My Top 3 Writing Podcasts

I like to walk. I like to listen to stuff while I walk.

I’ve been into podcasts for over ten years now, ever since my knitting obsessed days. Yes, there are knitting podcasts. Don’t you know, knitting is a thing – check out Ravelry with over 6 million subscribers. But I digress into knitting defensiveness. Back to podcasts.

I listen podcasts on various topics from personal development to exercise to the paranormal to current events to films and of course, writing. Today I’m sharing my top 3 writing podcasts (for today – podcasts come and go).

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Here are my top 3 Writing Podcasts

So You Want to Be a Writer

A weekly podcast with Valerie Khoo and Alison Tait of the Australian Writers Centre.

Why I like it – An Australian perspective on writing with weekly regular segments and a long interview with a working writer. While basically content marketing for the Australian Writer’s Centre, the content is useful and informative across all genres, covering mainly traditional publishing.

The Creative Penn Podcast

A weekly podcast from Joanna Penn of the Creative Penn

Why I like it – Joanna Penn is passionate about indie publishing and inspiring others. She is interested in many different aspects of the writing world (including new technology and global expansion) and has great interviews with writers, pundits and other publishing related people. I always get something from each week.

Science-Fiction and Fantasy Marketing Podcast

A niche weekly podcast based on marketing for indie published science-fiction and fantasy writers hosted by Lindsay Buroker, Joseph Lallo and Jeffrey Poole.

Why I like it – no frills, no fancy music or advertising. Just authors asking other authors about their writing and their marketing approaches. Good solid information.

What are your favourite writing podcasts?

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