Perspectives and reflections on the writing and publishing life. Mark Leslie Lefebvre, a writer, bookseller, digital publishing advocate, professional speaker, and publishing consultant explores inclusive and collaborative opportunities for writers and book publishing professionals via interviews, discussions, and reflections about the industry. (Mark's personal website is www.markleslie.ca)
Emily Goodwin on Writers of the Future
Mark interviews Emily Goodwin about The Writers and Illustrators of the Future Content, anthology, and free online workshops for writers.
The Wide World Vision of Judith & Michael Anderle of LMBPN Publishing
Mark interviews Judith and Michael Anderle of LMBPN Publishing about their publishing company and the multiple interactive collaborations with authors and book industry players.
Author Insights from Youth Services Librarians
Mark interviews Julie Bonser and Michelle Rutter from the Eastern Monroe Public Library.
Nurturing Opportunity with Nadine Williams
Mark interviews author, poet and speaker Nadine Williams.
ScribeCount with Philippa A. Werner
Mark interviews Philippa A. Werner about her writing and about ScribeCount, a sales analysis platform for authors.
The Bright Horror Road with Susie Moloney
Mark interviews author and screenwriter Susie Moloney about her career writing horror, about her books and her latest screenplay/film BRIGHT HILL ROAD.
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A great podcast for writers
There's no doubt about it, Mark knows what he's talking about. His years of experience alone back this up, but I enjoy listening to the Stark Reflections podcast because his interviews (and non-interview episodes) always make me reflect on my own writing or life in general. Keep up the fantastic work!
Writing? Listen to this.
Mark’s podcast is my new favourite. He’s positive, knowledgeable, funny, and friendly. Add to that a desire to continue to learn (and share) about the publishing industry, and you have the perfect podcast for writers. Highly recommend!
My Morning Inspiration Podcast
I love listening to this podcast because Mark helps to inspire and give you food for thought. After listening I am revved up to create!
(I gave four stars because there should always be room to grow, get better and to keep up the good work!)