The Creative Nonfiction Podcast with Brendan O'Mearaactive
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Brendan O'Meara
Brendan O'Meara is an author and journalist. The Creative Nonfiction Podcast showcases leaders in narrative journalism, essay, memoir, documentary film, and radio. Brendan teases out the origins, habits, routines, and tactics these masters—Pulitzer Prize winners, New York Times bestsellers—use so that listeners can apply those tools to their own work.
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134 Available Episodes (134 Total)Average duration: 01:00:01
Jan 18 | 01:00:10
Episode 135—Leanna James Blackwell Talks About Fallow Periods, Running with Ideas, and 90s Grunge
Jan 11 | 01:10:59
Episode 134—Harrison Scott Key on Finding the Nature of His Talent, Humor, and the Pull to Create
Jan 04 | 01:03:28
Episode 133—Vanya Erickson Speaks Fluent ‘Boot Language’
Dec 28 | 01:00:37
Episode 132—Laura Hillenbrand on Research Workarounds, Reading Aloud, and Campfire Storytelling
Dec 21 | 00:49:37
Episode 131—Debbie Millman on Illustrated Essays, the Poem That Defines Her Life, and her Podcast 'Design Matters'
Dec 14 | 01:02:20
Episode 130—Alexandra DiPalma and the Podcasting Revolution
Dec 07 | 00:57:28
Episode 129—Lisa D’Apolito Talks ‘Love, Gilda’, Her Connection to Gilda Radner, and Documentary Film as Discovery
Nov 30 | 01:36:29
Episode 128—David Lee Morgan on Positivity, Trust, and Telling the Story Straight
Nov 23 | 01:16:03
Episode 127—Sam Chiarelli ‘Digs’ Deep with Dino Memoir
Nov 16 | 01:13:35
Episode 126—Glenn Stout on Shotgunning Ledes, Creative Chain Smoking, and ‘The Pats’
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May 04, 2018 by Mimi G

I love to hear about the process of other writers and how they manage life as a writer, so I'm a fan.

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