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A podcast about sex for everyone, no matter your preferences, orientation, or relationship style — based on the popular live Chicago talk show, hosted by sex educator Karen Yates. Panelists, interviews, stories, Q and A, and more reflect a dynamic and all-encompassing view of sexuality. Join the juicy party!
 
Welcome to Strongwriters On Songwriting (Inside the Song), with your hosts Eric Bjarnason Martin and Scott Bradshaw. Each series will centre around a different theme with highly accomplished songwriters delving into their own personal songwriting process. Each episode will provide an opportunity to listen to and explore a few of the featured artist's songs.ROAD WARRIORS Series 2 Episodes 3-6 JERRY LEGER Leger has a thing for ghosts. The Toronto singer/songwriter confirmed it a couple of year ...
 
Jessie Ware hosts a podcast about food, family and the beautiful art of having a chat, direct from her very own dinner table. With a little bit of help from her chef extraordinaire mum Lennie, each week guests from the worlds of music, culture and politics drop by for a bite and a bit of a natter. Oversharing guaranteed. Produced by Alice Williams
 
Welcome to The Indy Author Podcast, where we explore the writing craft, the publishing voyage, and how we can navigate our way to the readers who will love our work. I'm Matty Dalrymple, and I independently publish my Lizzy Ballard Thrillers and my Ann Kinnear Suspense Novels and Suspense Shorts through my imprint, William Kingsfield Publishers.
 
Welcome to the Philip Martin Podcast. This is a podcast about love, life, and everything in between. No this isn’t a lifetime special it’s more like secret time where things that maybe shouldn’t be said, are said. You’re really just gonna have to listen to the effing thing to know what it’s about. So sit back, relax, and take it all in.
 
Thank you for joining me, author Jess Montgomery, for afternoon tea breaks as I chat with authors and artists about inspiration, creative process, motivation, connecting with audiences, and more. Every other week, I chat with authors and artists about their work, process, insights, techniques, challenges and more. I find these chats inspiring and refreshing for my own creative work, and share these chats with you in the hope that if you are also a creator, you'll find inspiration and ideas i ...
 
A new podcast by Glasgow City Heritage Trust about the relationships, stories and shared memories that exist between Glasgow’s historic buildings and the city's communities. Presented by Glasgow City Heritage Trust vice director, architect and historian Niall Murphy, this ten-part series will feature one or two guests per episode plus stories, memories and opinions sent to us by the public. Each episode focuses on a specific area, type of building or aspect of Glasgow’s heritage, not only fr ...
 
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In this week's episode of The Indy Author Podcast, Tiffany Yates Martin talks about how she was not willing to grant rights to her non-fiction book INTUITIVE EDITING, and how that differed for her fiction work. We talk about aspects of an author career over which you may have more control than you think, and aspects over which you may have less con…
 
For over to forty years, Nicolas Cage has given us one of the most diverse filmographies of all time. While being one of cinemas greatest action heroes with hits like The Rock, Gone in 60 Seconds, Con Air and Face Off, Cage also excels in prestige dramas about complex, emotionally rich characters in films like Leaving Las Vegas (for which he won th…
 
On podcast #86 I welcome, for the first time, Christina Jeurling Birro, from Pop Culture Confidential. You probably know Christina from her PCC podcast, which I've guest on several times but she's finally here and I couldn't be happier. In just an hour, Christina and I break down the Golden Globes winners and non-ceremony last Sunday, and the one-t…
 
Cody is a former college hoop star turned influencer marketing pro. His resume of influencers he’s partnered with is pretty impressive. He’s worked with the likes of Lebron James, Mike Trout, Dale Earnhardt Jr. and more. His passion is helping great eCommerce brands scale with simple, effective influencer marketing. And he believes that most brands…
 
Episode Show Notes In this episode we cover: What is content marketing and repurposing Common mistakes to avoid with content marketing How to repurpose if you can’t afford to outsource? Fiction approaches How to build an audience with content repurposing This week’s question is: Other than reading and writing, what do you hope to do more of this ye…
 
Stevie Martin and Lawrence Davis are two very well-established makeup and hair designers, having traversed the worlds of film and television with equal success and yes, respect. Martin made her start in makeup designing when she started doing makeup for magazines before building her way to TV and film. She was one of the key makeup artists on proje…
 
Erin Wright of Wide for the Win talks about some of the criteria that indy authors should consider when selecting your distribution platforms, using PublishDrive as an example. She talks about the dangers of putting all your eggs in one distribution basket, and the fact that an author can’t really claim to be wide if they rely on one distribution p…
 
