Terry Persun and Bill Kenower
Bill and Terry talk writing, inspiration, and happiness.
Bill and Kristina talk trust, talking to readers, and loving our stories.
Bill and Jillian discuss YA and adult fiction, and creating fiction from historical characters.
Bill and Kitty talk about the move from journalism to novels.
Bill and Ray discuss how art gives us a reason to live.
Jasper and Bill talk fiction, and how Jasper would like to see it get more adventurous.
Bill and Diane discuss the mysteries of listening to your characters.
Bill and Persephone talk about finding your writing voice later in life.
Bill and Stella talk characters, voice, much more.
Bill and Maliha talk, memoirs, Pakistan, and identity.
Bill and JoeAnn talk houses, writing careers, and following your passion.
Bill and Susan talk Nabokov, readers, and balancing work and family.
Tracey Garvis Graves
Bill and Tracey talk Createspace and first novels.
Bill and Sonora talk first novels, journalism, and love.
Bill and John talk poetry, thought, and rereading your work.
Bill and Chris talk suspense and learning to trust.
Bill and Holly talk writing, marriage, and much more.
Bill and Kristen talk about the joys and fears of being a first-time author.
Bill and Helene discuss poetry, dreams, and pursuing your passion.
Bill Kenower and Terry Persun
Bill and Terry talk about what it means to write and live within yourself.
Bill and Eric talk about overcoming blocks to your creative life.
Bill and Marc talk fear and love, magic, and creating a life you love.
Bill and Danika talk imaginary worlds and children's fiction.
Melissa Studdard and Donna Baier Stein
Bill, Melissa, and Donna talk writing, spirituality, and the Tiferet Journal.
Bill and Benjamin talk genres, rejection, and pretty sentences.
Bill and Helen talk history, fiction, and inspiration.
Bill and Jonathan talk about the writing life.
Bill Kenower and Terry Persun
Bill and Terry talk about what it means to write and publish within ourselves.
Bill and Soman talk success, fairy tales, and movies.
Bill and Michael discuss The Three Principals, a revolutionary inside-out approach to life.
Bill and Donald talk writing and publishing in the 21st Century.
Bill and Natalie discuss The True Secret of Writing.
Bill Kenower and Terry Persun
Bill and Terry discuss what it means to Write Within Yourself.
Henriette Lavaridis Power
Bill and Henriette talk identity, language, and much more.
Bill and Fred talk manhood, memory, and identity.
Bill and Alex discuss publishing your second book, and the writer as outsider.
Bill and Elizabeth talk poetry, and trusting our darkness.
Bill and Thrity talk about remembering why we write.
Bill and Allie talk second novels, finding stories, trusting your intuition.
Bill and Laura talk writing, teaching and much more.
Bill and Erica talk characters, empathy, and learning to trust your process.
Bill and Jo talk writing buddies, fear, and finding your story.
Bill and Deb discuss their love of writing and of life.
Bill and John talk suspense novels, genre, rationality, mystery, and much more.
Bill and Keith talk stories, creativity, and ghosts.
Bill and Kathleen discuss poetry from everyday life.
Randy Susan Meyers
Bill and Randy talk books, marketing, and much more.
Bill and Ed talk poetry, survival, and doing what you love.
Bill and Garth talk pursuing your passion, and finding your story.
Bill and Heather talk writing and life.
Bill and Bonnie discuss memoirs, memory, and truth.
Bill and Andrea discuss happiness, flow, and living in the present moment.
R. Jeffreys and Melissa Studdard
Bill, Jeff, and Melissa discuss the art of the interview.
Bill and Joan answer the question: Why do we write?
Bill and Shilpa discuss marriage, first novels, and the mysteries of creativity.
Bill and Patricia talk conscious money, conscious capitalism, and conscious living.
Janna Cawrse Esarey
Bill and Janna talk memoirs, love, marriage, and more.
Bill and Elizabeth talk stories, ghosts, Hollywood, and more.
C. C. Humphreys
Bill and Chris discuss history, characters, and acting.
Bill and Gregg talk YA fiction, changing genres, and true crime.
Bill and Frank talk writing tips.
Bill and Kirby talk outlines, listening, and redemption.
Susan Wingate and Joshua Graham
Bill, Susan, and Joshua discuss, genre, stories, and faith.
Bill and Laurie talk love, writing, and death.
Bill takes your calls and questions.
Bill and Richard discuss free choice, creativity, inspiration, and much, much more.
Bill and Robert discuss teaching, conferences, and characters.
Bill discusses the unique challenges of being an author.
Trudi Strain Trueit
Bill and Trudi discuss time management and writing from the heart.
Bill and Jon discuss the challenges facing today's authors.
Bill and Dori discuss the Sophomore Slump, fear, and faith.
Bill and Erica discuss fear, joy, and the strange surprises that await first-time authors.
Bill and David discuss the strange experience that is publishing your first novel.
Jennie and Bill discuss the things they wished they'd known before they started their first book.
Bill and Robert discuss craft, language, and the importance of gaining your readers respect.
Sir Ken Robinson
Bill and Ken discuss education, imagination, language, and being in The Element.
Bill and Margaret discuss historical fiction and the doubts every writer must face.
Bill and Kevin discuss suspense, outlining, and the imagination.
Bill and Megan discuss life, death, and good and evil.
Bill and Laura Munson discuss writing, life, and everything in between.
Bill Kenower debunks the myth that writing is hard.
Bill and Hollywood "It Girl" Tish Cohen discuss writing, break-ins, and much more.
Bill and award-winning children’s book author
Bonny Becker go in deep in this episode, discussing
evolution, death, and a little Maurice Sendak.
Bill and poet/novelist Terry Persun talk
about raising children writers and where the meaning really
Bill and Doctor/Author Carol Casella talk
ebooks, medicine, and finding time to write.
Bill and Diane Hammond discuss the importance of listening and Diane’s trepidation about her next novel.
Bill and bestselling author Frank Delaney
(recently named “the most eloquent man in the world” by NPR)
talk about language, favorite literary characters, and
Frank’s colorful and varied career in Author2Author’s