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Aleks Krotoski meets Eli Horowitz to find out how tech can help reinvent the novel
TYF! returns this week with an interview with Julia Wertz, whose graphic novel, “The Infinite Wait & Other Stories,” has been nominated for a Will Eisner Award for Best Reality-Based Work.
We talk to Julia about her process, her hobby of exploring abandoned buildings, why she continues to turn down big money opportunities in exchange for artistic freedom, and we solve a mystery live on-air.
Plus, Adam Wade tells us a story about how Rick Moranis has impacted his life in both positive and negative ways, and we spend another Moment with Stacey Nightmare.
All that and Liam explains where we’ve been for the last two weeks.
Armed with a sense of humor and laypeople’s terms, Nobel winner Murray Gell-Mann drops some knowledge on TEDsters about particle physics, asking questions like, Are elegant equations more likely to be right than inelegant ones?
Stories of love, death, revenge, forgiveness. Failures small and large. Double-crossing and two-timing. Shame and success. Epiphanies that happen just in time…and others that don’t. Blood, sweat and tears - and lots of laughs. Each Stoop show features seven storytellers who get seven minutes each to tell a true personal story about a specific theme.
Based in Baltimore, Maryland. http://www.stoopstorytelling.com/storytellers/1401
Recently, I had the chance to sit down with Gary Vaynerchuk, author of the new bestseller, Jab, Jab, Jab, Right Hook. This is one one of the best social media books I have read in a long time.
Pat Grant and Dan Berry talk about academic writing, Pat’s creative process, his background and about comics storytelling that leaves the page.
Recorded live at GenCon Indy, Sam Logan of Sam & Fuzzy joins Brandon, Mary, and Howard to talk about long-form storytelling. Sam’s webcomic has been running for eleven years now, and has evolved over time into something of an epic.
Sam talks to us about how he got started, and how the strip morphed from its gag-a-day origins into what it is today (is this similar to what happened with Howard and Schlock Mercenary? Maaaaaybe.) He also talks about his planning process, and the manner in which he structures the smaller stories to fit inside the larger ones.
If you’re looking for a good starting point for Sam and Fuzzy, Sam says that point is right here.
Audiobook Pick-of-the-Week: Feed, by M. T. Anderson, narrated by David Aaron Baker
Writing Prompt: Go for a walk. Think about what you’re writing while you walk. Don’t do that Facebook or Twitter thing while you walk. Just walk, and think.
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