Storywise is a podcast that delivers the story behind the people telling stories as a way to inform, motivate an inspire writers how to make their dreams a reality.
INTERVIEW W/ PRENTICE PENNY – Co-Executive Producer, “Brooklyn Nine-Nine”
Podcast Interview with Jim Brandon and Brian Singleton – Writers, SURVIVING JACK
INTERVIEW WITH CHAD GERVICH – WRITER, AUTHOR, SPEAKER, PRODUCER – Book, “How To Manage Your Agent: A Writer’s Guide to Hollywood Representation”
INTERVIEW W/ PETER DESBERG & JEFFREY DAVIS (AUTHORS OF “SHOW ME THE FUNNY!: HOLLYWOOD TOP COMEDY WRITERS”
INTERVIEW WITH KATHIE FONG YONEDA – SCRIPT CONSULTANT/AUTHOR/SEMINAR LEADER – “THE SCRIPT SELLING GAME 2ND EDITION: A HOLLYWOOD INSIDER’S LOOK AT GETTING YOUR SCRIPT SOLD AND PRODUCED
INTERVIEW WITH CAROLE KIRSCHNER – CAREER COACH/AUTHOR “HOLLYWOOD GAME PLAN: HOW TO FIND A JOB IN TV, FILM OR DIGITAL ENTERTAINMENT”
A great podcast for aspiring writers. Highly recommended. Jen's interviews are informative and inspiring!
Great content, POOR INTERVIEW SKILLS
There is a wealth of great content in these podcasts for writers. Unfortunately the podcast host, Jen Grisanti, makes listening to these podcasts a form of torture. She really needs to LISTEN to just one of her own podcasts and she will realize her LOUD voice (much louder than the interviewee) that drops a million "uh-huh's" "RIGHTs" [literally hundreds] "YES...you're so RIGHT" sets your teeth on edge and completely obscures the great content. She needs to realize that she cannot treat a podcast interview as a private conversation. The pocast interviewer must shhhh and not say a single word, even "RIGHT's", when the other person is talking. Her constant, neverending, unnecessary interruptions are extremely distracting and make her otherwise great podcast head-ache inducing.
She is very helpful for those who would want to work as a screenwriter. Highly recommended!