Download this episode: Episode 11
The eleventh episode of the writing podcast, The Process. Hosted by Kurtis J. Wiebe, Ryan Lindsay, and Jeremy Holt, The Process takes aim at the comic writing industry with the high hope of tackling a stack of interesting topics from collaboration to publication.
Wow Factor – A discussion about our favourite comic moments of the week, be it a specific panel, page or collection of pages. This episode Kurtis bucks convention and chooses an experience with a retailer that impressed him, Ryan loves The Secret of D.B. Cooper and Jeremy picks Rebel Blood.
Progress Report – The gents chat about their victories in personal writing projects. Ryan talks about some great news in relation to a published novel and his Daredevil: Devil’s in the Details book. Kurtis shares some insight into his learning process with balancing travel, work and home life as well as some exciting freelancing work and finally his move to Vancouver. Jeremy talks about getting ready for Emerald City Comic Con with a few pitches and sitting down with a new artist and the reality of his 5 year plan which leads to an interesting talk about Kickstarter and Indiegogo.
Grill ‘Em! – We open the floor to you the listener.
Phil Butehorn on Facebook asks, “How much does it usually cost when putting together a pitch? How do you put together a budget for it?”
The Process – The heart of The Process series where the hosts talk about their personal spin on the creative development of their projects. Managing your scripts – What, if any, elements of your script are the most important for an artist to keep intact? Or do you give them free reign of it after final revisions are complete?
The Roundtable – An open talk about a random comic related topic, this week the boys discuss the art of the pitch – What are things to be mindful of when pitching via online submissions and/or in person at a convention?
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Intro/Outtro music: “Ladies and Gentlemen” by Cold Blood Club