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Inside Creative Writing - A Podcast for Fiction and Creative Nonfiction Writers

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Episode 37: how to deal with resistance… and our podcast farewell.

Episode 37: Today we’re talking about resistance to writing, and how it can so easily disguise itself as productivity. Sadly,[...]

Episode 37: How to Deal with Resistance… and Our Podcast Farewell

Episode 35: How To Make Your Reader Feel What You Want Them to Feel Using the 5 Senses

Episode 35: How do you get your reader to really FEEL what you’re trying to get them to feel? It’s[...]

Episode 35: How To Make Your Reader Feel What You Want Them to Feel Using the 5 Senses

Episode 34: How and Why to Get Every Scene Brimming with Conflict

Episode 34: Today we tackle the single most important element that a story must have: Conflict. What is it? Why[...]

Episode 34: How and Why to Get Every Scene Brimming with Conflict

Episode 33: Insights from an Aspiring Writer… with Guest Host Jesse Hawley

Episode 33: Today we’ve got our first guest-hosted episode with writer Jesse Hawley! Get ready for some great insights into[...]

Episode 33: Insights from an Aspiring Writer… with Guest Host Jesse Hawley

Episode 32: Answering Listener Questions – Q & A

Episode 32: Today we’re taking a step back from our more formal explorations of a single, dedicated topic, and answering questions[...]

Episode 32: Answering Listener Questions – Q & A

Episode 31: What is “Confirmation Bias” and How Can We Use It To Our Advantage as Writers?

Episode 31: Today we’re exploring a concept called “confirmation bias” and how we can use it to influence readers, agents,[...]

Episode 31: What is “Confirmation Bias” and How Can We Use It To Our Advantage as Writers?

Episode 30: Everything is an Argument (and How Knowing That Will Make You a Better Writer)

Episode 30: Today we’re exploring a technique of looking at the world from a new perspective that will result in[...]

Episode 30: Everything is an Argument (and How Knowing That Will Make You a Better Writer)

Episode 29: What is “Theme” and How Can We Use it to Engage Our Readers?

Today we’re tackling one of the most misunderstood, but vital, elements of writing fiction. Today is all about “theme.” What[...]

Episode 29: What is “Theme” and How Can We Use it to Engage Our Readers?

Episode 28: How to Deal With Writer’s Block… and Does it Really Exist?

In today’s show, we’re exploring the writer’s nemesis: writer’s block. What is it? Where does it come from? And how[...]

Episode 28: How to Deal With Writer’s Block… and Does it Really Exist?

Episode 27: One Great Technique for Writing Subtext – The Third Thing

Subtext can be the difference between polished prose and an amateur-sounding story. Today, we look at one surefire way to[...]

Episode 27: One Great Technique for Writing Subtext – The Third Thing

Episode 26: How To Write Effective Beginning and Ending Scenes

Today we’re going to be talking about the importance of the first and last scenes of your novel or screenplay[...]

Episode 26: How To Write Effective Beginning and Ending Scenes

Episode 25: How to Prioritize Your Life for Writing

Today’s topic is about a challenge that affects every single writer that I know. “How do you prioritize your life[...]

Episode 25: How to Prioritize Your Life for Writing

Episode 24: How to Discover What Your Story is Really About (Using the SNBS)

Today we’re building off of an idea we explored in episode 14 called the Somebody-Wanted-But-So. We’ll modify that strategy today[...]

Episode 24: How to Discover What Your Story is Really About (Using the SNBS)

Episode 23: How to Write Great Fiction… with Barlow Adams

Today we explore the elements of good writing with Barlow Adams, a prolific and versatile writer well-known for both his[...]

Episode 23: How to Write Great Fiction… with Barlow Adams

Episode 22: You’re Not a Perfectionist—You’re Afraid

Today we’re talking about the root of so much of the resistance we face as writers: perfectionism. Where does[...]

Episode 22: You’re Not a Perfectionist—You’re Afraid

Episode 21: Science Fiction… with Gareth L. Powell

Gareth L. Powell was born and raised in Bristol, England. He is a popular panelist and speaker at literary[...]

Episode 21: Science Fiction… with Gareth L. Powell

Episode 20: 5 Reasons Writers Should Practice Mindfulness Meditation

Today we’re talking about mindfulness meditation—what it is, how to do, and the 5 reasons that every writer should[...]

Episode 20: 5 Reasons Writers Should Practice Mindfulness Meditation

Episode 19: How to Find Your Next Killer Story Idea

It may be the most common question writers get: where do you get your ideas from? Today we answer that[...]

Episode 19: How to Find Your Next Killer Story Idea

Episode 18: Why You Should Care About Rhetorical Devices

In this week’s episode, we explore the claim that “everything is an argument.” If this is true, then our[...]

