Here we take you inside the world of writing and publishing from right inside your home.
Inside Writing is a Zoom talk show happening every Wednesday afternoon from 1-2 pm, Eastern Time—where the host and guests (writers, agents, editors) discuss the inside scoop on publishing and writing.
The host is Josh Sippie, the maestro of the Gotham Writers Conference. The guests will be ever-changing, each episode focusing on a particular genre or aspect of writing.
Audience members will be able to ask questions.
Inside Writing Season 4 “The Professionals,” starts August 4th. One-on-one interviews with people who have carved out creative careers for themselves.
Inside Writing Seasons 1, 2 and 3 have concluded. Season 1 dealt with publishing books, Season 2 with publishing short pieces, and Season 3 with the writing life. All seasons can be found on YouTube, or on any major podcast platform.
or see: alternate podcast sites.
One-hour Zoom Talk Show
Place & Price
Wednesday October 27, 1–2 pm et
S.B. Divya is a Nebula-nominated author of speculative fiction, novellas, and novels, with work appearing in Lightspeed, Analog, and more. Her novella Machinehood earned a Publisher's Weekly starred review. She is also the co-editor of the Hugo-nominated EscapePod.
Thursday October 28, 1–2 pm et
Hosted by Angie Chatman, featuring sensitivity readers Nicole Coles and Sahrish Hadia
Wednesday November 3, 1–2 pm et
Ken Davenport is a Broadway and Off Broadway playwright, as well as a Tony Award-winning producer. His writing credits include the Broadway musical Gettin’ The Band Back Together as well as the Off Broadway shows The Awesome 80s Prom, My First Time, and Miss Abigail’s Guide to Dating, Mating, & Marriage. He co-conceived the award-winning Altar Boyz. Productions of his work have been produced internationally in over 25 countries around the world.
Wednesday November 10, 1–2 pm et
Adam Borba is a writer and film producer. His producer credits include Pete’s Dragon, A Wrinkle in Time, and The Odd Life of Timothy Green. The Midnight Brigade, published by Little Brown, is his first novel.