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10 Minute Writer's Workshop

New Hampshire Public Radio / Panoply

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10 Minute Writer's Workshop
10 Minute Writer's Workshop

10 Minute Writer's Workshop

New Hampshire Public Radio / Panoply

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A peek into how great writers conjure and craft their work. From creative rituals to guilty distractions, writers reveal what it really takes to get pen to paper.

Latest Episodes

The Last Line

After more than two years and 60 episodes, the 10 Minute Writer’s Workshop is signing off to make room for new projects and podcasts. Thanks to everybody who has listened and learned from the show. As we dream up our next undertaking, we want to hear from you aspiring writers and literature lovers out there. What sorts of things do you do to keep yourself creatively engaged? Are there exciting writerly events happening in your community? Do you lead a book club, or a writers workshop of your own? Let us know! You can reach us several ways:Send us a message on Facebook: @10MWWTwitter: @10minutewritersOr send an email to: wordofmouth@nhpr.orgWe’re not sure what the future holds (creativity takes time, after all!) but to hear about upcoming projects involving Virginia Prescott, follow her @Verginger.

2 MIN2018 FEB 1
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The Last Line

Workshop 60: Manoush Zomorodi

Some of you may know Manoush Zomorodi as host of the podcast Note to Self from WNYC. She is also, now, an author. Her book Bored and Brilliant: How Spacing Out Can Unlock Your Most Productive and Creative Self came out of her own experience and curiosity about the creative process and confronting digital distractions - one of the biggest challenges for writers. She asked her audience to help her figure out what it would mean to let all of that go and to learn to shut down in order to build your creative juices up. Bored and Brilliant is the result, and it begins with an extreme case of writer’s block – what Manoush refers to as “a blankness.”Episode music by Ryan AndersenFollow us on Twitter @10MinuteWriters and find Manoush at @manoushz and @NoteToSelf

12 MIN2017 DEC 28
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Workshop 60: Manoush Zomorodi

Workshop 59: Jennifer Egan

Conventional, linear narratives are not really Jennifer Egan’s thing. She's a shape-shifter of fiction – jumping through time, space, voices and forms. She's written a graphic novel, a short story composed of tweets, and, in the Pulitzer Prize-winning A Visit from the Goon Squad, a kind of novel-as-concept album. Jennifer Egan takes on historical fiction in her newest novel, Manhattan Beach. We called her at her home in Brooklyn to ask about her process and how she begins her unpredictable novels.

11 MIN2017 DEC 14
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Workshop 59: Jennifer Egan

Latest Episodes

The Last Line

After more than two years and 60 episodes, the 10 Minute Writer’s Workshop is signing off to make room for new projects and podcasts. Thanks to everybody who has listened and learned from the show. As we dream up our next undertaking, we want to hear from you aspiring writers and literature lovers out there. What sorts of things do you do to keep yourself creatively engaged? Are there exciting writerly events happening in your community? Do you lead a book club, or a writers workshop of your own? Let us know! You can reach us several ways:Send us a message on Facebook: @10MWWTwitter: @10minutewritersOr send an email to: wordofmouth@nhpr.orgWe’re not sure what the future holds (creativity takes time, after all!) but to hear about upcoming projects involving Virginia Prescott, follow her @Verginger.

2 MIN2018 FEB 1
Comments
The Last Line

Workshop 60: Manoush Zomorodi

Some of you may know Manoush Zomorodi as host of the podcast Note to Self from WNYC. She is also, now, an author. Her book Bored and Brilliant: How Spacing Out Can Unlock Your Most Productive and Creative Self came out of her own experience and curiosity about the creative process and confronting digital distractions - one of the biggest challenges for writers. She asked her audience to help her figure out what it would mean to let all of that go and to learn to shut down in order to build your creative juices up. Bored and Brilliant is the result, and it begins with an extreme case of writer’s block – what Manoush refers to as “a blankness.”Episode music by Ryan AndersenFollow us on Twitter @10MinuteWriters and find Manoush at @manoushz and @NoteToSelf

12 MIN2017 DEC 28
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Workshop 60: Manoush Zomorodi

Workshop 59: Jennifer Egan

Conventional, linear narratives are not really Jennifer Egan’s thing. She's a shape-shifter of fiction – jumping through time, space, voices and forms. She's written a graphic novel, a short story composed of tweets, and, in the Pulitzer Prize-winning A Visit from the Goon Squad, a kind of novel-as-concept album. Jennifer Egan takes on historical fiction in her newest novel, Manhattan Beach. We called her at her home in Brooklyn to ask about her process and how she begins her unpredictable novels.

11 MIN2017 DEC 14
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Workshop 59: Jennifer Egan

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