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Alex Squadron is a sports writer for Slam Magazine and the author of Life in the G: Minor League Basketball and the Relentless Pursuit of the NBA. Newsletter: Rage Against the Algorithm Show notes: brendanomeara.com Social: @creativenonfiction podcast on IG and Threads Support: Patreon.com/cnfpodAutor: Brendan O'Meara
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Darrell Hartman (@dwhartman) is the author of The Battle of Ink and Ice: A Sensational Story of News Barons, North Pole Explorers, and the Making of Modern Media. It is published by Viking. Newsletter: Rage Against the Algorithm Show notes: brendanomeara.com Social: @creativenonfiction podcast on IG and Threads Support: Patreon.com/cnfpod…
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Hallie Lieberman (@hallielieberman) is a journalist, writer, and historian. She's the author of Buzz: A Stimulating History of the Sex Toy. Her latest piece for The Atavist is "The Handcuff Man." Visit magazine.atavist.com to read it. Newsletter: Rage Against the Algorithm Show notes: brendanomeara.com Social: @creativenonfiction podcast on IG and …
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Hanif Abdurraqib is poet, critic, and author of several books, including There's Always This Year: On Basketball and Ascension (Random House). In this episode we talk about his nod to witnessing, specificity, intentionality, making it, and LeBron James. Newsletter: Rage Against the Algorithm Show notes: brendanomeara.com Social: @creativenonfiction…
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Elizabeth Rush is the author of The Quickening: Creation and Community at the Ends of the Earth (Milkweed). Liz talks about writing toward exactitude, lyricing her way through sticking points, being a character in her own work, and voice. For a couple weeks, visit combeyond.bu.edu, use the promo code NARRATIVE25 at checkout and get 25% your tuition…
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Rob Harvilla (@harvilla on X) is a staff writer for The Ringer and the host and creator of the long-running 60 Songs that Explain the 90s. His first book is 60 Songs that Explain the 90s. We talk about the end of the podcast, the evolution of voice, and the maze he purposefully escapes each episode. For a couple weeks, visit combeyond.bu.edu, use t…
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Jessica Camille Aguirre (@jessicacaguirre) is a freelance journalist and wrote "Watch it Burn" for The Atavist Magazine. In this episode we talk about racking up rejections, voice, and what makes climate stories drag. For a couple weeks, visit combeyond.bu.edu, use the promo code NARRATIVE25 at checkout and get 25% your tuition for the two-day Powe…
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Richard Blanco was the Presidential Inaugural poet at Pres. Obama's second inauguration, a winner of the National Humanities Award medal, and the author of Homeland of My Body (Beacon Press). Newsletter: Rage Against the Algorithm Show notes: brendanomeara.com Social: @creativenonfiction podcast on IG and Threads Support: Patreon.com/cnfpod…
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This originally aired on December 10, 2021 as Episode 291. Mirin Fader is the author of Giannis: The Improbably Rise of an MVP and a staff writer writing features for The Ringer. She is @mirinfader on social media. Newsletter: Rage Against the Algorithm Show notes: brendanomeara.com Social: @creativenonfiction podcast on IG and Threads Support: Pat…
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This originally aired on September 27, 2019 as Episode 170. Leslie Jamison is the best selling author of several books including Make it Scream, Make it Burn. She has a new book out (not talked about in this paperback edition) called Splinters: Another Kind of Love Story. Newsletter: Rage Against the Algorithm Show notes: brendanomeara.com Social: …
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William Ralston is a freelance journalist based out of the UK. In this episode, we talk about his Atavist piece "Mayday." Newsletter: Rage Against the Algorithm Show notes: brendanomeara.com Social: @creativenonfiction podcast on IG and Threads Support: Patreon.com/cnfpodAutor: Brendan O'Meara
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Emily Sohn is a freelance journalist and wrote "The Catch," a gripping profile of pioneering sports writer Virginia Kraft for Long Lead. Emily talks about how she arrived at the story, writing through the research, and the dark night of the soul of a piece of writing. Newsletter: Rage Against the Algorithm Show notes: brendanomeara.com Social: @cre…
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This originally aired on June 10, 2022 as Episode 320. Howard Bryant is the bestselling author of several books, including Rickey: The Life and Legend of an American Original (Mariner Books). Newsletter: Rage Against the Algorithm Show notes: brendanomeara.com Social: @creativenonfiction podcast on IG and Threads Support: Patreon.com/cnfpod…