Katrina Kittle is the author of four books for adults—"Traveling Light," "Two Truths and a Lie," "The Kindness of Strangers," and "The Blessings of the Animals"— and one novel for tweens, "Reasons to Be Happy. " "The Kindness of Strangers" was the winner of the 2006 Great Lakes Book Award for Fiction. Katrina teaches creative writing workshops for …
 
We’re kicking off the new year with a sampler of segments you may have missed from past episodes. Guests discuss common medications with sexual side effects; nonbinary identities; and techniques for climbing out of a sex rut – plus, Karen’s Sermon on reminders to self for moving through relationship anxiety. We’re taking two weeks off and coming ba…
 
Episode Show Notes In this episode we cover: Marketing mindset principles The top 3 things everyone should to do market their books Budget marketing Launch mistakes Overview of advertising This week’s question is: what’s your word for 2022? Recommendation of the week is: A Spindle Splintered by Alix E Harrow Apple Kobo Amazon UK Amazon USA ***this …
 
When Ridley Scott calls, Janty Yates answers. 2021 brought not one, but two Scott projects - The Last Duel and House of Gucci - and Yates was by his side on both. With The Last Duel, we are transported back into medieval France to meet Marguerite de Carrouges (Jodie Comer), Jacques Le Gris (Adam Driver) and Sir Jean de Carrouges (Matt Damon) as the…
 
To this day, 3x Oscar nominated production designer Arthur Max continues to transport us to his beautifully constructed worlds. In 2021, he took us to the castles of medieval France with The Last Duel and to the bustling streets of Italy in House of Gucci. Through tireless research and close collaboration, Max has been frequent go-to of Ridley Scot…
 
L.E. DeLano talks about WHAT AUTHORS CAN LEARN FROM THEATER, including how her theater experience helped her as an introvert in both her writing craft and her publishing voyage … the exercise of “losing the dialogue and finding the beats,” including the importance of the quiet moment … the idea of “acting beyond the mask” as a way of exploring what…
 
On this episode, I am joined by the twin team of Cole and Justin, better known as The Oscar Expert and Brother Bro, who return to the AwardsWatch Oscar Podcast to talk about the Screen Actors Guild and offer our predictions. We hit all categories and dive into both likely nominations, weird SAG-only possibilities (like Viola Davis and Sandra Bulloc…
 
Episode Show Notes In this episode we cover: What makes a good crime book Mistakes to avoid writing crime How to create mystery and tension How to create realistic crime when you’re not a police officer How to balance character development across an episodic series Find out more about Rachel on: Facebook Instagram Twitter Website THIS EPISODE IS SP…
 
What a belter of a guest for our series finale! The wonderful, charming and funny Rob Brydon came to see us midway through his huge UK tour; he popped over to mum’s for some spatchcock chicken, pecan pie (we recorded this episode on thanksgiving), a right old gossip and sing song. We spoke about Rob growing up in Wales, eating his grandma’s custard…
 
I’ve been a fan of Robin de Jesús since Camp, nearly 20 years ago. But de Jesús is more than Camp, he's built a stellar career with work in television, film and of course, theater where he's a three-time Tony nominee, earning nods as Featured Actor in a Musical twice (2008's In the Heights and 2010's La Cage aux Folles) and Featured Actor in a Play…
 
What kind of relationships do you want to make? Our most downloaded episode of 2021 is a real conversation for ALL relational styles. Ethical nonmonogamists discuss relationship structures, communication skills, trust, jealousy, and the work of getting to know ourselves. Plus Karen’s Sermon on the Pubic Mound on sexual abundance. In this episode: G…
 
Supply chain and logistics. When everything is running smoothly, it’s a breeze. When there are problems, inventory issues can cripple an eComm business. Inventory, and supply chain management has been struggle city in 2020 and 2021. Unfortunately, 2022 isn’t looking much better. In this episode I interview Chelsea Cohen of So Stocked and we unpack …
 
2021 has been the year of the musical. Whether it was Encanto, Vivo, tick…tick…BOOM, Annette, Cyrano, West Side Story, and many more, audiences have experienced a resurgence of the once staple genre of Hollywood. But for many, including myself, the musical that still stands out over the rest this year came out during the summer, Warner Bros' In the…
 
