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Best Hybrid Pub Scout podcasts we could find (updated November 2019)
Best Hybrid Pub Scout podcasts we could find
Updated November 2019
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We're Emily Einolander and Corinne Kalasky and we're mapping the frontier between traditional and indie publishing. We interview people from all over the industry—publishers, marketers, publicists, editors, and authors. Whether they be self-published, small press, or from the corporate Big 5 publishers, we want to hear from everyone! And we also talk some crap in the process, because otherwise what fun would we be?Opinions don't reflect those of our employers. [Theme song by Amy Hakanson | L ...
 
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It’s our very first live podcast AND the very first installment of our “Business of Being an Author” series, held at the lovely Jan’s Bookstore in downtown Beaverton. Emily talks to three women who work with authors on the reg—marketing/PR professionals Mary Bisbee-Beek and Tara Lehmann, and graphic designer Courtney Clarke. They chat about the ...…
 
Enter for a chance to win "The Untouched Crime" by Zijin Chen, translated by Michelle Deeter: https://hybridpubscout.com/giveaways/win-untouched-crime/Chinese to English translator and interpreter Michelle Deeter joins us for an episode about the world of literature in translation, during which we learn about Amazon Crossing—an imprint that Ama ...…
 
CW: for child abuse at 33:02. Also racist tweets and disgusting keyboards.It’s the most wonderful time of the year! We chat about literary horror queen Shirley Jackson’s infamous short story, The Lottery, which, upon publication in The New Yorker in 1948, inspired thousands of people to wring their hands and gnash their teeth and write angry le ...…
 
In the midst of a more-scandalous-than-usual news cycle, Ian Doescher joins us to talk about his new political satire, MacTrump. MacTrump gives an over-the-top (or over the top-er) version of the first two years of the Trump Administration, all in 5 act format, all in iambic pentameter. If you're needing a more long-form laugh than 240 characte ...…
 
On this episode, we talk to agenting powerhouse Devra Jacobs, who’s worn more hats than we can count over the course of her career. After selling mind/body/spirit magazine Mystic Pop, she decided to switch gears entirely to being a literary agent, much to the benefit of her lucky clients. We chat about the quickest ways to get your manuscript r ...…
 
On this very special episode about publishing enthusiast Benjamin Franklin’s little-known contribution to troll culture, we gab about the occult, Quakers, the Jersey Devil, and the 18th century version of flame wars--pamphlet feuds! We also cover the forthcoming installation of B&N’s new (British!) CEO and his ultimate dream to botox the compan ...…
 
In this episode, we talk to Portland author Jasmine Gower, who has the amazingly good fortune to play auntie to not one but three sweet cats. Jasmine has exuded authorial authority since she was FIVE YEARS OLD and decided to make her own books—we're talking covers made of cereal boxes and the whole shebang! Jasmine discusses her recent graduati ...…
 
In this episode we’re joined by Nellie McKesson, founder of publishing software startup Hederis and owner of tuxedo cat Cool Runnings! (emphasis ours) Nellie started her career on a Craigslist link and a prayer at a tiny math journal publisher in Boston. From there, she moved on to production editing at O’Reilly Media, and then to Macmillan, he ...…
 
What is a woman equally enamored of romance novels and women’s studies to become? A bookstore owner, of course! In this episode, we talk to Lori Carroll, owner of Jan’s Books in downtown Beaverton—a suburb of Portland—who wants you to know that being a feminist and loving bodice rippers are NOT mutually exclusive! She tells Emily why she thinks ...…
 
What happens when you don't follow your dreams right away? What if you pursue an entirely different path and then remember later on what you had wanted long ago? Ardi Alspach, children's editor at Sterling Publishing, shows us that it's never too late to get back into your field of dreams (sorry...couldn't help it!). She talks to us about her e ...…
 
A formerly subscriber-only podcast pinch-hits for our hosts, who were both traveling this week. Listen to this quick episode wherein Emily's wise-ass husband reads a chapter from Marie Robinson's reverse harem romance Stone and Ash (with the author's permission, naturally). Get ready for some more sexy dragons, because they're lighting it up.…
 
Adam O’Brien is an editor at Sterling Publishing specializing in a variety of non-fiction: all manners of memoir and humorous essay collections, in particular. We chat about the differences between working for a Big 5 house as opposed to a mid-sized one, how nice it is when a celebrity rumored to be a sweetheart actually IS a sweetheart (lookin ...…
 
Erin Klassen, editor in chief of With/out Pretend, joins Emily and Corinne to talk about collaboration, discovering new artistic voices, and the true meaning of self-care and vulnerability. She also tells us who her favorite Kid in the Hall is.With/out Pretend is an independent Toronto-based publisher focused on producing, promoting and distrib ...…
 
Erin Pehlivan, writer and founding editor of Return Trip, joins Emily and Corinne to talk about the moments of change that travel inspires, what goes into creating a publication with a new perspective on a popular subject, and how to make the most out of being part of the publishing community.By Hybrid Pub Scout Podcast
 
Michelle McCann has been working in book publishing since 1991, and she's still as enthusiastic about it as ever. She chats with Corinne and Emily about her lifelong love of kid's books, her nomination for this year's Oregon Book Award, the many publishing hats she's worn over the years...and, of course, how Tinkerbell follows her own rules!…
 
Frances Kingsley, a self-published author with a traditional secret identity, joins Emily and Corinne to compare and contrast writing for trad and self-pub writing. We also share our Great British Baking Show crushes.By Hybrid Pub Scout Podcast
 
Shelley Pearson joins Emily and Corinne to talk about her self-published YA book Book Smarts and Tender Hearts, which has been nominated for a 2019 Oregon Book Award.Shelley talks with Emily and Corinne about making friends with strangers the old fashioned way—through placing an ad in a magazine! Other topics include: writing mentorship, managi ...…
 
