When Anna Kendrick was 10 years old, she convinced her parents to drive her from their home in Maine to New York City for auditions. That decision has paid off with a pair of huge award nominations, roles opposite some of the world’s biggest movie stars and a multi-platinum hit song. Anna and Marc talk about the many highlights of her young career and why she’s always worried that none of it is real. Tip jar through PayPal.com email = email@example.com
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Comedian Ben Hoffman’s latest venture into country music seems inevitable. As an out-of-place Jewish kid in Kentucky, he found an escape by becoming a comedic actor and writer. But Ben tells Marc that career ups and downs, not to mention OCD and crippling anxiety, pushed him back to his good ol’ boy roots and prompted him to create Nashville sensation Wheeler Walker, Jr. This episode is sponsored by Audible, 1-800 Flowers and Squarespace.
In this episode Julie and Andy welcome two therapists from the Houston OCD program to the show. Eeva, the Milieu Manager and Ivy, a behavior therapist talk about their work and the different types of therapy that their program offers. If anyone is considering treatment and wondering how to decide what level of care is best, this show will help you make those decisions either for yourself or for a loved one. The information that the ladies give on this show are very insightful and give you a sneak peak into therapy from the other side.
731: Dr. Datis Kharrazian Helps You Understand Why Your Brain Isn’t Working | The Livin La Vida Low-Carb Show
Natural medicine practitioner and author Dr. Datis Kharrazian is our interview guest today in Episode 731 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show.”
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How many people are dealing with the negative effects of dysfunctional brain function these days? From a total lack of concentration, brain fog, afternoon fatigue and general sense of things not being quite right in the heard, it’s an all-too-common issue people just tolerate or medicate to deal with it. But today’s podcast interview guest says there are some very easy things people can do right now to take back control of their brain health for good. Health educator Dr. Datis Kharrazian (listen to Jimmy’s interview with him about his thyroid book in Episode 382), who specializes in sharing non-pharmaceutical applications to chronic illnesses, autoimmune disorders, and complex neurological disorders to medical practitioners around the world, is back with a brand new book on this subject entitled Why Isn’t My Brain Working?: A Revolutionary Understanding of Brain Decline and Effective Strategies to Recover Your Brain’s Health. This book contains so much invaluable information that most physicians unfortunately don’t know about regarding their patients’ brain health. Listen in as Jimmy and Dr. Kharrazian discuss the critical role nutrition and other lifestyle factors play in issues with brain health. This one is a MUST-LISTEN!
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Author Matthew Quick – This Creative Life ep 12
posted onOctober 14th, 2012
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No one can teach you to be you, and that’s the one thing you have as a writer. So saith Matthew Quick, author of two books for young adults and two books for adults (one yet unpublished but forthcoming), including The Silver Linings Playbook, which has been made into a major motion picture directed by David O. Russell. It will be released Thanksgiving weekend.
Matthew (he goes by Q) and I chatted around a month ago about the movie, about the writing, about finding your voice and why he wrote The Silver Linings Playbook in secret while getting his MFA. He’s got a lot of wisdom and experience to share. You may want to take notes – I know I did.
TCL Ep 12 – Matthew Quick
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Matthew Quick’s web site | Q tweets | Mrs. Q – Alicia Bessette
My blog interview with Q from March, in which we got a lot more into his specific works and the themes he revisits
You’ve still got about a month to read The Silver Linings Playbook before you see the movie. I highly recommend that you do both.
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October 15, 2012 at 10:48 am -
It’s funny, I know Matt and have never called him Q in my life. I wonder if he secretly hates that I don’t. Hm. Anyway, great interview Sara! Matt always has some insightful things to say about writing, life, and the creative process. Thanks!
October 16, 2012 at 10:00 am -
Ha! Sounds like you need to have a talk. Thanks for the comment!
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October 15, 2012 at 12:26 pm -
Great conversation. Thanks for sharing.
October 16, 2012 at 10:00 am -
Glad you enjoyed – thx for listening, Joe.
October 18, 2012 at 4:24 am -
This is pure, Matt!
The teacher and the writer come together in this interview perfectly. I am so thankful for his writing and his message. Thank you Sara for such a wonderful interview!
I had the opportunity to Matthew Quick, the author of Silver Linings Playbook, the book the Oscar-nominated movie was based on. Without his book, there would be no movie!
I talked to him about his working relationship with David O. Russell (or, as he says, D.O.R.), seeing his book go from page to screen, the inspiration behind the story, and his take on Cloud Atlas. Enjoy this episode and share it with your friends and loved ones.
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Professional Book Nerds: Ep. #18 — Interview with Matthew Quick, bestselling author of Silver Linings Playbook
This week we are back with another author interview, this time with bestselling author Matthew Quick, the man behind the popular The Silver Linings Playbook which was also adapted into the Academy Award nominated film. In his conversation with Adam, Matthew shares how Silver Linings Playbook became both a book and a movie (and not necessarily in the order you might think!) and also talks about his writing process and how he transitioned into writing Young Adult novels. His newest book Every Exquisite Thing will be released in May.
Books Written By Matthew
The Silver Linings Playbook (novel)
Silver Linings Playbook (movie)
Love May Fail
Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock
Every Exquisite Thing
The Good Luck of Right Now
Sorta Like a Rock Star
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Author of the “charmingly nerve-wracking” (NPR) best-selling Silver Linings Playbook, Matthew Quick exploded into the literary world with his quirky 2008 book about mental illness and love that was adapted into the Academy Award-winning film. His young adult novels Sorta Like a Rockstar, Boy21, and Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock speak to—but never down to—teenage readers. His new book, The Good Luck of Right Now is a funny and inspiring story about family, friendship, grief, and Richard Gere.
Introduced by Aurora Sanchez.
Matthew Quick exploded into the literary world in 2008 with his “charmingly nerve-wracking” (NPR) bestselling novel Silver Linings Playbook, a quirkily humane paean to mental illness and love that was adapted into the Academy Award-winning film. He is also the author of The Good Luck of Right Now, an inspiring story about friendship, grief, and Richard Gere. His young adult novels Sorta Like a Rockstar, Boy21, and Forgive Me, Leonard Peacock speak to—but never down to—teenage readers. In Love May Fail, a scorned housewife, aided by her hoarder mother, a brassy nun, an ex-drug addict, and a metal-head youngster, embark on an odyssey of self-discovery.
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