing Excuses is a punchy, fifteen-minute podcast that focuses on the craft behind creative writing. The success of the show, now on its seventeenth season, is down to the dynamism of its presenters. Each one a working writer, the hosts represent a wide range of interests and genres, offering ideas on hundreds of writing topics. Have you ever wondered how to use food as a creative device? Do you know how to you write a character who is out of their depth? In many ways Writing Excuses is delightfully old-school, yet it also reflects emerging and important trends in writing, such as gender, writing “the other,” and using sensitivity readers. Episode highlights include their recent live recorded shows, where the hosts’ crosstalk is funny and engaging; combined with the frequency of their episodes, Writing Excuses is a solid resource.
The Shit No One Tells You About Writing
Let’s talk about rejection. For the emerging writer, failure inevitably precedes publication. To continue writing is a feat of daily endurance not dissimilar to running a marathon wearing nothing but a loincloth that reads “desperate for industry acceptance” across one’s butt cheeks. The answer, for those hungry for affirmation, might be a prestigious graduate program. But having a degree is by no means a guarantee for success. Plan B? Sorry to break the news, but the odds of winning a literary prize are very low. So what does a new writer do? This question, and plenty of others like it, are answered in The Shit No One Tells You About Writing , a podcast that provides a toolkit for writers seeking to understand a publishing world that is often impenetrable.
Host Bianca Marais knows exactly how to answer the tough questions; she’s a best-selling novelist herself. Alongside industry insiders, Marais never sugarcoats the road to publication, instead offering useful and realistic advice that leaves writers with a better sense of the chaotic industry they’re determined to be a part of. The best part? Her co-hosts Carly Watters and CeCe Lyra critique two query letters in every episode, just in case you weren’t suffering enough.
A self-proclaimed “media autopsy,” this cult podcast by Christan Sager and Charlie Bennett was not overtly aimed at aspiring writers. The goal of Supercontext — which ran from 2016 to 2020 — was to understand why a book, television show, film or album was made, forgoing performing plot analysis or becoming a Cliffnotes hack-job to instead place media in its cultural context. Supercontext was a show that was hard to categorize, encompassing both mainstream and indie genres. Much like the podcast Philosophize This! (the similarity in tone and quality should also be noted), Supercontext relied almost exclusively on the support of its listeners who helped decide that topics became episodes. The podcast was a textbook example of how, as with writing, building a fanbase through authenticity is still achievable today. The show exemplified an important lesson for budding authors and screenwriters: how your writing is consumed will determine whether you can produce more.
The VS Podcast
Here’s a conundrum for the reviewer: The VS Podcast is easy to describe and yet impossible to describe. Playful, engaging, and original, this is a podcast that straddles the lines between poetry, politics and talk show. So where to start? Well, I can safely tell you VS. , as it is also known, is a podcast from The Poetry Foundation, the folks behind Poetry Off the Shelf and Poem Talk . VS. can even be called a radical, queer poetry podcast. But while this show employs a lot of labels, its strength comes from its fluidity. Effervescent and courageous, VS. moves between poetic genres and challenges outmoded ideas about art and identity. With an emphasis on BIPOC art, the show amplifies the voices of marginalized poets and marginalized poetics, engaging with a diverse range of voices. In making space for experimental work, the show is a powerful resource for writers seeking inspiration beyond established boundaries.
Hosted by three bestselling authors, Writers, Ink will make you feel better about that unfinished manuscript on your flash drive. A show about the business of writing, each episode interviews a working writer to explore an aspect of being a professional in today’s industry. The advice is rarely romantic. Arguably, that’s part of the appeal. Many writers, especially those balancing the demands of modern life with their creative practice, are frustrated with the mythology figures like Kerouac perpetuate. Writers, Ink is ideal for those looking to establish a career in writing but who don’t have the luxury of unlimited time to make it happen. As a tool to increase productivity, listening to an episode is probably healthier than developing a caffeine habit, but nobody is saying you can’t do both.
Alice Florence Orr is a staff writer for Podcast Review and is based in Edinburgh . Her work has appeared in Scottish Review , Like The Wind , and Nomad Journal . You can connect with her on Twitter or Instagram .
