With Zach still on the road, J. Thorn is joined by Luke Kondor and Daniel Willcocks from Hawk & Cleaver. Together with J., they discuss the pros and cons of running a fiction podcast and more:
- The latest claim that print is dead, brought to you by the New York Times CEO
- Is there still a marketplace for premium content?
- How Hawk & Cleaver has built the success of The Other Stories and their other podcasts
- The importance of experimenting with different business strategies and even entirely new business models
- The pros and cons of running a fiction podcast
- Monetizing podcasts
- How to decide if podcasting is for you
- How to get started with your first podcast
- The importance of building a community around your podcast
- How their experience with Hawk & Cleaver has helped Luke and Daniel grow as creators
Part of the Hawk & Cleaver fiction podcast collective, The Other Stories is a modern take on The Twilight Zone, Tales from the Crypt, and The Outer Limits. The Other Stories tells fresh, unique stories every Monday, with new themes every month.
The Career Author Podcast is a podcast where co-authors J. Thorn and Zach Bohannon share their struggles and successes as full-time authors, advice for improving your writing craft, and honest discussions of what it takes to build a successful career as an author.
Special thanks to our newest Patrons: Lori Drake, Michael Robertson, L.D. Fox, Rebecca Adams, Chuck Buda.
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