Todd Downing describes himself as the “complete creative” because, like many in our audience, he wears a lot of creative hats.
In this first of two episodes, we learn about how his Airship Daedalus series developed, including the Greek myth of Icarus and other influences. He also takes us through his art for the series since he created the covers.
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Note: Due to life :), I need to publish the last four episodes of this season weekly rather than two per week (since these are two-part interviews). I know it’s not preferred, but thanks for understanding the constraints!
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Show Notes: What You’ll Find in Episode 57
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Personal Update by Host Cindy Grigg
Here’s what I’ve been up to:
I’m refining the first book in my Norse mythology steampunk series Peacock Lavine and the Aetherian Fates of Nott for its beta release in September 2019.
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Interview With Todd Downing (Part 1)
Todd not only writes and records audio, but he also does his own covers. In this first part of our chat, he takes us through his long-form fiction as well as an anthology set in the same world.
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