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The Aspiring Writer

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Red Fez Publications is dedicated to helping writers improve how they live, how they write, and how they grow as an author. These podcasts are designed to motivate, entertain. More importantly, we aim to demystify the act of writing and the concept of being a "writer". These podcasts will be valuable tools in your journey, and we wish you the best of luck.

Latest Episodes

Gordon Warnock on being a literary agent, on the role of literary agents in publishing

The Aspiring Writer is a podcast for writers about being a writer. If you enjoy our show, you can help us by rating the show on iTunes or trying out Audible for free via our link atwww.audibletrial.com/RedFez. Submit your work towww.redfez.netor join our social network of writers. Gordon Warnock is a founding partner at Fuse Literary, where he represents fiction and nonfiction, including EVERYTHING WE KEEP by Kerry Lonsdale, THIS IS WHAT A LIBRARIAN LOOKS LIKE by Kyle Cassidy, and THE NIGHT CHILD by Anna Quinn. You can find him at www.fuseliterary.com and on Twitter @gordonwarnock.

55 MIN2017 AUG 4
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Gordon Warnock on being a literary agent, on the role of literary agents in publishing

Danger Slater on Kurt Vonnegut, re-reading, and more!

The Aspiring Writer is a podcast for writers about being a writer. If you enjoy our show, you can help us by rating the show on iTunes or trying out Audible for free via our link atwww.audibletrial.com/RedFez. Submit your work towww.redfez.netor join our social network of writers. Danger Slater is the author of several books and many short stories. His last two books I Will Rot Without You and Puppet Skin are available through Fungasm Press. You can find him frolicing amongst the coniferous trees in Portland, OR.

71 MIN2017 JUN 26
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Danger Slater on Kurt Vonnegut, re-reading, and more!

Jaime Boust on beauty versus story, writing full-time, and more

The Aspiring Writer is a podcast for writers about being a writer. If you enjoy our show, you can help us by rating the show on iTunes or trying out Audible for free via our link atwww.audibletrial.com/RedFez. Submit your work towww.redfez.netor join our social network of writers. Jaime Boust is a writer whose work ranges from literotica to magical realist alternate histories. She is the recipient of the inaugural David Carr Prize for Emerging Writers at SXSW. Her fiction includes Book Club and Conquest, stories that stroke the zeitgeist of sex-forward female comedy tackling topics of beauty, aging, relationships, and self-worth with a feminist bent. She got her wits about her on the hills of San Francisco, the streets of London, the sewers of Paris, and the suburban wilds of Oakland. These days you'll find her dodging traffic in Los Angeles with her husband and two kids. http://www.jaimeboust.com/

63 MIN2017 MAY 3
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Jaime Boust on beauty versus story, writing full-time, and more

Nathan Bransford on fear, success, literary agents, and more

The Aspiring Writer is a podcast for writers about being a writer. If you enjoy our show, you can help us by rating the show on iTunes or trying out Audible for free via our link atwww.audibletrial.com/RedFez. Submit your work towww.redfez.netor join our social network of writers. Nathan Bransford is the author of How to Write a Novel, Jacob Wonderbar and the Cosmic Space Kapow, Jacob Wonderbar for President of the Universe, and Jacob Wonderbar and the Interstellar Time Warp. He was formerly a literary agent with Curtis Brown Ltd. and has since worked in the tech and finance industries. He writes a popular blog about the writing and publishing process at blog.nathanbransford.com and lives in New York City.

60 MIN2017 MAR 24
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Nathan Bransford on fear, success, literary agents, and more

Andrew Lee-Hart on transitioning into writing fiction, and more!

The Aspiring Writer is a podcast for writers about being a writer. If you enjoy our show, you can help us by rating the show on iTunes or trying out Audible for free via our link atwww.audibletrial.com/RedFez. Submit your work towww.redfez.netor join our social network of writers. Andrew was born in Yorkshire many years ago but now lives on Merseyside where he writes stories and works as a support worker. His stories have appeared on various websites and in print. At present Andrew is working on a novel called “A Crack in Everything” which is concerned with religion, sex, art and Leonard Cohen.

62 MIN2017 FEB 22
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Andrew Lee-Hart on transitioning into writing fiction, and more!

A.S. Coomer on the life blood of a writer, and more!

