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Ep 77 – Dust off the Rust - It’s been too long! But we’re back with a new episode and some new cast members. Check in on where we’ve been and what we’ve been up to. Come meet Kiri, our new co-host, as we talk to her about her experiences in writing and ed

Tue 3 Jul 2018 - 18:16

It’s been too long! But we’re back with a new episode and some new cast members. Check in on where we’ve been and what we’ve been up to. Come meet Kiri, our new co-host, as we talk to her about her experiences in writing and editing.

If you’re going to AnthroCon 2018, both Kiri and Ocean will be there to say hi. Also check out Claw and Tales from the Guild: World Tour, new books coming out at AC from FurPlanet.

Ep 77 – Dust off the Rust - It’s been too long! But we’re back with a new episode and some new cast members. Check in on where we’ve been and what we’ve been up to. Come meet Kiri, our new co-host, as we talk to her about her experiences in writing and editing.
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Ep 76 – Post-RAWR - Ever wondered if you should attend a writing retreat? What happens there? What will I achieve by attending? Welcome to a part two of where we try to answer those questions and more! Ocean flew off to RAWR 2017 and recorded two podcasts

Mon 11 Sep 2017 - 10:59

Ever wondered if you should attend a writing retreat? What happens there? What will I achieve by attending? Welcome to a part two of where we try to answer those questions and more!

Ocean flew off to RAWR 2017 and recorded two podcasts while there. It’s now the last night before everyone heads home. The retreat is almost over. The frantic writing, critiquing and comradery is coming to an end, so Ocean sits down to discuss the amazing experience with the other attendees: Buni, NightEyes, Ryft, Otter and TJ. They talk about what it was like, what they learned, and what this retreat did for them.

Currently applications are open for RAWR 2017
If you are interested in RAWR, find out more and apply at: http://www.rawr.community/
Or follow them on twitter at: @RAWRWorkshop

Find the other attendees at:
Buni
@TJMinde 
@Ryft_Sarri
NightEyes
@runningotter

Ep 76 – Post-RAWR - Ever wondered if you should attend a writing retreat? What happens there? What will I achieve by attending? Welcome to a part two of where we try to answer those questions and more! Ocean flew off to RAWR 2017 and recorded two podcasts while there.
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Ep 75 – Pre-RAWR - Ever wondered if you should attend a writing retreat? What happens there? What will I achieve by attending? Welcome to a part one of a two part special where we try to answer those questions and more! Ocean flew off to RAWR 2017 and rec

Tue 15 Aug 2017 - 20:59

Ever wondered if you should attend a writing retreat? What happens there? What will I achieve by attending? Welcome to a part one of a two part special where we try to answer those questions and more!

Ocean flew off to RAWR 2017 and recorded two podcasts while there. It’s the night before everything starts, everyone has arrived for the week long retreat and Ocean sits down to discuss the busy time ahead with the other attendees: Buni, NightEyes, Ryft, Otter and TJ. They talk about why they’re here and what they’re looking forward to gaining from this retreat.

Currently applications are open for RAWR 2017
If you are interested in RAWR, find out more and apply at: http://www.rawr.community/
Or follow them on twitter at: @RAWRWorkshop

Find the other attendees at:
Buni
@TJMinde 
@Ryft_Sarri
NightEyes
@runningotter

Stay tuned for next episode when we meet back up at the end of the retreat to talk about how it went and our experiences.

Ep 75 – Pre-RAWR - Ever wondered if you should attend a writing retreat? What happens there? What will I achieve by attending? Welcome to a part one of a two part special where we try to answer those questions and more! Ocean flew off to RAWR 2017 and recorded two podcas...
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Ep 72 – Fur For All - How much does species have to matter to make a story furry? Does each story require an origin tale to explain why anthropomorphic animals are walking around? Or can we just have walking talking animals for no reason at all?

