Want to make your living as a writer? Love listening to other people’s life stories? Tune in for advice on the craft and business of personal history, the growing field of recording memoirs and family histories for paying clients.
Sex, Intimacy, and Life Story Books
Karin Jones believes sex and intimacy are a big part of our lives, and she challenges personal historians to gently explore this topic with their storytelling clients.
Audio Life Stories with Gloria Nussbaum of Real to Real, Part 2
Gloria Nussbaum of Real to Real, a personal history company that produces audio projects, talks equipment, prices, and more.
Audio Life Stories with Gloria Nussbaum of Real to Real
Personal historian Gloria Nussbaum captures clients' voices and stories on audio recordings. She tells us why it's important and how she does it.
Lisa Kagan of Family Heirloom Arts, Part 2
Lisa Kagan talks about creating illustrated heirloom books for clients, and how other personal historians help her produce her books
Workshops with Lisa Kagan of Family Heirloom Arts
Lisa Kagan's workshops and retreats help people find their creativity, and help them find her personal history services.
Write a Local Column to Market Your Business, with Lisa Lombardi O'Reilly
Lisa Lombard O'Reilly of Your Stories Written joins us for a conversation about personal history. Listen as we discuss:
Lisa's experience writing her dad's life story book
using Kindle Direct Publishing for cheap proof copies and supplying friends with print-on-demand books
Lisa's monthly column on personal history for Coastal View, a local print publication
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Amy Woods Butler has created a podcast that shines light on the path for those coming behind her in this industry. She is engaging...asking all the questions you are wanting to know the answers to while keeping the show fun and interesting! Thank you Amy for this gift!
A very well done podcast. Amy Woods Butler is a pro. I listen to many, many podcasts and Amy has a real gift. Amazing to me the number of “big time” podcast hosts who love hear themselves talk and the guests can’t get a word in edge-wise. They could all use a lesson from Amy! She asks great questions and draws out engaging, interesting answers from her guests. I love the variety of guests and I always learn something new.
I really enjoy this podcast! It is the only one I know of that is recorded for Personal Historians. I learn something interesting every time I tune in. Thank you Amy!