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This episode originally aired on March 4, 2022 as Episode 305 Matt Bell is the author of the craft book Refuse to be Done: How to Write and Rewrite a Novel in Three Drafts. It's published by Soho. Newsletter: Rage Against the Algorithm Show notes: brendanomeara.com Social: @creativenonfiction podcast on IG and Threads Support: Patreon.com/cnfpod…
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Leah Sottile is the author of When the Moon Turns to Blood, which is now out in paperback. She added a new chapter that concludes the Lori Vallow saga. Leah also talks about: Kurt Vonnegut's rules on writing Writing about overlooked people And putting a bow on her first book Newsletter: Rage Against the Algorithm Show notes: brendanomeara.com Socia…
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Rae Nudson is a journalist and author and she's on the show to talk about her piece for The Atavist Magazine. We also hear from Atavist editor-in-chief Seyward Darby as we close out 2023. Newsletter: Rage Against the Algorithm Show notes: brendanomeara.com Social: @creativenonfiction podcast on IG and Threads Support: Patreon.com/cnfpod…
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This originally aired as Episode 244 on February 26, 2021. Jackie MacMullan is a long time sports writer for The Boston Globe, ESPN.com, and author of several best-selling books covering the NBA. She was the final guest editor of The Best American Sports Writing series. Newsletter: Rage Against the Algorithm Show notes: brendanomeara.com Social: @c…
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Loren Grush is a space journalist for Bloomberg and the author of The Six: The Untold Story of America's First Women Astronauts. In this episode, Loren talks about: Centering women in space Mini-deadlines And what is the "twang"? Newsletter: Rage Against the Algorithm Show notes: brendanomeara.com Social: @creativenonfiction podcast on IG and Threa…
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Athena Dixon is the author of The Loneliness Files (Tin House) and The Incredible Shrinking Woman. Her work has appeared in Hippocampus Magazine, Lit Hub, and The Rumpus. In this episode, Athena talks about: Writing quietly Being OK with the plateau Throat clearing And how to find a damn residency Newsletter: Rage Against the Algorithm Show notes: …
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Katya Cengel (@kcengel) is a journalist and author who wrote "The Truth is Out There" for The Atavist Magazine. In this episode we also here from editor Jonah Ogles on: What sets pitches over the top Pitching multiple times And trust Katya takes over and talks about: Untidy endings Earning trust with sources And finding enough 'there' there Newslet…
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This episode originally aired as Episode 61 on August 11, 2017. Susan Orlean is the best selling author of The Library Book, The Orchid Thief, and Rin Tin Tin. She's a longtime staff writer for The New Yorker and you can find her on Threads @susanorlean. In this episode, Susan talks about: always having an audience in mind having supreme focus and …
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Damon Brown is an author, entrepreneur, and coach and his latest book is The Complete Bring Your Worth Collection. In this episode, we talk about: How he grew is YouTube channel from 0 to 18K The BYW Collection as capstone And how obscurity is your friend ... to a point Support: Patreon.com/cnfpod Show notes: brendanomeara.com Newsletter: Rage Agai…
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This episode originally aired on December 6, 2015. Glenn Stout is a brilliant editor and writer. He's the author of Young Woman and the Sea, The Selling of the Babe, and Tiger Girl and Candy Kid. Here, we revisit the first of his many times on the pod to talk about: Effort How none of this makes sense Why we continue to tell stories And a whole lot…
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In "Two Thousand Miles from Home," journalist Lily Hyde chronicles the unbelievable true story of three pregnant women torn apart by war. Lily talks about how she hates every thing she writes, struggling with the invasiveness of journalism, and how she earned the truest of her central figures. Support: Patreon.com/cnfpod Show notes: brendanomeara.c…
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Will Harrison is an instructor at the School for Visual Arts in New York City as well the author of several essays including "My Unlikely Writing Teacher: Pedro Martinez" for the New York Times Magazine. Will talks about: How slow of a writer he is How voice just emerges over time And how "pitch selection" is akin to how you vary your sentences Sup…
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