Three creators reflect on Folklore in their lives & storytelling: KT Bryski author of Six Stories, Told at Night, Philippa Ballantine, author of Books of the Order, Shifted Worlds & Ministry of Peculiar Occurences series, &
Aaron Mahnke, novelist and creator of the Lore Podcast (TV series coming soon!).
KC Wayland is the creator of We’re Alive, a drama series set in a zombie post-apocalypse that has been downloaded close to 50 million times in podcast form alone. As an artist, KC is trying to redefine the boundaries in audio entertainment and theatrical audio production.
As a professional, he’s recently successfully Kickstarted ‘Lockdown‘, the latest in a continuing series of in-universe We’re Alive stories–oh, and some Hollywood work starring Lawrence Fishburne. Gotta listen to find out (a bit) more! Learn more about KC Wayland at We’reAlive.com.
Bill Doran’s passion for prop design has pushed him to create bigger and more elaborate pieces. In 2012, he turned Punished Props into a full time career with his wife, and later another friend. Bill and Punished Props dedicate themselves to providing fans with the best video tutorials and DIY guide books they can muster. (Support Punished Props on Patreon)
Originally produced under a Creative Commons 3.0 license (by-nc-sa) for Patreon.
Editorial cartoons have come a long way, and Susie Cagle is pushing the medium even further. Susie is a journalist and editorial cartoonist based in Oakland, California. Her work has been commissioned to cover issues of the environment, politics, the sharing economy, capitalism, economics and many more diverse topics.
Produced under a Creative Commons 3.0 license (by-nc-sa) for Patreon.
Hi folks, John Mierau here. I’ve been slammed with projects, so I haven’t posted new interviews here..but I’ve been recording plenty!
One of my audio contract gigs is with Patreon, who’ve entrusted me to create and produce audio interviews with creators and share their stories.
I have editorial control over the interviews, from picking guests to questions asked, so they are very much like the podcast interviews I’ve been under my own flag since 2009. I’ll repost those here, starting with the older ones, as they’re all available under creative commons.