Writing and Breathingis creating a podcast about why, how, and what we write
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I'm Antony Johnston, a New York Times bestselling author and creator of Atomic Blonde, The Exphoria Code, Wasteland, The Fuse, and more. I write fiction, non-fiction, graphic novels, screenplays, video games, short stories... the list is long.
I've been a professional writer for more than 20 years, and have a reputation as a process nerd. I love digging into the nuts and bolts of writing, the hows and whys of what we do when we tell stories.
That's what Writing and Breathing is all about.
Each episode, I talk to a guest writer about our motivations and processes, how we build up and break down stories, swap tips on making notes or daily routines… from agents to editors, from outlines to revisions, and everything in between.
Recording, editing, and publishing W&B costs time and money, and that's where Patreon comes in — so you can help support the show and keep it running. If you pledge $4 or more per month, you'll get to hear every episode before it's released to the general public; and if you pledge $8 or more you'll also get to submit questions and listen to Patron-excIusive Q&A episodes.
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