The Aspiring Writer is a podcast for writers about being a writer. If you enjoy our show, you can help us by rating the show on iTunes or trying out Audible for free via our link atwww.audibletrial.com/RedFez. Submit your work towww.redfez.netor join our social network of writers. A.S. Coomer is a writer and musician. His work has appeared in over thirty literary journals, magazines, anthologies and the like. He was nominated for the Pushcart Prize three times in 2016. His debut novel, Rush’s Deal (Hammer & Anvil Books), came out December 11th, 2016. You can find him at www.ascoomer.com. He also runs Lost, Long Gone, Forgotten Records, a “record label” exclusively for poetry. https://ascoomer.com

61 MIN2017 FEB 22
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A.S. Coomer on the life blood of a writer, and more!

Chirs Campanioni on being an author in the 21st century, and more!

The Aspiring Writer is a podcast for writers about being a writer. If you enjoy our show, you can help us by rating the show on iTunes or trying out Audible for free via our link atwww.audibletrial.com/RedFez. Submit your work towww.redfez.netor join our social network of writers. Chris Campanioni seeks to blur boundaries. He is an author, teacher, journalist, and model, and the co-editor of PANK, Tupelo Quarterly, and At Large Magazine. He gravitates toward anything that involves creative thinking, learning and teaching, writing and editing, and most importantly, connecting with people. Campanioni’s debut novel, Going Down, was released September 1, 2013 by Aignos and was selected as Best First Book at the International Latino Book Awards in 2014. It is the first in a trilogy of works about communication and the culture of media, commodities, fashion, and tourism. Tourist Trap (or: how I paid my way through grad school) (Black Rose, 2015) is the follow-up and excerpts were nominat...

70 MIN2017 FEB 22
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Chirs Campanioni on being an author in the 21st century, and more!

William Taylor Jr on the importance of distance, and more!

The Aspiring Writer is a podcast for writers about being a writer. If you enjoy our show, you can help us by rating the show on iTunes or trying out Audible for free via our link atwww.audibletrial.com/RedFez. Submit your work towww.redfez.netor join our social network of writers. William Taylor Jr. lives and writes in the Tenderloin neighborhood of San Francisco. The Blood of a Tourist (Sunnyoutside, 2014) is his latest collection of poetry. He is a Pushcart Prize nominee and was a recipient of the 2013 Acker Award. For his books available on Amazon: http://amzn.to/2l4XN5R

77 MIN2017 FEB 22
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William Taylor Jr on the importance of distance, and more!

Josh Koehn on journalism and fiction, and more!

The Aspiring Writer is a podcast for writers about being a writer. If you enjoy our show, you can help us by rating the show on iTunes or trying out Audible for free via our link atwww.audibletrial.com/RedFez. Submit your work towww.redfez.netor join our social network of writers. Josh Koehn moved south of Missouri and then west after the death of his father. His mother brought him to San Jose before the bubble burst, and he has mostly called the Bay Area home ever since. He works as an investigative reporter and editor for Metro, Silicon Valley’s alternative weekly newspaper. His wife and two old cats form alliances against him most nights. Josh studied literature and journalism at the University of California, Davis, where he graduated with an English degree after being kicked out. Twice. He gave up on being a sportswriter and sold everything he owned to travel and write. He ran out of money and lived with his evangelical Christian grandparents in Iowa. He worked at an afternoon ...

88 MIN2017 JAN 18
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Josh Koehn on journalism and fiction, and more!

Terry Barr on the art of writing creative non-fiction, and more!

The Aspiring Writer is a podcast for writers about being a writer. If you enjoy our show, you can help us by rating the show on iTunes or trying out Audible for free via our link atwww.audibletrial.com/RedFez. Submit your work towww.redfez.netor join our social network of writers. Terry Barr is a professor of English and Creative Writing at Presbyterian College in Clinton, S.C., and the author ofDon’t Date Baptists and Other Warnings from my Alabama Mother, a collection of nonfiction essays centered on his hometown of Bessemer, Ala. His essays have been published in such journals asThe Museum of Americana, Blue Lyra Review, Steel Toe Review, Belle Reve Literary Journal, and South Writ Large, amongst many others.His essay “A Big-Ass Pot of Blended Soup” was nominated byRed Truck Review for the Best of the Net Award in 2015.He lives in Greenville, S.C., with his wife, two daughters, and their beloved pets, Morgan and Max (the Carolina Wild Dog).

