On this podcast: Publishing is a predominately female staffed business. As that business becomes a digital-first platform, it is running into the world of tech, a historically male centric world. What happens from here and why women still don’t feel confident talking tech are just two of the questions that host Emily Schultz asks Ami Greko in this episode.
We’re happy to announce the first episode of our monthly podcast, Truth & Fiction. Hosted by author Emily Schultz, Truth & Fiction is an hour of open and honest shoptalk between Schultz and writers, journalists and publishers.
For our new video series of authors talking about their Joyland stories, Tobias Carroll discusses "An Old Songwriter's Trick."
For our new video series of authors talking about their Joyland stories, Anne Swan tells us about the origins of "Emote Control" and her fear of Garry Marshall films.
Welcome to the first installment of Joyland TV, featuring performances and short documentaries from our contributors and editors.
A monthly round-up of the goings-on of the editors and authors who bring you Joyland.
3. The Gettin’ Place
People are never coming up to me and asking, “Andrew, where do you get your ideas?” Mostly they want cigarettes or money, neither of which I ever have on me.
Word Brooklyn is a great bookstore that's launching its online ebook storefront. They've invited Joyland to put together a reading and talk this February 8 at 7PM. I'll be reading—maybe from The Consumed Guide, definitely from I, Tania—along with my co-publisher Emily Schultz and Joyland author Jim Hanas. We'll be giving away print copies of Joyland Retro to anyone who buys an ebook in-store. It's a fascinating meeting- halfway-point for anyone following the digital versus brick-and-mortar store discussion.
... a communiqué from Los Angeles editor Mathew Timmons and Insert Blanc Press.