Episode 100 – JC Hutchins and Chuck Wendig

On April 24, 2012, in Podcast, by Patrick Hester

In episode 100 of the Functional Nerds podcast, Patrick Hester and John Anealio welcome J.C. Hutchins and Chuck Wendig on to talk about Transmedia.

About J.C: 

J.C. Hutchins is an award-winning fiction and nonfiction storyteller, with 15 years of professional writing experience. His two novels – 7th Son: Descent and Personal Effects: Dark Art — were published in 2009 by St. Martin’s Press.

About Chuck:

Chuck Wendig is equal parts novelist, screenwriter, and game designer. He is the author of the novels DOUBLE DEAD, BLACKBIRDS, and MOCKINGBIRD. In addition, he’s got a metric boatload of writing-related e-books available, including the popular 500 WAYS TO BE A BETTER WRITER. He currently lives in the wilds of Pennsyltucky with wife, dog, and newborn progeny

About Transmedia:

“Transmediation” can refer to the process though which individuals select and translate data to represent it in another media forms. It may utilize more than one media form. All the components of a transmediated work are interlinked with each other to form the whole network. Therefore, transmediated works are closely linked to semiotics and technology in the context of digital media.


© 2012 Patrick Hester and John Anealio

This episode features original music by John Anealio

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3 Responses to Episode 100 – JC Hutchins and Chuck Wendig

  1. […] Functional Nerds interviews JC Hutchins and Chuck Wendig […]

  2. Great conversation, guys.

    I wondered what John and Patrick would do for episode 100…and was not disappointed.

  3. Although ebooks were not really discussed in this episode, that topic has flared up over on the SF Signal blog.

    But yeah, John, I do like the e-ARCs that Angry Robot does. Full of win.

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