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Writers Ask: Angry Peacocks

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Another super-sized Writers Ask this week, not so much because we’re answering lots of questions but because we’ve got lots of opinions. Do you want to know what Tom thinks about the television show The View? Do you want to hear about the time in college when Mike was on a Dating Game-style game show in his dorm? Would you like some literary blind items about bad readings? If so, this is the episode for you. Also, we (nominally) answer some listener questions about, like, writing and junk.

Questions include: How can writers make public readings more entertaining? What weird editing marks do you make on your writing (or the writing of your students)? And how could the National Book Award people spice up their annual ceremony? Also, Mike’s got an update on his NaNoWriMo progress.

You can read Mike’s essay/argument/rant on readings here, on The Fanzine. You can watch full episodes of The View here. You can keep current on whether we’re alive or dead here. You can donate your hard-earned money to us, and receive valuable donor gifts here.

As always, you can stream the episode here on our site, or download the mp3 file. We’re also in the iTunes store, on Stitcher, and in just about any other podcasting app you might use. If you like the show, please help us spread the word–on Twitter, on Facebook, on your town’s most crowded sidewalks. We rely on word of mouth to find new listeners, so we appreciate any help we can get. Thanks for listening!

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Author: mikeingram25

writer, editor

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