It's called "The Narrative Breakdown"? I might have mentioned it here before. Anyway, we've had a great run of new episodes recently where we've been talking to some really cool writers, including:
- Chad Kultgen, novelist (The Average American Male) and screenwriter (The Incredible Burt Wonderstone), on his work and selling your writing
- Matt Bird, screenwriter, discussing subtext
- Jason Ginsburg, screenwriter, on creating deliberately episodic stories
- Corey Ann Haydu, YA novelist (OCD Love Story) and blogger, discussing her practice of keeping a journal and some ideas about YA romance
- E. Lockhart, YA novelist (The Disreputable History of Frankie Landau-Banks, the Ruby Oliver books) and picture book writer, about going beyond the basics to challenge yourself as a writer
- And just today, Rainbow Rowell, novelist (Attachments, Eleanor and Park, and Fangirl, a.k.a. three of my favorite novels I've read this year), on character relationships.
Also, we are coming up on our 25th episode of the NB, and we're planning a Q&A episode where we'll try to get through any questions that people have asked us that we haven't yet addressed. If you have a question for James and me that you'd like to see us answer, feel free to leave it in the comments below or on one of the show pages. Thanks!