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Welcome to the Storytelling with Seth podcast. Stories are shared because they inspire, educate, and entertain. Listen to conversations about craft, character, and the elements of storytelling that feed our imagination. Hear the insights of the writers, artists, and creators of original stories. Learn more about the voice behind Storytelling with Seth at https://sethsingletonstoryteller.com
 
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A Colorist Interview With Brad Simpson Brad Simpson is a brilliant colorist who has been making his mark in comics for the last 30 years. You can see his brilliant work in titles like Witcher, Crone, Black Stars Above, Bloodborne, Coffin Bound, and so very many more. Brad studied painting in college and used his knowledge of color and tone to trans…
 
A Colorist Interview With Brad Simpson Brad Simpson is a brilliant colorist who has been making his mark in comics for the last 30 years. You can see his brilliant work in titles like Witcher, Crone, Black Stars Above, Bloodborne, Coffin Bound, and so very many more. Brad studied painting in college and used his knowledge of color and tone to trans…
 
About Forever Winter Thirty years after the end of our world, Forever Winter follows a large cast of characters as they live and die in a broken landscape where winter never ends. Following the one clue at his disposal (the name "Elrik”), James Coleman sets out into a post-apocalyptic New England to track down his father's murderer with little more…
 
About Forever Winter Thirty years after the end of our world, Forever Winter follows a large cast of characters as they live and die in a broken landscape where winter never ends. Following the one clue at his disposal (the name "Elrik”), James Coleman sets out into a post-apocalyptic New England to track down his father's murderer with little more…
 
Who is Kayden Phoenix? Kayden Phoenix is a Writer, Director, and a Visionary. Jalisco is the book that introduced me to Phoenix Comics and founder Kayden Phoenix. If there is another Latina Superhero Universe it is nothing like A LA BRAVA. This is the story of answering the question "Why Not?" and the many possibilities the answer is creating. Use …
 
Who is Kayden Phoenix? Kayden Phoenix is a Writer, Director, and a Visionary. Jalisco is the book that introduced me to Phoenix Comics and founder Kayden Phoenix. If there is another Latina Superhero Universe it is nothing like A LA BRAVA. This is the story of answering the question "Why Not?" and the many possibilities the answer is creating. Use …
 
Do you know how to lay down the boogie? Do you like to play that funky music? Yes or no, truth is, the only answer that is right is The Disconauts. The Who? No, The Disconauts. The coolest cats with the freshest steps and the grooves to match. So, lay back, let the funk soothe your soul, and take your ride on an intergalactic voyage. Check out the …
 
Karl Slominski remembers the power of Amblin Entertainment's storytelling. Classics like E.T. and The Goonies filled theaters and became treasured figureheads in many many VHS home collections. Karl created Evermore Falls in the spirit of those grand adventures. Milo and Izzy are the intrepid explorers who undertake a journey of discovery and invit…
 
What happens when a young goblin sets out on a quest into a world that hates him? Eric Grissom and Will Perkins share the journey, the discovery and the wonder that is Goblin. GOBLIN Website: https://www.realmofgoblin.com Contact Eric Grissom Website: https://www.ericgrissom.com Twitter: https://twitter.com/egrissom IG: https://www.instagram.com/eg…
 
Rabbi Harry A. Manhoff was ordained at the Hebrew Union College, Jewish Institute of Religion in 1979. He has a BA from Yale, an MAHL from HUC and completed his doctoral studies with a PhD in Religious Studies from the University of California at Santa Barbara. A lecturer at Saint Mary's College and a full time Congregational Rabbi, Manhoff's docto…
 
The Samurai Slasher Explained The Samurai Slasher is an unstoppable killing machine who hacks, slashes, and stabs his way through anyone that's stupid enough to get in his way. The comic is a mixture of horror, comedy, and the bizarre type of storylines that you'd expect to find in an 80s b-movie. The Kickstarter Explained The Samurai Slasher colle…
 
In 2008, TJ Behe wrote a book called Contraband and it was published by Slave Labor Graphics. It's just a few years later and Contraband is being rereleased by Markosia. Mainstream social is DEAD! ​ Content censorship, sponsored spam, cancel culture and inciter-banning means everyone who's anyone is on the dark web. And no one knows it better than …
 
