Author: Harry Marks

  • S5E4 – Benjamin Dreyer, DREYER’S ENGLISH

    Vice president, executive managing editor, and copy chief of Penguin Random House Benjamin Dreyer talks about his new writing style guide _Dreyer's English_, how and when to break certain writing "rules," whether "proper" english is classist, how words become part of the language, and how the publishing industry has changed over the last 25 years. Benjamin also explains why "grey" and "gray" are two different colors.

  • S5E3 – Rob Hart, TAKE-OUT

    Rob Hart stops by to discuss his collection of food-themed short noir stories, TAKE-OUT. Rob also talks about how where we grow up shapes our writing, how New York City has changed throughout the years, social commentary through genre fiction, and where to find the best burritos.

  • S5E2 – Alyssa Palombo, THE SPELLBOOK OF KATRINA VAN TASSEL

    Alyssa Palombo discusses her latest historical tale, THE SPELLBOOK OF KATRINA VAN TASSEL, a Legend of Sleepy Hollow retelling told from the point of view of Ichabod Crane's beloved, Katrina van Tassel. Alyssa also talks about the care in retelling a well-known story, her research process, and staying true to an often-told tale while also turning it on its head.

  • S5E1 – Laura Zats and Erik Hane, PRINT RUN PODCAST

    Welcome to season 5! Literary agents Laura Zats and Erik Hane of Red Sofa Literary stop by to discuss how they got started in agenting, why the dreaded query letter might not be so dreadful and much more!

  • S4E14 – Less Harper, THE BULLET JOURNAL METHOD (COVERED Book Club)

    In the season 4 finale, author, blogger, and podcaster Less Harper joins Harry in discussing Ryder Carroll’s new self-help productivity book, The Bullet Journal Method and how it applies to their own writing processes.

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Learn Me Something
Learn Me Something is a podcast that celebrates our ignorance as the beginning of the search for truth. Every week we select diverse subjects outside our neurosphere. The intent is to learn and teach something, for all of us. Recognizing the evolving world we live in, our goal is to teach critical thinking strategies to enable us to see past falsehoods.
Yoga
by Hologram Radio

Synopsis: This week on “Learn Me Something,” Aaron and Rich delve into the history of yoga. The beginnings of Yoga were developed by the Indus-Sarasvati civilization in Northern India over 5,000 years ago.

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Duration: 38:16:00

Present: Aaron Stewart, Rich Plumb

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