Episode 18: Why You Should Care About Rhetorical Devices

Episode 17: How to Match Your Story to Your Genre

“When you’re a hammer, everything looks like a nail.” And when you’re a novelist, every story idea looks like a[...]

Episode 17: How to Match Your Story to Your Genre

Episode 16: What Can We Learn about Writing from Sculpting?

As creative writers, we have a lot of tools of the trade at our disposal. Characterization, symbolism, subtext, and all[...]

Episode 16: What Can We Learn about Writing from Sculpting?

Episode 15: Lessons from a Master – Cormac McCarthy

Cormac McCarthy is the Pulitzer Prize award-winning and best-selling author of books like The Road, No Country for Old Men,[...]

Episode 15: Lessons from a Master – Cormac McCarthy

Bonus Episode 2: The Myth of the Perfect Writing Place

What’s a bonus episode? When there’s a topic I want to explore, but it doesn’t justify an entire full episode,[...]

Bonus Episode 2: The Myth of the Perfect Writing Place

Bonus Episode 1: The Figurative Language Rock

It’s the first of many bonus episodes! When there’s a topic I want to explore, but it doesn’t justify an[...]

Bonus Episode 1: The Figurative Language Rock

Episode 14: The “Somebody-Wanted-But-So” Technique

In this week’s episode, we learn how a simple technique used to easily summarize a story can revolutionize the way[...]

Episode 14: The “Somebody-Wanted-But-So” Technique

Episode 13: Story Structure and the Inciting Incident

Have you ever wondered why some stories keep you turning pages to find out what happens next while others leave[...]

Episode 13: Story Structure and the Inciting Incident

Episode 12: Secrets to Writing Great Dialogue

How do you write dialogue that sounds authentic, shimmers with subtext, and advances the plot? That’s what we tackle in[...]

Episode 12: Secrets to Writing Great Dialogue

Episode 11: Adverbs (and Why You Should Get Rid of Them!)

How (and why!) to dramatically improve your writing by getting rid of those pesky little adverbs. This episode explores what[...]

Episode 11: Adverbs (and Why You Should Get Rid of Them!)

Episode 10: The Snowflake Method… with Randy Ingermanson

Need some help getting that novel or screenplay to come together? Randy Ingermanson and his Snowflake Method might be just[...]

Episode 10: The Snowflake Method… with Randy Ingermanson

Episode 9: Defamiliarization

How do you make your story stand out as something fresh and exciting in a world of millions of stories?[...]

Episode 9: Defamiliarization

Episode 8: Glimmers… with Pam Houston

Listen in as award-winning author Pam Houston discusses her process of discovering the material of great writing: glimmers. This is an archive[...]

Episode 8: Glimmers… with Pam Houston

Episode 7: Loose Ends and Unreliable Narrators

Why might you want to have an unreliable narrator in your story? That’s what we explore in this episode of[...]

Episode 7: Loose Ends and Unreliable Narrators

Episode 6: The Tenets of Fiction Writing… with Alan Heathcock

Are there rules to writing great fiction? Well, not really, but there are tenets that can guide you in your[...]

Episode 6: The Tenets of Fiction Writing… with Alan Heathcock

Episode 4: Making Grammar Fun… with Jenny Baranick

Can grammar actually be fun? Well, when it’s explained by Jenny Baranick, author of Missed Periods and Other Grammar Scares, it will[...]

Episode 4: Making Grammar Fun… with Jenny Baranick

Episode 3: Sparking Your Creativity

We’ve all been there. The blank page beckons but we’re out of ideas. Or maybe our only ideas are worn[...]

Episode 3: Sparking Your Creativity

Episode 2: Keeping Your Characters Alive

Wouldn’t it be cool if literary characters were actually alive? In a very real way, they are… as long as[...]

Episode 2: Keeping Your Characters Alive

Episode 1: Fictionalizing Your Audience

How we can transform our reader from passive consumers of our words into playing a role in our stories? In[...]

Episode 1: Fictionalizing Your Audience

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We love to listen to read, binge-watch anime movies, and listen to our favourite podcasts, squeezing the me-time out of our busy lives. When Fuzzable has been listening to some interesting Poscasters, we thought of sharing their reviews with you. So, here we are with our Monthly Podcast Review!

Inside Creative Writing by Brad Reed is definitely a must-listen podcast for both fiction and creative non-fiction writers alike.

I am a writer. I write for various platforms such as magazines and blogs. I also write for a living as an Information Designer. But, my ultimate dream would be to publish my own novel worldwide, which is currently in works.

Recently I was searching for a podcast to listen to on Spotify when I stumbled upon this podcast on one. I listen to podcasts to help me fall asleep, but Inside Creative Writing did the opposite.

