Digital pens, smartpens, and styluses seek to bridge the divide between analog and digital for people who still like to write by hand and are reluctant to give up paper or pens. In this episode we explore the best options and talk about which is best for fiction and non-fiction writers and journalists. Duration: 22:12:00 […]Listen Now "22: Digital Pens, Smartpens, and Styluses"
David D. Levine, author of _Arabella of Mars_, talks with Tempest about bygone gadgets from another era, complex backup systems, why he uses both Word and Scrivener, and how he wrote over 50 short stories and kept them all organized and tracked.Listen Now "21: A Conversation with David D. Levine (Arabella of Mars)"
Nalo Hopkinson, Justine Larbalestier, Scott Westerfeld, and I talk about ergonomic writing setups for people with RSI, finding a fabulous chair for reading and writing in, Scrivener and how fabulous it is, and different modes of writing beyond sitting at the keyboard. Duration: 39:28:00 Present: K. Tempest Bradford, Nalo Hopkinson, Justine Larbalestier, Scott Westerfeld. Subscribe […]Listen Now "20: A Conversation with Nalo Hopkinson, Justine Larbalestier, And Scott Westerfeld"
Kameron Hurley, author of The Geek Feminist Revolution, talks about writing novels without Scrivener (is that even possible?), deceptive laptop colors, and how she handles the front-facing aspects of being a professional writer–blogs, social media, and more. Duration: 16:02:00 Present: K. Tempest Bradford, Kameron Hurley. Subscribe to The Write Gear! Get the The Write Gear […]Listen Now "19: Geek Feminist Revolutionary Kameron Hurley"
Ken Liu is the author of dozens of short stories and one doorstopper of an epic fantasy novel. In this episode he talks about the writing tools he uses to keep track of a huge project like that and why he does his actual writing in a plain text editor. Duration: 16:13:00 Present: K. Tempest […]Listen Now "18: A Conversation with Author Ken Liu (The Grace of Kings)"