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StoryWonk Sunday | StoryWonk

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Smart Podcasts About The Stories You Love

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Storywonk Sunday offers an unbelievably generous amount of advice for aspiring writers. Even if you've been published, storywonk will offer you something in regards to the craft or finding inspiration in outside sources.
I've been listening for a long time an I look forward to each new episode as if it's a casual meeting with close friends over coffee.

You need to hear this.

A great podcast for writers...and story wonks

StoryWonk Daily has 300 podcasts under its belt (I'm still going through them), and now they're doing a longer, one-day-a-week format. It's just been one full ep so far, but Alastair and Lani are as adorable as they were on Daily. This is my favorite writing podcast: the hosts are enthusiastic, honest (about "writer crazy," etc), and have a great rapport. One of my favorite things about it is their analysis of TV shows (Cheers, Leverage, Buffy, etc) and movies (Simon Pegg movies on ep 2). If you're interested in narrative and pop culture, you'll really enjoy this podcast.

Fun & Inspiring - like hanging out at a pub with a couple of your favorite writers...

Lani and Alastair have great rapport and are genuinely funny. I enjoy listening to their debates about writing theory. I always walk away with something new to bring to my own writing practice.

Pour yourself a glass of wine. Grab a beer. Listen and enjoy.