I've been a writer all of my life, but it was only when I made a mental shift that my works began to find regular publication. I'm pleased to share some of that story here, including the rules I use to bring a business discipline to submitting creative writing to editors. (Audio points summary: … Continue reading The Business of Getting Published (Wreadcast .3)
The audio experiment continues! The following is a conversation starter on the importance of your writing voice: (Audio summary: Taking the voice (style, texture, etc.) of the words we use into account, using distinctive writers from Hemingway to Hugo as examples. Ethics of adjusting voice for different markets. Experience as guide.) Have your words found … Continue reading Have You Found Your Writing Voice? (Wreadcast .2)
This is the first in a potential series of audio posts on WREADITOR, this time answering the question of how to pronounce the name itself.
The extra emphasis radio places on language and voice has always fascinated me. That is probably the origin of my temptation to experiment with podcasting. I've also come to appreciate the energy generated by radio's ephemeral nature.