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How Sarah Stodola (Author of Process: The Writing Lives of Great Authors ) Writes: Journalist and creative non-fiction author Sarah Stodola shared her writer s file with me in this episode. Her recent book Process: The Writing Lives of Great Authors is a fascinating collection of the habits and habitats of heralded scribes. Ms....

How Sarah Stodola (Author of Process: The Writing Lives of Great Authors ) Writes: Journalist and creative non-fiction author Sarah Stodola shared her writer s file with me in this episode. Her recent book Process: The Writing Lives of Great Authors is a fascinating collection of the habits and habitats of heralded scribes. Ms....

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How Sarah Stodola (Author of Process: The Writing Lives of Great Authors ) Writes: Journalist and creative non-fiction author Sarah Stodola shared her writer s file with me in this episode. Her recent book Process: The Writing Lives of Great Authors is a fascinating collection of the habits and habitats of heralded scribes. Ms....

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Journalist and creative non-fiction author Sarah Stodola shared her writer s file with me in this episode. Her recent book Process: The Writing Lives of Great Authors is a fascinating collection of the habits and habitats of heralded scribes. Ms. Stodola is also an accomplished journalist and editor whose work has appeared in The New York Times, Mental Floss, The Daily Beast, The Fiscal Times, Conde Nast Traveler, The Nation, The Wall Street Journal, Storyboard, Slate, and many others. Take a listen to learn about the process of an author who is a curator of true writer porn, a window into the processes of the greats. In this 21-minute file Sarah Stodola and I discuss: How to Write About Great Writers The Weird Trick Coffee Shops Play on Productivity Sarah s New Definition of Writer s Block A Surefire Way to Find Freedom from The Internet Can a Season Be a Muse to Writers? Where Does True Writing Genius Really Come From? Why Writing is Rewriting The Three Rules for Writing a Novel Why You Shouldn t Worry About Your First Drafts Listen to The Writer Files: Writing, Productivity, Creativity, and Neuroscience below ... Download MP3 Subscribe by RSS Subscribe in iTunes The Show Notes Process: The Writing Lives of Great Authors by Sarah Stodola How the Hum of a Coffee Shop Can Boost Creativity Freedom – Block Digital Distractions Sarah Stodola on Twitter Kelton Reid on Twitter Rainmaker.FM is Brought to You By   Discover why more than 80,000 companies in 135 countries choose WP Engine for managed WordPress hosting. Start getting more from your site today! The Transcript How Sarah Stodola (Author of Process: The Writing Lives of Great Authors ) Writes Voiceover: This is Rainmaker.FM, the digital marketing podcast network. It’s built on the Rainmaker Platform, which empowers you to build your own digital marketing and sales platform. Start your free 14-day trial at RainmakerPlatform.com. Kelton Reid: These are The Writer Files, a tour of the habits, habitats, and brains of working writers, from online content creators to fictionists, journalists, entrepreneurs, and beyond. I’m your host, Kelton Reid: writer, podcaster, and mediaphile. Each week, we’ll find out how great writers keep the ink flowing, the cursor moving, and avoid writer’s block. In this episode, journalist and creative non-fiction author Sarah Stodola stopped by to share her file with us. Her recent book Process: The Writing Lives of Great Authors is a fascinating collection of the habits and habitats of heralded scribes. Ms. Stodola is also an accomplished journalist and editor whose work has appeared in The New York Times, Mental Floss, The Nation, The Wall Street Journal, Slate, and many others. Stay tuned to learn about the process of an author who is a curator of writer porn, a window into the processes of the greats. Sarah, it is a great pleasure to have you on the podcast. Thank you for joining me. Sarah Stodola: Thank you for having me. I’m excited. Kelton Reid: Your book is one of the coolest things that I’ve found this year to dig into, and I m really enjoying it. Sarah Stodola: Thank you. How to Write about Great Writers Kelton Reid: The way that I describe it is, it’s a cross between non-fiction and some really interesting sociology, psychology about the habits and habitats of these famous writers. It’s right in line with what I’m doing with The Writer Files by picking the brains of working writers from all different realms. I’ve called it writer porn in the past. It’s just really a purely, amazingly well-researched look into the minds of these great authors. Let’s get into your file, if you don’t mind, and talk a little bit about your process. For listeners who don t know you, who are you, and what is your area of expertise? Sarah Stodola: I have a strong background in journalism that’s crossed over with creative writing over the years. I’m working at the intersection of that, really focusing on literary writing. Kelton Reid: Where can we fin
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