Join two pro editors, Louise Harnby and Denise Cowle, on The Editing Podcast for regular tips, tools and guidance on writing and editing.
Writing screenplays and novels: With Rich Leder
Louise Harnby and Denise Cowle talk to Rich Leder about writing screenplays and novels. Rich has worked with some of the biggest names in the movie industry. He shares what he's learned about Hollywood, TV and novel craft.
Editing short-form content
Louise Harnby and Denise Cowle talk about editing short-form content such as newsletters, letters, blog posts, short stories, essays and reports.
Accountability groups for editors
Louise Harnby and Denise Cowle talk about accountability groups, and how they can help editors and other freelance editorial professionals emotionally and practically.
Sensitivity reading: With editor Crystal Shelley
Louise Harnby and Denise Cowle talk to editor Crystal Shelley about sensitivity reading.
3 ways to tackle editorial marketing overwhelm
Louise Harnby and Denise Cowle discuss marketing for editors and proofreaders, and offer 3 tips on how to overcome the fear.
Creative writing tips: With thriller writer Andy Maslen
Louise Harnby and Denise Cowle talk to thriller writer Andy Maslen about the creative-writing process.
Such a great podcast!
This podcast is informative and interesting. So useful for editors and writers alike.
Everything you need to know about editing but were too afraid to ask
I love this podcast because it's as good for seasoned editors as it is for newbies. All of us have gaps in our knowledge about different editing areas, or need reminding of key points. This podcast clearly explains it all. Denise and Louise have chosen their subjects carefully and logically to build the knowledge of the listener. I also love Editing Bites, the item at the end of each podcast where the pair recommend a resource each. It really is essential listening for anyone who edits, or who needs anything edited.
I love that this podcast is helpful to both prospective editors and proofreaders and to writers of all genres. I've just listened to episode 3 and it's clear why writers should use editors.