Returning to the big chair at the RTP this week is the astonishing Madeline Ashby – futurist and author of “Vn“, “iD“, and the soon-to-be-released “Company Town” – leveraging her storytelling mojo in a brainstorming session for a grimdark tale of political intrigue, entangled destinies, and ancient corruptions.
The tale is offered by Guest Writer David de Burgh, the story of an diplomat caught between four nations, who must unravel the mystery of the current conflict and his own past in order to prevent a devastating war. We are joined once more by the eloquent (and efficient) Lauren “Scribe” Harris – podcaster, narrator, and author of the Millroad Academy Novels “Exorcising Aaron Nguyen” and “The Girl in Acid Park” – and together we have a truly memorable conversation exploring the qualities of an authentic matriarchy, balancing the number of POVs, and so much more. It’s an incredible workshop fraught with Literary Gold… come get some for yourself (and if you missed it, go back and check out Madeline’s fabulous 20 Minutes With… episode)
PROMO: Into the Nanten Kickstarter (from Jay Swanson)
Workshop Episode 97 (Guest Host: Madeline Ashby)
[caution: mature language – listener discretion is advised]
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Madline’s crafting new wonders in the world…
- In March, she’s speaking at the Future of Everything Conference 2016 in Manchester England (March 31 – April 1)
- She’ll be at the Ad Astra SF Convention in Toronto (April 29 – Mat 1)
- And, of course, her new novel “Company Town” hits shelves May 2016
- Her website is something you’ll want to make time for.
- Do check out her her Amazon Profile as well as her presence on Facebook, Goodreads, and Twitter
Guest Writer: David de Burgh
Lauren “Scribe” Harris bring’s her A-Game to everything…
- She’s been busy becoming a Cardio Senographer (I know, right? Wow.)
- She’s been narrating Starla Huchton’s “Shadows on Snow” and Abigail Hilton’s “The Scarlet Albatross“
- She’s shopping her own book “Hell Hound” to prospective publishers
- Check out her blog as well as following her on the Twitters and the Facebooks
- And there are several literary treats of her’s you can enjoy…