Translation is fantastically complex. In this episode Lari and Alex help us navigate those complexities, both from the standpoint of the translator, and from the standpoint of the author seeking to have their work translated.
Credits: This episode was mastered by Alex Jackson
What’s it like to write under a deadline which has been set for your project by someone else? What strategies might help you bring the writing in under the deadline? Can you train yourself to be ready for this?
Those are all good questions. Hopefully we won’t run out of time to come up with answers…
Credits: This episode was recorded by Dan Thompson, and mastered by Alex Jackson.
Your Hosts: Dan, Mary Robinette, and Lari, with special guest Erin Roberts
Erin Roberts joins us for a discussion of short story markets—a topic which is very susceptible to “churn” because of the way short story markets come and go. We cover how to research and evaluate the various markets based on what youneed from publication, and what you might reasonably expect from them.
Credits: This episode was recorded remotely during the Great Isolation, and mastered by Alex Jackson.
Your Hosts: Brandon, Howard, and Dan with special guest David Weber
David Weber joined us at NASFIC to talk about the importance of risking failure on any path (especially a writer’s path) to success–whether you’re risking rejection in the submission process, or the possibility that the book you write won’t be the amazing thing you’ve been imagining.
If you’re currently feeling the need to be out of excuses, this episode might be exactly what you’re looking for.
Credits: This episode was recorded live at NASFIC by Dan Thompson, and mastered by Alex Jackson
In this episode we’ll be talking about the things we do to stay creative, productive, healthy, and happy. For the purposes of this discussion, “mental wellness” is not about coping with mental illness, it’s about self-care.