TLC Podcast #10: Fresh Brains

Accessing excitement and announcing the self in writing

This week, Rachel dives into some of her editorial methodology, including how she determined what changes to make in an upcoming essay of Taylor’s. Dan talks about his post-launch writing flow, and the group investigates what excites them about craft. Questions include: How does the author make herself known in a piece of journalism? How do you deal with the feeling that no one else will care about what you want to write about? On both counts Rachel notes: "Don’t let your humbleness become a withholding."

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@nicks.post 6 months ago

A transcript would be great for times when audio is not an option