Episode 010: Writing Series with Bobby Nash & Barry Reese

LanceStarVol1 smTo celebrate the first double-digit episode, we have doubled the guests! This time, Perry is joined once more by returning guest Barry Reese as well as a man who is new to the show, Bobby Nash! Both guests and our host have experience in writing series and that is what they’ve come together to discuss in this episode: how series have influenced pulps in the past, how they are a very, very big part of self-publishing and the key to the success enjoyed by many indie authors, and they discuss what attracts all three of them to this style of writing. They also talk about some of the benefits of writing series, plus some of the pitfalls that you may face.

Find out more about Barry Reese by visiting BarryReese.net and visit Bobby Nash over at BobbyNash.com.

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Percival Constantine

Percival Constantine

Born and raised in the Chicagoland area, Percival Constantine is a graduate of Northeastern Illinois University with a Bachelor of Arts in literature and mass media. In 2005, he began working in the comic book industry as an editor for Making Comics Studios. Since then, he has also worked as a freelance letterer and writer for, among others, AC Comics, Black Glass Press, and Cosmic Times. In 2007, Percival self-published his first novel, Fallen. His second novel, Chasing The Dragon, followed in 2008. With the publication of Love & Bullets in 2010, Percival officially joined the ranks of PulpWork Press. In 2012, he became an editor for Pro Se Productions. He currently resides in southern Japan, where he works as a writer, editor, and teacher. He also hosts a podcast show called The Exploding Typewriter: Pulp Writers on Writing Pulp. For more, visit PercivalConstantine.com.

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