We talk about writing, interviewing and editing. We have smart guests. We tell true stories.
We dissect the process of crafting narratives, often off the news, and open our notebooks to show our strokes.
Whether you’re a young reporter, a veteran writer, or someone who loves learning about craft, join us!
Most episodes last about 30 minutes.

I’ve been listening to your Write Lane podcast and wanted to let you know that it’s become one of my favorites. It’s also proven to be a great resource for me as I gather materials for the journalism class that I’m teaching at UT Austin this Fall. (It’s my first time teaching a full course!)

I really liked the “Reporting for Story” episode and I’m planning to refer to it when teaching a lecture next week on interviewing. I’m also planning to share your 30 questions with students, along with your note-taking strategies. 

Anyhow, I just wanted you to know that I refer to you and your work so often when I teach. Thank you for continuing to be an ongoing inspiration! 🙂 

Mallary Tenore, journalism professor at the University of Texas, Austin

I wanted to send you a quick note to say thanks for all the great work you do on the Write Lane podcast. I have been listening since the start. Each conversation is a treasure.

I gained so much as a feature writer from the tips you shared. Now, as a digital city editor in a daily newsroom in southeastern Massachusetts, I take so much more away from the podcast from a manager’s perspective.

 I’m sure it’s not easy to keep it up given the workload you both undoubtedly shoulder, but please know the work is worth it for all the journos you inspire throughout the country. Thanks again!

Phil Devitt, Digital City Editor, The Herald News, Mass.