Weird how when you're doing something that you love, that provides valuable information, and that's valuable to humanity, you're made to feel guilty about getting paid for it, huh? I'm sure none of our trade and self-publishing folks on here can relate (jk lol). Former biophysicist and current data scientist Jahed Momand joins us to talk about ...…
 
If you love books as much as we do, chances are you have daydreamed about being a librarian at least once. Wonder of wonders! Today's your lucky day. You get to hear from Chris Curran, a library assistant in Sacramento, about the boots-on-the-ground life of a librarian. Not only do we talk about the purpose of providing information to the publi ...…
 
Ever thought of opening your own publishing company? This week Emily interviews Joe Biel, founder and manager of Microcosm Publishing, who decided to do just that starting as a teenager. With 23 years of experience publishing books and zines, hustling at conferences and book fairs, and learning book business the hard way, he's now sharing his k ...…
 
Warning: This episode is VERY NSFW. Emily gets a bit carried away this week with guest hosts Brianne Marie Robinson and Brian Palmer, also known as B.C. Palmer in his career as an urban fantasy author. Bri and Brian discuss their careers as indie authors as well as their experiences editing series and supervising ghost writers. There are a few ...…
 
Ghostwriter Charlee Hoffman joins us to discuss her career in publishing, from her days working at New York literary agencies to her current gig ghostwriting in the self publishing world. We talk about the value of story, the enduring value of the book, niche marketing lessons that traditional publishing can take from self-publishing, and rambu ...…
 
It's new year new you time...hybrid pub style. We interview Emily Han of Lyrical Editing, a freelance developmental editor who has worked on mind, body, spirit books for traditional publishers as well as independent authors. We also talk about our bookish goals for 2019 and muse about Murakami, time management, and psychedelics.…
 
Emily chats with Brian W. Parker, co-owner of Believe in Wonder Publishing. He and his wife Josie write, illustrate, publish, and sell stories of magic and imagination to children in the Pacific Northwest and beyond. He talks about balancing the creative side of the work with marketing and publicity, all the while parenting young kids. Brian tr ...…
 
It's a Thanksgiving miracle! Corinne is finally reading again. We have a short chat about this joyous news on a day off from our publishing work.By Hybrid Pub Scout Podcast
 
Emily and Corinne interview publishing consultant and book publicist Mary Bisbee-Beek about her eclectic career working in the Bay Area and beyond. She tells us about the trifecta that makes for the perfect publicity campaign and some of her most cherished projects. Emily and Corinne also discuss a recent Buzzfeed piece about the self-help best ...…
 
WARNING: This episode is full of cusses and also (sometimes graphic) descriptions of murder. ALSO IF YOU DON'T SHARE WITH 10 PEOPLE YOU WILL RECEIVE DEEP LACERATIONS ON EACH.It's our most favorite of holidays: Halloween. We're celebrating by talking about one of the earliest forms of online storytelling: the Creepypasta. Also, Corinne details s ...…
 
Publicist extraordinaire Tara Lehmann joins Emily and Corinne to talk about the exciting world of children's books and recount her grand tour of Michigan, ending at the Grand Hotel of Somewhere in Time fame. What, you haven't seen it? At least stay for the fudge and horses.Content does not reflect the opinions of our employers in any way, and a ...…
 
Emily interviews PDX-based print coordinator Jessica Clark about the unsung hero of traditional publishing: paper. We also take a dive into the totally-legit Amazon reviews of "Wasted: Tales of a GenX Drunk." Because you have to laugh so you don't cry.Corinne is out at PNBA and I cry a silent tear.By Hybrid Pub Scout Podcast
 
CW: Explicit content and railing against colonizers.At the suggestion of Marie Robinson, Emily's husband J.T. reads aloud from the first in her Magical Kingdom reverse-harem romance series Stone & Fire (available now from Amazon). You've heard about it in Episode 4. We've gone on about it in the newsletter. Now you get a sneak peek of the sexy, ...…
 
This episode tells what HPS is all about: Bringing together traditional and self-publishers together for some (gender inclusive) YA-YA SISTERHOOD.In other words, we talk about our goal of navigating all the ins and outs of publishing from going it alone as a self-published author, to taking the corporate publishing route, to small presses, and ...…
 
Episode 5: Fun Amazon Factoids by Hybrid Pub Scout PodcastBy Hybrid Pub Scout Podcast
 
Self-published author Brianne Marie Robinson joins us to talk about the travails of making a living as a self-published romance author. We discuss enduring the hailstorms and random geysers of Amazon's changing terms of service, male pregnancy, and sexy bigfoots (among other things). We also talk about her brand new reverse harem romance Stone ...…
 
We started out wanting to address the recent-ish Forbes article recommending libraries be replaced with Amazon stores. This led into a discussion of skyrocketing rents and gentrification in Seattle. And somehow we got to talking about how I once made my mom smuggle a frog out of the library in her purse. (And yes, Mom, I realized after recordin ...…
 
Small, scrappy indies on the West Coast. Big 5 tastemakers in New York. Corinne Kalasky's worked with both, and snuck stint at a midlevel Nashville publisher in there too. We talk imaginary friends, Poland, prophetic grandmas, violin prodigies, and Instapot marketing victories. Also, I recruit her to co-host the podcast. NBD.…
 
When Maeko graduated from Portland State's graduate program in Publishing, she had no idea she'd be the head of a publishing company within the year. But in indie publishing, sometimes being the boss means being LITERALLY EVERYTHING.Maeko gives her first impressions on working as the "everything" for Bona Fide books in Tahoe, California. We tal ...…
 
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