The How, The Why is a half-hour podcast documenting the creative process and the creative purpose hosted by Jon-Barrett Ingels. This free weekly series is an educational resource provided to discuss the evolution of literary arts with industry innovators—authors, journalists, and publishers.
The 1888 Podcast Network is a curated collection of educational and entertaining podcasts. Each program is designed to provide a unique platform for industry innovators to share stories about art, literature, music, history, science, or technology.
Today our podcast connects with Ruta Sepetys, author of internationally acclaimed historical fiction novels such as Between Shades of Gray (Philomel Books) and Out of the Easy (Philomel Books), and the recent Carnegie Medal winning novel Salt to the Sea (Philomel Books).READ MORE
Today our podcast connects with Nate Ragolia, Co-Founder of Spaceboy Books, author of the novella There You Fee Free (1888) and the novel The Rectroactivist (Spaceboy), Editor-In-Chief of Boned: A Collection of Skeletal Writings, author of the webcomics The Illiterate Badger and The Right Corking Adventures of Cecil Larkbunting & Alastair Wakerobin, and Social Media Manager of 1888.READ MORE
Today our podcast connects with Jonathan Sun, author (under the pen name jomny sun) of the graphic book everyone’s a aliebn when ur a aliebn too (HarperPerennial); author behind the Twitter projects @jonnysun, @tinycarebot, and @tinydotblot; Ph.D. candidate and co-creator of The Online Humor Conversation Series at MIT; former editor-in-chief of the Yale School of Architecture journal, Retrospecta 36; playwright; architect; comedian; and artist.READ MORE
Today our podcast connects with Sarah Ladipo Manyika, author of novels such as Like a Mule Bringing Ice Cream to the Sun (Cassava Republic Press) and In Dependence (Legend Press), board member of Hedgebrook and the Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD), Juror of the California Book Awards, Patron of the Etisalat Prize for Literature, and host of OZY’s video series “Write.”READ MORE