As someone who writes a novel, there are times when I have no idea what to write. Through his podcast, Brad Reed gives tips on how to unleash creativity among creative writers. His tips definitely helped me boost my creativity and pour my heart into writing.

Inside Creative Writing is hugely informative and entertaining, as Brad Reed also cracks jokes whenever he can. I always make sure that I take note of a particular technique or insight he gives so I wouldn’t miss anything. Brad Reed even interviews some experts on the writing field as well, making sure that listeners will learn a lot from his podcast.

Our Favorite Episode

My favorite episode is Episode 3: Sparking Your Creativity . Brad Reed was able to form two effective writing techniques from a book on business. These two techniques helped me create plot twists and develop my characters further – two things which I find very difficult at that time. Through this episode, I was able to develop my novel further.

Brad Reed tackles topics in a clear way, and this is why I recommend this podcast to aspiring novelists. You’ll learn a lot from Inside Creative Writing , through his theoretical explanations to examples that you can adopt as well! A great podcast indeed!

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Summary: The InsideCreativeWriting.com podcast is a weekly audio discussion of craft and technique for writers of fiction and creative nonfiction. Every week we examine a different specific element of craft through examples, insight, and weekly writing challenges. The podcast features guest interviews on specific elements of the writing craft and incorporates listener feedback in the form of topic suggestions, responses to previous episodes, favorite quotes and advice on writing, and questions. About the Host: Brad Reed lives and works in Corvallis, Oregon, home of Oregon State University. His passion is writing: fiction, poetry, creative nonfiction, screenplay—however the stories in his head best come out on paper. He has been writing for over two decades and is an avid student of the craft and techniques of creative writing. Brad has been married for over twenty years and has three children. He is working on the forthcoming novel The Giant Life of Emmett Mills in addition to the occasional poem, work of short fiction, creative nonfiction essay, and random musing.

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Mise-en-scène is a fundamental technique of film-making that, when we adapt it to our writing, will help our descriptions and settings resonate more deeply with our theme, more fully develop our characters, and create a better sense of mood in our scenes.

Can grammar actually be fun, funny, and even a little sexy? With Jenny Baranick it can! She's the author of "Missed Periods and Other Grammar Scares: How to Avoid Unplanned and Unwanted Writing Errors," a laugh-out-loud funny book that will help us finally master those pesky grammar errors that sneak into our writing.

Specific creative techniques we can use to discover and develop unique and compelling characters, plots, and settings in our writing.

How can we create stories, characters, and settings that come alive for our readers… literally? We're not talking about about plots or whether your protagonist lives or dies at the end of your book. It’s about verisimilitude—the illusion of reality in our writing—and how to maintain it throughout the story.

What is the difference between a story that draws you in as if you were a character and a story that doesn't connect with you at all? It has to do with how the writer has asked his audience to fictionalize themselves. Brad explores three techniques that we can use as writers to offer our readers a role in our stories in a way that will create more reader engagement.

New to the podcast?  This is a great place to start.  Get a brief introduction to the show, find out how you can get involved, and learn a little about your host, Brad Reed.

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Episode 37: How to Deal with Resistance… and Our Podcast Farewell

Episode 37: Today we’re talking about resistance to writing, and how it can so easily disguise itself as productivity. Sadly,[...]

Episode 36: How to Write Better Dialogue… by not Writing Dialogue!

Episode 36: Writing great dialogue can be one of the biggest challenges a writer faces. Today we explore a technique[...]

Episode 35: How To Make Your Reader Feel What You Want Them to Feel Using the 5 Senses

Episode 35: How do you get your reader to really FEEL what you’re trying to get them to feel? It’s[...]

Episode 34: How and Why to Get Every Scene Brimming with Conflict

Episode 34: Today we tackle the single most important element that a story must have: Conflict. What is it? Why[...]

Episode 33: Insights from an Aspiring Writer… with Guest Host Jesse Hawley

Episode 33: Today we’ve got our first guest-hosted episode with writer Jesse Hawley! Get ready for some great insights into[...]

Episode 32: Answering Listener Questions – Q & A

Episode 32: Today we’re taking a step back from our more formal explorations of a single, dedicated topic, and answering questions[...]

Episode 31: What is “Confirmation Bias” and How Can We Use It To Our Advantage as Writers?

Episode 31: Today we’re exploring a concept called “confirmation bias” and how we can use it to influence readers, agents,[...]

Episode 30: Everything is an Argument (and How Knowing That Will Make You a Better Writer)

Episode 30: Today we’re exploring a technique of looking at the world from a new perspective that will result in[...]

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Today we’re tackling one of the most misunderstood, but vital, elements of writing fiction. Today is all about “theme.” What[...]

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In today’s show, we’re exploring the writer’s nemesis: writer’s block. What is it? Where does it come from? And how[...]

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