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Whether you are plotting, drafting, staring at a blank page, or keen to get tips from the pros … if you want to be an author, there’s a podcast for that
New Yorker Fiction
In this monthly podcast , a celebrated writer selects a short story from the New Yorker’s archive to read and discuss with the magazine’s fiction editor, Deborah Treisman. The pleasure here lies as much in the pairings of authors with material as it does the stories themselves: Margaret Atwood reading Alice Munro, or Andrew Sean Greer reading Dorothy Parker, or Tessa Hadley reading John Updike. There is much to be learned about the craft and discipline of short fiction writing from the subsequent discussions, too. A recurring point: fewer words is always better. Also, check out The New Yorker: The Writer’s Voice , where writers read their own stories.
Approaching its 10th anniversary, the Longform podcast is a weekly hour-long interview with a nonfiction writer about their work, practice and personal philosophies. When it was founded in 2012, as a co-production of Longform.org and the Atavist magazine, co-hosts Max Linsky, Evan Ratliff and Aaron Lammer drilled down into aspects of the craft such as note-taking and revising drafts. These days the scope of their warm, considered conversations has broadened to be as much about life as about writing. Dig into the archives to hear from greats such as Gay Talese, Renata Adler, Ta-Nehisi Coates, Ariel Levy, Ira Glass, Michael Lewis, George Saunders, Susan Orlean and Robert McKee.
Much of their advice applies to all writers, but for a podcast with a fiction slant, check out First Draft .
In Writing With Hattie Crisell
Now in its fourth series , for this pod Hattie Crisell, a contributing editor of Grazia magazine, interviews writers of all kinds about “how they write, why they write, and what they can teach us about doing it better”. There are lessons for everyone who works with words and stories here, from bona fide publishing powerhouses Curtis Sittenfeld and David Nicholls to comedians, playwrights, critics and even songwriters. Crisell is an engaging interviewer who puts her subjects at ease so that they speak freely and frankly about the realities of life as a full-time writer – not least the horror of the blank page. Those just starting out might be heartened to hear that it never gets easier. Writer’s Routine and The National Writing Centre’s The Writing Life are two more UK interview podcasts focusing on the day-to-day.
Start With This
Start With This is like a look inside the engine room of the hit podcast Welcome to Night Vale, as co-creators Jeffrey Cranor and Joseph Fink aim to help you “put your ideas in motion”. Each episode discusses a challenge or an aspect of writing – from scene-setting to plotting, finding one’s voice to overcoming perfectionism – before setting the listeners two practical assignments relevant to the subject: “something to consume” and “something to create”. The series concluded last month but, with episodes totalling an entire day and a half, Start With This presents an accessible, supportive step towards starting and extending a regular writing practice. Ann Kroeker, Writing Coach is another podcast with practical exercises (with the added bonus of bitesize episodes as short as 15 minutes).
Between the Covers
With episodes often in excess of two hours, this fortnightly “literary radio show” is one to sink into rather than blitz on your commute. But when you have time to invest, Between the Covers will expand your horizons, in both the exceptional curation of the interviewees – spanning all literary forms, all over the world – and the depth of their conversation. Even if you are not familiar with the works being discussed, host David Naimon will pique your interest. He is patient, never presumptuous, curious and well-informed. This podcast is like the best writer’s festival talk you’ve ever been to, fitting in with your schedule and with no unedifying Q&A session at the end.
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The Best Writing Podcasts for All Aspiring Authors
February 1, 2023
While writing is a craft often undertaken in solitude, you don't have to feel like you're alone while embarking on your creative journey. There are so many steps to the writing process, from strengthening your writing skills to forming story ideas, from drafting and revisions to pursuing publication. Luckily, there is a podcast out there for nearly every phase of this path. These podcasts offer a range of information, gentle inspiration, community encouragement, facts and strategies for navigating the publishing industry, and insight and wisdom from authors who have built successful careers on bestselling books.
Grammar Girl Quick and Dirty Tips for Better Writing
Hosted by Mignon Fogarty, aka Grammar Girl, internet personality and bestselling author, this award-winning podcast offers fast, accessible tips and tricks to improve your writing and communication. Along the way, it also dives into some of the mysteries of the English language, why we say and write the things we do, and the origins of some of the most interesting phrases, words, and grammatical constructions. If you're a voracious reader who may not have extensive experience or formal education in writing, Grammar Girl will help you sharpen your technical skills while keeping you engaged.
