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sah-neh-tote-um (Noun): A portmanteau combining the words “sonic” (sound) and “totum” (roughly Latin for “the whole thing”). Borrowed / adapted from the word “factotum” (one who does all kinds of work) to mean “audio on a variety of subjects.”

Sonitotum with Matthew Wayne Selznick

Sonitotum With Matthew Wayne Selznick is the podcast companion to Scribtotum, my blog. Sonitotum is dedicated to making stuff (mostly writing), finding success as we each define it, and staying healthy and sane in the process, all as seen through my own personal insights, reflections, and observations, and in conversation with other writers and authors.

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Sonitotum Episode Archive

Click the individual entries below to see the full show notes for each episode of Sonitotum With Matthew Wayne Selznick to listen and comment.

  • Sonitotum with Matthew Wayne Selznick 023: Ask Me Anything (Part 2 of 2)

    September 30, 2020: In this second of two "ask me anything" episodes of Sonitotum with Matthew Wayne Selznick, I talk collaboration, writing groups, creative legacy, creative practice, and much, much more!

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  • 022: Ask Me Anything (Part 1 of 2)

    September 18, 2020: This episode of Sonitotum with Matthew Wayne Selznick is part one (of two) of an "ask me anything" (AMA), featuring lots of insight on developing characters for your fiction, and more!

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  • 021: The Squirrel Trappers Ruin Everything

    September 3, 2020: In this episode of Sonitotum with Matthew Wayne Selznick, I can't even talk about Amazon ads, worldbuilding, or a healthier approach to Facebook without some idiots trying to mess with some innocent wild animals. Listen!

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  • 020: In Dreams, I Walk… and Walk…

    August 14, 2020: This episode of Sonitotum, host Matthew Wayne Selznick shares some recurring and symbolically consistent dreams he's had lately, and what they might be trying to say about finding a safe creative space.

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  • 019: Service, Justice, and Creation

    August 7, 2020: This episode of Sonitotum makes a connection between service and justice, and reveals my own new one-on-one coaching services for writers. Be sure to listen to get an exclusive 20% off discount code for Your Story Buddy!

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  • 018: A Voice in the Desert

    July 27, 2020: Presenting a new episode of the Sonitotum podcast in which I fill everyone in on what's been going on and share what I'm learning about Amazon advertising for authors.

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  • 017: Fifteen Years Podcasting

    October 15, 2019: In a rare and special episode of Sonitotum, I look back and forward as I observe the fifteenth anniversary of my first podcast episode.

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  • 016: Pay Attention to Intention

    November 26, 2018: In this episode of Sonitotum, I take a hard look at my inconsistent creative habits, what drives my creativity, and how misplaced obligations sometimes derail our creative process.

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  • 015: Be Nimble

    October 18, 2018: This Sonitotum, I talk about staying nimble and flexible with your creative endeavors to help avoid progress traps in your work. Click through to listen and read!

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