Sonitotum With Matthew Wayne Selznick
Sonitotum With Matthew Wayne Selznick is the podcast companion to Scribtotum, my blog. Like the articles I write, Sonitotum is all about creating a healthy, sane, and successful writing life as seen through my own personal insights, reflections, and observations.
- 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 all kinds of subject matter.”
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In this episode of Sonitotum, I offer a reading of the opening scenes of my latest work of fiction, the novelette “The Perfumed Air at Kwaanantag Bay,” now available from Amazon.
Creative writers and other creators: who cares about your work? What happens when the answer takes everyone by surprise? That’s in Sonitotum with Matthew Wayne Selznick episode 032.
This episode of Sonitotum is a “park cast” recorded outdoors when inspiration struck and desire demanded. In it, I work through some stuff about writing and age and time. It helped me. Perhaps it will help you.
In this episode of Sonitotum with Matthew Wayne Selznick, I put YOU in the driver’s seat regarding some upcoming content… plus, how about an opportunity to get my advice on your fiction at 25% off the regular rate? Listen, comment, and subscribe!
Happy New Year from Sonitotum with Matthew Wayne Selznick! This episode includes news about the new focus and commitment of the show, as well as some resources you might find useful. Listen, subscribe, comment!
In this episode of Sonitotum With Matthew Wayne Selznick, I talk about worldbuilding: what it is, how all fiction writers are worldbuilders, and why it’s important.
This episode of Sonitotum With Matthew Wayne Selznick reveals how I made some amateur mistakes, what it says about me, and how you can avoid the same issues.
Time to check in with me on how things are going with The Big Plan, and other stuff and things…
I’ve been building toward this for months. In this Sonitotum with Matthew Wayne Selznick, I reveal The Big Plan: my creative focus (and how I’ll stay on target) for the next seven years. (Cross-posted with the Scribtotum article of the same name.)