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Nonfiction authors share compelling true stories & books with great ideas for living well. In addition to discussing captivating biographies & memoirs, these writers promote business & entrepreneurship, foster community-building, encourage health & wellness, strengthen home & family, and nurture personal development. Regardless of the genre, all the books we feature are insightful, inspiring, and uplifting. In the end, we save you time by curating long-standing classics, sleepers, and new re ...
 
The Creative Nonfiction Podcast with Brendan O'Meara is a weekly podcast that showcases leaders in narrative journalism, essay, memoir, documentary film, and radio. Brendan teases out the origins, habits, routines, and tactics these masters—Pulitzer Prize winners, New York Times bestsellers—use so that listeners can apply those tools to their own work.
 
If you love documentary films, hear from the top storytellers on Pure Nonfiction. Host Thom Powers is well-connected in this world as a documentary curator for the Toronto International Film Festival, DOC NYC, and SundanceNow Doc Club. He leads conversations that are frank, funny and revealing. Listen to interviews with Oscar-winning filmmakers Barbara Kopple, Alex Gibney, and Roger Ross Williams; as well as the directors of “Making a Murderer,” “Weiner” and “OJ: Made in America.” Often the ...
 
Eighteen short nonfiction works in the public domain, independently chosen by the readers. Topics include how to swim, Navajo silversmithing, the sun, begonias and ferns, Martin Luther, U.S. Presidents Eisenhower and Nixon, Captain Cook's exploration of Botany Bay, General James Wolfe, and Moravian missionaries in Labrador. (summary by Sue Anderson)
 
Eighteen short nonfiction works in the public domain, independently chosen by the readers. Topics include the 1906 San Francisco Earthquake, blow-pipe weapons, Oriental china; impressions of America by Enrico Caruso, Oscar Wilde, and Charles W. Eliot; Abraham Lincoln, Frederick Douglass; film directors Ernst Lubitsch and King Vidor; architect Louis Sullivan; Roe vs. Wade, women's rights; microphobia, the Boy Scouts, Kentucky's blue-grass region, and wintry weather. (Summary by Sue Anderson)
 
Eighteen short nonfiction works in the public domain, independently chosen by the readers. Topics include the discovery of X-rays, earthquakes, Hegel, Sir William Osler, Charles William Eliot, Oscar Wilde, Charles Sumner, Monica Lewinsky, and Anita Loos; the Lincoln highway, joys of gardening, goldfish, skunk raising, and the cultivation of tobacco. "Earthquakes" was co-authored by Louis Pakiser. (summary by Sue Anderson)
 
Fifteen short nonfiction works in the public domain, independently chosen by the readers. Topics include the history of aeroplanes, political speeches, travel, philosophy, Japan, the United Nations, Congressional law, rules of cricket and more. (Summary by Sue Anderson)Note: "On the Part Played by Accident in Discovery" by Ernst Mach was translated by Thomas J. McCormack.
 
Eighteen short nonfiction works in the public domain, independently chosen by the readers. Topics include bedside books, South African cookery, Bryce canyon, Wilhelm Stekel's psychology, the Theologia Germanica, Paracelsus, John Donne, Cotton Mather, Julia Smith's translation of the Bible, Zen Buddhism, American immigrants, slavery, Joseph Crosby Lincoln, Oscar Wilde, Albert Einstein, and cats."Cats and Their Care" was edited by Liberty Hyde Bailey. "Looking Backward" was translated by Samue ...
 
Eighteen short nonfiction works in the public domain, independently chosen by the readers. Topics include philosophy and thought -- Plato, Aristotle, Leonhard Euler, Henri Amiel, and the French Rights of Man; adventure and mystery -- the ascent of Aconcagua and the mystery ship Mary Celeste; science -- a new comet and lichen dyes; portraits of the seasons by Lucy Maud Montgomery: biographies of Charles Dickens and Clara and Robert Schuman; a history of the Transcendental utopia Fruitlands by ...
 
A collection of eleven short nonfiction works in the public domain. The items included in this collection were independently selected by the readers, and the topics encompass history, conservation, philosophy, politics, religion and cooking. Included in this collection are Thomas Jefferson's first Inaugural Address, "Secession" by Alexander H. Stephens, "Of Truth" and the preface to "The New Organon, or True Directions Concerning the Interpretation of Nature" by Francis Bacon, John Donne's l ...
 
