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Phil Giangrande

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“Seated At The Writer’s Table” is meant for anybody who geeks out over writing. If you find yourself over-analyzing a plot-line or discussing the details of a character’s dialogue than this show is for you. If you debate over who’s a better rock lyricist, Neil Peart or Pete Townshend, than this show is for you. If you’ve read and debated the finer points of the Lord of the Rings more than once, than this show is for you. Host Phil Giangrande interviews writers of all genres, as well as industry professionals such as literary agents, publishers and script doctors. For those who are interested in professional content writing for businesses, Phil will be speaking with experts in that field as well to uncover powerful marketing techniques that writers can use to immediately increase sales. Take Your Seat at the Writer's Table.

Latest Episodes

#119 The World Without You; A Story of Family & Discovery - Suzanne Johnson

The World Without You is a story about the Frankel family who come together in 2005, a year after the death of the youngest son Leo, a journalist, at the hands of Al Qaeda to memorialize him at their summer cabin in the Berkshires. In so doing, they discover that the man they are burying is not quite the golden brother and son they thought, nor are they, as a family, the singular force for all that is helpless and downtrodden in the world that they were raised to be. Stuck in this country house together for the first time in years, each of Leo’s survivors must admit untruths they’ve been holding onto about not only him, but themselves, and finally obliterate the old family mechanism, to have any chance at surviving as “The Frankels,” in the future. In this episode, Phil talks with Actor and Executive Producer Suzanne Johnson about her passion project "The World Without You." Suzanne plays Marilyn in this wonderful film and shares the tips and challenges of shepherding a project from funding to film festivals and distribution. You'll enjoy this conversation with Suzanne Johnson. As always, keep writing. For past shows and to learn more about the Seated At the Writer's Table community and join the mailing list, check us out atwww.seatedatthewriterstable.com Join us on Facebook for updates and please like our page.www.facebook.com/seatedatthewriterstable Help us spread the word. Please rate our show on itunes and leave comments for us.https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/seated-at-writers-table-podcast/id980801767?mt=2 Tell us what insights you took from this episode

59 MIN3 days ago
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#119 The World Without You; A Story of Family & Discovery - Suzanne Johnson

#114 Next Therapist Please - Laurie Finkelstein

I spoke with author of "Next Therapist Please" Laurie Finkelstein at the LA Times Festival of Books. Laurie Beth Finkelstein is the author of the award-winning Next Therapist Please. Based on her real-life experience hopping from one therapist to the next, it is a humorous take on heavy topics like depression, anxiety, OCD, and other mental health blessings. Finkelstein is also the author of the forthcoming AHOOT!which is a guide to medical marijuana for older adults. She is an expert in this area and knows how to break the stigmas associated with pot with a hit of humor.As an advocate and speaker, her responsible cannabis use based on personal experience and research. In her words, "I have experimented for five yearsso you don’t have to!” Finkelsteindonates part of her sales of Next Therapist Pleaseto NAMI, the National Alliance for Mental Illness. As amental health advocate, she is a NAMI member, two-time course graduate of the 12-week Family to Family class through NAMI, and an...

12 MINMAY 10
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#114 Next Therapist Please - Laurie Finkelstein

#113 Matt Miller In the Colonies The Virginian - Mark J Rose

I spoke with author of "Matt Miller in the Colonies - Virginian" Mark J Rose at the LA Times Festival of Books. Mark J. Rose is a scientist, author and screenwriter. He lives in an equestrian community in Simi Valley, California, with his wife, three kids and two dogs.He holds a doctorate in pharmaceutical chemistry and is director of research and development at a major biotech company. He has been fascinated for many years with exploring the intersection of man’s basic humanity with the challenges of a rapidly changing technological world. Working primarily in the science fiction and thriller genres, all his writing deals with some aspect of the interaction of technology, science and society. Virginian:Twenty-first-century scientist Matt Miller has achieved success beyond his wildest dreams in the American colonies. He’s become a wealthy businessman and politician, with a beautiful wife and family, but the American Revolution looms on the horizon. When a prominent British leader ...

21 MINMAY 7
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#113 Matt Miller In the Colonies The Virginian - Mark J Rose

Latest Episodes

#119 The World Without You; A Story of Family & Discovery - Suzanne Johnson

The World Without You is a story about the Frankel family who come together in 2005, a year after the death of the youngest son Leo, a journalist, at the hands of Al Qaeda to memorialize him at their summer cabin in the Berkshires. In so doing, they discover that the man they are burying is not quite the golden brother and son they thought, nor are they, as a family, the singular force for all that is helpless and downtrodden in the world that they were raised to be. Stuck in this country house together for the first time in years, each of Leo’s survivors must admit untruths they’ve been holding onto about not only him, but themselves, and finally obliterate the old family mechanism, to have any chance at surviving as “The Frankels,” in the future. In this episode, Phil talks with Actor and Executive Producer Suzanne Johnson about her passion project "The World Without You." Suzanne plays Marilyn in this wonderful film and shares the tips and challenges of shepherding a project from funding to film festivals and distribution. You'll enjoy this conversation with Suzanne Johnson. As always, keep writing. For past shows and to learn more about the Seated At the Writer's Table community and join the mailing list, check us out atwww.seatedatthewriterstable.com Join us on Facebook for updates and please like our page.www.facebook.com/seatedatthewriterstable Help us spread the word. Please rate our show on itunes and leave comments for us.https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/seated-at-writers-table-podcast/id980801767?mt=2 Tell us what insights you took from this episode

59 MIN3 days ago
Comments
#119 The World Without You; A Story of Family & Discovery - Suzanne Johnson

#114 Next Therapist Please - Laurie Finkelstein

I spoke with author of "Next Therapist Please" Laurie Finkelstein at the LA Times Festival of Books. Laurie Beth Finkelstein is the author of the award-winning Next Therapist Please. Based on her real-life experience hopping from one therapist to the next, it is a humorous take on heavy topics like depression, anxiety, OCD, and other mental health blessings. Finkelstein is also the author of the forthcoming AHOOT!which is a guide to medical marijuana for older adults. She is an expert in this area and knows how to break the stigmas associated with pot with a hit of humor.As an advocate and speaker, her responsible cannabis use based on personal experience and research. In her words, "I have experimented for five yearsso you don’t have to!” Finkelsteindonates part of her sales of Next Therapist Pleaseto NAMI, the National Alliance for Mental Illness. As amental health advocate, she is a NAMI member, two-time course graduate of the 12-week Family to Family class through NAMI, and an...

12 MINMAY 10
Comments
#114 Next Therapist Please - Laurie Finkelstein

#113 Matt Miller In the Colonies The Virginian - Mark J Rose

I spoke with author of "Matt Miller in the Colonies - Virginian" Mark J Rose at the LA Times Festival of Books. Mark J. Rose is a scientist, author and screenwriter. He lives in an equestrian community in Simi Valley, California, with his wife, three kids and two dogs.He holds a doctorate in pharmaceutical chemistry and is director of research and development at a major biotech company. He has been fascinated for many years with exploring the intersection of man’s basic humanity with the challenges of a rapidly changing technological world. Working primarily in the science fiction and thriller genres, all his writing deals with some aspect of the interaction of technology, science and society. Virginian:Twenty-first-century scientist Matt Miller has achieved success beyond his wildest dreams in the American colonies. He’s become a wealthy businessman and politician, with a beautiful wife and family, but the American Revolution looms on the horizon. When a prominent British leader ...

21 MINMAY 7
Comments
#113 Matt Miller In the Colonies The Virginian - Mark J Rose

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