What is Ink and Sage? Ink and Sage is a tiny podcast for writers - emphasis on the tiny. I don’t plan on having any episodes longer than 10 minutes because I don’t want to keep anyone out of their writing for too long. My goal is to become a better writer by learning what … Continue reading The Important Bits (FAQs)
You’re listening to Ink and Sage, a tiny podcast for writers. Learning to be a better writer by reading and reacting to first paragraphs. My name is Sage, let’s get into the Ink. Hi folks. This is episode 6. I hope you’re staying home and staying safe. I’ve seen some really worrying things happening in … Continue reading Episode 006: The Fruitful Heist & Renewal of Spirit
In my last post I announced that I would be trying to write 72 poems in a single day. I am pleased to tell you that I now have everything locked in for that including a project title and a cover mockup! I'll be streaming on my YouTube channel for some of the time - … Continue reading The Night of Rhyming Dangerously
From 08:00 SAST on Saturday, 4 April 2020, to 07:59 SAST on Sunday, 5 April 2020, I'm going to be trying to write at least 3 poems every hour. That's 72 poems at the end of the day...
You’re listening to Ink and Sage, a tiny podcast for writers. Learning to be a better writer by reading and reacting to first paragraphs. My name is Sage, let’s get into the Ink. Hi folks. I’m sorry this week’s episode is late, again. On Monday night the president announced that South Africa would be going … Continue reading Episode 005: A Chaotic Courtship & Spare
Hi folks, before we start the episode, I just have a little bit of housekeeping to take care of. First, I’m sorry that this episode is a couple of days late. I had a book launch, and then I was dealing with bureaucratic nonsense, and there have been a lot of changes for everyone because … Continue reading Episode 004: The Bridge & The Quantum Curators and the Faberge Egg
Last weekend was fairly hectic for me, so I'm only now catching up on the last Christian Indie Writers' Podcast prompt. Just in time to do tomorrow's, tomorrow! I wasn't feeling anything from the prompt (The night was...) for my ongoing Snow White story, so I broke with tradition and wrote a poem instead. But … Continue reading The Night Was