Author Owen King talks to Sean Tuohy about what inspired his novel Double Feature, collaborating with Stephen King on Sleeping Beauties, the value of writing workshops, and what he has planned next.
Screenwriter and filmmaker Ed Gass-Donnelly—whose credits include “Beautiful City,” “Small Town Murder Songs,” and the recently released “Lavender”—talks to Sean Tuohy about his directing style, how “Lavender” evolved from the page to the screen, and the future of filmmaking and viewership.
To learn more about Ed Gass-Donnelly, follow him on Twitter @realedgd. Also be sure to check out the trailer for “Lavender,” and then go watch the movie (starring Abbie Cornish, Dermot Mulroney, and Justin Long)!
We compiled 15 of the podcasts you loved in 2016 based on downloads and social media buzz. Feel free to share any other favorites you have from the past year in the comments section, on our Facebook page, or on Twitter @WritersBone.
Brookline Booksmith Presents Joe Hill, Kat Howard, Thomas Olde Heuvelt, and Paul Tremblay
Filmmaker Lexi Alexander
Producer and Screenwriter Scott Mosier
Long Beach Homicide Series Author Tyler Dilts
'Quarry' Creators Michael Fuller and Graham Gordy
Screenwriter Randi Mayem Singer
Pulitzer Prize-Winning Author Richard Russo
Country Music Artist and Author Kasey Lansdale
This Side of Providence Author Rachel Harper
Author Nicole Blades
‘Star Trek Beyond’ Screenwriter Doug Jung
Remembering Michelle McNamara
Author Kristopher Jansma
Author and Screenwriter Phoef Sutton
Author Jay Atkinson
Welcome back to a smoky, feverish, soon-to-be a bonfire episode of the Writer’s Bone podcast. Today’s guest is Joe Hill, the kazoo-playin’ horror raconteur responsible for such tales as Heart-Shaped Box, Horns, and The Fireman. Hill talks to Sean Tuohy about how he wanted to explore a different kind of female strength with The Fireman’s heroine Harper Grayson, being more comfortable in his own skin as an author, and, of course, pop culture.
To learn more about Joe Hill, visit his official website, like his Facebook page, or follow him on Twitter @joe_hill. You can also listen to our mega pod live from Brookline Booksmith that featured Hill, and read our first interview with the author back in July 2015.
Kat Howard, author of Roses and Rot, talks to Sean Tuohy about getting bit by “a radioactive fairy tale,” her writing process, and what inspired her debut novel.
Horror authors Joe Hill, Kat Howard, Thomas Olde Heuvelt, and Paul Tremblay talk to Daniel Ford and Sean Tuohy before their recent appearance at Brookline Booksmith in Brookline, Mass.
The panel discusses how they got into storytelling, why they decided to dive into the horror genre, and what inspired their recent novels.
Jason Krawczyk, screenwriter and director, talks to Sean Tuohy about how he got into screenwriting (Jon Lovitz’s “The Critic” plays a role), his directing style, meeting Henry Rollins for the first time, and the inspiration behind his recent movie “He Never Died.”
Watch the "He Never Died" trailer and then buy the movie on iTunes!
Sean Tuohy and Daniel Ford discuss revising their work, writing out of their comfort zones, and the differences between getting a screenplay noticed and landing a literary agent/publisher. Then, author Kevin P. Keating drops by to talk about his novel The Captive Condition.
Daniel Ford and Sean Tuohy discuss Stephen King’s The Shining and Stanley Kubrick’s interpretation of the novel. The guys also talk about their love of King’s characters and writing style and their favorite books by the New England-based writer.
Award-winning horror author Brian Keene knows a thing or two about zombies, the undead, and dark fantasy. These are things therapists have mentioned after the words “Sean Tuohy” for years (even while sick, Daniel Ford can’t resist a crack at Sean’s expense). Sean went Han Solo and talked to Keene about his writing career and how he’s influenced zombie pop culture.