Across the 19th and 20th centuries, Glasgow has been home to a huge number of music halls, theatres, and cinemas, which served and entertained the population. During that time these spaces occupied, and many still do, a significant role in the social and architectural life of the city and in people's memories. Join us for a double guests episode ab…
 
Episode Show Notes In this episode we cover: What a magic system is The mistakes to avoid when building one How to test your magic system An overarching system to help you create your magic system How to get the balance of your magic system just right This week’s question is: What’s your reading goal for 2022? Recommendation of the week is: Whisper…
 
We decided to do something a bit different for Christmas this year; we wanted to feature you beautiful lot on Table Manners and hear all about your Christmas traditions, recipes & highlights. With the help of our pals Joe & Nick, we exchange holiday hacks and stories. Thank you to everyone who contributed. Maybe this is our New Years resolution! Gr…
 
This week on The Indy Author Podcast, Jeff Elkins, the Dialogue Doctor, talks about USING ENGINES, ANCHORS, AND HAZARDS TO DEFINE CHARACTER VOICE. He talks about how words like hero and villain, while useful for assessing plot, are less useful for assessing character development, or how the character operates in culture and how he or she negotiates…
 
It's almost Christmas but the real gift for awards watchers is the Oscars shortlist announcement! On this 84th podcast, I'm joined by Will Mavity of Next Best Picture to talk about Original Score, Original Song, Makeup and Hairstyling, Visual Effects, Sound, Documentary Feature and International Feature Film and who we think is getting in when the …
 
Do you feel stuck in the same pattern whenever you masturbate? How can you reset and start to form a healthy masturbation practice? In this latest Eavesdropping ep, Sex writer Jera Brown sparks an impromptu convo with Karen on understanding and getting unstuck from masturbation habits that aren’t bringing us joy. In this episode: Jera Brown - Sex a…
 
People and social interactions are at the core of football, just like stadiums and all the other venues linked to a specific sport, such as pubs and clubs. Football Memories Scotland is a project which aims to provide football images used to encourage people suffering from Alzheimer's disease or Dementia to reminisce. Scotland Football's archive at…
 
The market for eCommerce businesses has never been hotter. Now dozens of brand aggregators have war chests of $100s of millions of dollars with one mission - buy and grow eComm brands. We’re now seeing valuations in the 5-6x of EBITA where just a few years ago we were only seeing 3-4x multiples. Now is a great time to sell an eCommerce brand. And, …
 
Episode Show Notes In this episode we cover: What a good description looks like The structure of a good description Common blurb mistakes A rather brutal critique of my blurb! This week’s question is: What are your plans for the festive season? Recommendation of the week is: Not My Problem by Ciara Smyth Apple Kobo Amazon UK Amazon USA ***this show…
 
This is a huge huge deal. We have the living legend, the queen of the cookbook, Claudia Roden, join us on Table Manners this week. Much to mum’s delight (and instruction), Claudia provided the dish! She bought a delicious fish soup and mum made Claudia’s light as a feather yogurt cake for pud. Claudia talks to us about her latest book ‘Med’ for whi…
 
Sharlene Anders discusses MAKING MEANINGFUL CONNECTIONS THROUGH POWERFUL LANGUAGE. We discuss how writers can use tools like the free Advanced Marketing Institute Headline Analyzer to assess titles or subtitles for emails, events, and even books for Intellectual, Empathetic, and Spiritual potential. She discusses the importance of letting your firs…
 
On this 83rd podcast I am joined by the fabulous Sophia Ciminello and fantastic Nick Ruhrkraut of the Oscar Wild Podcast (like and subscribe!). After a brief razzing of Nick over The Power of the Dog, we settle into looking at how the National Board of Review and New York Film Critics Circle kicked off the critics awards season and what it all mean…
 
I had the honor of reading Kimi Cunningham Grant's novel, "These Silent Woods," before its publication and blurbing it. The novel is beautifully evocative and quietly yet powerfully suspenseful. So I was quite excited to chat with Kimi about her novel, her inspiration and her writing process. We talk about our love of nature and how we find it both…
 
How can you tell when you’ve got enough partners? (But what if the new person you’ve just met is *really* cute?) Panelists respond to a listener question on avoiding overcommitment and burnout while living a nonmonogamous life. In this episode: Matthew Amador - Sex-positive psychotherapist Heather Shannon - Sex therapist Peter/Mksthingshappin - KIn…
 
