Authors Caitlin Starling and Genevieve Gornichec discuss WALK AMONG US, a 3-novella story collection set in the world of VAMPIRE: THE MASQUERADE. We talk about writing for an established media IP, creative process for an audio-first anthology, and finding new spins on vampire tropes.
Playlist - Writing Media Tie-Ins
BLACK CANARY: BREAKING SILENCE author Alexandra Monir talks about writing for the DC Icons young adult series, adapting the fan-favorite Black Canary and Court of Owls in a prose novel, and how she got the job of writing a major media tie-in.
Prolific writer Brian Keene discusses being part of the writing team for THOR: METAL GODS, a new episodic prose and audio adventure from Serial Box and Marvel.
ORPHAN BLACK: THE NEXT CHAPTER writer Heli Kennedy talks about continuing the story of the hit sci-fi TV show – in two formats: prose, and Tatiana Maslany-narrated audio – for the Serial Box platform.
Keith R.A. DeCandido is a prolific author known for his work with media tie-ins, including Alien, Star Trek, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Doctor Who, and Dungeons and Dragons. His new urban fantasy novel is A FURNACE SEALED (Wordfire Press).
Recorded at Emerald City Comic Con 2019. Featuring David Accampo, Gwenda Bond, Rob Hart, and Brian McClellan. Today's media offers many extraordinary new options to tell your tale and win an audience.
Gwenda Bond is the author of Suspicious Minds, the first official Stranger Things tie-in novel which works as a prequel to the hit Netflix series. It's available now from Del Rey books.
Robin Furth is the author of STEPHEN KING'S THE DARK TOWER: A COMPLETE CONCORDANCE and co-writer of the Marvel Comics DARK TOWER series. She was also a consultant on the recent Dark Tower film.
Lauren Shippen is the writer/creator of THE BRIGHT SESSIONS, a serialized science fiction podcast about people with supernatural abilities - in therapy. Each episode is a therapy session between a patient and an enigmatic psychiatrist.