Jonathan Merritt on audience, voice, and writing when you have critics

How can we, as writers, handle criticism (readers, trolls, and the inner critical voice)? Jonathan Merritt, award-winning contributor for The Atlantic, a contributing editor for The Week, and author of several critically-acclaimed books, has some thoughts on how to connect with an audience, how to connect with your own power as a writer, and how to deal with the voices of critics.

Jonathan Merritt is one of America’s most trusted and popular writers on religion, culture, and politics. This episode is for anyone who wants to write publicly, or who wants a behind-the-scenes look at one writer’s life. 

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