The Sprite And The Gardener is the creation of the talented Rii Abrego and Joe Whitt. It's the story of a sprite named Wisteria who befriends a girl named Elena. Together with a few other spritely friends they work to transform the garden Elena's mother loves into an enchanted wonderland. And in the end, like all great stories, it is about friendsh…
 
Music Inspiring Cinematic, John Yasut https://pixabay.com/music/main-title-inspiring-cinematic-3681/ Cover Art Photo by Mitch Rosen on Unsplash Stealth Hammer Kickstarter - https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/stealth-hammer/stealth-hammer-superhero-meets-sci-fi-tech-and-mytholog Luna and Simon Bizarre Bacteria and Peculiar Plasma - https://www.and…
 
Alka Joshi is a brilliant writer. Her debut novel The Henna Artist is on the New York and L.A. Times bestseller lists. Alka is also a former classmate and a gracious guest. In less than one hour she reveals the story behind her first book why it is more important to write a book that matters than getting published, and why being vulnerable when we …
 
Meet Rodney Barnes and Selina Espiritu. Together they have created the original story of Quincredible. A Conversation Interrupted This was a great conversation that started with a speed bump. Approximately 12 minutes into our call we lost connection with Selina. Rodney was able to stay on for the whole call but we both wanted to hear what Selina ha…
 
Dangerous Words with Helen Quigley — British Voiceover and Audio Producer — Episode #90 I first spoke with Helen Quigley on an interview with the crew from Unsinkable. By the end of our chat I realized that I still had questions for Helen. Helen graciously agreed to come on for a follow-up interview. It was a chance to learn all about her journey t…
 
Part 2 of A Contract with God with Matt B. Lloyd of DC Comics News and Classic Comics About Will Eisner WILL EISNER was born William Erwin Eisner on March 6, 1917 in Brooklyn, New York. By the time of his death on January 3, 2005, following complications from open heart surgery, Eisner was recognized internationally as one of the giants in the fiel…
 
About Will Eisner WILL EISNER was born William Erwin Eisner on March 6, 1917 in Brooklyn, New York. By the time of his death on January 3, 2005, following complications from open heart surgery, Eisner was recognized internationally as one of the giants in the field of sequential art, a term he coined. In a career that spanned nearly seventy years a…
 
Continuing the conversation with the creative team behind the Audio Drama Unsinkable. John Mawson Writer, Co-Director, Exec Producer, Misha Crosby Co-Director, Exec Producer, Andrew Mark Sewell B7 Media Producer and Director, Helen Quigley Voice Actor and B7 Media Producer, and Director Jack Bowman Unsinkable The story of a ship that would not sink…
 
The Unsinkable Team Interview Part 1 — Episode 85 Join the creative team behind the Audio Drama Unsinkable. John Mawson Writer, Co-Director, Exec Producer, Misha Crosby Co-Director, Exec Producer, Andrew Mark Sewell B7 Media Producer and Director, Helen Quigley Voice Actor and B7 Media Producer, and Director Jack Bowman Unsinkable The story of a sh…
 
Author Interview with Andrew Shanahan Episode 84 About Before and After Ben Stone is terrified. He's terrified because he weighs 601 pounds and needs his right leg amputating. He's terrified because a crane will shortly lift him from his fourth-floor flat and lower him 44 feet to an ambulance waiting below. He's terrified because he hasn't been out…
 
Space Bastards Writers Joe Aubrey and Eric Peterson — Episode 83 Eric Peterson and Joe Aubrey are the brilliant creators of Space Bastards. Only a small segment of the universe is capable of working for the Intergalactic Postal Service and David S. Proton is about to find out why. He'll meet Postmaster General Roy Sharpton and the brutal Manny Corn…
 
Author Interview Part 2 With "The Vain" Writer Eliot Rahal And Tony Farina — Episode 82 Whoa! Have you listened to Part 1 of this conversation on Indie Comics Spotlight? That's right it is time for another collaboration episode. This is Part 2 of the conversation between Eliot Rahal, Tony Farina, and yours truly. In Part 1, Tony and I missed the op…
 
Episode 81 — Scripted Audio Interview with Jack Bowman Jack is an experienced, multi-award-winning Audio Fiction Writer, Director and Producer with sixteen years experience across the disciplines of Audio Drama/Podcast Production. He also has extensive experience of theatre direction and venue management as well. Currently based in Elstree, Herts, …
 
