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Writer’s Workshop Café is a mini podcast series that steps aside from the hyper-theoretical, overly abstract conversations we are always having about what poems and stories are, and, instead, delves full-body into the mystery of what poets and writers do. All serious poets and writers, at some point in their creative process, must confront the unrelenting forces which act as barriers between themselves and the act of writing. Join poet and writer, Glorious Piner, in unriddling the mystery of ...
 
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Listen to Lighthouse Young Writers Program Co-Director Kimberly O'Connor read "Early Pleistocene Horses" from her debut book of poems, "White Lung," out now from Saturnalia Press. Read more about Kimberly and her work here: https://www.lighthousewriters.org/blog/staff-spotlight-qa-kimberly-oconnorAutor: Lighthouse Writers
 
ENOUGH with the silly 1 week, 23 day, and 1 month challenges! Making something second nature or, if your goal is to write as easily as you breath, first nature, requires a few more than 7-31 attempts. Join host, Glorious Piner, in exploring the ONLY scientifically proven way of making a habit and making that habit nearly involuntary. References: At…
 
Will Shindler is the writer of the Finn and Paulsen series of police procedural detective novels for Hodder and Stoughton. He's also the host of The Writer's Workshop and this is his introduction to what you can expect to hear on the show. Like and subscribe to ensure you don't miss an episode.Autor: The Writer's Workshop
 
The value of one habit is two habits, and the value of two is four. Join host, Glorious Piner, as she explores the ways in which our actions compound into behavioral patterns that inform how we construct our identities and how the compounding effects of our behavioral patterns can work for or against creative writing practices. Text Referenced: Ato…
 
A link of images is to a narrative as a narrative is to a chain. Join me as I explore how the very same narrative frameworks that we construct to navigate the world become cages that limit our freedom -- on the page, in our practices, and beyond. References: "What Are Masterpieces and Why Are There So Few of Them," Gertrude Stein Mindset: The New P…
 
In this episode, the imperatives of the arts and the sciences unite. Join me as I geek out about health & wellness and how sleep deprivation, nutrition, exercise, and dehydration directly impact your ability to write or think creatively. Texts Referenced: Why We Sleep - Matthew Walker, PhD Spark - John J. Ratey "Brain Foods: The Effects of Nutrient…
 
You’ve got plans! So many different ideas and ambitious plans. How do you get your brain to move from poetry to prose, fiction to nonfiction, drama to social media posts? How do you have, you know—a life—in between? Listen to writers Elisa Gabbert, Peter Parnell, Khadijah Queen, and Erika T. Wurth discuss time management and planning, writing, and …
 
We’re living through dark times that require vigilance in the face of climate change, rampant poverty and homelessness, political strife, and so much more, so is art even necessary? How do we justify spending time making and consuming art when we should be at a protest or making money? What does art even do?On a rainy evening in June (in Denver, an…
 
Listen to new faculty member Traci Groff-Jones read from a new manuscript, "Ransom in the Captive." To learn more about Traci, her book recommendations, and what courses she's teaching, visit The Lookout: https://www.lighthousewriters.org/blog/new-faculty-spotlight-book-traci-groff-jonesAutor: Lighthouse Writers
 
Listen to new Lighthouse faculty member Mathangi Subramanian read from her novel, "A People's History of Heaven." To learn more about Mathangi, her recent book recommendations, and what courses she's teaching, visit The Lookout: https://www.lighthousewriters.org/blog/new-faculty-spotlight-book-mathangi-subramanian…
 
Listen to Book Project graduate Theodore McCombs read his short piece, "Ora et Labora," a story he developed at a Lighthouse workshop with Emily Sinclair. To learn more about Theodore and the Book Project, visit The Lookout: https://www.lighthousewriters.org/blog/qa-book-project-grad-ted-mccombsAutor: Lighthouse Writers
 
On Wednesday, November 6, this fall's Big Read program culminated in an on-stage reading and interview with Julia Alvarez and Kali Fajardo-Anstine for Inside the Writer's Studio, co-presented by the Newman Center for the Performing Arts. Preceded by a performance by Colorado Poet Laureate Bobby LeFebre, the two authors read from their award-winning…
 
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