Wed 5 Jul 2017 - 16:30

How much does species have to matter to make a story furry? Does each story require an origin tale to explain why anthropomorphic animals are walking around? Or can we just have walking talking animals for no reason at all? We discuss our origins that pushed us into furry, what that means for furry for all, and if there’s a line drawn between zipperbacks and true anthros for stories.

Original Air Date: December 16, 2016

Ep 72 – Fur For All - How much does species have to matter to make a story furry? Does each story require an origin tale to explain why anthropomorphic animals are walking around? Or can we just have walking talking animals for no reason at all?
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Ep 71 – Furry Writer’s Guild - Want to know what your fellow authors do when they’re not writing their next best-selling book? Then come by the Furry Writer’s Guild! Fangs and Fonts tackle the topic of the Furry Writer’s Guild, why you should join,

Wed 5 Jul 2017 - 16:28

Want to know what your fellow authors do when they’re not writing their next best-selling book? Then come by the Furry Writer’s Guild! Fangs and Fonts tackle the topic of the Furry Writer’s Guild, why you should join, and how you can use it to get in touch with your inner author/editor/whatever.

FWG main site link: Furry Writers’ Guild

Original Air Date: November 1, 2016

Ep 71 – Furry Writer’s Guild - Want to know what your fellow authors do when they’re not writing their next best-selling book? Then come by the Furry Writer’s Guild! Fangs and Fonts tackle the topic of the Furry Writer’s Guild, why you should join,
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Ep 70 – Twenty-Five Erotic Cliches - Lead Heat editor, Dark End, recently ranted about his latest slushpile, coming up with a list of twenty-five erotic cliches he sees too often in submissions. We go through each of them and discuss their validity,

Wed 5 Jul 2017 - 16:27

Lead Heat editor, Dark End, recently ranted about his latest slushpile, coming up with a list of twenty-five erotic cliches he sees too often in submissions. We go through each of them and discuss their validity, the core of them and how to avoid them. All while having fun doing it!

Check out the list here: https://storify.com/KyellGold/dark-end-s-tips-for-erotic-stories

Original Air Date: October 8, 2016

Ep 70 – Twenty-Five Erotic Cliches - Lead Heat editor, Dark End, recently ranted about his latest slushpile, coming up with a list of twenty-five erotic cliches he sees too often in submissions. We go through each of them and discuss their validity,
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Ep 68 – ACSWS - Ocean runs off to AC 2016 and ends the con in a hotel room sitting around with other authors, editors and publishers. The gloves are off, the drinks are out and we’re ready to unwind and shoot the breeze. As usual,

Wed 5 Jul 2017 - 16:24

Ocean runs off to AC 2016 and ends the con in a hotel room sitting around with other authors, editors and publishers. The gloves are off, the drinks are out and we’re ready to unwind and shoot the breeze. As usual, there’s an explicit advisory warning with our SWS shows. Otherwise, enjoy!

Original Air Date: August 1, 2016

Ep 68 – ACSWS - Ocean runs off to AC 2016 and ends the con in a hotel room sitting around with other authors, editors and publishers. The gloves are off, the drinks are out and we’re ready to unwind and shoot the breeze. As usual,
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Ep 64 – Technically Correct - Characters, plots and themes are all important but all require glue to put them together. We discuss that glue which is known as the aspects of writing technically well: sentence and paragraph structure, grammar, word choice,

Wed 5 Jul 2017 - 16:16

Characters, plots and themes are all important but all require glue to put them together. We discuss that glue which is known as the aspects of writing technically well: sentence and paragraph structure, grammar, word choice, punctuation, etc. How can you learn to write technically well and how will it help your stories? To help tackle this topic we bring on Sofawolf editor, Fugue, to sit down with us and discuss.

Fugue’s editing can be found in various works sold through Sofawolf Press

Original Air Date: May 2, 2016

Ep 64 – Technically Correct - Characters, plots and themes are all important but all require glue to put them together. We discuss that glue which is known as the aspects of writing technically well: sentence and paragraph structure, grammar, word choice, punctuation, etc.
Categories: Podcasts