StoryWonk Daily 179: Jane Friedman

Today on StoryWonk Daily, we interview Jane Friedman, one of the foremost authorities on the future of media and publishing.

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5 Comments

  1. Listening now – love Jane Friedman’s advice/articles!

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    • She is fabulous, isn’t she? :)

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  2. Always seems to be on the mark…..paralleling my thoughts…..a kindred spirit who understands our ups and downs and growth in perfecting our field.

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  3. Excellent interview! I’m currently trying to find that sweet spot between writing and marketing. I really appreciate Jane’s discussion of the natural discomfort many of us feel as we work our way up the learning curve.

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  4. What a fabulous interview. So insightful, and the questions you guys asked were great. I especially liked the comment about finding what works for you in social media and that you don’t HAVE to do everything. Twitter is something I don’t connect with. Facebook is my new love. In fact I can’t imagine why I resisted for so long. : )

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