Learn Pod-casting for Writers
- Starts May 13Starts May 13
- 75 US dollars$75
As the world of podcasting continues to get bigger and bigger, it has become more and more essential for writers looking to promote themselves and their work. Whether you’re curious about the ins and outs of being a guest or everything you need to know to start your own podcast, this class takes you behind the scenes with former San Francisco Writers Conference Program Podcast Director and Host Matthew Félix. Matthew shares what he and other hosts look for in guests, dispels the myth that producing a podcast requires advanced technical expertise and cost-prohibitive equipment, and will even produce a start-to-finish example podcast episode in the session. Matthew demystifies podcasting and shows you how and why you can—and should—leverage this dynamic, expanding medium to build and boost your author platform. Instructor bio: Matthew Félix is an author and producer and host of multiple podcasts, including two based on his books, his eponymous Matthew Félix on Air, and the San Francisco Writers Conference Podcast. Matthew has also been on the other side of the mic, as interviewee on podcasts, nationally syndicated radio shows, and web series. The BookLife Prize called Matthew's debut novel, A Voice Beyond Reason, “(a) highly crafted gem;” his travel collection, With Open Arms, has topped Amazon's Morocco category four times; and his latest book, Porcelain Travels, won Gold for Humor in the Readers’ Favorite Awards.
Because class size is limited, refunds are not given unless we can fill your spot.