15 episodes

A podcast about writers for writers, wannabe writers, and people who just like learning about writers and writing.

Sounds About Write Abby Wolfe

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A podcast about writers for writers, wannabe writers, and people who just like learning about writers and writing.

    Sounds About Write, The Revival FT. Irv's Mom (Alli Hoff Kosik)

    Sounds About Write, The Revival FT. Irv's Mom (Alli Hoff Kosik)

    • 56 min
    Jenny Stallard: Lifestyle Journalist and Founder of Freelance Feels

    Jenny Stallard: Lifestyle Journalist and Founder of Freelance Feels

    Jenny Stallard is a lifestyle journalist and the founder of Freelance Feels.

    • 1 hr 2 min
    Kinsey Grant: Writer, Editor, and Podcast Host for Morning Brew

    Kinsey Grant: Writer, Editor, and Podcast Host for Morning Brew

    On Episode 12, I chat with Kinsey Grant. Kinsey is a writer, editor, and podcast host for Morning Brew, the daily email taking the world by storm. No really, they already have 1.6 million subscribers—and counting! We chat about her journey into journalism, her creative process, what working at a media startup is like, and more.

    • 44 min
    Randle Browning is an SEO Strategist, Copywriter, and Songwriter (Oh—and a Pizza Shop Owner!)

    Randle Browning is an SEO Strategist, Copywriter, and Songwriter (Oh—and a Pizza Shop Owner!)

    Randle Browning is a writer and music maker living in Brooklyn, NY. We talk about copywriting, SEO strategy, songwriting, the freelance life, and more.

    • 59 min
    Diving Into Content Strategy with Sweet Spot Content Founder Adrian Granzella Larssen

    Diving Into Content Strategy with Sweet Spot Content Founder Adrian Granzella Larssen

    Episode 10's guest is Adrian Granzella Larssen! Adrian is the founder of Sweet Spot Content, which helps inspiring brands, publications, and thought leaders create authentic, engaging content. She spent five years leading the editorial strategy and team at TheMuse.com and is also a freelance writer. Her work has been in the Wall Street Journal, Fast Company, Harper's Bazaar, Real Simple, Entrepreneur, Money, and more. And, because she's just this cool, she also wrote Your Year Off, a digital guide to traveling the world inspired by her experience traveling to 30 countries in 12 months.

    • 56 min
    Sara McNally: On Owning a Letterpress Stationery Company and the Magic of Snail Mail

    Sara McNally: On Owning a Letterpress Stationery Company and the Magic of Snail Mail

    Sara McNally is the owner of Constellation & Co, a letterpress stationery company and brick & mortar gift shop located in the Seattle Fishermen’s Terminal. We talk about how to write cards that really mean something, mental health, running a small business, the true power of words, and more.

    • 57 min

Customer Reviews

staceyone9er ,

Abby is a natural host and a breath of fresh air on a subject near and dear to many

Full disclosure: I am a guest on an episode of Abby’s podcast, but I’ve been listening to all the episodes and just floored at the depth of each episode. Abby asks the hard questions when necessary (cc: Ms. Boogaard’s episode when freelancing and getting paid money for said freelancing comes up) but delights in painting the picture of an array of writing from avenues. She’s a curious host with strong insight and self-awareness that sings through every episode. A great break from the saturated investigative journalism podcasts cropping up as of late and a fresher, brighter interview podcast.

K8E Smith ,

Authentic and Insightful

What a great podcast for writers and non-writers alike. Abby and her guests are passionate about what they do and give listeners a wealth of knowledge about writing and what it takes to get to where they are in their careers. I love the conversational feel and authenticity of the show. I can’t wait to keep listening!

K Burger ,

Inspiring and Insightful

I would not consider myself a writer, but I can certainly appreciate those that are! Sounds About Write has already taught me so much. Abby asks insightful questions of each guest and I feel like I’m right there having the conversation with them. I think writers and so many others (like myself) will find the podcast helpful and also inspiring. It’s wonderful to learn how each guest is pursuing their passion in a myriad of ways.

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