Podcasts for writers.

And all of our freelancers.

Explore some of our past podcasts hosted by WriterAccess founder Byron White.

Art Before Breakfast: A Zillion Ways to be More Creative No Matter How Busy You Are

Danny Gregory is a man of many titles: artist, author, creative director, blogger, teacher and speaker. In his interview with Byron, Danny offers advice to writers, specifically to those who are just starting out, and shares his approach to writing and creativity. Among Danny’s many positions, he’s worked as a White House intern, and was a Senior Partner of Ogilvy & Mather. Currently, Danny is a co-founder of the video-based art school called Sketchbook Skool, and lives in New York City. To learn more about him and his upcoming book, Shut Your Monkey: How to Control Your Inner Critic and Get More Done, visit: http://www.dannygregory.com/.

Music Credit: “Wallpaper” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)

Lead With a Story

Author Paul Smith talks to Byron about the skill of storytelling, and his book, Lead With a Story. Paul reveals what makes a story, and a storyteller great (and mistakes they can make). He offers insights on how to craft a story – like what the best length is, and where stories come from. Paul is a keynote speaker and his work can be seen in several publications, including Forbes and Time Magazine.

Music Credit: “Daily Beetle” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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140 Characters

In this week’s interview, Byron quizzes guest Dom Sagolla on his book, 140 Characters, the early days of Twitter, and the popular hashtag symbol. Among his several accomplishments, Dom helped create Twitter, founded Hackathon, Inc., and is a frequent speaker. Currently, he’s the CEO and founder of DollarApp. To keep up with Dom, you can visit: http://www.140characters.com/

Music Credit: “Happy Bee” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Writing Wild

Tina Welling published Writing Wild after a realization of her disconnectedness with the world around her. She talks to Byron about the changes she felt once she focused her attention on nature, and how it influenced her writing. Tina has published three other books, and lives in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. You can learn more about Tina at http://www.tinawelling.com/.

Music Credit: “Pamgaea” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Accidental Creative

Todd Henry talks to Byron about his new book, Louder Than Words, and challenges writers to think about what they’re putting out in the world. Louder Than Words is Todd’s third book, and is currently listed as a hot new release on Amazon. He’s a frequent speaker that presents on creative thinking, collaboration, and finding your passion in work. As founder of Accidental Creative, he holds workshops for teams to help them work better. For more information, you can visit http://www.toddhenry.com/.

Music Credit: “Life of Riley” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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Startup College

On the first episode of our Writer Podcast, Byron talks to content marketer, author, podcaster, and entrepreneur Mike Fishbein. Mike shares how he first got into blogging as a hobby, and how it grew from there. He tells Byron his tools for success, which include waking early and creating high quality content consistently. You can catch more of Mike at: http://mfishbein.com/.

Music Credit: “Funk Game Loop” Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)
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