Podcasting is powerful way to experiment with new content. It has a low cost/tech barrier to entry. Audible can’t make audiobooks fast enough, demonstrating audio remains a unique way for authors to attract attention, where video is an over-saturated medium that often drowns new voices out.
To learn what makes podcast fiction tick, check out my 2011 Parsec Award-nominated Podcast Teardown miniseries, featuring interviews with Mur Lafferty, Nathan Lowell, Jake Bible, Philippa Ballantine, Patrick McLean, Brand Gamblin, Basil Sands, Christof Laputka & Abigail Hilton. Download
Nathan Lowell, Patrick E McLean and Scott Sigler join me for a roundtable discussion on the state of podcast fiction.Download audio
Continuing a series of interviews with contributors to my new shared world anthology WALK THE FIRE. today we’re talking with Patrick E. McLean (Walk The Fire: From Fire, Bring Ice).
Learn more about Patrick McLean here, and read his latest story “Flame in the Night”, in my shared world anthology Walk the Fire (Kindle), along with eight other stories and authors.
Settle in for another podcast from the Walk The Fire anthology (Kindle). Tonight, Nathan Lowell tells the tale of “A Flame in the Night”. Download
Welcome to the first in a series of interviews with contributors to my new shared world anthology WALK THE FIRE. Up first: respected peer, Kindle Best-seller & podcasting household name Nathan Lowell (Walk The Fire: Flame in the Night). Let’s jump right in:
Next week, I’ll take a new world…and I’ve brought some help to make the journey memorable.
I’ll bet you recognize some of the names in that cover! I’m excited to announce the Walk The Fire Anthology — featuring eight talented writers and myself.
Coming Soon. Very soon.
Only *2* weeks left to fund ENEMY LINES edits & cover art for paperback release! Today on the pledge drive Nathan Lowell‘s touching homage to my history in podcasting. Jokes aside, please contribute to the ENEMY LINES campaign here! mp3
If you’ve ever created something you know that moment of pride when you share it-& you know that moment when someone craps all over it. Print/ebook author & podcaster Nathan Lowell has some pointers on how to take the hits:
(T)he bottom line on this is if you put your work out, you have to own it. People will say all kinds of things about it — and you…glean the valuable lessons from
both positive and negative.
Scott Sigler, Nathan Lowell and Robert J. Sawyer discuss techniques to develop audiences in a rapidly changing fiction market.