May 26, 2020
We are living through a time that could have been born from a fantasy or dystopian novel. So, what would a writer in that genre think about living through a global pandemic? In this episode of Humans, Now and Then, I speak to Russell Nohelty, a USA Today Bestselling author, about his reflection on humanity during a crisis, how his perspective has shaped his creative journey, and how through dark times, he maintains hope for our future.
Russell Nohelty is a USA Today Bestselling author and publisher at Wannabe Press. He’s written comic books like Katrina Hates the Dead, Ichabod Jones: Monster Hunter, and Pixie Dust, along with more than a dozen novels, including his Godsverse Chronicles. He also edits the Cthulhu is Hard to Spell anthology series, and has a very entertaining newsletter, which you can join at www.russellnohelty.com/mail and get a few of his books for free. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and dogs.
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