It has been far too long since Gail Carriger graced the RTP virtual studios with her presence and we are delighted to rectify that situation today. Author of the New York Times Best Selling “Parasol Protectorate” series and equally decorated “Finishing School” series, AND the newly launched “Custard Protocol” series, Gail brings a wealth of experience and insight into the writerly arts to the table. Of course, she’s also an archaeologist and a scientist which adds depths of scholastic rigor and research into the mix. The result is a singular and unforgettable conversation.
Joined by my sister in podcasting, Lauren “Scribe” Harris, as co-host, we engage Gail in 20(ish) minutes of writerly discourse exploring Gail’s process for developing a story idea, the influence of academic experience on the writer’s craft, the defining elements of the steampunk genre, an exciting alternative to the Hero’s Cycle narrative format, and more. There is some profoundly fabulous writerly goodness awaiting you on the other side of that “PLAY” button friends… click it! (and tune in to Gail’s equally fabulous Workshop Episode).
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Showcase Episode: 20 (More) Minutes with Gail Carriger
[caution: mature language – listener discretion is advised]
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Gail is a modern day British Empire (she’s civilized, she’s elegant, and she’s EVERYWHERE)…
- One can always find her words on a host of topics… check out her place on Blogspot, her Goodreads page, and her Tumblr feed!
- For those who prefer their words delivered to their Inbox, do consider signing up for The Monthly Chirrup, Gail’s newsletter.
- Her Amazon Page is fairly bursting with virtual smorgasbord of literary delights.
- Social media is her second home, so be sure to check her out or Facebook and Twitter, too!
Lauren “Scribe” Harris bring’s her A-Game to everything…
- You would do well to follow her blog… much goodness to be had there
- She is, of course, on the Twitters and the Facebooks
- She’s been interviewed by Chris Lester and on The Way of the Buffalo podcast
- And there are several literary treats of her’s you can enjoy…