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Listen to literary agents Bridget Smith and Jennifer Udden discuss the latest in publishing, writing, fandom, books and beyond over wine.

Latest Episodes

Episode 63: The Slow Realization That Nothing Makes Sense

In this episode, Bridget and Jen discuss world building- how to do it, what not to do, and examples of when it’s done right. Also, typos, covers, and more! This episode’s topic suggested by Elyse Martin on twitter. Like the podcast? You can support us through a donation on ko-fi, by subscribing to us on iTunes, or by leaving a review! Thank you to Anonymous, our latest donor! Discussed in this episode: Sanderson’s First Law by Brandon Sanderson How Lord of the Rings Should Have EndedCharlie Jane Anders’ World Building Thread C.M Waggoner - Unnatural Magic Emily Duncan - Wicked Saints Zen Cho - Sorcerer to the Crown W.L. Goodwater - Breach Ngozi Ukazu - Check Please! Dylan Meconis - Queen of the Sea N.K. Jemisin - The Fifth Season Robert Jackson Bennett - City of Stairs A Fan Rewrote Season 8 of Game of Thrones - Goes Viral on Reddit! Lois McMaster Bujold - The Vorkosigan Saga Suzanne Collins - The Hunger Games Tim Powers - The Anubis Gates Kate Racculia - Bellwether Rhapsody Ellen Raskin- The Westing Game

61 MIN1 weeks ago
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Episode 63: The Slow Realization That Nothing Makes Sense

Episode 62: Cool For The Summer

In this episode Bridget & Jen discuss what the F happens in publishing during the summer (spoiler alert: the same thing that happens every other time of the year, except it’s warmer), answer reader questions, and talk about HBO’s Chernobyl! Fun times! Thanks to Annaka, who donated this week! Discussed in this episode: Ellen Goodlett - Rise Megan Bannen - The Bird & The Blade Alan Higginbotham - Midnight In Chernobyl: The Untold Story of the World’s Greatest Nuclear Disaster Svetlana Alexeivich - Voices From Chernobyl, translated by Keith Gessen

60 MINJUN 13
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Episode 62: Cool For The Summer

Episode 61: The belt says "I Love Them"

In this episode, Bridget and Jen discuss author self-advocacy, navigating cliques, and general author survivalship. Special thanks to our donors this week, L.T., Bridget, and Maria! Discussed in this episode: Lana Wood Johnson - Technically, You Started It Daniel Mallory Ortberg - Texts From Jane Eyre Blair Thornburgh - Ordinary Girls Megan Bannon - The Bird and the Blade Karen Thompson Walker - The Dreamers Cyril Hare - With A Bare Bodkin N.K. Jemisin - The Inheritance Trilogy Nick Hornby - Ten Years in the Tub Rebecca West - Black Lamb and Gray Falcon

60 MINJUN 1
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Episode 61: The belt says "I Love Them"

Latest Episodes

Episode 63: The Slow Realization That Nothing Makes Sense

In this episode, Bridget and Jen discuss world building- how to do it, what not to do, and examples of when it’s done right. Also, typos, covers, and more! This episode’s topic suggested by Elyse Martin on twitter. Like the podcast? You can support us through a donation on ko-fi, by subscribing to us on iTunes, or by leaving a review! Thank you to Anonymous, our latest donor! Discussed in this episode: Sanderson’s First Law by Brandon Sanderson How Lord of the Rings Should Have EndedCharlie Jane Anders’ World Building Thread C.M Waggoner - Unnatural Magic Emily Duncan - Wicked Saints Zen Cho - Sorcerer to the Crown W.L. Goodwater - Breach Ngozi Ukazu - Check Please! Dylan Meconis - Queen of the Sea N.K. Jemisin - The Fifth Season Robert Jackson Bennett - City of Stairs A Fan Rewrote Season 8 of Game of Thrones - Goes Viral on Reddit! Lois McMaster Bujold - The Vorkosigan Saga Suzanne Collins - The Hunger Games Tim Powers - The Anubis Gates Kate Racculia - Bellwether Rhapsody Ellen Raskin- The Westing Game

61 MIN1 weeks ago
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Episode 63: The Slow Realization That Nothing Makes Sense

Episode 62: Cool For The Summer

In this episode Bridget & Jen discuss what the F happens in publishing during the summer (spoiler alert: the same thing that happens every other time of the year, except it’s warmer), answer reader questions, and talk about HBO’s Chernobyl! Fun times! Thanks to Annaka, who donated this week! Discussed in this episode: Ellen Goodlett - Rise Megan Bannen - The Bird & The Blade Alan Higginbotham - Midnight In Chernobyl: The Untold Story of the World’s Greatest Nuclear Disaster Svetlana Alexeivich - Voices From Chernobyl, translated by Keith Gessen

60 MINJUN 13
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Episode 62: Cool For The Summer

Episode 61: The belt says "I Love Them"

In this episode, Bridget and Jen discuss author self-advocacy, navigating cliques, and general author survivalship. Special thanks to our donors this week, L.T., Bridget, and Maria! Discussed in this episode: Lana Wood Johnson - Technically, You Started It Daniel Mallory Ortberg - Texts From Jane Eyre Blair Thornburgh - Ordinary Girls Megan Bannon - The Bird and the Blade Karen Thompson Walker - The Dreamers Cyril Hare - With A Bare Bodkin N.K. Jemisin - The Inheritance Trilogy Nick Hornby - Ten Years in the Tub Rebecca West - Black Lamb and Gray Falcon

60 MINJUN 1
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Episode 61: The belt says "I Love Them"

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