Author Interview with Ja'Quintin Means Episode #80 Ja’Quintin Means is a published author, researcher, brewer, and lecturer. His research, lectures, and writings are in the realm of secret societies, symbolism, esoteric alchemy, modern magic, and history. He is on a path of self-discovery to unlock the secrets of the universe. To Find the novel Wil…
 
Artist Interview with Thanos Dreamlands Epics and Lives - Episode #79 Dreamlands: Lives and Epics is not what it sounds like. There is another world for you to discover, a world with magic, Elves, Dragons, Dwarves and Giants. It is a world with many things to write about. A world that has ended... As the last survivor of a magic-polluting catastrop…
 
Episode 78 with Indie Author, Actor, and Storyteller Megan O'Russell Megan O'Russell is the author of several Young Adult series that invite readers to escape into worlds of adventure. From Girl of Glass, which blends dystopian darkness with the heart-pounding danger of vampires, to Ena of Ilbrea, which draws readers into an epic world of magic and…
 
Allyship, Z-Hawk, and No Moore Watchmen - Episode 77 Allyship with Dr. Sarah Webb and Dr. Jandel Crutchfield https://colorismhealing.com/how-to-be-an-ally/ Stories From The Pitch https://www.elevation5280sports.com The Legend of Z-Hawk and Zaadii and the comic by Gail Simone https://drive.google.com/file/d/1fT-hdFbkTPxMEtgKdg1UIo_2EFffHj7p/view Epi…
 
Justin Greenwood Part 2 with Tony Farina Part 2 of the amazing conversation with Tony Farina of Indie Comics Spotlight from Comics in Motion. Justin is the amazing artwork behind such legendary comics as Stumptown, Wasteland, and Crone. Make sure to hear part one of this awesome conversation on Indie Comics Spotlight on Comics in Motion and then ca…
 
Welcome to Storytelling with Seth This is Episode Episode #75 Featuring Master Talk with Brenden Today I am talking with the creator of Master Talk - Brenden Kumarasamy. Brendan was inspired to create a YouTube channel that reveals his insights to public speaking Brendan has presented over 500 Cases in a competition similar to a business olympics. …
 
The Superman Voice, Calvin Ellis, Wall of Moms, and NASA's Lessons Learned on Episode 74 The Superman Voice https://tremg.info/2020/07/10/the-superman-voice/ On This Earth Superman's Name Is Calvin Ellis https://tremg.info/2020/07/16/on-this-earth-supermans-name-is-calvin-ellis/ Wall of Moms https://thewallofmoms.com Washington Post https://www.was…
 
Welcome to Storytelling with Seth This is Episode #73. Today I am talking with the creator of The Epics of Enkidu - Ahmed Alameen. Ahmed was inspired by his nephew to help spread awareness about Autism through a unique story. He has published novels under the pen name A. H. Amin and became a national best seller with the fiction thriller, Psychs. T…
 
Welcome to Storytelling with Seth This is Episode #72 The Road to Delano with John DeSimone My conversation with John begins with his novel The Road to Delano. Together we walked through California's history. We started with Cesar Chavez and the rights of farm workers. Next we discussed the moral premise that is the backdrop for this story of Adria…
 
Welcome to Storytelling with Seth This is Episode #71 Meet Sam Dossa AKA Coach Sam UK Sam started as a coach within the Youth Sector in 2007 under the banner of Kindle Your True Power® He is recognized as one of the UK’s top trainers and coaches. Sam has trained and spoke to over 8,000 young adults. Now, Sam has over 12 years of extensive working e…
 
A Year of Personal Bests with Tony Loyd Welcome to Storytelling with Seth This is Episode #70. In Tony’s own words: "In December 2018, I told a friend, "I don't want to be alive." I didn't want to harm myself. I just didn't get the point. After years as a corporate executive and after launching a startup company, I just didn't understand the point …
 
Welcome to Storytelling with Seth This is Episode #69 Reconnecting with Dr. Sarah Webb during Social Distancing The COVID-19 Epidemic has changed our landscape as a people, a community and a country. New terms like social distancing and shelter-at-home or shelter-in-place have created a sense of isolation for so many. But, it has also led to a resu…
 
