100 episodes

Each week, co-hosts, Alida Winternheimer, author and writing coach at Word Essential, Kathryn Arnold, emerging writer, & Robert Scanlon, author of the Blood Empire series, have conversations about the craft of writing fiction. They bring diverse experiences and talents to the table from both the traditional and indie worlds.

Our goal is for each episode to be a fun, lively discussion of some aspect of story craft that enlightens, as well as entertains.

Sometimes we have special guests. All episodes are available in video as well. Visit www.StoryWorksPodcast.com for videos, show notes, and more.

Story Works Round Table | Conversations About Craft | Before You Can Be a Successful Author, You Have to Write a Great Story Alida Winternheimer

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    • 4.2, 5 Ratings

Each week, co-hosts, Alida Winternheimer, author and writing coach at Word Essential, Kathryn Arnold, emerging writer, & Robert Scanlon, author of the Blood Empire series, have conversations about the craft of writing fiction. They bring diverse experiences and talents to the table from both the traditional and indie worlds.

Our goal is for each episode to be a fun, lively discussion of some aspect of story craft that enlightens, as well as entertains.

Sometimes we have special guests. All episodes are available in video as well. Visit www.StoryWorksPodcast.com for videos, show notes, and more.

Customer Reviews

4.2 out of 5
5 Ratings

5 Ratings

Quilter_reader ,

Great podcast

I love the format of the podcast as a round table discussion. The group has a great dynamic and are knowledgeable. My only complaint is that for some episodes you can hear a saliva sound from one of the women that I simply can't abide. I don't know if that can be corrected by a foam cover for the mic or drinking water or something else. Keep up the good work but please fix that sound.

NodNonNoh ,

Painfully abrasive

This is maybe the most painfully abrasive podcast I’ve experienced. It’s called a round table, but there’s definitely someone at the head of the table and she would benefit from some studying some Groundlings improv “yes, and” philosophy. With her, it’s all, “No. You’re wrong.” The other people at the table don’t stand a chance. I don’t know why anyone would choose to be on this podcast with her. She should just do it on her own, so she can voice her opinion as gospel without having to steamroll over people actually trying to have a conversation about story and craft.

Katwritenow ,

Fantastic Craft Conversations

Great conversations that convey tons of information and great examples.

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