Coffee, Tea or Something Stronger?
Writers on writing and the writing life
Clare Lynch chats to Simon Philips, who advises professional services firms on producing thought leadership. Simon talked about what good thought leadership looks like – and how a copywriter can position herself to work in this high-quality niche.
Clare Lynch talks to Alan Barker, a speechwriter and trainer of other speechwriters. Alan reveals the elements that make a great speech – from capturing the speaker’s unique voice to structuring your speech for maximum impact.
In this episode of Coffee, Tea or Something Stronger?, Clare Lynch talks to internal comms consultant Teresa North about how writers can help companies communicate better with their employees.
Clare Lynch talks to Katy Evans-Bush, a poet, blogger, essayist and copywriter, about finding your voice as a poet – and why even corporate communicators can benefit from reading and writing poetry.
Clare Lynch talks to English language expert Jeanne McCarten about using language databases to ease the writing process.
Clare Lynch talks to Shannon Munro Denny, who’s carved out a freelance career writing for tech firms - around her passion for surfing. Shannon shares her tips for delighting your clients – while living the dream of sea, sand and surfing.
Trailer for Coffee, Tea or Something Stronger?, the podcast in which Clare Lynch interviews her fellow writers about their lives and work.
Clare Lynch talks to poet Martin Bewick and artist Ella Johnston, founders of an independent publishing company specialising in intelligent, beautifully produced books of poetry and prose.
Clare Lynch talks to Dr Karen Ottewell of the University of Cambridge about the particular challenges of writing for an academic audience.
Clare Lynch Skypes top freelance copywriter Tom Albrighton to talk about the challenges and rewards of B2B copywriting.
Clare Lynch talks to author Rosie Fiore (aka Cass Hunter) about giving up the day job to write fiction full time. It’s what every aspiring novelist dreams of. But, as Rosie reveals – reality doesn’t always live up to the dream…
Clare Lynch discusses grammar and writing with Professor Mike McCarthy. Mike shares his view of grammar as a tool to get your point across - rather than a set of strict rules designed to constrain you.