Welcome to Storytelling with Seth This is episode #68 The Coronavirus has changed the landscape of our country and world in just a few short weeks. The recent advancement of shelter in place recommendations can feel restrictive and confining. Many authors, musicians, and artists have taken to social media to share their art. Some read books, others…
 
Welcome to Episode #67 of Storytelling with Seth It's time for another great interview! Stories are created by the few who choose to turn a dream into their profession. It's a legacy of possibility that inspires the future. This is the Story of Christina DuVarney: Christina DuVarney is the founder of Beautiful Disaster. A movement with a mission th…
 
Welcome to Season 3 of Storytelling with Seth This is Episode 2! March 1-7 is Will Eisner Week. Who was Will Eisner? He was one of the first comic book artists and the creator of the syndicated newspaper comic strip The Spirit. He also created one of the first graphic novels. 'A Contract with God defined the graphic novel format and cemented it as …
 
Transitioning from the old year to the new takes more than one night of celebration on December 31st. Which is why it took over a month to get started on this highlights episode and set a course for 2020. The close of 2019 saw some great guests like Bill Protzmann of Music Cares and his Silver Bullet Playlist in November. #SilverBulletPlaylist So w…
 
Follow the Links Below for More Ways to Find Bill Protzmann Bill Protzmann's Website http://www.billprotzmann.com/?utm_medium=social&utm_source=linktree&utm_campaign=bill%20protzmann%27s%20website Music Care Website https://www.musiccare.net/?utm_medium=social&utm_source=linktree&utm_campaign=music%20care%20website Books By Bill More Than Human: Th…
 
Time for a new episode of Storytelling with Seth This week covers violent video games, a new game about Ancestors that has no rules, Children talk climate change, a Santa Monica librarian makes the case for comic books, and the rise of elder gamers. The frustrating, enduring debate over video games - https://www.vox.com/2019/8/26/20754659/video-gam…
 
Its story time! Its season 2 of Storytelling with Seth Time for a fresh take on the stories that we tell, live, and share. This week includes: Carli Lloyd's 57-yard field goal at a Philadelphia Eagles practice. A look back at the US Women's National Team amazing World Cup summer. The changes to the Statue of Liberty poem Spiderman's: Sony vs. Marve…
 
*A Living Library in Fredericton https://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/new-brunswick/living-library-fredericton-multicutural-association-1.4612003?cmp=rss *The Artist Who Draws Israeli and Palestinian superheroes https://www.reuters.com/article/us-israel-artist/from-batman-to-holy-land-comics-artist-sees-heroes-on-all-sides-idUSKCN1TL19P?utm_source=applen…
 
The Weekly Wrap on Storytelling with Seth ‘Batman’ Comic Writer Tom King to Co-Write ‘The New Gods’ Screenplay With Ava DuVernay https://www.thewrap.com/batman-tom-king-new-gods-ava-duvernay/ * The master of Mister Miracle dives into Jack Kirby's Fourth World Did ancient supernovae prompt human ancestors to walk upright? https://www.sciencedaily.co…
 
*How Action is the Story in John Wick 3: Parabellum https://www.slashfilm.com/john-wick-action-storytelling-influences/ * Gun-fu is the combination of Japanese jiu-jitsu, Brazilian jiu-jitsu, tactical 3-gun, and standing Judo. It is rooted in Wuxia and can be traced back to the Qin dynasty. *Weapon Brown — The ReInvention of Charlie Brown http://ww…
 
*Science Fiction Doesn’t Have to Be Dystopian By Joyce Carol Oates Does Ted Chiang’s new collection of stories — Exhalation — support the claim that technology can be a force for human—and robotic—good? * If God Is Dead Your Time Is Everything https://www.newyorker.com/magazine/2019/05/20/if-god-is-dead-your-time-is-everything By James Wood Savagel…
 
Remembering Mother’s Day, two legendary names on one date in history, and more on this edition of the Weekly Wrap. * Find me On Social Media Instagram https://www.instagram.com/seththewriter/ Twitter https://twitter.com/1MoreSingleton Facebook https://www.facebook.com/SethSingletonStoryteller/ --- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest …
 
On a Road to Self Acceptance with Tara Massan and Seth Singleton We start out with the weather. The Butte and Camp Fires have made the air quality in Oakland very dangerous. I share a few personal examples including the joys and discomforts of wearing an air mask on a daily basis. Tara is enjoying a snowstorm that she describes as normal for where …
 
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