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Listener Roundup 2: Writer Humility, Accepting When It’s No Good, and Always Learning
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Listener Roundup 2: Writer Humility, Accepting When It’s No Good, and Always Learning

with Patricia Manuel Go, Erica Ferencik, and Alison Langley
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Today, another special bonus episode of our “Listener’s Roundup” with Alison Langley, Patricia Manuel Go, and Erica Ferencik. The Listener’s Roundup is when we get to hear from some of our listeners about they’ve learned from the past few episodes, what ideas they consider the most important, what questions or confusions they have, and their own advice and/or experience in dealing with the same issues in their writing. 

By the way, we still have a couple more open spots for YOU to take part in a listener’s roundup. If you’re interested, email me at 7amnovelist@substack.com.

So today, we’ve got listeners Alison Langley, Patricia Manuel Go, and Erica Ferencik with us.

Watch a recording here. This audio/video version (unedited) is available for one week. Missed it? Check out the podcast version above or on your favorite podcast platform.

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Patricia Manuel Go is the author of a short story, “Pig,” which was published in the US in the anthology Growing up Filipino 3 (2022)—she has since turned it into a novel with much help from GrubStreet, especially her mentor, Henriette Lazaridis. 

As a foreign correspondent, Alison Langley freelanced for The Wall Street Journal Europe in Budapest from 1990-94. That experience forms the backdrop of her first novel, Budapest Noir: Ilona Gets A Phone, published by Dedalus Books, UK.

Erica Ferencik is the author of the critically acclaimed, bestselling novels, The River at Night and Into the Jungle. Film rights for her latest release, Girl in Ice, have been optioned by Netflix.

Photo by Alexander Grey on Unsplash 

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