The Writer Files: Writing, Productivity, Creativity, and Neuroscience
Kelton Reid is fascinated by writers—their habits, processes. and brains. On each episode of this podcast, he interviews a different writer about their creative life, how they stay productive, and their secrets for overcoming writer’s block. Guests include bestselling authors spanning a variety of genres and styles— John Scalzi , Emma Donoghue , Dennis Lehane , Jay McInerney , and Andy Weir among them—as well as TV and film writers. Occasionally, Reid turns over the mic to guest hosts like journalist Adam Skolnick , short story writer Robert Bruce, and neuroscientist Michael Grybko. Follow The Writer Files to hear from a wide range of writers, or simply peruse the archives to find your favorite author.
A Way with Words - language, linguistics, and callers from all over
Since "tough," "through," and "dough" all end in O-U-G-H, why don't they rhyme? Why do we say "That's bananas!" to describe something wacky instead of "That's pineapples!"? If you're a word nerd, this podcast is for you! Cohosted by journalist Martha Barnette and linguist Grant Barrett, A Way with Words ponders and probes all sorts of interesting phrases, grammatical structures, and slang from all over the world. Weekly episodes also welcome callers to share their questions, insights, and stories about language, meaning that you'll learn a lot about not only words but also about different regional vernacular and cultural understandings.
Write Now with Sarah Werner
Struggling to find the right healthy and fulfilling balance of work, life, and writing? On Write Now , award-winning podcaster and writer Sarah Werner and an assortment of creative guests offer encouragement, candid advice, and practical tips and techniques to help you let go of excuses, self-doubt, and guilt in order to make time and mental space for writing—every day. While warm and inviting, playful and uplifting, this podcast is serious about placing a priority on writing in your life.
The Writers Panel
If your writing goals and dreams tend to focus on film and television projects, then The Writers Panel is essential listening. Hosted by Ben Blacker, this podcast offers a mix of panel discussions and intimate interviews with the writers, producers, and showrunners behind some of the best known, most acclaimed movies and shows. Writing for film and TV is a collaborative and unique process, and insiders from Jordan Peele ( Get Out ) to Amy Sherman-Palladino ( The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel ), from Vince Gilligan ( Breaking Bad ) to Natalie Chaidez ( The Flight Attendant ) talk about the business, the craft, the challenges, and what keeps them inspired and motivated.
Deadline City's Podcast
If you're an aspiring author, publishing may seem like big, overwhelming, mysterious world. On Deadline City , hosts Dhonielle Clayton and Zoraida Córdova, New York City-based authors with 40 books published or under contract between them, pull back the curtain and simply talk about all things publishing—defining your genre, the editing process, reading reviews, the pros and cons of pen names, and industry trends and news, including the unsettling surge in book banning. They also let listeners in on lots of insightful, funny, and honest conversations about their own publishing journey.
This Creative Life with Sara Zarr
Sara Zarr is the author of 10 books, including both works of fiction and nonfiction. Her debut novel, Story of a Girl was a National Book Award finalist. On her podcast This Creative Life , Zarr talks with writers of all kinds about writing and what it means to be a writer juggling a full-time job, relationships, kids, and other obligations. Their wide-ranging conversations touch on everything from the creative process and the psychology of writing to the business side, alternatives to traditional publishing, finding and connecting with an audience, and taking advantage of social media. Guests include authors such as Faith Gardner , Laurel Snyder , Mike Jung , and Preeti Chhibber .
Write-minded: Weekly Inspiration for Writers
Hosted by Brooke Warner of She Writes, the world's largest online community for women writers, and Grant Faulkner of National Novel Writing Month (NaNoWriMo), this weekly podcast offers a helpful blend of writing and craft-focused advice as well as industry insight. Each episode features an interview with a writer or publishing industry professional, followed by mini feature exploring a trend in the publishing world. Whether you're an aspiring author or a working writer, Write-minded offers a great mix of creative inspiration and business insight. Recent guests include Stephanie Foo on the challenges of writing about trauma and A.M. Homes on the craft of characterization.
Looking for inspiration both practical and creative from real working writers? Writer's Routine is a podcast specifically designed to glean perspective from the lives and habits of successful writers. In each episode, host Dan Simpson interviews a writer about their daily routines, their writing process, and the lifestyle choices that support their literary lives. Everyone from novelists to journalists to poets have been interviewed, and past guests include Dervla McTiernan , Sara Blaedel , Ken Follett , and Zen Cho . With more than 200 episodes to explore, there's no shortage of thoughtful advice housed in this podcast.
