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Episode 181-Interview with David Gerrold

In which the WDC crew geeks out with joy at the presence of David Gerrold, writer of the silver screen and television, novels, short stories, and limericks – and teacher of writing to others. David talks to us about science fiction in the early days, the trend toward social justice awareness and addressing current problems in new ways. From Sleestacks and Tribbles to the strike lines of WGA and SAG-Aftra, David walks us through how Hollywood has changed, and where it needs to go so that everyone involved in the industry can live long and prosper. … Continue…Episode 181-Interview with David Gerrold

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Episode 152 – Wise Screenwriting with Stephen Wise

Stephen Wise is a screenwriter and creative services producer for a TV station. He co-wrote a Batman screenplay that got turned into an audio drama, and describes the adventures of dealing with big studios as well as offering screenwriting and characterization tips. His screenplays have won numerous awards or been finalists, semifinalists, quarterfinalists, etc. at film festivals. … Continue…Episode 152 – Wise Screenwriting with Stephen Wise

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Episode 149 – Interview with Madeleine Holly-Rosing

Episode 149 – Interview with Madeleine Holly-Rosing
Madeleine is an author, screenwriter, and the driving creative force behind Boston Metaphysical Society comes to talk about how to write a graphic novel, run a kickstarter, create a podcast, and finish projects you start! Her Steampunk imagination has extended into novellas, novels, podcasts, and of course a graphic novel collective that spans over a decade. … Continue…Episode 149 – Interview with Madeleine Holly-Rosing