Some writers write as they speak; some speakers speak as they write. It should be called "speakiting" or maybe "writeaking."
Yeah, that last one.
Plato thought poets were liars. Jacques Derrida thought Plato was a liar. Plato had to write his dialogues down. Most poems are written to be read out loud. Many ancient spoken or sung performances were eventually written down and turned into "oral literature." An oxymoron?
Write your speeches. Recite your writing. Transcribe your rambles. Turn visual into audio. Turn audio into visual.
And so on.