Helping Writers Become Authors
With more than 500 episodes, Helping Writers Become Authors is one of the most comprehensive writing podcasts out there. Host K.M. Weiland is passionate about giving writers the tools they need to take their career from aspiring to published author. Each episode looks at a micro-element of the craft, from opening a story to creating cohesive structure to developing believable characters. This podcast tends to focus on a topic for three to six episodes, allowing Weiland to break it down in depth and then talk about how to leverage those elements to market your novel. This is the perfect listen for writers looking to sharpen their skills to craft a story that an agent will buy and the right audience will love.
The Creative Penn Podcast For Writers
Honing your craft skills as a writer is important—but so is understanding the wider literary market and your place in it. Joanna Penn is the bestselling author of fantasy, thriller, and nonfiction books, and in this long-running podcast, she dives into the nuances of the publishing industry. The Creative Penn covers everything from how to find your niche in the book world to how to build and sustain a long-term career, along with looking at publishing trends and hot-button topics, including auto-narration of audiobooks. With insights from special guests like physician turned internationally bestselling medical thriller author Tess Gerritsen , this podcast is critical listening for anyone determined to make a comfortable living off their creative writing.
The First Draft Club
Created and hosted by author and writing coach Mary Adkins, The First Draft Club aims to help you overcome whatever creative blocks you might be facing and write with more clarity, more confidence, and less stress. It's meant for anyone working on a novel or memoir, even if your last written work was an essay for English class. Filled with pep talks, helpful hacks, mini workshops, and writing assignments, this weekly podcast gives you the tools and know-how you need to complete your first draft and troubleshoot any problems that might come up along the way—because, as Adkins believes, writing should be a source of joy, not agony.
The Self Publishing Show
Eager to dive into the wide world of self-publishing? Hosted by Mark Dawson, a successful self-published author, and James Blatch, a former reporter who recently self-published his debut thriller, this podcast is not only an invaluable resource for emerging authors but also a fun exploration of the exciting innovations and opportunities in the self-publishing sphere. With more than 300 episodes to explore, you can pick and choose which topics will be most helpful to you or immerse yourself in the knowledge found in the archives. Episodes range from 40 to 60 minutes and oftentimes feature guest authors, both self- and traditionally published. The Self Publishing Show also offers some great craft resources, plus brand- and wealth-building pointers.
Kobo Writing Life Podcast
From Kobo, one of the world's biggest Ebook platforms, this podcast offers invaluable insights into self-publishing and the Ebook market. The Kobo team has curated a collection of resources, from the latest information about how to create a Kobo best seller, based on Kobo's sales metrics and platform affordances, to interviews with successful bestselling indie authors about everything from writing your way across mediums to word-of-mouth marketing. Kobo Writing Life has an archive of 300-plus episodes, ranging in length from 45 to 60 minutes, and many conversations are adapted from Kobo's Facebook community, which listeners are welcome to participate in.
Between The Covers : Conversations with Writers in Fiction, Nonfiction & Poetry
Hosted by David Naimon of Tin House Books, a prominent independent publisher, Between the Covers offers probing long-form conversations with writers on the craft of writing. Along with plenty of nuts and bolts craft talk to satisfy any writer looking to build their toolbox, the conversations often turn philosophical as the writers dig into the whys of writing. With more than 200 episodes featuring bestselling authors such as William Alexander and Becky Chambers , there's so much here for writers of all experience levels and styles to explore. As a bonus, this podcast has a recurring feature of special interest to science fiction and fantasy writers called Crafting with Ursula, exploring the influence of the great Ursula K. LeGuin on the genre and its particular craft elements.
88 Cups of Tea
88 Cups of Tea is more than a writing podcast. Rather, it aims to be a community for writers looking for connections and encouragement. While episodes offer craft and publishing advice, the main focus is on the emotional life of the writer—how to find ideas, cultivate a creative life, and stay motivated to keep writing and publishing in the face of rejection. Host Yin Chang often interviews prominent figures in the children's and YA literary sectors, from authors like Stacey Lee , Kelly Yang , and Sara Zarr to industry professionals like agents and editors.