Have you ever wondered why they are so many historic school buildings in our city? The high number of old schools in Glasgow has to do with the Education Scotland Act of 1872 which made Elementary Education compulsory and free for all children between 5 and 13. Only in Glasgow, 75 new schools were built between 1873 and 1918, the cost, upkeep and p…
 
Josh Martin is fearless. At age 24 he’s winning contests, designing new products, building communities and partnering with some real movers and shakers in our industry. In this episode I grill Josh (pun intended) on his success with his BBQ company and his experience in the wine business. There are tons of lessons in this episode whether you’re run…
 
Within the first few moments of speaking with writer-director Mike Mills, you vibe with his calm energy and gentle spirit, therefore making it a very soul enriching experience to have during an interview. This feeling isn’t a stranger to most who have seen his films, as Mills has been making audiences feel this way over the last sixteen years since…
 
Episode Show Notes In this episode we cover: Time management mistakes How to set and work with boundaries How to deal with interruptions, emails and notifications Life management hacks This week’s question is: What is your favorite book of 2021? Recommendation of the week is: Kay’s Anatomy and Kay’s Marvellous Medicine by Adam Kay Apple Kobo Amazon…
 
She’s a huge fan of our podcast and after several failed attempts (😜) we finally got the elegant, divine Elizabeth Day round to mums. Author, journalist, presenter & host of the hugely successful HOW TO FAIL podcast, Elizabeth talks to us about growing up in Northern Ireland, her love of potato cakes, eating Buddha bowls on repeat, being a cheese f…
 
M. K. Williams of Author Your Ambition describes some of the retailers that authors, especially in the US, might not think of, and the aggregators you can use to reach them … the importance of having a plan for your distribution strategy … and considerations for balancing the access and opportunities that going direct to the retail platforms provid…
 
SAMANTHA MARTIN:Drawing influences from Memphis soul greats such as Aretha Franklin and Brooklyn’s Sharon Jones, Samantha Martin has been nominated for thirteen Maple Blues Awards to date, 4 times in 2019 and 3 times in 2020. Her record Run To Me was released on April 28th, 2018. Eleven months after releasing their recording Run to Me, the 11-piece…
 
JERRY LEGER Leger has a thing for ghosts. The Toronto singer/songwriter confirmed it a couple of years ago when he went on a personal journey to explore many of Ontario’s largely unknown ghost towns, having been inspired by the writings of historian Ron Brown. Leger has immortalized one of those towns, Burchell Lake, on his new album Time Out For T…
 
LINDY VOPNFJÖRD: State of the Heart reflects not only Lindy’s personal evolution toward a new love and revolution as a dedicated songwriter, but also his fledgling partnership with Danny Michel, who breathes new life into Lindy’s style by imbuing his signature folk sound with a modern feel.The opening moments on the title track “State of the Heart”…
 
Each song on The Ridge represents an acoustic-driven mixture of styles that reflects Taylor’s range as a creative force by building upon the templates forged during his tenure fronting the alt-rocking collective Staggered Crossing as well as the fine funk and R&B-driven foundation he continues to mine with the still-active Julian Taylor Band. From …
 
A listener asks what to do about feeling anxious before sex with a new partner. Panelists offer techniques to get present, reframe spinning thoughts, and set the scene for pleasure. In this episode: Erica Washington - Sex-positive holistic mental health therapist Elmo Painter-Edington - Queer somatic psychotherapist Tazima Parris - Sex coach & plea…
 
During the last decade, mural painting has flourished in Glasgow, murals can be found almost everywhere in the city and cover a huge range of topics from saints' lives and flying taxis, to pelicans, swimmers and poems. Glasgow City Council's Mural Fund is a scheme by Glasgow City Council which offers support towards the cost involved in creating an…
 
The holy grail right now for online advertising is to be both funny and persuasive. To be relevant and engaging. Funny videos that sell are rare. Mostly because most people don’t know how to create them. In this episode Joseph walks us through his 8-step process for creating funny videos that sell without hiring an expert. Joseph Wilkins has a rich…
 
Episode Show Notes In this episode we cover: How to decide what income streams are worth it How to balance income streams and workload Mistakes to avoid with income streams What are the most important factors for creating a sustainable long term career This week’s question is: How do you work with deadlines? Recommendation of the week is: Lies The …
 
If you don’t know who Max Martin is - well, you should - and you will quickly realise that you do in fact know most of his chart topping songs. We invite the enigmatic Swedish songwriter over to mum's for his first ever podcast. We talk about getting ready for his new musical '& Juliet' to finally get back to the West End, his love for Kiss the ban…
 
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