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Mike's Always Right—hosted by Mike Eiman—is high in fiber, and jam packed with inane ramblings about fiction writing, self-publishing, marketing, coffee and whatever else happens to strike Mike's fancy.
 
A collection of ten short nonfiction works in the public domain. The essays, speeches, news items and reports included in this collection were independently selected by the readers, and the topics encompass history, politics, philosophy, nature and religion. Included in this collection are “The Emanicpation Proclamation” and Second Inaugural Address of Abraham Lincoln, “Prinicpal Doctrines” by Epicurus, “Fox and Hound” and the preface to “The Breath of Life” both by John Burroughs, “The Went ...
 
This BLOG Podcast will be a collection of the audio format of the non-fiction multi-genre, blog posts from https://www.awerefirstpublishing.com/blog/. Going forward, I hope to have more exclusive content and interviews as I 'grow and learn' on my self-publishing journey. I do hope you enjoy listening to my BLOG PODCAST...let the listening begin. If you enjoy this podcast, would you please consider leaving a short review on Apple Podcasts/iTunes (or wherever you have listened to this podcast) ...
 
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As we near the end of three (!) full years of NONFICTION BRAND podcast episodes, host DP Knudten previews what he’s working on now: an audiobook version of this podcast’s dead-tree relative NONFICTION BRAND—Discover, craft and communicate the 'completely true / completely you' brand you already are. Learn more about and connect with DP at dpknudten…
 
Alison Herman (@aherman2006) is a critic for The Ringer. Her piece on David Gelb, Jiro Dreams of Sushi, and the Chef's Table industrial complex prompted this great conversation. Social media: @CNFPod Support: Patreon.com/cnfpod Show notes/links: brendanomeara.com由Brendan O'Meara
 
Allison K. Summers, creator of the Disruptive CEO podcast joins host DP Knudten for more about the challenge/opportunity of “…meeting people in their paths of new behaviors” in our post-pandemic world. Learn more about and connect with Allison at allisonksummers.com and disruptiveceonation.com ++++++ The NONFICTION BRAND podcast is hosted by DP Knu…
 
Today’s episode with poet Douglas Kearney is about his latest book of poetry Sho, and the poetry-performance album (with Haitian sound artist Val Jeanty) Fodder. Throughout Kearney’s career he has engaged with the tension between the stage and the page, the eye and the ear, the word and the body, all as a means to explore the contradictions of bein…
 
Nonfiction Friends is an educational, library-based podcast that seeks to help the public learn interesting, quirky, and sometimes bizarre facts that can be found in the nonfiction section of their local library. This episode, Josh and Rebecca's last, is a trip down memory lane as they reflect on being your Nonfiction Friends for the last three yea…
 
Suzanne Roberts (@suzanneroberts28) is the author of Bad Tourist: Misadventures in Love and Travel (University of Nebraska Press, 2020). Suzanne talks about: Big wins Writing in community The Wordy Girls Rejection clubs And how not to sound like a douchebag when talking about travel Support for the show: West Virginia Wesleyan College's MFA in Crea…
 
International connection and networking expert Allison K, Summers joins host DP Knudten for a tip-filled conversation about the value of building long-term relationships instead of focusing on one-time transactions. Learn more about and connect with Allison at allisonksummers.com and disruptiveceonation.com ++++++ The NONFICTION BRAND podcast is ho…
 
Kristen Radtke (@kristenradtke on Twitter, @kristenradtke_ on IG) is the author of Seek You: A Journey Through American Loneliness. Social media: @CNFPod on Twitter. Support: Patreon.com/cnfpod Thanks to sponsors West Virginia Wesleyan College's MFA in Creative Writing and HippoCamp 2021. Show notes: brendanomeara.com…
 
SUMMARY Mother of presumably the most musical family in the world, Kadiatu Kanneh-Mason, in her breakout memoir “HOUSE OF MUSIC,” opens up about what it takes to create a musical family in a Britain divided by class and race. Kadiatu describes the difficulties of navigating the professional world of classical music while raising seven extremely gif…
 
Trust Insights’ Katie Robbert is back with host DP Knudten for more about how AI is not to be feared, but embraced by humans who can speak its language and still lean into being 100% carbon-based. She also assuaged one dad’s concerns about college majors that are more Liberal Arts-oriented than STEM-specific. Learn more about and connect with Katie…
 
