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An Opera for Carlow: Episode 2
In this episode we meet Aspiro, the choir who will work with the creative team on the new opera and get to hear from those involved.
Editing ep 2 of the 100 Stories Podcast. Interviewed Nick Harkaway.
1 on 1 with Psychic Rebecca Dettman - Part 2 - Making The Most of 2015
Rebecca Dettman is a leading expert in psychic-emotional work. Since 2005, she has channelled over 3000 hours of higher vibrational...
Writing daily diary 3
Toni Grisoni after his talk at exposures
Nick Taussig - Radio Wales
Conversations with Authors: John Shea
My guest today is John Shea, author of Building Authority Relationships through Online Marketing. John has some great tips on...
Wannabee a Writer? JANE WENHAM JONES on 100 Authors Week on GORGEOUS GOSSIP
We love books and each week we bring you an Author of the Week. We have now racked up an impressive, if we say so ourselves, 100 Authors...
Jo Caulfield - British Comedienne and writer interview
This is part one of the interview part 2 will follow shorly
Interviewed 2010.Exeter Phoenix , England. Jo has been on tonnes of comedy T.V. quiz shows, written for Graham Norton and presents her own BBC Radio show.
What is a writer?
(Angela here) Love the 'random subject starting point' method @Montagfire. Thanks for sharing. And thanks for listening to our Boo.
I like the 'random subject starting point' method. I go into my library and put my hands on 3 random non fiction books then try to weave something from that. stick two or three people in the story and a conflict and off you go. Like Sailing race, australia and dogs... Architecture, horology and ghosts Roses, horses and civil war Bikes, computers and murder... or Mathmatics, cakes and hitler.... honestly it does seem work even if it is a catalyst for something else. Sometimes it is soooo weird it becomes brilliant, like, The real life story of the hunchback of Notre Dame, Statue of liberty and carpentry.. .imagine a modern twist of a classic tale of a disfigured but big hearted 'monster' that is found by a beatiful immigrant who survives a sinking boat. He is living in the basement areas of the statue of liberty and he carves little figures from driftwood with some old tools a workmman once left behind, the immigrant trafficker learns of the girls survival and the autorities have suspicions that the urban legend of the figure in the statue is a possibility after all... you get the picture It is a fun method. close your eyes and put your hand on three non fiction books..try it.
Satish Kumar on 'Tagore 150': the year of Rabindranath Tagore
Waking Up Feeling a Certain Way
Fine Line on the Radio: an interview with Chief Editorial Consultant, Kate Gould. Part Four
Writing Demo Tape
My First AudioBoo!
Emerging author Yvette Edwards
Emerging author Yvette Edwards discusses her successes and challenges as a writer.
Elisabeth Russell Taylor - BELATED Author of the Week on Literary Lusts
One could merely say that Elisabeth Russell Taylor is an author of 6 novels, 3 collections of short stories - the latest being Belated -...
Lisa Dempster, director of the Emerging Writers festival in Melbourne, discusses social media
Accounts New Purpose - creative diary
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