Using AI for creative writing

I sat down with Ph.d., Novelist and Columnist Stephen Marche who is the author of, among other works, ‘Raymond and Hannah’, ‘How Shakespeare Changed Everything’, ‘On Writing and Failure’ and ‘The Next Civil War’.

He has written features and essays for The New Yorker, The New York Times, The Atlantic, Esquire, The Walrus and many others.

He's also the creator of ‘Death of an Author’ by Aiden Marchine, a novella written 95% by AI tools.


In this episode

Stephen’s author journey

The key to stability when working with multiple publishers

How AI changed from his first published AI story in 2017

Western fear vs. Asian embracement

The microwave of language

The process of creative writing using AI (incl. the tools)

How to prompt to get what you want

Who is the author of an AI-written book?

Who owns the IP and obtains copyrights?

Expert Insight: Can AI-generated text be detected?

Should you use AI narration for your audiobook?


Connect with Stephen Marche



The Next Civil War: Dispatches from the American Future

On Writing and Failure: Or, On the Peculiar Perseverance Required to Endure the Life of a Writer (Field Notes)

The Last Election

Death of an Author: A Novella 

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