May 31, 2022
Graduation is in the air. Today we're talking about our own high school and college graduations, what our hopes and expectations were as young writers, and what we would tell our 18-year-old selves about setting out on the writing journey.
May 24, 2022
Today we're reflecting on having reached the age where we have a high school graduate, what we're reading and watching, and, perhaps most importantly, that one thing that can transform your creative life.
May 17, 2022
Today we're talking about a recent interview we watched with Anthony Doerr, author of the Pulitzer-prize winning book All the Light We Cannot See, along with the recent Smucker household favorite, Cloud Cuckoo Land. In Doerr we see a writer who only a few books ago wondered if anything would become of his writing...
May 10, 2022
Today we're talking with author Devi Laskar about why a timed writing practice is so helpful, how she settled on second person for the point of view of her newest novel Circa, and how she gets past the negative voices in her head.
May 2, 2022
When Katy's fiance called off their engagement a week before the wedding, she was thrown into a tailspin. But in the ensuing weeks, months, and years, she discovered a strength in herself she didn't know was there. So she decided to write a memoir about it.
Today Katy tells us how she decided what to include in...