Words and Nerds Podcast is an entertaining and conversational podcast that aims to get inside a writer's mind. We discuss books, the social and political influences of a writer's work and how literature has the power to change the world.
The podcast digs deep to bring you an in depth and sometimes humorous analysis of the author's book and its influences. Join us for a new way of looking at literature.
Dani Vee your host, English teacher, podcaster, reader, book enthusiast and over-thinker. Dani is joined by various guest co-hosts and has a number of spin off episodes including the Feedback Sessions, Summer Series Takeover, Bite-Size Episodes, livestreams, mash-ups and cross-overs.
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317. Cassie Hamer & Tabitha Bird: The Emporium of Imagination
In a podcast takeover Cassie Hamer interviews Tabitha Bird about The Emporium of Imagination
316. Nikki Gemmell: The Ripping Tree
Nikki Gemmell chats to Dani Vee about her new book The Ripping Tree, taboos of motherhood and how it changed her as a writer.
315. Nicola Moriarty: You Need To Know
Nicola Moriarty chats to Dani Vee about You Need To Know
2. Publishing Insider: Curtis Brown, Adrian Beck & Dani Vee
Join industry expert Fiona Inglis, Managing Director at CURTIS BROWN for an in depth discussion about publishing, getting an agent and industry secrets.
314. Tristan Bancks: GINGER MEGGS LAUNCH DAY!
Tristan Bancks celebrates 100 years of Ginger Meggs with Dani Vee.
313. Georgia Richter: How To Be An Author
Georgia Richter chats to Dani Vee about how to become an author in Australia.
Stumbled across Words & Nerds on Twitter! Not disappointed. Interesting conversations, interviews & reminds me of why reading is so pleasurable
Wow unexpected !
What a great fun and interesting interview format. Loved the Craig Johnson episode, will definitely check the other episodes out!
Great way to connect with authors
What a delightful podcast! I enjoyed the conversation and wanted to immediately buy the book the author talked about even though it's not my usual genre. It's so fun to hear about how the book came together and their goals and inspiration. The hosts ask very thoughtful questions. Highly recommend!