Michelle Obama: The Light Podcast
In one of the year’s most anticipated new podcasts, Michelle Obama brings listeners deeper into the world of her bestselling memoir, The Light We Carry: Overcoming in Uncertain Times . Where the audiobook initiated a dialogue with listeners on some of life’s biggest challenges—from building lasting relationships and meaningful success to overcoming obstacles and navigating identity—the podcast will explore these themes and more with an esteemed selection of friends and luminaries. In intimate recordings from her star-studded book tour, the former First Lady draws on her trademark humor, warmth, and compassion to elicit moments of startling insight and vulnerability from guests including Oprah Winfrey, Ellen DeGeneres, Tyler Perry, and Conan O’Brien. The result is a series of searching conversations that will leave you feeling smarter, inspired, and, yes, lighter.
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Top 10 Best Creative Writing Podcasts on Spotify (2023)
Are you an aspiring writer seeking inspiration and guidance? Look no further than the world of podcasts! Podcasts are an excellent source of knowledge and motivation, and for those passionate about creative writing, they offer a treasure trove of insights, tips, and storytelling magic. In this article, we’ll delve into the top 10 best creative writing podcasts on Spotify. These podcasts are the perfect companions for writers, offering a blend of expert advice, captivating interviews, and a touch of creative brilliance.
“Writing Excuses” is a dynamic and concise fifteen-minute podcast that caters to busy writers seeking valuable insights into creative writing. Now in its seventeenth season, the show’s enduring popularity owes much to the energetic and knowledgeable presenters. With each host being a practicing writer, “Writing Excuses” covers a broad spectrum of writing interests and genres, making it a go-to resource for hundreds of writing topics. Whether you’re intrigued by using food as a creative device or need tips on creating a character who’s out of their depth, this podcast offers both traditional and contemporary perspectives on the craft. Notably, “Writing Excuses” explores vital aspects such as gender, writing “the other,” and the use of sensitivity readers, keeping it in tune with emerging writing trends. The podcast’s engaging live recorded episodes, featuring entertaining crosstalk among the hosts, combined with its frequent updates, make it an invaluable resource for writers on the go.
In the world of creative writing podcasts, “Writing Excuses” stands out as a quick and informative companion for aspiring and seasoned writers alike. Its punchy format respects your time while delivering rich content, and its experienced hosts cover a wide array of writing techniques and themes. Whether you’re looking to enhance your storytelling skills or stay up-to-date with the latest trends in writing, “Writing Excuses” offers a blend of traditional wisdom and contemporary insights that will inspire and educate you in just fifteen minutes per episode.
The Writer Files
Delve into the minds of renowned authors and unlock the mysteries of their creative processes with “The Writer Files” podcast. Host Kelton Reid leads captivating conversations that revolve around keeping the ink flowing, the cursor moving, and defeating the dreaded writer’s block. Each episode features insightful discussions with an array of literary luminaries, including Nobel Prize winner Abdulrazak Gurnah, #1 New York Times bestselling author Emily Henry, celebrated writer Walter Mosley, New York Times bestselling author Lisa Scottoline, #1 New York Times bestselling author Dennis Lehane, and bestselling author Matt Haig. With a roster of accomplished guest hosts, such as neuroscientist Michael Grybko, journalist Adam Skolnick, and short story writer Robert Bruce, this podcast brings together diverse voices from the literary world.
“The Writer Files” offers a mix of interviews that delve into the intricacies of writers’ daily routines and in-depth explorations of the science underpinning creativity. It incorporates behavioral techniques to enhance its listeners’ writing efficiency. While some may question the use of neuroscience to dissect the art of writing, this podcast fills a crucial gap in the discourse surrounding a writer’s career. It dispels the romanticized notion of the solitary writer and acknowledges the challenges of modern workloads. For instance, the episode on “Busting the Myth of the Starving Artist” highlights the importance of writers leading healthy lives without sacrificing their art. “The Writer Files” is a reminder that creativity and well-being can coexist harmoniously, making it an indispensable resource for all aspiring and established writers
The Creative Penn Podcast For Writers
The Creative Penn Podcast for Writers” is a cornerstone in the world of indie writing and self-publishing. Hosted by Joanna Penn, a prolific author who has penned both nonfiction guidebooks and thrilling fiction under the name J.F. Penn, this podcast offers invaluable insights for writers venturing beyond traditional publishing. With a rich history in the podcasting realm, “The Creative Penn” remains a trusted resource for authors. It delivers a weekly dose of wisdom through interviews and solo segments, equipping you with the essential guidance required to navigate the dynamic landscape of self-publishing. While it does touch on writing craft and processes, this podcast shines by focusing on the business and marketing aspects of the writing world, making the often less-loved dimensions of full-time writing genuinely intriguing. Whether it’s exploring the latest debates about NFTs in literature, publishing fiction on Substack, or authors harnessing Kickstarter to fund their books, “The Creative Penn Podcast” keeps you on the cutting edge of the industry, ensuring you never get stuck in a creative rut.
