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Hattie Crisell
In Writing with Hattie Crisell
Journalist Hattie Crisell visits the studies of writers of all kinds – novelists, screenwriters, poets, journalists and more – to find out how they write, why they write, and what they can teach us about doing it better.
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Ratings & Reviews
4.9 stars from 336 ratings
What a gem!
Wonderful interviews about the creative process of such a diverse assortment of different mediums. This has kept me in great company during this years writing journey!
Swoozl via Apple Podcasts · Great Britain · 01/20/22
Life
I cannot get over the gift that you give all of your listeners you bring peace to my heart and knowledge to my brain thank you Jay
hair62 via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 01/08/22
Great Writing Podcast
As a reader and fiction writer—and writing podcast devotee—I find this one of the best of its sort. Even writers whom I’ve heard in other interviews seem to enter into new territory while chatting with Hattie. Only “complaint” is a bias against long books. Love to hear a writer resist the idea here.
LookMimiHill via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 12/18/21
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Published 12/10/21
For the last episode of the fourth series of In Writing, Rumaan Alam joins me remotely from his house in Brooklyn, New York. Rumaan is the author of Rich and Pretty, That Kind of Mother, and most recently Leave the World Behind – a literary thriller about a family holiday that takes a sinister...
Published 12/10/21
Georgia Pritchett is my very funny guest this week. She's been writing for TV since the early Nineties and has worked on Smack the Pony, The Thick of It, Veep, Succession and, importantly, Spice World. She's also the creator of the new Apple TV series The Shrink Next Door, starring Will Ferrell,...
Published 12/03/21
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