Hear about the purposes of podcasts, learn how to plan and program a series of episodes and how to write a script. Tackle some practical questions about recording, editing and delivering your podcast to listeners anywhere in the world.
You will learn
- what podcasts are and why they are popular with writers and readers
- how to create a plan for your podcast
- how to script a podcast or prepare an interview
- key concepts in producing audio
- about basic recording equipment and processes
This workshop develops employment-related skills.
About Kelly Gardiner
Kelly Gardiner’s novels include ‘Act of Faith’ and ‘The Sultan’s Eyes’, both of which were shortlisted for the NSW Premier’s Literary Awards, and ‘Goddess’. Her next book, ‘1917’, is out in February. Kelly teaches creative writing at La Trobe University and her work has appeared in publications including ‘The New York Times’, ‘Marie Claire’ and ‘New Idea’. She is the co-host of ‘Unladylike’, a podcast on women and writing.
On this website, you can also read our interview with Kelly about research, social media and self-discipline.
Read more about our Summer School workshops:
Summer School: Environmental Non-Fiction, 12 January
Summer School: Writing Romance, 13 January
Summer School: Writing TV Drama, 14 January
Summer School: Creating an Author Platform, 15 January
Summer School: Writing and Your Body, 16 January
Summer School: Writing the end of the world, 17 January
Summer School: Intro to Memoir, 18 January
Summer School: Fictive Expressions, 19 January
Summer School: The Ethics of Using Real Stories in Fiction, 20 January
Summer School: Insight into Editing, 21 January
Summer School: Your Digital Publishing Options, 23 January
Summer School: The Big Picture: children's books with a social conscience, 24 January
Summer School: Poetry: The Foundations, 25 January
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