In the latest episode of The Chicago Writers Podcast, Dan Finnen talks with Sarah Terez Rosenblum, author of Herself When She’s Missing, about using teaching to learn craft, knowing when to share your work, giving yourself permission to say “I don’t know,” and more!
The Chicago Writers Podcast is a Stories Matter Foundation series about the latest Chicago literary news, releases, and recommendations. Stay tuned every month for new installments!
Ep 39: Julia Fine, Author, on Getting Started, Taking Breaks, and Writing as the Reward – Chicago Writers Podcast
In this episode, Julia Fine, author, discusses getting started, research, following the call of your work, preparing your concept, revisions, developmental edits, working on projects over the course of multiple years, taking breaks, writing as the reward, and making choices through a goal. Julia Fine https://www.julia-fine.com/ Stories Matter Foundation https://www.storystudiochicago.org/
- Ep 39: Julia Fine, Author, on Getting Started, Taking Breaks, and Writing as the Reward
- Ep 38: Sarah Terez Rosenblum, Author, on Developmental Editors, Sharing Work, and Why You Should Wear Black When Teaching
- Ep 37: Rebecca George of Volumes Bookscafe, on Backlists, Sales, and Why Authors Shouldn't Call a Bookstore on a Weekend
- Ep 36: Favorite Books of 2022 with Chicago Review of Books
- Ep 35: Jeremy Owens, Writer and Performer, on Live Lit, Putting on a Show, and Whatever Is Going On With Twitter