15Jan/16

Amy Hoff & Caledonia

 Caledonia The-Connoisseur It gives us great pleasure to announce Amy Hoff, Alasdair Reavey, and Christopher Stanley as the guests on Episode 039: Watch the Background Carefully.
Join us as we talk with Amy, Alasdair and Chris about Caledonia, how they translate the printed work to the screen, the importance of real characters, and highlighting the real Glasgow.
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01Jan/16

Brent Hartinger

December 9, 2016

It gives us great pleasure to announce Brent Hartinger and Tim O’Leary as the guests on episode 088: Cockshrubbery!  They join us to talk about LGBTQ Film and Television from an insider’s perspective and the increasing need for diversity.

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Bio:

For the last twenty years, Brent Hartinger has made his living writing just about everything that involves words: novels, screenplays, plays, web content, even greeting cards. These days, he writes in lots of genres in many different mediums. His latest project is a dark and edgy gay teen book — part horror, part puzzle box thriller — called Three Truths and a Lie (published by Simon & Schuster).
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Tim O’Leary is a Los Angeles-based screenwriter, ghostwriter, author, and playwright. On his website, timolearyonline.com, you will find news about his latest projects, including his various webseries and the next book in his adults-only Greek myth book series, The Lusty Journey of Perseus.

 

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January 1, 2016

 TheGeographyClub-webTheThingIDidntKnow-webBarefootInTheCityOfBrokenDreams-webTheRoadToAmazing-web It gives us great pleasure to announce Brent Hartinger as the guest on Episodes 037 and 038: Prank Phone Calls, part 1 and 2.
Join us as we talk with Brent about why being a goof with friends is the most cherished memory, his journey from writing YA into Adult novels, and having a book optioned for film.
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31Dec/15

2015 Twelve Days of Stories

We at the Written on the Edge podcast are grateful for the family-in-spirit that has grown up around the idea of our stories of love, life, and living to the fullest.

As you bebop through your holiday this year, we’d like to show our gratitude with a little cheer. Twelve cheers, actually. Delivered to you in the mornings as daily half-hour stories through the end of December.

Set your listening app to automatic download. You may find a new author whose works you’ll love, or be treated to a new tale from a favorite storyteller.

We only ask that you spread the love and tell people about the authors and stories you hear this year.

Warm, safe, and happy holidays from all of us at the WROTE Podcast!

2. The Holiday Spirit Dec 15 – Turtledoves Carole Cummings
3. Trois Poules Françaises Dec 16 – French Hens Freddy MacKay
4. Trouble Sits Down for Dinner Dec 17 – Calling Birds Pat Henshaw
5. Five Rings Dec 21 – Gold Rings Jamie Fessenden
6. Six Geese Laid Dec 22 – Geese a-Laying (Winter Solstice) A. Catherine Noon & Rachel Wilder
7. Seven Swans Dec 23 – Swans a-Swimming Albert Nothlit
8. Full Moon to Manhattan Dec 24 – Maids a-Milking (Christmas Eve) Jayne Lockwood
9. Midwinter Dancing Dec 28 – Ladies Dancing (mid-Kwanzaa) Angel Martinez
10.  Ten Dec 29 – Lords a-Leaping J. Scott Coatsworth
11. Piping Through the Night Dec 30 – Pipers Piping A. M. Burns
12. En Pointe Dec 31 – Drummers Drumming (New Year’s Eve) SA “Baz” Collins
31Dec/15

2015 Twelve Days of Stories – Day Twelve – SA Collins

We at the Written on the Edge podcast are grateful for the family-in-spirit that has grown up around the idea of our stories of love, life, and living to the fullest.

As you bebop through your holiday this year, we’d like to show our gratitude with a little cheer. Twelve cheers, actually. Delivered to you in the mornings as daily half-hour stories through the end of December.

SA Collins rings in Day Twelve with “En Pointe” narrated by Vance Bastian.

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30Dec/15

2015 Twelve Days of Stories – Day Eleven – A.M. Burns

We at the Written on the Edge podcast are grateful for the family-in-spirit that has grown up around the idea of our stories of love, life, and living to the fullest.

As you bebop through your holiday this year, we’d like to show our gratitude with a little cheer. Twelve cheers, actually. Delivered to you in the mornings as daily half-hour stories through the end of December.

A.M. Burns enchants Day Eleven with “Piping Through the Night” narrated by Jay Snively.

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29Dec/15

2015 Twelve Days of Stories – Day Ten – J Scott Coatsworth

We at the Written on the Edge podcast are grateful for the family-in-spirit that has grown up around the idea of our stories of love, life, and living to the fullest.

As you bebop through your holiday this year, we’d like to show our gratitude with a little cheer. Twelve cheers, actually. Delivered to you in the mornings as daily half-hour stories through the end of December.

J. Scott Coatsworth leaps into Day 10 with “Ten” – narrated by Vance Bastian.

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28Dec/15

2015 Twelve Days of Stories – Day Nine – Angel Martinez

We at the Written on the Edge podcast are grateful for the family-in-spirit that has grown up around the idea of our stories of love, life, and living to the fullest.

As you bebop through your holiday this year, we’d like to show our gratitude with a little cheer. Twelve cheers, actually. Delivered to you in the mornings as daily half-hour stories through the end of December.

Angel Martinez unwraps Day 9 with “Midwinter Dancing” – a tale she both wrote AND narrates for you!

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24Dec/15

Lee James

 IcarusAscending_192x300ErrorsOmmissionDayDreamGeneric It gives us great pleasure to announce Lee James as the guest on Episodes 035: Errors and Revisions, parts 1 and 2.
Join us as we talk with Lee about his journey crafting Crime Noir novels, how one bad review can change everything, Amazon and audio books, and working with editors and publishers.
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24Dec/15

2015 Twelve Days of Stories – Day Eight – Jayne Lockwood

We at the Written on the Edge podcast are grateful for the family-in-spirit that has grown up around the idea of our stories of love, life, and living to the fullest.

As you bebop through your holiday this year, we’d like to show our gratitude with a little cheer. Twelve cheers, actually. Delivered to you in the mornings as daily half-hour stories through the end of December.

Jayne Lockwood lights up Day Eight with “Full Moon to Manhattan” narrated by Vance Bastian.

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23Dec/15

2015 Twelve Days of Stories – Day Seven – Albert Nothlit

We at the Written on the Edge podcast are grateful for the family-in-spirit that has grown up around the idea of our stories of love, life, and living to the fullest.

As you bebop through your holiday this year, we’d like to show our gratitude with a little cheer. Twelve cheers, actually. Delivered to you in the mornings as daily half-hour stories through the end of December.

Albert Nothlit evokes in Day Seven with “Seven Swans” narrated by Vance Bastian.

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