In Episode 10 of the Indie Pub, Author and professional designer K.M. Alexander talks book maps. These are a few of the specific maps he discusses if you want to check them out while you listen along.
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Episode 2: This week in the pub, author and NaNoWriMo staff alum Lindsey Grant and I dive into the ways National Novel Writing Month has evolved and how the program has impacted independent and self publishers. We also talk favorite gins, alternative recipes, and thinking outside the box when it comes to tonic water.
Our Drink for this episode is The Negroni, a bitter classic of the cocktail world. It’s smooth, strong, and versatile. Perfect for any occasion that needs a bright red smile-bringer.
1oz Sweet (red) Vermouth
Build in a rocks glass with ice. Stir until well chilled. After stirring, light a match and squeeze the oil of a thumb sized patch of orange peel though the flame and over the surface. Drop in the peel and Enjoy.
Lindsey Grant is the author of of the memoir Sleeps with Dogs, the upcoming writer’s workbook Ready, Set, Memoir (out in May), and co-author of Ready, Set, Novel.
Be sure to check out Lindsey Grant and her work.
You can get her books here.
Episode 3: We have a little something different for you in the pub this week. We’re talking with Will Munn and Drew Gerken, two of the creators of Arium, an indie published tabletop role playing game or TTRPG focused on broad and diverse story creation. We also have our first non-alcoholic episode and we’re sipping a few different rooibos chais along with our discussion. Like any good pub, we strive to cater to lots of tastes, boozy or not.
In this episode, we discuss what Arium is, how it differs from other TTRPGs like D&D, as well as some of the parallels and key differences indie game publishing has to indie book publishing. There’s been a lot of well deserved buzz surrounding Arium and after interviewing these two, it’s easy to see why. Definitely give this a listen whether you’re into gaming or not. The process is fascinating.
Our Drink for this episode is rooibos chai. We each came with our own version but as with most chai and most rooibos teas, they were all fantastic.
Will had Harney & Sons: Rooibos Chai
Drew had August Uncommon Tea: Biarritz – Velvety Rooibos with Amaretto and Orange Blossom
I had Teekanne: New York Chai
For more info and Arium and its creators, check out the links below.
Arium Website: adepticarus.com
Arium Twitter: @AdeptIcarus
Arium Facebook: @AdeptIcarus
Drew Gerken Website: drewgerken.com
Drew Gerken Twitter @wordrew
Drew Gerken Instagram: @wordrew
Will Munn Twitter: @WLMunn
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The day is finally here. Episode one of the my new podcast, The Indie Pub, is finally here. It’s a casual interview show that pairs topics in and around self and indie publishing with a drink chosen by our guest.
This week, we have author K.M. Alexander discussing what it takes to adapt a mythos into our own writing. To help us along, we’re imbibing a custom cocktail called the Pallid Mask. We created this drink to pair with a reading her was doing for the King County Library System and we decided it would be the perfect drink for our cosmic horror tinged discussion.