There’s a new press for southern writers called Haywire Books. In episode 35 of Working Title podcast, I chat with author, and now publisher, Jon Sealy about his Haywire Books enterprise, and his strategy to face the challenges of a changing publishing landscape.Continue reading “Interview with Jon Sealy”
In episode 34 of Working Title podcast, I chat with screenwriter and filmmaker Ramona Taylor.Continue reading “Interview with Screenwriter Ramona Taylor”
I will be attending the always awesome James River Writers conference. Early bird registration ends July 31. Get your ticket now!
Wednesday, June 25, 2019 — JRW Writing Show, “Building Relationships with Bookstore Owners and Librarians,” Richmond, Va.
Wednesday, July 31, 2019 — JRW Writing Show, “Defining and Finding Your Audience,” Richmond, Va.
Wednesday, August 28, 2019 — JRW Writing Show, “I Finished My Book (Poem, Screenplay)—Now What?” Richmond, Va.
Wednesday, September 25, 2019 — JRW Writing Show, “People Skills for Writers,” Richmond, Va.
Sat.-Sun., October 12-13, 2019 — 17th Annual James River Writers Conference, Richmond, Va.
Saturday, October 19, 2019 — RVA Booklovers’ Festival, Richmond, Va.
Satuday, April 27, 2019 — Hanover Book Festival, Mechanicsville, Va.
In episode 33 of Working Title podcast I chat with professional designer and author Karen A. Chase. Her historical novel, Carrying Independence,
imagines how the final signatures needed for the Declaration of Independence were obtained.
In episode 32 of Working Title podcast, I speak with Sonia Faruqi, author of The Oyster Thief, an immersive tale of life under the sea.
We take a deep dive into the elements of world building, engaging beta readers to uncover valuable feedback, how research of the real world will better ground a fantastic one, and much more.
Recorded on: April 11, 2019
Length: 60 minutes
Intro and outro music in the podcast is called, “The Strategy.”
Sonia Faruqi’s website: http://www.soniafaruqi.com/