Working Class Creatives: A Podcast

Not too terribly long ago my Patreon reached its first milestone of $50 per month. I do this thing where when we reach some, I offer my patrons some sort of group reward. The $50 reward was that I’d refine my textual updates into a regular podcast where I’d talk about my process.

Well, like I usually do, I went overboard. It’s not my fault, really; I just sort of floated the idea of maybe having a guest host or doing an interview of one of my fellow writers or artists and was swamped with responses.

So instead, my simple idea of a development log turned into a bi-weekly interview podcast.

Working Class Creatives

Every other week I’ll be talking to another creative professional about their path, their secrets, and their missteps. On the off-weeks I’ll record special Patreon patron-only bonus episodes that might be closer to my original conception of a dev log, or they might be off-topic non-interview discussions with other creatives I know.

We’ll see how it all sorts out, aye?

Today’s interview is with audiodrama producer and writer Paul Sating. Go on over to Working Class Creatives and give it a listen.

Michael Coorlim

Michael Coorlim is a teller of strange stories for stranger people. He collects them, the oddballs. The mystics and fire-spinners, the sages and tricksters. He curates their tales, combines their elements and lets them rattle around inside his rock-tumbler skull until they gleam, then spills them loose onto the page for like-minded readers to enjoy.

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