This podcast is a must-listen for writers seeking to thrive in the ever-evolving self-publishing arena. Joanna Penn’s vast experience and insightful guests make it a goldmine of knowledge for both seasoned authors and those starting their writing journey. Stay tuned to “The Creative Penn Podcast” for the latest trends and strategies that will empower your writing career.
Write Now with Sarah Werner
“Write Now with Sarah Werner” is a must-listen podcast for aspiring writers seeking to strike a balance between work, life, and writing. Each week, Sarah Werner delivers a dose of encouragement, honest advice, and inspiration that’s essential for anyone dedicated to pursuing their writing passion and crafting words daily. With recurring themes such as books, coffee, rainy days, truth, beauty, lasers, dinosaurs, and all your other beloved interests, this podcast offers a delightful blend of creativity and relatability. It’s the perfect companion to keep your writing spirit alive while navigating the demands of daily life.
Whether you’re a seasoned wordsmith or just starting your writing journey, “Write Now with Sarah Werner” provides the guidance and motivation you need to maintain a consistent writing practice. Tune in to discover a world where your favorite things and the art of storytelling come together to fuel your creative fire.
In Writing with Hattie Crisell
n the “Writing with Hattie Crisell” podcast, seasoned journalist Hattie Crisell takes you on a captivating journey into the writing studios of diverse literary talents. From novelists and screenwriters to poets and journalists, Crisell delves into their creative processes, revealing the why, how, and what of their writing endeavors. This podcast is a treasure trove of insights for writers and enthusiasts, providing a unique opportunity to gain a deeper understanding of the art and craft of writing. With each episode, you’ll discover valuable lessons and inspiration to elevate your own writing skills and techniques, making it a must-listen for anyone seeking to enhance their storytelling prowess.
Don’t miss out on the opportunity to learn from the best in the writing world. Join Hattie Crisell as she unravels the secrets behind the creative minds that shape our literary landscape. Whether you’re an aspiring author or a dedicated reader, “Writing with Hattie Crisell” offers an invaluable perspective on the writing process, encouraging you to refine your craft and embark on your own creative journey. Tune in, and let these engaging conversations help you become a better writer.
Grammar Girl Quick and Dirty Tips for Better Writing
Grammar Girl Quick and Dirty Tips for Better Writing is a five-time award-winning podcast, consistently recognized as the Best Education Podcast by the Podcast Awards. Hosted by Grammar Girl, this podcast offers quick, approachable tips to elevate your writing abilities and foster your appreciation for the English language. Regardless of whether you are a native English speaker or learning it as a second language, Grammar Girl covers a spectrum of topics, including grammar, punctuation, writing style, and business writing, empowering you to become a more proficient and prosperous writer. As a proud member of the Quick and Dirty Tips podcast network, Grammar Girl is your ultimate resource for honing your written communication skills.
DIY MFA Radio
“DIY MFA Radio” is your ultimate destination to transform your writing from ordinary to exceptional. Gain valuable insights, tools, and techniques from renowned authors, masterful writing instructors, and insiders from the publishing industry. This podcast equips you with the skills to unleash your creative potential, allowing you to bring your stories to life on the page. Past episodes have featured esteemed guests such as Delia Ephron, John Sandford, Steve Berry, Jojo Moyes, and more.
In an evolving landscape where writer’s block often pushes us to consider the traditional route of a Master of Fine Arts (MFA) program, “DIY MFA Radio” offers a refreshing alternative. Hosted by Gabriela Pereira, this popular show doesn’t replace an MFA but provides a comprehensive toolkit for writers to diversify and strengthen their craft without the burden of steep tuition fees. Each episode explores a wide array of writing and publishing questions, bringing in insights from celebrated authors like Jojo Moyes, Brenda Jackson, and Steve Berry. From unraveling the intricacies of character development to shedding light on literary tropes and even delving into crafting unique genres like Amish Romance, “DIY MFA Radio” offers a seminar-like experience through the medium of soundwaves, all without incurring student debt. Dive into this podcast to fuel your writing journey and enhance your storytelling prowess.