66 MIN2017 JAN 17
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Terry Barr on the art of writing creative non-fiction, and more!

Latest Episodes

Gordon Warnock on being a literary agent, on the role of literary agents in publishing

The Aspiring Writer is a podcast for writers about being a writer. If you enjoy our show, you can help us by rating the show on iTunes or trying out Audible for free via our link atwww.audibletrial.com/RedFez. Submit your work towww.redfez.netor join our social network of writers. Gordon Warnock is a founding partner at Fuse Literary, where he represents fiction and nonfiction, including EVERYTHING WE KEEP by Kerry Lonsdale, THIS IS WHAT A LIBRARIAN LOOKS LIKE by Kyle Cassidy, and THE NIGHT CHILD by Anna Quinn. You can find him at www.fuseliterary.com and on Twitter @gordonwarnock.

55 MIN2017 AUG 4
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Gordon Warnock on being a literary agent, on the role of literary agents in publishing

Danger Slater on Kurt Vonnegut, re-reading, and more!

The Aspiring Writer is a podcast for writers about being a writer. If you enjoy our show, you can help us by rating the show on iTunes or trying out Audible for free via our link atwww.audibletrial.com/RedFez. Submit your work towww.redfez.netor join our social network of writers. Danger Slater is the author of several books and many short stories. His last two books I Will Rot Without You and Puppet Skin are available through Fungasm Press. You can find him frolicing amongst the coniferous trees in Portland, OR.

71 MIN2017 JUN 26
Comments
Danger Slater on Kurt Vonnegut, re-reading, and more!

Jaime Boust on beauty versus story, writing full-time, and more

The Aspiring Writer is a podcast for writers about being a writer. If you enjoy our show, you can help us by rating the show on iTunes or trying out Audible for free via our link atwww.audibletrial.com/RedFez. Submit your work towww.redfez.netor join our social network of writers. Jaime Boust is a writer whose work ranges from literotica to magical realist alternate histories. She is the recipient of the inaugural David Carr Prize for Emerging Writers at SXSW. Her fiction includes Book Club and Conquest, stories that stroke the zeitgeist of sex-forward female comedy tackling topics of beauty, aging, relationships, and self-worth with a feminist bent. She got her wits about her on the hills of San Francisco, the streets of London, the sewers of Paris, and the suburban wilds of Oakland. These days you'll find her dodging traffic in Los Angeles with her husband and two kids. http://www.jaimeboust.com/

63 MIN2017 MAY 3
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Jaime Boust on beauty versus story, writing full-time, and more

Nathan Bransford on fear, success, literary agents, and more

The Aspiring Writer is a podcast for writers about being a writer. If you enjoy our show, you can help us by rating the show on iTunes or trying out Audible for free via our link atwww.audibletrial.com/RedFez. Submit your work towww.redfez.netor join our social network of writers. Nathan Bransford is the author of How to Write a Novel, Jacob Wonderbar and the Cosmic Space Kapow, Jacob Wonderbar for President of the Universe, and Jacob Wonderbar and the Interstellar Time Warp. He was formerly a literary agent with Curtis Brown Ltd. and has since worked in the tech and finance industries. He writes a popular blog about the writing and publishing process at blog.nathanbransford.com and lives in New York City.

60 MIN2017 MAR 24
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Nathan Bransford on fear, success, literary agents, and more

Andrew Lee-Hart on transitioning into writing fiction, and more!

The Aspiring Writer is a podcast for writers about being a writer. If you enjoy our show, you can help us by rating the show on iTunes or trying out Audible for free via our link atwww.audibletrial.com/RedFez. Submit your work towww.redfez.netor join our social network of writers. Andrew was born in Yorkshire many years ago but now lives on Merseyside where he writes stories and works as a support worker. His stories have appeared on various websites and in print. At present Andrew is working on a novel called “A Crack in Everything” which is concerned with religion, sex, art and Leonard Cohen.

62 MIN2017 FEB 22
Comments
Andrew Lee-Hart on transitioning into writing fiction, and more!

A.S. Coomer on the life blood of a writer, and more!

