I haven’t really talked about my own personal journey to publication that much. That is primarily because I wanted to actually have something interesting to talk about. After all, you don’t want to hear things like, “got email from editor” or “publisher told me book is scheduled to come out in 2012”. As I have said and come to learn, publishing is very slow and no one wants to hear stories about waiting patiently.
Well, now that I have received and finished the first round of major edits, I do have something to talk about. Specifically my own lessons learned. I’ll talk more about that in the tips and typos section of the show.
I’m also very excited to share today’s interview with you. I had the opportunity to talk to Brandy Rivers who is a Literary Manager with Magnet Management. Brandy talked to me about how writing properties are acquired and packaged for film and television.
That’s the lineup for today. I hope you enjoy the show.
00:00 — Opening – Get Published Episode 71 – Brandy Rivers Talks Movies and Television
- Everything has to start somewhere and this is the start of “Get Published”
00:14 — Introduction – Get Published Episode 71 – Brandy Rivers Talks Movies and Television
Welcome to the show.
01:17 - Promo - Asunder
01:48 -Tips and Typos
Mike talks about some of his lessons learned while editing “Mik Murdoch, Boy Superhero”
07:43 - Promo – Dead Robots Society
09:16 — Get Published Episode 71 – Brandy Rivers Talks Movies and Television (continued)
40:33 - Promo - Flying Island Press
41:18 — Closing
Thank you for listening.
Websites mentioned in this episode:
Brandy Rivers (Magnet Management) - http://www.magnetmanagement.com/
John Mierau (Asunder) - http://johnmierau.wordpress.com/
Dead Robots Society - http://deadrobotssociety.com/
Flying Island Press - http://flyingislandpress.com/
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