51 episodes

Bestselling author Danielle Trussoni and editor-in-chief and author Panio Gianopoulos co-host WRITERLY, a weekly podcast about all things pertaining to the art and business of writing. From writing the first draft to getting a publisher, from editing your manuscript to marketing your masterpiece, the WRITERLY PODCAST will guide you through every step of the process.

Writerly Danielle Trussoni and Panio Gianopoulos

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    • 5.0, 45 Ratings

Bestselling author Danielle Trussoni and editor-in-chief and author Panio Gianopoulos co-host WRITERLY, a weekly podcast about all things pertaining to the art and business of writing. From writing the first draft to getting a publisher, from editing your manuscript to marketing your masterpiece, the WRITERLY PODCAST will guide you through every step of the process.

    A Writing Coach’s Simple Techniques to Boost Creative Productivity

    A Writing Coach’s Simple Techniques to Boost Creative Productivity

    If you’re having trouble getting back on track—or just want to accelerate your current practice—then this episode is for you. Panio sits down with Jill Dearman, writing coach, editor, and author of Bang the Keys: Four Steps to a Lifelong Writing Practice, to discuss techniques for reigniting your creativity. Includes a special guided mindfulness session!

    • 31 min
    Fan Fiction: Why Write It?

    Fan Fiction: Why Write It?

    In this episode Danielle Trussoni and Panio Gianopoulos talk about fan fiction, what it is, why it is so popular, and why writers might want to try writing it. 

    • 27 min
    Writing Other People’s Characters with Ben Schott

    Writing Other People’s Characters with Ben Schott

    Bestselling author Ben Schott, (Schott’s Miscellany, Schott’s Almanac), takes a surprising creative turn with his new book, Jeeves and the King of Clubs, an authorized follow-up to P.G. Wodehouse’s classic Jeeves and Wooster comic novels. If you’ve ever thought about writing a book in an existing series, or simply been curious about trying something totally different, this episode’s for you...

    • 30 min
    Beating Procrastination: Don't Put It Off

    Beating Procrastination: Don't Put It Off

    In this episode, Danielle and Panio discuss the various ways they fight against the urge to procrastinate when writing. Every writer develops his or her unique way of avoiding a blank page, but wouldn't it be nice to kill procrastination before it happens? Join Writerly for tips about getting your writing done now, not later. 

    • 23 min
    Publishing Trends With Rachel Kahan

    Publishing Trends With Rachel Kahan

    What are the hot trends in fiction? Which trends have cooled? Should writers even care about what’s popular? Panio sits down with Rachel Kahan, executive editor of bestsellers such as Hidden Figures and the Friday Night Knitting Club series, to discuss the phenomenon of blockbuster titles—and how to increase your chances of writing one.

    • 27 min
    A Linguist Reveals the Weird, Wild, Witty World of Words

    A Linguist Reveals the Weird, Wild, Witty World of Words

    Language lovers rejoice! Panio talks with Amanda Montell, feminist linguist and author of Wordslut, about the weird, wild, witty world of words (whew!). Find out why using “like” is a sign of social intelligence, how “vocal fry” can be an act of conversational dominance, and why certain curse words are so much fun to say.

    • 31 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
45 Ratings

45 Ratings

semgineer ,

excellent

Excellent, thoughtful discussions on writing, and the episodes are a nice length.

Totolola ,

Solidarity & Insight

This podcast is full of lots of wisdom about every aspect of writing, but the thing I like best about it is how it shows me that established writers go through (or in some cases have gone through) the tough stuff too, and that it’s all part of the privilege of being a writer.

nycsurfer99 ,

Fires me up

Strategic and tactical advice that is sincere and informed. Thank you!

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