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The #1 Writing Podcast featuring interviews with Bestselling Authors, Literary Agents, Editors, Comic & TV Writers for Marvel, Star Wars, etc. Presented by Flickering Myth.

The #1 Writing Podcast featuring interviews with Bestselling Authors, Literary Agents, Editors, Comic & TV Writers for Marvel, Star Wars, etc. Presented by Flickering Myth.


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The #1 Writing Podcast featuring interviews with Bestselling Authors, Literary Agents, Editors, Comic & TV Writers for Marvel, Star Wars, etc. Presented by Flickering Myth.




Ep 101 - Dan Carlin, Writer, The End is Always Near, Host, Hardcore History

Dan Carlin is a New York Times-best selling Author as well as the host of the podcasts Hardcore History, Hardcore History: Addendum, and Common Sense. His first book, The End is Always Near: Apocalyptic Moments, from the Bronze Age Collapse to Nuclear Near Misses, is available now. https://twitter.com/HardcoreHistory


Ep 100 - "100 Writing Insights" from 100 Creative Professionals for Netflix, Marvel, Star Wars, etc.

Ep 100 - "100 Writing Insights" from 100 Creative Professionals for Netflix, Marvel, Star Wars, etc. by Writer Experience


Ep 99 - "Writing From a Comic Book Editor's Perspective" with David Mariotte, Editor at IDW

David Mariotte is an Editor at IDW Publishing, where he edits a range of comic book titles including Transformers, Sonic The Hedgehog, and Canto. He’s also a Comic Book Writer and is currently co-writing Transformers vs. The Terminator for IDW and Dark Horse. https://twitter.com/IDW_David_M


Ep 98 - "TV Writing 101" with Michael Price, Writer, The Simpsons, Co-Creator, F is For Family

Michael Price is a Writer and Producer known for his Emmy and Writers Guild of America Award-winning work on The Simpsons. He's also the Co-Creator, Showrunner, and Executive Producer of Netflix' F Is For Family. https://twitter.com/mikepriceinla


Ep 97 - "How to Create an Anthology 101" with Stephen Coghlan, J.D. Sanderson, and B.K. Bass

Stephen Coghlan, J.D. Sanderson, and B.K. Bass were all involved in the Remnants Collection, an anthology novel consisting of 14 tales of post-apocalyptic survival horror, with Stephen being its creator and the writer of the stories Resistance, A Final Longing, and Against the Darkness, J.D. being the writer of the story First Swarm, and B.K. being the editor. Hailing from the capital of the Great White North [Canada], Stephen Coghlan spends his days erecting buildings, and his nights...


Ep 96 - "Screenwriting 101" with Gary Whitta, Writer, Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, The Book of Eli

Gary Whitta is a Screenwriter, Author, Comic Book Writer, and Video Game Writer. His works include Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, Star Wars Rebels, The Book of Eli, After Earth (which he co-wrote with M. Night Shyamalan), Telltale Games’ The Walking Dead, Marvel’s The Last Jedi comic book adaption, and Abomination, Gary’s debut novel, among many others. https://twitter.com/garywhitta


Ep 95 - "How to Write a Novel 101" with Don Winslow, NYT Best Selling Author, Broken

Don Winslow is a New York Times Best Selling Author of over twenty crime and mystery novels, including The Cartel, The Force, and The Border, as well as many short stories and film screenplays. Every one of his books has been sold to a major film studio or network, some books two or three times, and several are in the works. His upcoming film and tv projects include The Cartel Trilogy, being adapted for a tv series by FX with Don, Shane Salerno, and Ridley Scott executive producing, as well...


Ep 94 - "How to Write Short Stories in Comic Form" with Julio Anta, Comic Book Writer

Julio Anta is a Comic Book Writer based in New York City. His writing has been featured in the Eisner Award-winning magazine, Panel x Panel. In addition to writing, he also runs The Native Sound, a DIY record label. https://twitter.com/JulioAnta https://www.julioanta.com/


Ep 93 - "Documentary Storytelling" with Randall Lobb, Writer, Director, Producer of Turtle Power

Randall Lobb is a Writer, Director, Producer and nerdiculturalist. He has recently found success in the world of iconic pop culture documentaries. He takes a grounded and authentic approach to the story of brands that create euphoric recall for fans and also opens up new audiences. His film Turtle Power, the definitive history of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, was sold to Paramount/Nickelodeon. He has licensed his documentary, The Power Of Grayskull (a definitive history of He-Man) to...


Ep 92 - "Entertainment Management" with Mark Wheeler, Founding Partner at Pathfinder Media

Mark Wheeler is the CEO of Wheeler Company and a founding Partner at Pathfinder Media, as well as a Senior Consultant for Align Pictures US. Mark specializes in Entertainment Management and Production with an emphasis on building new creative businesses, client & IP management, as well as building and advising on independent co-productions. Pathfinder is a boutique entertainment Management, Production, Financing and Consumer Products firm based in Hollywood. Some of Pathfinder’s projects and...


