This week, I talk to Eleanor Peters about the link between music and crime, the Beatles and UK Drill music.
This week, I talk to Ali Chappell about the challenges of directing and acting in her own projects, her desire to create a romantic comedy horror film and championing women in horror.
On a bonus episode, I talk to Dr. Pamela Steiner, from the Harvard School of Public Health, about the Armenian Genocide.
This week, I talk to Dania Ramos about creating audio dramas, writing for a young audience and the importance of challenging yourself as a writer.
This week, I talk to Aaron Poochigian about Verse Novels, what brought him into poetry and his process writing verse narratives.
This week, I talk to Sheryl St. Germain about substance addiction, losing a loved one to substance abuse and finding new ways to inspire people.
This week, I talk to Tim Seibles, the Poet Laureate of Virginia, about Jimi Hendrix, avoiding monotony in his work, and writing poems in the voice of Blade the Daywalker.
This week, I talk to Donna Talarico about the real people in our lives that become characters in our work, her lack of a creative writing process, and Hippocampus, her creative non-fiction magazine and conference.
This week, I talk to Nisha Sharma about retelling works of Shakespeare, the books that unlocked her love for reading and how her approach to writing changes for each project.
This week, I talk to Nicole Pandolfo about the rules of screenwriting, generative writing exercises in the classroom and finding your voice as a writer.