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The Brainwave Podcast with Gail Hulnick

Gail Hulnick

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Creativity. What happens in that charmed moment when a genius song, painting, book or film is born? On The Brainwave Podcast, Gail Hulnick interviews writers, composers, artists, designers, entrepreneurs, and others about how, when, where, and why they fell in love with an idea.
Subscribers to The Brainwave Premium Content "After the Idea" will hear creativity tips, advice on nurturing the muse, and practical, actionable suggestions for encouraging the creative flow.

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03/07/22 • 28 min

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In Episode 35, Gail talks with Emmy-award-nominated and Academy-award-nominated writer Joe Stillman. Joe is an American television and movie writer, producer and director whose past work includes Shrek, Shrek 2, and King of the Hill. Joe is now also writing for print, and his new novel, The Man Who Came and Went, is the story of a mysterious stranger who arrives to work at a diner, ready to read the minds of the customers and the hearts of the owner and her daughter.
We talk about writing for TV and movies vs. writing a novel; finding the confidence necessary to approach the blank page; and the serendipity that often underpins a career.
The Man Who Came and Went launches in March 2022 and is available at Amazon and other bookstores.
You can find out more about Joe and his work at www.joestillman.com
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The Brainwave Podcast is produced and presented by WindWord Group Publishing and Media.
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03/07/22 • 28 min

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02/28/22 • 34 min

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In this episode, we meet David Fishof, the mind behind Rock 'n' Roll Fantasy Camp, where musicians spend four days or so, learning songs, playing in a band, and jamming with rock stars like Roger Daltrey, Gene Simmons, Joe Perry, Alice Cooper, Nancy Wilson, and Paul Stanley. Last year, there was a movie made about the experience, and you can see Rock Camp The Movie on Prime Video. There's more information about the camps at www.rockcamp.com.
In this conversation, I ask about the beginning of the rock camp idea, twenty-five years ago. We talk about inviting and training rock stars to be teachers, about David's wish list of future 'camp counsellors' -- Paul McCartney is at the top of it -- and about memorable experiences in his life, including discovering Julia Cameron's book "The Artist's Way".
To subscribe to this and other premium content and bonus episodes, please visit https://www.buzzsprout.com/1777452/subscribe

The Brainwave Podcast is produced and presented by WindWord Group Publishing and Media.
Please visit our website at https://www.windwordgroup.com to sign up for our newsletter and receive regular information about upcoming guests, new releases, and special gifts for regular listeners and readers.

The Brainwave Podcast is produced and presented by Gail Hulnick and The WindWord Group Publishing & Media.

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02/28/22 • 34 min

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01/31/22 • 11 min

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02/07/22 • 36 min

Writing a novel is a very different experience from writing a short story. Author Tony Manera discusses his book Voices in the Wind: A Matter of Honor with Gail. They talk about doing research, taking criticism, and the similarities and differences between writing novels and running the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation. You can find out more about Tony's work online at www.tonymanera.ca

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02/07/22 • 36 min

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In Episode 28, Gail talks with artist Jennifer Baker about finding inspiration in nature, knowing when a painting is finished, and the most important secret to running an art business.
You can find her work online at www.jenniferbakerart.com

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01/17/22 • 33 min

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In Episode 29, Gail talks with photographer Richard Wiesel about the origin of his exhibit "Objects from the Concentration Camps". He describes how his interest in WW2 history led to the project, and how his next project, photographing 9/11 survivors and first-responders, also focused on the experience of trauma.
You can see Richard's work online at www.richardwieselstudios.com and www.richardwiesel.com

The Brainwave Podcast is produced and presented by WindWord Group Publishing and Media.
Please visit our website at https://www.windwordgroup.com to sign up for our newsletter and receive regular information about upcoming guests, new releases, and special gifts for regular listeners and readers.

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01/24/22 • 44 min

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02/14/22 • 30 min

With Valentine's Day coming up, we look at a new dating app called The Blink Date. The idea is to pay more attention to The Voice, and less to physical cues about compatibility that sweep by on your phone screen in less than a second. Co-creator Taly Matiteyahu talks with Gail about the 'charmed moment' in a restaurant that led to the idea for the app, about some of the connections that have happened, and about their plans for live meet-ups. You can find out more at www.theblinkdate.com and on the podcast "Date in a Blink".

The Brainwave Podcast is produced and presented by WindWord Group Publishing and Media.
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02/14/22 • 30 min

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Interacting with and creating material for an audience during a standup comedy routine is different from presenting material to a podcast audience -- and different from putting a film in a theater -- and different from building a business. But all are creative pursuits. Michael Stein has something to say about all four experiences, in Episode 27 of The Brainwave Podcast.
Find out more about his podcast at http://www.longshotleaders.com

The Brainwave Podcast is produced and presented by WindWord Group Publishing and Media.
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01/10/22 • 32 min

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01/03/22 • 40 min

Dystopian fiction envisages a future where life is broken. In a new novel titled Jericho, author Rachel Mumaw tells the story of a non-binary leader, Riley Jay, who tries to protect their found family during a time of societal breakdown. Rachel talks with Brainwave host Gail Hulnick about her inspiration for the story and the way the idea developed.
Jericho is available at Amazon and other bookstores.

The Brainwave Podcast is produced and presented by WindWord Group Publishing and Media.
Please visit our website at https://www.windwordgroup.com to sign up for our newsletter and receive regular information about upcoming guests, new releases, and special gifts for regular listeners and readers.

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The Brainwave Podcast is produced and presented by Gail Hulnick and The WindWord Group Publishing & Media.

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01/03/22 • 40 min

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In this episode, Gail talks with photographer/author/cultural observer Janet Sternburg. Janet has recently released a new book of art photographs, titled I've Been Walking, which documents her exploration through the streets of Los Angeles immediately following the dawning days of the coronavirus pandemic in 2020. The interview covers the origin of Janet's method and the beginning of her use of the disposable camera as a tool; her contributions as an author and as an editor, in the seminal book The Writer on her Work; and her thoughts on boundaries and borders.
You can see her work at www.janetsternburg.com and www.janetsternburgphotos.com

The Brainwave Podcast is produced and presented by WindWord Group Publishing and Media.
Please visit our website at https://www.windwordgroup.com to sign up for our newsletter and receive regular information about upcoming guests, new releases, and special gifts for regular listeners and readers.

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The Brainwave Podcast is produced and presented by Gail Hulnick and The WindWord Group Publishing & Media.

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02/21/22 • 53 min

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How many episodes does The Brainwave Podcast with Gail Hulnick have?

The Brainwave Podcast with Gail Hulnick currently has 89 episodes available.

What topics does The Brainwave Podcast with Gail Hulnick cover?

The podcast is about Actor, Ideas, Writer, Artist, Entrepreneur, Creativity, Author, Podcasts, Books, Arts and Performing Arts.

What is the most popular episode on The Brainwave Podcast with Gail Hulnick?

The episode title '🔒 Magic realism, screenwriting, and The Man Who Came and Went. With writer Joe Stillman' is the most popular.

What is the average episode length on The Brainwave Podcast with Gail Hulnick?

The average episode length on The Brainwave Podcast with Gail Hulnick is 34 minutes.

How often are episodes of The Brainwave Podcast with Gail Hulnick released?

Episodes of The Brainwave Podcast with Gail Hulnick are typically released every 7 days.

When was the first episode of The Brainwave Podcast with Gail Hulnick?

The first episode of The Brainwave Podcast with Gail Hulnick was released on Jun 7, 2021.

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Gail's experience as a radio host shines through here. A well-organized, high-quality show with interesting guests and conversations.

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