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  • Brought to you by author and publishing rockstar Georgie Codd, with author and broadcaster Emma Byrne, NonFicPod is your home for the latest nonfiction must-reads, with insightful interviews featuring outstanding authors. Get bonus content on Patreon

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  • Mar 31 2022

    Karen Beddow is an entrepreneur, traveller, parent, and author. Frustrated by the lack of great travel books for children she began her own series, Extraordinary Travellers, to helo kids uncover the magic of exploring another country.


    In this epsiode we talk putting up tents in the rain, the false dichotomy between fiction and nonfiction and the journey to publication.


    Karen is bringing the Extraordinary Travellers and their adventures to Wild Words Festival - book now with 10% off with the code NonFicPod.


    Order the books - and get travel inspiration - at minitravellers.co.uk

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    22 mins
  • Mar 17 2022

    Today on Nonfic pod we’re talking about how words get good - and if you enjoy a good word, you’ll love wild words festival. From the 3rd-5th June in Cuffley, hertfordshire. A brand new celebration of the written and spoken word for avid writers and readers alike. Get 10 % off with the code NonFicPod


    Rebecca Lee is an editorial manager at Penguin Random House. She's spent twenty years managing hundreds of high-profile books from delivery of manuscript to finished copies, signing off millions of words as fit to go to print with only the occasional regret.


    The transcript of this episode is available here


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    32 mins
  • Feb 24 2022

    The Unusual Suspect reads like a thriller, with a complex protagonist who just happens to be a real human being. Stephen Jackley was deeply affected by the poverty and inequality he saw in the world. There was only one thing he could think of to do. Rob a bank.


    To tell us about Stephen Jackley is Ben Machell. Ben is a feature writer for The Times and The Times Magazine and a contributor to publications including VICE and Esquire. He has been shortlisted for Feature Writer of the Year at the British Press Awards.


    The transcript can be found here


    We're proud to be supporting Wild Words Festival - a brand new literary festival for the whole family. Find out more at wildwordsfest.com and get 10% off with the code NonFicPod.


    Wild Words Fest is for everyone who enjoys the written or spoken word with performances, panels, workshops, and author talks. If Hay Festival is the Fortnum and Mason of literary festivals then Wild Words is your local farmers’ market. Book now for the best prices!


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    39 mins

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