Longform Podcast” is a valuable resource for writers and storytellers in the digital age, hosted by Aaron Lammer, Max Linsky, and Evan Ratliff. This podcast focuses on in-depth interviews with writers, journalists, filmmakers, and podcasters, offering a deep dive into their creative processes. In an era dominated by clickbait, “Longform” champions the slow burn of creative nonfiction, providing a platform for writers dedicated to longform writing. The recent surge in episodes featuring authors promoting their books and novels aligns with the resurgence in book sales, making it a timely and relevant aspect of the show. With a diverse array of guests and a broad industry scope, “Longform” effectively captures the evolving landscape of storytelling, shedding light on how previously marginalized voices have made their mark in the world of longform writing.
The Writer’s Voice
*Experience the allure of The New Yorker’s finest fiction without the need for a subscription or copious free time. The Writer’s Voice is a captivating addition to The New Yorker’s exceptional podcast repertoire, alongside shows dedicated to fiction, poetry, and The New Yorker Radio Hour. What sets The Writer’s Voice apart is precisely what its name suggests: the authors themselves read their works, lending an unparalleled sense of intimacy to the narratives. While it may not be an indie production, the prestige of The New Yorker attracts some of today’s most accomplished writers. If you’re a contemporary writer eager to explore how ‘our moment’ is portrayed on the page, this podcast is your essential literary companion.”
The Shit No One Tells You About Writing
“The Shit No One Tells You About Writing” is a podcast tailored for emerging writers seeking to enhance their writing skills and gain insights into the complex world of publishing. Hosted by Bianca Marais, a bestselling author renowned for ‘The Witches of Moonshyne Manor,’ this podcast features in-depth interviews with authors, agents, editors, and other key players in the book industry. Marais is joined by literary agents Carly Watters and CeCe Lyra from P.S. Literary Agency, who engage in the insightful “Books with Hooks” segment, critiquing query letters and opening pages. With a perfect blend of practical advice, candid insights, and a touch of humor, this podcast is a valuable resource for aspiring writers looking to navigate the challenging path to publication.
For emerging writers, the journey is often paved with rejection and obstacles before achieving success. “The Shit No One Tells You About Writing” addresses these hurdles and provides essential tools to help writers comprehend the sometimes enigmatic publishing world. Host Bianca Marais, an accomplished author herself, doesn’t shy away from the realities of the publishing industry, offering authentic and practical guidance. What sets this podcast apart is the invaluable query letter critiques by co-hosts Carly Watters and CeCe Lyra, providing an extra layer of insight for writers seeking industry acceptance. If you’re eager to understand the dynamics of the publishing world and explore the often unspoken truths about writing, this podcast is a must-listen for aspiring writers striving to find their place in the literary realm.
In the world of creative writing podcasts on Spotify, you’ll find a diverse range of voices and perspectives to help you grow as a writer. Whether you’re a seasoned author or just starting your writing journey, these top 10 podcasts are sure to ignite your creativity, provide valuable insights, and keep you motivated to write your masterpiece. So, tune in, take notes, and let these podcasts be your companions on your quest to become a better writer. Happy writing!
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What are creative writing podcasts? Creative writing podcasts are audio programs that focus on various aspects of writing, including storytelling techniques, writing advice, author interviews, and tips for aspiring writers.
Why should I listen to creative writing podcasts on Spotify? Spotify offers a wide selection of creative writing podcasts that are easily accessible. These podcasts provide valuable insights, inspiration, and tips for writers, making them a convenient resource for honing your craft.
How can I access these podcasts on Spotify? To access these podcasts, you’ll need to download the Spotify app on your mobile device or visit the Spotify website. Search for the podcast by name in the app’s search bar and start listening.
Are these podcasts suitable for beginners, or are they more for experienced writers? The podcasts listed in the article cater to a wide range of writers, from beginners to experienced authors. They offer advice and insights at various skill levels, so you can find something that suits your needs.
Are these podcasts free to listen to on Spotify? Yes, many of these podcasts are available for free on Spotify. However, some may offer premium content or ad-free versions for a subscription fee. Most of the valuable content is accessible without a subscription.
Can I download these podcasts for offline listening? Yes, Spotify offers an offline listening feature. You can download episodes of your favorite podcasts and listen to them without an internet connection.