The Aspiring Writer is a podcast for writers about being a writer. If you enjoy our show, you can help us by rating the show on iTunes or trying out Audible for free via our link atwww.audibletrial.com/RedFez. Submit your work towww.redfez.netor join our social network of writers. A.S. Coomer is a writer and musician. His work has appeared in over thirty literary journals, magazines, anthologies and the like. He was nominated for the Pushcart Prize three times in 2016. His debut novel, Rush’s Deal (Hammer & Anvil Books), came out December 11th, 2016. You can find him at www.ascoomer.com. He also runs Lost, Long Gone, Forgotten Records, a “record label” exclusively for poetry. https://ascoomer.com

61 MIN2017 FEB 22
Comments
A.S. Coomer on the life blood of a writer, and more!

Chirs Campanioni on being an author in the 21st century, and more!

The Aspiring Writer is a podcast for writers about being a writer. If you enjoy our show, you can help us by rating the show on iTunes or trying out Audible for free via our link atwww.audibletrial.com/RedFez. Submit your work towww.redfez.netor join our social network of writers. Chris Campanioni seeks to blur boundaries. He is an author, teacher, journalist, and model, and the co-editor of PANK, Tupelo Quarterly, and At Large Magazine. He gravitates toward anything that involves creative thinking, learning and teaching, writing and editing, and most importantly, connecting with people. Campanioni’s debut novel, Going Down, was released September 1, 2013 by Aignos and was selected as Best First Book at the International Latino Book Awards in 2014. It is the first in a trilogy of works about communication and the culture of media, commodities, fashion, and tourism. Tourist Trap (or: how I paid my way through grad school) (Black Rose, 2015) is the follow-up and excerpts were nominat...

70 MIN2017 FEB 22
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Chirs Campanioni on being an author in the 21st century, and more!

William Taylor Jr on the importance of distance, and more!

The Aspiring Writer is a podcast for writers about being a writer. If you enjoy our show, you can help us by rating the show on iTunes or trying out Audible for free via our link atwww.audibletrial.com/RedFez. Submit your work towww.redfez.netor join our social network of writers. William Taylor Jr. lives and writes in the Tenderloin neighborhood of San Francisco. The Blood of a Tourist (Sunnyoutside, 2014) is his latest collection of poetry. He is a Pushcart Prize nominee and was a recipient of the 2013 Acker Award. For his books available on Amazon: http://amzn.to/2l4XN5R

77 MIN2017 FEB 22
Comments
William Taylor Jr on the importance of distance, and more!

Josh Koehn on journalism and fiction, and more!

The Aspiring Writer is a podcast for writers about being a writer. If you enjoy our show, you can help us by rating the show on iTunes or trying out Audible for free via our link atwww.audibletrial.com/RedFez. Submit your work towww.redfez.netor join our social network of writers. Josh Koehn moved south of Missouri and then west after the death of his father. His mother brought him to San Jose before the bubble burst, and he has mostly called the Bay Area home ever since. He works as an investigative reporter and editor for Metro, Silicon Valley’s alternative weekly newspaper. His wife and two old cats form alliances against him most nights. Josh studied literature and journalism at the University of California, Davis, where he graduated with an English degree after being kicked out. Twice. He gave up on being a sportswriter and sold everything he owned to travel and write. He ran out of money and lived with his evangelical Christian grandparents in Iowa. He worked at an afternoon ...

88 MIN2017 JAN 18
Comments
Josh Koehn on journalism and fiction, and more!

Terry Barr on the art of writing creative non-fiction, and more!

The Aspiring Writer is a podcast for writers about being a writer. If you enjoy our show, you can help us by rating the show on iTunes or trying out Audible for free via our link atwww.audibletrial.com/RedFez. Submit your work towww.redfez.netor join our social network of writers. Terry Barr is a professor of English and Creative Writing at Presbyterian College in Clinton, S.C., and the author ofDon’t Date Baptists and Other Warnings from my Alabama Mother, a collection of nonfiction essays centered on his hometown of Bessemer, Ala. His essays have been published in such journals asThe Museum of Americana, Blue Lyra Review, Steel Toe Review, Belle Reve Literary Journal, and South Writ Large, amongst many others.His essay “A Big-Ass Pot of Blended Soup” was nominated byRed Truck Review for the Best of the Net Award in 2015.He lives in Greenville, S.C., with his wife, two daughters, and their beloved pets, Morgan and Max (the Carolina Wild Dog).

66 MIN2017 JAN 17
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Terry Barr on the art of writing creative non-fiction, and more!
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