Okay, writers. Would you rather listen to information or read it? For me, it’s a toss-up. I’m a bit of a bibliophile, as most writers are, but I do loves me a good podcast occasionally. A recent scouring of the Internet yielded a variety of podcasts, some of which even had something to do with writing. So today, I’m going to share a few of them with you. (Who says procrastination can’t pay off in the long run?)
Grammar Girl’s Christmas Carol Grammar Podcast (among others) (Stop by and hear Grammar Girl sing! Oh, and she dissects a bit of archaic grammar from Christmas Carols, too. Perfect seasonal stuff.)
Texas A&M’s Video podcasts (a smorgasbord of info about the mechanics of writing.)
Writing Excuses podcast (because I love their tag line: “Fifteen minutes long, because you’re in a hurry, and we’re not that smart.”)
AmericanWriters.com (now apparently defunct, but the archived podcasts are worth a listen)
Slush Pile Workshop (Plays the role of agent, reads and evaluates submissions sent in to the show.)
Do you have any podcasts about creative writing you’d like to share? I’d love to hear about them, because I have some serious procrast– er… writing to do next week, too.