Wait. There are a lot of folks on this one.
You are correct. We’re still test-driving this podcast thing so in this episode, we give you more. Enjoy!
So what will you find on the other side of that play button?
After a patented Chris Horne ramble, we hear from Macon-born novelist and filmmaker Tina McElroy Ansa on what she learned from the late John Oliver Killens, the Macon-born co-founder of the Harlem Writers Guild and author of “Youngblood,” in whose honor we named our conference Crossroads.
Because we’re nearing the beginning of the New Year and we’re all excited about writing more and writing better–but can always use more motivation–we play a clip from NaNoWriMo founder Chris Baty’s keynote at the 2012 Crossroads Writers Conference.
Then we get to a real jewel: An interview with award-winning screenwriter Max Adams who joins Phillip Ramati for a conversation about telling stories with moving pictures.
As promised, here are a bunch of links to more good stuff:
John Oliver Killens in the Georgia Writers Hall of Fame.