Ep 91 - "Writing TV and Comics" with Joe Pokaski, Creator and Showrunner, Marvel's Cloak and Dagger

Joe Pokaski is the Creator, Showrunner, and Executive Producer of Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger. Previously, he served as Showrunner and Executive Producer of Underground alongside Misha Green,and was a Writer and Executive Story Editor on Heroes. He has also written Heroes tie-in products and a number of comics for Marvel Comics including the 2008 miniseries Secret Invasion: Inhumans and the last three issues of Ultimate ‪Fantastic Four‬, which was part of the "Ultimatum" storyline....


Ep 90 - "Writing Immersive Experience 101" with Spencer Williams, Creator, Walk the Night

Spencer Williams is the Creator, Producer, and Director of Walk the Night, a five year long, large scale sandbox immersive series, based on Shakespearean works. Previously, he worked on feature films and TV including Castle on ABC, Hawthorne on TNT, and wrote, produced and starred in Milo Greene's visual album for Warner Records. His current projects are Tales by Candelight, a collaborative storytelling experience based in scent that creates a candle, and The Guest and The Host Make Music, a...


Ep 89 - "Screenwriting 101" with Lucy Alibar, Academy Award-nominated Screenwriter

Lucy Alibar is the writer of the new Amazon film Troop Zero, which was the first feature film from Amazon Studios to be released as streaming-only, on the Amazon Prime Video service this January, after premiering at the Sundance Film Festival in Feb 2019. Previously, she co-wrote the 2012 Academy Award-nominated film ‪Beasts of the Southern Wild‬ with Benh Zeitlin. https://twitter.com/alibarlucy


Ep 88 - Brian Birnbaum, Author, Emerald City, Executive Editor, Dead Rabbits Books

Brian Birnbaum is the Co-Founder and Executive Editor at Dead Rabbits Books, and the Author of Emerald City, a novel. He grew up thirty minutes west of Camden Yards in Baltimore, where at four years old he cried because the Yankees were losing. An MFA graduate of Sarah Lawrence College, his work has been published or is forthcoming in The Smart Set, The Collagist, Atticus Review, SLAM Magazine, Political Animal, LUMINA, and more. Brian is a child of Deaf adults (CODA) and works in...


Ep 87 - Michael J. Tougias, NYT Best Selling Author of 30 Best Sellers including Into The Blizzard

Michael J. Tougias is a New York Times Best Selling Author and Co-Author of 29 books. Among his Best Sellers are The Finest Hours (Disney Motion Pictures' version opened in 45 countries in January 2016), Fatal Forecast, Overboard, King Philip's War, and There's A Porcupine In My Outhouse: The Vermont Misadventures of a Mountain Man Wannabe. His newest book, Into The Blizzard, is in stores now: https://us.macmillan.com/books/9781627792837 https://twitter.com/michaeltougias


Ep 86 - "How to Write a Query Letter 101" with 4 Literary Agents

Erin Niumata is SVP at Folio Literary Management. Marlo Berliner is an Associate Agent at The Jennifer De Chiara Literary Agency. Andrea Morrison is a Literary Agent at Writers House, A Literary Agency. Cate Hart is a Literary Agent at Harvey Klinger Literary Agency.


Ep 85 - "Writing The Witcher" with Lauren S. Hissrich, Showrunner of Netflix's The Witcher

Lauren S. Hissrich is the Creator, Executive Producer, and Showrunner of the Netflix original series The Witcher, based on the book series Andrzej Sapkowski, which was recently reported as being the most in-demand TV show in the world. Previously, Lauren has written scripts for TV including The West Wing and Justice, as well as written and produced shows such as Parenthood, Do No Harm, Private Practice, Daredevil, The Defenders and The Umbrella Academy. https://twitter.com/LHissrich


Ep 84 - "Writing Across Different Mediums" with Vanessa Shealy, Critically-Acclaimed Writer

Vanessa Shealy is a critically-acclaimed Writer, Graphic Novelist, Playwright, Screenwriter, Actor, and Creator of things. She just recently completed her indie middle grade sci-fi comic book, Couri Vine, about a nerdy girl living on the moon faced with extraordinary obstacles and adventures, which she co-wrote with Leah Lovise. Couri Vine is available on Comixology now. Vanessa also just finished post-production on the short film, Naked, which she wrote and co-directed....


Ep 83 - "Literary Agents 101" with Erin Niumata, SVP at Folio Literary Management

Erin Niumata is SVP at Folio Literary Management. https://twitter.com/ecniumata


Ep 82 - L.L. McKinney, Author of the Nightmare-Verse Series including the A Blade So Black Trilogy

L.L. McKinney is the author of the Nightmare-Verse books, an urban fantasy re-telling of Alice in Wonderland, starring a Black Alice, starting with the A BLADE SO BLACK trilogy (A Blade So Black, A Dream So Dark, A Crown so Cursed), and an upcoming graphic novel for DC Comics featuring Nubia, Wonder Woman’s twin sister. She's also an advocate for equality and inclusion in publishing and the creator of the hashtag #WhatWoCWritersHear. https://us.macmillan.com/series/thenightmareverse/...