Want to find your next bingeable podcast? Don’t know where to start? Scared you’ve missed something? We have listed episodes from our amazing podcasters from the last week for you to check out!
Smart Podcast, Trashy Books: 432. Saving Endangered Animals, Plus Romance: A Conversation with Michelle Hazen
Michelle Hazen is a romance author and a wildlife tortoise biologist, a semi-nomadic career (the biologist part) (and also the author part) that informs much of her writing. We talk about saving baby animals, writing about trauma, life in the desert doing biologist work, and romance tropes that work really well in the desert.
First Cup of Coffee with Jeffe Kennedy: November 13, 2020
A lot more today on fast drafting and the pros and cons of writing so fast that it requires huge amounts of revising time vs. taking more time while drafting so there’s less revising time. As always, it depends on what you’re trying to do!
First Cup of Coffee – November 16, 2020: The dangers of thinking that 110% effort is possible – and why it’s really okay to give some things 80% or even less – and how perfectionism can interfere with productive creativity. AKA: why I’m not buying a ring light.
Big Gay Fiction Podcast: Episode 268 – Debut Author Liz Faraim Introduces Vivian Chastain
Author Liz Faraim talks with Jeff about her debut novel “Canopy,” which kicks off the “Vivian Chastain” series. Liz discusses the origins of Vivian, why this became her first novel, and how she shared early versions of the story through live readings. Liz also shares what got her into writing and what’s still to come with this series as well as her next one. The guys also talk about the HBO Max limited series “Equal.”
Couple’s Talking Couples: Easy A
Boot up your live stream and meet us at the pep rally because this week Ashley and Ryan are diving into “Easy A.” Discussion topics include: is this really even a relationship movie, Hollywood high school blindspots, and the most challenging gender reversal script of all time.
The SSR Podcast: Episode 121: Grown (with Hayley Krischer)
For Week Three of New Reads November, Alli and her guest dive into a discussion about Tiffany D. Jackson’s latest YA novel, Grown. Published in September 2020, Grown tells the story of an aspiring singer named Enchanted Jones who is swept into the scary world of beloved superstar Korey Fields. It’s a commentary on power and influence and race and the way our society treats victims of sexual assault — and it offers so much important food for thought in this conversation!
(Trigger warning: sexual abuse, rape, assault, child abuse, kidnapping, addiction)