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The Liars Club Oddcast

A bunch of people who make stuff up for a living, interviewing other people who make stuff up for a living. All while drinking beer and wine in the middle of the day. What could possibly go wrong? Join us for a lively round of lies and exaggerations featuring everyone from NY Times Bestselling authors to National Book Award finalists to debut novelists, screenwriters, actors and more. Hosted by The Liars Club. Sorry, not responsible for the truthiness of any content, because, Liars. Pants currently on fire. Ouch.

May 30, 2019

A special live authors' roundtable is driven by questions from publishing execs and writers -- about idea theft, the dangers of creating characters from real people, the perils of writing near-future sci-fi, and more! Recorded live at the Towne Book Center and Wine Bar. Legendary children's book author Judy Schachner...


May 24, 2019

Award winning NY Times Best Selling children's book author and illustrator Judy Schachner offers a lively look at her unique writing process, her love of animals as characters and the challenges of starting a new series. Recorded live at Towne Book Center & Wine Bar with Oddcast cohosts Kelly Simmons, Jon McGoran,...


May 16, 2019

Award-winning fantasy author Anna Kashina discusses her Majat Code novels, her latest book, SHADOWBLADE, and reveals how being a competitive ballroom dancer and a scientist can help with your writing. She joins Oddcast cohosts Gregory Frost, Merry Jones, Jon McGoran, Kelly Simmons, and Keith...


May 9, 2019

Emmy nominated screenwriter/director Tim Kirkman talks about the screenwriting techniques he teaches at USC and UCLA, his new Amazon Prime film Lazy Eye, and what it was like to work at Miramax. With Oddcast regulars Jon McGoran, Keith Strunk, Merry Jones, and Gregory...


May 2, 2019

Time for another spirited authors' roundtable, with writing tips for crafting sex and violence scenes. it's an opportunity to either insightfully reveal characters at their most vulnerable, or spew out dialogue and action so clumsily written they reduce the story to laughable shtick. An honest discussion on when to...