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  1. Writing Excuses 8.20: The Short Story, with Mary Robinette Kowal » Writing Excuses

    The number one request we got when we asked you what you’d like us to talk about? Short story writing. Mary is our resident expert, and if she weren’t already a member of the cast, she’d our go-to expert for an interview. Convenient!

    We begin by addressing the popular notion that writing short stories is a good way to practice for writing novels, and selling short stories is a way to break in and sell novels. We then return to the M.I.C.E. quotient (first addressed by us in 6.10) and discuss how the quotient (or model, or formula) helps you understand what to cut from the telling of a story to make it a short story.

    Mary then walks us through her process for turning an idea into a story concept, and then distilling that concept into a short story. She also invites us to explore her 950-word short, “Evil Robot Monkey,” free of charge!

    Audiobook Pick-of-the-Week: The Language of Moths, by Christopher Barzak, narrated by Paul Michael Garcia

    Writing Prompt: Being "bi-textual" is a controversial lifestyle choice…

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  2. Salt on the Lips (winner, Short Documentary Challenge, Third Coast Audio Festival 2013)

    David channels his frustrated desires into detailed fantasies for the perfect sensual feast.

    Salt On the Lips, produced by Jenny Asarnow, was one of five stories chosen (from ~250 submissions) as a winner in the 2013 ShortDocs Challenge (SDC). Note! This story contains mature content.

    A collaboration with the James Beard Foundation, the SDC invited anyone and everyone to produce a short audio story inspired by "appetite," presented in three courses, and featuring one of the five tastes in the title: bitter, salty, sour, sweet, umami.

    Hear the four other winners and all of this year’s SDC submissions, in our Radio Potluck. Read comments left by listeners who voted for Salt on the Lips for the People’s ShortDoc Award, Behind the Scenes.

    —Huffduffed by smokler one month ago

  3. Amy Hempel - Dog of the Marriage - The Book Show - ABC Radio National (Australian Broadcasting Corporation)

    Amy Hempel is celebrated all over the world as a short story writer who is among the best of the best. In her latest collection of short stories Dog of the Marriage Amy Hempel writes about the misfortunes and moments of revelation in people’s marriages and in their lives.

    http://www.abc.net.au/radionational/programs/bookshow/amy-hempel---dog-of-the-marriage/3264708

    —Huffduffed by monkeymagick one month ago

  4. The Geek I/O Show: Episode 52 - Honky Tonk BadonkaKong

    Short SurveyGeek IO is brought to you by Tweaked Audio! 7 colors, 7 types, ultra durable AND sound AMAZING! Both with and without microphones as well, so you can sound awesome on your iPhone, Galaxy S4, Nexus 5 or pretty much ANYTHING else! Use the code "GEEK" at checkout to get 33% off AND free shipping!And by: ProXPN! Keep your internet activity private and anonymous. With free and premium accounts to take care of your every browsing need. Premium accounts start at $6.25/month, giving you access to their security and privacy options not only on your computer, but on your android or iOS devices.Go check them out and don’t forget to use our coupon code "Geek20" for 20% off your purchase!If you want to help support the show (e.g. - help us get new equipment, pay website costs, help us go see new release movies to review, etc…) consider making a one time donation to the show: www.geek-io.com/tipjarWe also want to let you know about our newest sponsor: Audible.com Try Audible now and get your first 30 days of the Audible Listener® Gold membership plan free, which includes one audio-book credit per month. After your 30 day trial, your membership will renew each month for just $14.95 per month so you can continue to receive one audio-book credit per month plus members-only discounts on all audio purchases. Choose from over 100,000 titles. Check out www.geek-io.com/audible for all the details, and we thank Audible.com for their support of Geek I/O!The Geek I/O Show: Episode 52 Show NotesThe Geek I/O Show: Episode 52 Audio Archive

    http://www.geek-io.com/geekioshow/52

    —Huffduffed by grahamwetzler one month ago

  5. EP437: A Rose for Ecclesiastes

    http://escapepod.org/2014/02/28/ep437-rose-ecclesiastes/

    —Huffduffed by imp one month ago

  6. Neither Confirm Nor Deny

    How a sunken nuclear submarine, a crazy billionaire, and a mechanical claw gave birth to a phrase that has hounded journalists and lawyers for 40 years and embodies the tension between the public’s desire for transparency and the government’s need to keep secrets.

    —Huffduffed by tribehut one month ago

  7. Neither Confirm Nor Deny

    How a sunken nuclear submarine, a crazy billionaire, and a mechanical claw gave birth to a phrase that has hounded journalists and lawyers for 40 years and embodies the tension between the public’s desire for transparency and the government’s need to keep secrets.

    —Huffduffed by sweeney one month ago

  8. Reading Envy: Reading Envy Podcast 002: Return of the Euthanized Book

    —Huffduffed by jessewillis 2 months ago

  9. Teju Cole Writes A Story A Tweet At A Time : NPR

    Nigerian-American writer Teju Cole has always used Twitter in creative ways. He recently asked a few dozen followers to tweet one line each, which he turned into a short story. Cole tells host Michel Martin more about the project.

    http://www.npr.org/2014/01/16/262473432/forget-the-new-yorker-storyteller-turns-to-twitter?ft=1&f=1008

    —Huffduffed by zzot 3 months ago

  10. Cory Doctorow: Flowers From Al

    Here’s part one of my 2003 short story “Flowers From Al,” written with Charlie Stross for New Voices in Science Fiction, a Mike Resnick anthology. It’s a pervy, weird story of transhuman romance.

    http://mostlysignssomeportents.tumblr.com/post/72469771137/heres-part-one-of-my-2003-short-story-flowers

    —Huffduffed by adactio 3 months ago

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