How the Arts were WonAug 22, 2022
S2 Ep7 - The Art of Writing Spy Thrillers When You Used to Work for the CIA
S2 Ep6 - The Art of Attending Conferences: Notes on Bouchercon 2023
S2 Ep5 - The Art of (More) Broad Writing Discourse: A Conversation with Author Puja Guha
Self-publishing vs. trad publishing and more—including some brief notes on sushi in mountainous states—with author Puja Guha (Sirens of Memory; The Ahriman Legacy series).
S2 Ep4 - The Art of Broad Writing Discourse: A Conversation with Author Lee Matthew Goldberg
Is every story a thriller? Is self-censorship still censorship? Is discourse dead? Will any of these questions be answered in a frank and compelling discussion with author/screenwriter Lee Matthew Goldberg?
S2 Ep3 - The Art of Writing for TV: A Conversation with Writer Sean Collins-Smith
S2 Ep2 - The Art of Winning the War on Truth: A Conversation with Author Samuel C. Spitale
S2 Ep1 - The Art of ‘Court 17:’ A Conversation with Screenwriter Elad Ziv
S1 Ep6 - The Art of NaNoWriMo
S1 Ep5 - The Art of ‘Art and Life:’ A Conversation with Author Nicole Tersigni
S1 Ep4 - The Art of Conferences
S1 Ep3 - The Art of Sport: A Conversation with Jack Baric (GameChange)
S1 Ep2 - The Art of Open Discourse: On Theater-Going, Acting, and Nepotism
S1 Ep1 - The Art of Ambitious Comedy (Part 2)
S1 Ep1 - The Art of Ambitious Comedy (Part 1)
Ep0 - The Art of First Episodes
Why art is politics, the ennui of Columbus (Indiana), breakfast tacos, a quick word on cancel culture, [redacted content], and a preview of things to come.