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Welcome to the Art of Show, where we feature the people who are creating amazing stories for kids. Join us as we chat with childrens book illustrators and authors, storyboardists, animators and more. Now, their art might be for kids but … aren't we all just kids at heart?
 
On the Win-Grin podcast, we highlight the stories and experiences of some of the country’s top community marketers as they share how they’ve promoted their companies and helped their communities, all at the same time. Many people see community marketing as a dollar-for-dollar profit-making transaction. Yet, a lot of individuals are positively impacted by these deals when done the right way. Discover valuable tips and advice on thriving in the marketing scene here at Win-grin Podcast: Support ...
 
Hi readers, welcome to Literary Gupshup, Pune's first podcast on literature and writing. I, Vikas Prakash Joshi, your host and founder, will interview Pune's best known writers, translators and creative personalities to answer the questions you had but were too scared to ask. "How does one improve as a writer?" "How difficult is it to get published?" "How do you market yourself as a writer?" These are just some of the questions that I answer through these podcasts. For guys and girls new to ...
 
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Franchising is all about finding the right people to partner with. You will be giving up a certain amount of control when you franchise, so finding the right partner is a must. Learn how to franchise so that you can align your values with your employees and customers. Learn all that and more with your host Evan Brandoff and his guest, David Bloom. …
 
This week we chat with fellow podcaster and all around great guy Nick Patton! Nick is the host of the Picturebooking podcast as well as an accomplished illustrator. We get into the story behind his podcast as well as the lessons he has learned interviewing some of the top authors and illustrators in the children's book industry!…
 
This week we chat with Illustrator Jessie Sima. Learn how she went from submitting crowd sourced t-shirt designs to published author. Also find out how unicorns don't always have to be super corny!Shownote and Video @http://bit.ly/2icLYO5Autor: Aspiring children's book illustrator Brandon Cullum
 
Samantha Youssef is a feature film character animator and visual development artist. She has worked with Disney animation as well as Ubisoft. Drawing from her background in ballet Samantha teaches other artists how to apply the principles of movement and form in their work through Studio Technique. She currently teaches clients all over the enterta…
 
We chat with Mike Curato about his children's book illustration career as well as what it is like to develop a character for over a decade! Mike has two books coming out in August: All the Way to Havana and Little Elliot Fall Friends. We get into the development and illustration process that goes into both!www.brandoncullum.com/34…
 
At the age of seven, Varsha Seshan discovered she wanted--and could be--a writer. Since then, there has been no looking back. She wrote through her college years at Junior Herald, the children's supplement of Maharashtra Herald, where over 20 stories of hers were published. The budding writer has now blossomed into a confident author for children w…
 
'Sowmya will not be quiet'. Author of the best-selling and hilarious Mayil will not be quiet, Sowmya Rajendran has written eight books for children and now has launched her first book for adults titled The Lesson. A feminist to the core, Sowmya Rajendran takes on trolls and makes it clear that they will not deter her from speaking her mind, warns t…
 
Deepak Dalal, son of celebrity chef and author Tarla Dalal, threw away his chemical engineering career to write 'Indian stories' for children who till then only had Hardy Boys and Sherlock Holmes to read. His books span the vast diverse landscapes of India, from the breathtaking Lakshadweep to Ranthambore, from the mysterious Andamans to Ladakh to …
 
Leela Gour Broome, born to a Dutch mother and Maharashtrian father, loves nature, words and playing pranks (not necessarily in that order). A true Fauji brat, having lived for nine years on a tea plantation near Kodaikanal in Tamil Nadu, her love for nature shines through in her two books for children The Red Kite Adventure and Flute in the Forest.…
 
Literary Gupshup comes to you this week from the cultural capital of Gujarat-Baroda! We chat up Vikrant Pande, translator of Marathi classics like Rau, Shala and Shrimaan Yogi. In his day job, he is the provost of Team Lease University and passionate about skill development. Listen in as he discusses finding a publisher, daily practice and keeping …
 
Funny, sarcastic, witty but never dull-Gouri Dange needs no introduction. She is in a sense the true Puneri writer. As a columnist, novelist, writer, essayist, editor and now parental advice giver, she continues to entertain two generations. Here she opens up about who she really is.Autor: VIKAS JOSHI
 
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