Coffee House Writers Group Podcast
By Coffee House Writers Group
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We're a southern California based non-profit organization built by writers for writers! The goal of Coffee House Writers Group is to help writers at all levels sharpen their craft, find useful writing resources and connect with other writers. We have critique group meetings and more on meetup.com. Find us on Twitter @chwritersgroup and Facebook.com/coffeehousewritersgroup. Our website: chwritersgroup.org.
||Clean10 Long Beach Community Theater with Ann Wellman||Our local community in southern California is full of great creators and organizers. Here in our own Long Beach, Ann Wellman is running a theater where artists share their own stories on stage! Plus commentary on our community as writers and J tries hi.||12/22/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean09 How to Query an Agent with Alana Saltz||Finding a good agent can be tough. Getting them to agree to be your agent can be just as challenging. In this podcast, J discusses with guest Alana Saltz on the best ways to query an agent. They go over structure, examples, and etiquette.||10/28/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean08 How To Critique Others with John Lowell||Writing groups are a great way to help improve your work and your craft. When you participate, you end up critiquing other writers’ work. John Lowell and J discuss how to do it. Click here to listen to up to the 10 most recent podcasts||10/13/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean07 Publish in 180 Days with Scott McClelland||Want to get published and haven’t yet? Scott with show you how to do it in 180 days. The internet has a plethora of resources, so let’s learn to use them. Click here to listen to up to the 10 most recent podcasts||9/22/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean06 The Writer’s Platform with Wendy Van Camp||Wendy Van Camp discusses the writer’s platform -a valuable tool for the author to get his/her work out there. Listen now to get insight into how to do it yourself. Plus, Sci-fi haiku (Scifaiku). Hosted, edited, and produced by J Bryan Jones.||8/2/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean05 Young Adult Fiction with Cory Rasmussen||J & Cory discuss the challenges of writing Young Adult Fiction. How do you define YA? How do you capture that voice? Listen now. Plus, on how writing is art and the attack in Orlando on a gay nightclub. Click here to listen to up to the 10 most recent .||7/5/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean04 Writing the 1st Paragraph with Andrew Turner||The first paragraph is the initial impression you leave with editors, agents, and readers. It’s important to get it right. This is the first “shop talk” -editorial lessons on improving your writing- brought to you by Andrew Turner. As always,||6/2/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean03 Beggars Crossing with CHWG Anthology Editor Bill Wilbur||CHWG published a book of short stories called BEGGAR’S CROSSING. Each story began with a prompt that sets it in a desert town of the same name when a visitor is greeted by a mysterious old man. In the book,||5/19/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean02 CHWG Vice President Eric von Mizener||Organization Vice President Eric von Mizener sold his first screenplay as a teen to NBC’s the Incredible Hulk, Executive Directed the Cayman Islands Film Festival, and now leads the Screenwriting Meetup in Long Beach.||5/5/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
||Clean01 CHWG Founder Christine Bryant||Our First Podcast! With our organization’s founder, president, and CEO, Christine Bryant. We talk about the history of Coffee House Writers Group and her amazing life. Our podcast will feature members of the writing community including our members,||4/21/2016||Free||View in iTunes|
I am looking forward to more!
These podcasts are very informative, entertaining, and educational in regards to Coffee House Writers Group, and getting to listen to the stories of some of the Board members was very interesting.
Great for Writers!
This podcast has so much useful insight. It's got you covered from writing critiques to publishing to interesting stories and writing journies. If you're a writer, you need to subscribe to this. It's a non-profit built by writers for writers. It's so great to have such an open-minded, constructive organization generating their own content!
Interesting and informative!!!
I learned a lot from these podcasts. It was entertaining and definitely worth the time I spent listening.