Do these podcasts cover specific genres of creative writing? Some of the podcasts may focus on specific genres like fantasy, science fiction, or non-fiction, but the majority cover general aspects of creative writing that can be applied to various genres.
Can I get writing tips and techniques from these podcasts? Absolutely! These podcasts are a valuable source of writing tips, techniques, and insights from experienced authors, editors, and industry professionals.
Do these podcasts feature guest authors or industry experts? Many of these podcasts host interviews with renowned authors, editors, and industry experts, offering unique perspectives and experiences in the world of creative writing.
How often are new episodes released on these podcasts? The frequency of new episodes varies from podcast to podcast. Some may release weekly, bi-weekly, or monthly, so you can choose those that align with your preferences and schedule.
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2. The Creative Penn Podcast For Writers
3. So You want to be a Writer | Australian Writers' Centre
4. Writing Excuses
5. Inside Writing
6. Write-minded Podcast
7. Your Best Writing Life
8. The Writer Files | Writing, Productivity, Creativity, & Neuroscience
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10. The Writing Life
11. The Murverse Mothership
12. The Writing and Marketing Show
13. DIY MFA
14. Writers With Wrinkles
15. The Daily Writer with Kent Sanders
16. Writing for a Change Podcast
18. The Failing Writers Podcast
19. Just Keep Writing
21. The Shit No One Tells You About Writing
22. The Writers' Co-op
23. Inside Scoop Live!
24. Dead Robots' Society
25. Reading And Writing Podcast
26. AAWW Radio | New Asian American Writers & Literature
27. Rocky Mountain Fiction Writers
28. Creative Writing Club
29. Write The Book: Conversations on Craft
31. Amie Kaufman On Writing
32. Bad Ideas about Writing
33. Friends & Fiction
34. Story Grid Podcast
35. The Story Studio Podcast | Writing, Storytelling, & Marketing Advice for Writers & Business
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51. Home Row: Just Keep Writing
52. High-Income Business Writing Podcast
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55. Writer Groupie Podcast
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57. Writers on Writing
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Ever wonder how inflatable men came to be regular fixtures in used car lots? Curious about the origin of the fortune cookie? Want to know why Sigmund Freud opted for a couch over an armchair? 99% Invisible is about all the thought that goes into the things we don't think about – the unnoticed architecture and design that shape our world. Wonderfully entertaining and insightful.
2. The Allusionist
Do you love language and lexicon? Want to find out more about words and phrases? Allow Helen Zaltzman to indulge your language curiosity with her fabulous podcast, The Allusionist. It's funny; it's educational, it's perfect for all you geeks out there who would appreciate "small adventures in language".
3. Answer Me This!
Answer Me This! is a fortnightly comedy podcast with Helen Zaltzman (also of The Allusionist) and Olly Mann, with the assistance of Martin the Sound Man. They've been answering questions from listeners since 2007, and – in the process – have won many awards. They sometimes welcome special guests on their show, so it's always worth a listen.
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Write Night is a weekly writing oriented talk show, with published authors discussing both the creative and technical sides of writing. Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/write-night/support
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Ep 75: TV, Movie, & Comic Book Writers
Trevor Crafts and D. Clarence Snyder chat with Travis about creating things from the small panel to the big screen. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/write-night/support
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Ep 74: Four Female Authors, Retro Interviews
Travis talks with Tina Connolly (Author of Ironskin and Silverblind), Emily Leverett (Author of The Wolf and the Nun Series), Margaret McGraw, Misty Massey, and Danielle McPhail in a series of interviews from almost a decade ago! --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/write-night/support
- 5 AVR. 2022
Ep 73: Steampunk Game Writers, Tabletop & Online
Interviews with Daniel Burrows and Charlie Stayton, creators of Tephra the Steampunk Role Playing Game, and with Gabriel LaForge of City of Steam. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/write-night/support
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Ep 72: Fashion, Fantasy, & Fae
Interviews with Katherine Gleason, Author of Anatomy of Steampunk: The Fashion of Victorian Futurism, John R. White, author of Tales of the Airship Neverland, and Karen Kay, Founder of FAE Magazine. --- Support this podcast: https://podcasters.spotify.com/pod/show/write-night/support
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Ep 71: MystiCon 2018 Interviews with Dave Lee & RS Belcher
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