Writer's Bone

Peter Sherwood, author of the pale of memory, The Murdery Delicious Hamwich Gumm Mystery, and The Murdery Delicious High Seas Horror, returns to the podcast to talk about his most recent novel, Friendship Fog.

Direct download: Episode_102_Friendship_Fog_Author_Peter_Sherwood.mp3
Category:writing -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

Daniel Ford and Sean Tuohy talk about writing during the holidays, Thanksgiving fixin’s, and, of course, pie.

Direct download: Friday_Morning_Coffee_The_Search_for_More_Pie.mp3
Category:writing -- posted at: 12:00pm EDT

Graham Yost—whose credits include “Speed,” “Broken Arrow,” “Raines,” “Boomtown,” and the hit series “Justified”—talks to Sean Tuohy and Daniel Ford about his father’s influence on his career, writing the script for “Speed,” working with Elmore Leonard, and what he’ll miss most about crafting stories for Raylan Givens.

Direct download: Episode_101_Television_Producer_and_Screenwriter_Graham_Yost.mp3
Category:writing -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

Patrick Sweany, one of Nashville’s bluesy rockers, talks to Dave Pezza about his roots, his early musical influences, his songwriting process, and recording his recent album “Daytime Turned to Nighttime.”

Direct download: FMC_Patrick_Sweany.mp3
Category:writing -- posted at: 12:00pm EDT

Mike Royce, whose credits include “Everybody Loves Raymond,” “Men of a Certain Age,” and “Enilsted,” joins Sean Tuohy and Daniel Ford for their 100th podcast to talk about his early stand up career, how he got into screenwriting, the art of being a showrunner, and how he deals cancellation and rejection.

Direct download: Episode_100_Television_Writer_and_Producer_Mike_Royce.mp3
Category:writing -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

Sonya Gavankar, manager of public relations for the Newseum in Washington D.C., talks to Daniel Ford about the museum’s founding principles, some of her favorite exhibits, and why it’s important to have a museum dedicated to journalism in the nation’s capital. 

Direct download: Friday_Morning_Coffee_Sonya_Gavankar_From_the_Newseum.mp3
Category:writing -- posted at: 12:00pm EDT

Sean Tuohy and Daniel Ford talk about why deadlines are so important to writers, especially aspiring ones, and then author and screenwriter Derek Haas—whose credits include “3:10 to Yuma,” “Chicago Fire,” and his Columbus series—comes on to chat about his new book A Different Lie and his screenwriting career.

Direct download: Episode_99_Author_and_Screenwriter_Derek_Haas.mp3
Category:writing -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

Erica Wright, author of The Red Chameleon and The Granite Moth, talks to Daniel Ford about her writing career, why $1 pizza is important to writers, and the inspiration behind her witty and tough heroine Kathleen Stone.

Direct download: Episode_98_Author_Erica_Wright.mp3
Category:writing -- posted at: 6:00am EDT

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