Ariel Ramchandani (@arielramch) and Seyward Darby (@seywarddarby) stop by the show to talk about "No Place Like Home," the podcast they're producing with The Atavist Magazine and Cadence 13. It tells the story of the stolen ruby slippers. Social Media:@CNFPod Support: patreon.com/cnfpod Show notes: brendanomeara.com…
 
Arthur Sze, winner of the 2019 National Book Award in Poetry for Sight Lines, joins David Naimon to discuss his latest book, The Glass Constellation: New and Collected Poems. Together they step back to take in a half century of Arthur’s work, not only how it has changed and why, tracking the growth of a poet and person across time, but also what an…
 
AI-adjacent human/tech interface expert (and Genius™ wrangler) Katie Robbert joins host DP Knudten for a ‘tell me it isn’t SkyNet’ conversation about artificial intelligence and how she’s leaning into her humanity and creating a personal brand in a space where many think personal branding does not compute. Learn more about and connect with Katie at…
 
Rachel Monroe (@rachmonroe) is a freelance journalist whose work appears in The New Yorker, The Atlantic, and The Oxford American. Keep the conversation going @CNFPod and consider supporting the show by visiting the Patreon page: patreon.com/cnfpod. Show notes at brendanomeara.com.由Brendan O'Meara
 
SUMMARY In his memoir ONE BY ONE BY ONE, Dr. Aaron Berkowitz traces his journey as a young doctor grappling to bridge the gap between one of the world’s richest countries and one of the world’s poorest. On assignment in Haiti with Partners in Health, he meets Janel, a 23-year-old man with the largest brain tumor he or any of his colleagues at Harva…
 
Nonfiction Friends is an educational, library-based podcast that seeks to help the public learn interesting, quirky, and sometimes bizarre facts that can be found in the nonfiction section of their local library. This week, Josh and Rebecca are taking you to the beach and discussing different Florida beaches.Check us out online:http://www.osceolali…
 
BSquared Media’s Brooke Sellas brings her mega-watt energy—and galactic-brain insight—to this “second half” conversation with host DP Knudten about the need for both left- and right-brain thinking in any balanced marketing campaign, or successful business. Learn more about and connect with Brooke at www.bsquared.media ++++++ The NONFICTION BRAND po…
 
Fran Lebowitz is one of New York’s great conversationalists. Martin Scorsese's new Netflix series “Pretend It’s a City” lets her talk at length about her five decades of living in New York City. Pure Nonfiction host Thom Powers interviews Lebowitz about working with Scorsese and her long friendship with Toni Morrison to whom the series is dedicated…
 
Today’s guest, Irish Canadian writer Anakana Schofield, joins us to talk about her latest novel, Bina, winner of the Kerry Group Irish Novel of the Year. Bina was also shortlisted for the 2020 Goldsmith Prize, awarded to fiction that pushes the boundaries of form (in the spirit of Walter Benjamin who said “All great works of literature either disso…
 
Nonfiction Friends is an educational, library-based podcast that seeks to help the public learn interesting, quirky, and sometimes bizarre facts that can be found in the nonfiction section of their local library. In this episode, Josh and Rebecca are giving you tips and pointers for doing well at that next job interview!Check us out online:http://w…
 
The dynamically charming Brooke Sellas joins host DP Knudten for an in-depth conversation about her ‘think conversation, not campaign’ philosophy of marketing with some ‘violently in agreement’ digressions into dogs, shoes, and why they both have problems with ‘sales first’ strategies. Learn more about and connect with Brooke at www.bsquared.media …
 
"I. Will. Write. This. Book. There's no turning back," says Bob Welch, author of Saving My Enemy, and two dozen other books. We dig into the writing process and the passion and desperation that drives him. Support for The Creative Nonfiction Podcast is provided by: West Virginia Wesleyan College's MFA in Creative Writing and HippoCamp21 (CNFPod21 t…
 
Nonfiction Friends is an educational, library-based podcast that seeks to help the public learn interesting, quirky, and sometimes bizarre facts that can be found in the nonfiction section of their local library. This week, Josh and Rebecca are celebrating Pride Month and discussing the meanings behind some of the iconic flags.Check us out online:h…
 
Documentary editor Lewis Erskine died last week at age 64. He was cherished by colleagues as a storyteller and a teacher. His Twitter handle was @editorsavant and his credits include Miles Davis: Birth of the Cool, Freedom Riders and Jackie Robinson. In the days after his death, Pure Nonfiction host Thom Powers spoke to three of Lewis' colleagues. …
 
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