The Creative Writing Podcast at AmericanWriters.com is designed to help writers of all levels. The focus is on characterization, narrative, plot development, dialogue, conflict, setting, literary archetypes, etc. Episodes are not centered around mindless, useless pep talks and recycled writing tips. Rather, the Podcast at AmericanWriters.com offers in-depth analysis of what works and what doesn't, with explanations and original writing samples. Subscribe and visit AmericanWriters.com for more information.
By Tom Occhipinti
The number one theatre podcast is back after almost 5 years! Broadway Bullet features interviews with Broadway starts, and artists on the rise, from actors to designers, directors and writers. Covering Theatre on Broadway, Off-Broadway, Independent theatre and more. Music from different shows and some live, exclusive performances. Its like an audio magazine with something new behind each segment.
By Broadway Bullet Podcast
From the pages of Allure, the world’s leading beauty magazine, "ALLURE BACKSTAGE" guides you behind the scenes at the fashion shows in Milan, Paris, and New York. Host Linda Wells, Allure founder and Editor-in-Chief, brings you the top looks as well as interviews with designers, supermodels, and the world's leading beauty experts. "TOTAL MAKEOVER," one of Allure's most popular features, follows three women during a year long, non-surgical overhaul of their bodies, including advice, instruction, and encouragement from some of the leading nutritionists, personal trainers, psychologists, and other experts. Visit our website at www.allure.com.
Veteran TV writer and producer Rob Long shares his behind-the-scenes look at Hollywood life on "Martini Shot." A contributing editor for the National Review and Newsweek International, he was a co-executive producer of "Cheers" while still in his 20s and is the co-creator of a string of (cancelled) sitcoms: "George & Leo," "Men, Women & Dogs," etc. Rob is also the author of "Conversations With My Agent," the cult classic about real life in Hollywood, as well as its recently published sequel, "Set Up, Joke, Set Up, Joke."
By Rob Long, KCRW.com