Interview w/Author Christine Sneed in Iowa House


cwmomTaped at the Iowa Writers’ House in Iowa City, this Fail Safe episode features author Christine Sneed in conversation with host Rachel Yoder about writing for a living, short story versus novel writing, & coping with social media.

Want to hear what it’s like to be a writer who wants to write books that sell, but find her life is so busy (children/teaching/family) she can hardly find time to write? Christine Sneed tells that story. GO

The Fail Safe podcast explores how today’s most successful writers grapple with and learn from creative failure. From the blank page to the broken sentence, we examine the many challenges and pitfalls of the literary life and discover how authors transform false starts, dead ends, and assorted blunders into works of literary genius. Produced collaboratively by draft: the journal of process and The Iowa Writers’ House, The Fail Safe provides encouragement for anyone who’s ever wanted to write and pulls back the curtain on the creative process for a behind-the-scenes glimpse of the writer-at-work.

Author: iowagerry

Retired gentleman living with his wife and yellow lab in central Iowa. Charter member of Iowa Partners in Learning and the Ankeny Writers Workshop.

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