37 episodes

Brad King hosts The Downtown Writers Jam Podcast, a discussion with writers about the terrible things in life that led them to join the ranks of the weird and the writerly.

The Downtown Writers Jam Brad King

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    • 5.0, 3 Ratings

Brad King hosts The Downtown Writers Jam Podcast, a discussion with writers about the terrible things in life that led them to join the ranks of the weird and the writerly.

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
3 Ratings

3 Ratings

Jara Yvonne ,

Loving this podcast

This podcast is great! Host Brad King does a great job of interviewing guests in a relaxed conversational style.

Jean Coles ,

Just listen to this podcast okay. You’re welcome.

You know how sometimes you’ll be out in the world, say at a café, and find yourself eavesdropping on a nearby conversation? You can’t help yourself. It’s too good not to. You’re invested and hanging on every word. You might not fully comprehend the entire scope of the context (Of course you don’t — you’re eavesdropping on a stranger’s convo), but you understand more than enough to feel as if you are part of this now. That’s The Downtown Writers Jam Podcast for me. Enthralled in the discussion even if I haven’t YET consumed the guest’s work (i.e. book or film).

Host Brad King is positively captivating. His extensive and diverse background, life experiences, knack for storytelling, and all-around charm allows him to effortlessly create this wonderfully engaging energy and flow between him and his guests.

Come for the dynamic discourse between writers and the hows and whys that led them to telling stories. Keep coming back because you’re a slut for a deliciously raw and unabashed gabfest on life musings and messes.

And, as someone who is in constant pursuit of discovering women storytellers — The Downtown Writers Jam Podcast features an impressive lineup of great female writers and creatives. Big win!

My favorite episodes: Ep. 32 Vikki Tobak, Ep. 27 Trisha Borowicz, Ep. 35 Danielle Sepulveres, Ep. 34 Keri Leigh Merritt, Ep. 33 George Carlin, Ep. 28 Ellen Munds

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