Podcasts for writers
in

Top 3 podcasts for writers

Who doesn’t love a good podcast? Whether you are listening in transit, blocking out the rest of the world on your lunch break, or looking for distraction while pottering about the house – there are endless choices of podcasts to listen to.

We’ve put together some of our favourite podcasts for writers that focus on practical tips and storytelling for editorial teams who want to submerge themselves further into the written word.

Podcasts for writers: Hot Copy Podcast
The Hot Copy Podcast, with hosts Kate Toon and Belinda Weaver.

For practical advice: Hot Copy Podcast 

Delivered by successful Australian copywriters Belinda Weaver and Kate Toon, the Hot Copy Podcast’s main focus is to help freelance copywriters with their craft and their businesses, but it is packed full of useful advice for publisher’s editorial and marketing teams too. Episodes are lighthearted and fun, and focus on different elements of web copy, SEO, writing resources, time management, and interviews. 

Listen to the Hot Copy Podcast here

Podcast for writers: Grammar Girl
The Grammar Girl Quick and Dirty Tips for Better Writing podcast.

For grammar nerds: Grammar Girl Quick and Dirty Tips for Better Writing 

Creator of Grammar Girl Mignon Fogarty delivers this podcast, which provides writing advice on punctuation, grammar, style and voice within episodes of 5 to 35 minutes in length. The podcast has been around for ages and is hugely popular, but also super nerdy, so best for only the most engaged members of your editorial team. 

Listen to the Grammar Girl Quick and Dirty Tips for Better Writing podcast here

Podcasts for writers: The Tip Off
The Tip Off podcast.

For storytelling: The Tip Off 

A great podcast for inciting passion for digging a little deeper to produce the most informative content, The Tip Off interviews investigative journalists about how they collected the facts for their best stories. The storytelling is gripping, and draws the listener in to feel like an accomplice. 

Listen to The Tip Off podcast here

What are your favourite podcasts for writers? Let us know in the comments below. 

Written by Lyndsie Clark

Niche Publishing Network Founder and Editor Lyndsie Clark has over 10 years of niche publishing experience, working in a variety of roles spanning B2B editorial, sales, operations, events, BD, and management.

Comments

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Loading…

0

Google Ads changes: the good and the bad

INQ-Crikey-team

Crikey invests in independent inquiry journalism; will it pay off?