Episode 93 - Interview with Adrian Tchaikovsky

February 13, 2017 00:41:29
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The Creative Writer's Toolbelt
Episode 93 - Interview with Adrian Tchaikovsky
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This episode is an interview with award winning author Adrian Tchaikovsky. Adrian and I talk about the long road to producing publishable quality material, how to work with genres and their tropes, the writer's life, and why it's always helpful to have a contact at the Natural History Museum.

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