Episode 21 of Working Title podcast is about the collaboration of indie authors and their book designers. Joining me is a pair of aces–author Mark Slauter, who wrote, The Diary of a Novice Investor: The Bullet Train to Wealth Left When? and designer Sarah Lapallo Beck of Inkwell Book Co. Continue reading “Interview with Mark Slauter and Sarah Lapallo Beck”
Whether it’s reading at an author event, speaking at a conference, or taking questions as a panelist, chances are authors will find –let’s say– opportunities, for public speaking. For many authors, myself included, the thought of getting in front of an audience is daunting.
Luckily I have help. Joining me on episode 20 of the podcast, author and professional talker, Rosemary Rawlins, will set us at ease, turning what may be a challenge in to an opportunity to engage our readers and peers. We discuss all things public speaking, finding venues, tips on preparing and giving your talk, contracts, compensation and more.
Recorded on March 22, 2018
Length: 40 mins.
Intro and outro music in the podcast is called, “The Strategy.”
Rosemary Rawlin’s website: http://rosemaryrawlins.com
For National Poetry Month, I invited poet Joanna Lee on episode 19 of Working Title podcast. We discuss what this time of the year means to her, as well as cover how to critique a poem, why an audience is vital to the creative process, is a poem ever really finished, and more. Continue reading “Interview with Poet Joanna Lee”
In episode 18 of Working Title podcast, I chat with comic book writer and novelist, Arvin Loudermilk.
Years ago, I had collected and enjoyed every blood-sucker-filled issue of the comic book called, Vigil, that he co-created with artist Mike Iverson. Continue reading “Interview with Arvin Loudermilk”
In Episode 17 of Working Title podcast, I interview author Joy Harris who has written a biography of her grandmother in Singing Ain’t Enough, The Inspiring Story of Maggie Ingram. Continue reading “Interview with Joy Harris”