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QUACKCAST Episode 11 Part 2 - Amelius and Evil Emperor Nick Continue Invading!

Ozoneocean at 8:58PM, Jan. 18, 2011

The Second part of our first ever interview!

Feauturing Evil Emperor Nick from
Cwen's Quest and Amelius from Charby the Vampirate!

Without further ado, I present to you Quackast 11, Part 2:

This podcast is Part 2 of Episode 11, where the interview with guests Amelius and Evil Emperor Nick (of Charby the Vampirate and Cwen's Quest) continues! Lots of discussion about writing and influences in this half as well as some good advice.
Topics and Show Notes

* Amy and Nick talk about their writing and its improvement, their influences, and how Deadpool got ruined
* Amy's mass of characters and what Nick likes to do with them, Amy and Nick's favorites, and which Charby character Nick is most like (and how much Oz loves that character)
* Four people can't manage to talk without interrupting each other or trying to talk all at once
* Nick and Amy talk about their writing preferences and process, and Nick has some writing advice and describes how he gets feedback
* Finding your inspiration and being out of your depth, and thoughts on fan fiction
* Oz gets bleeped
* The burden of fame, popularity advice, communication misunderstandings and engaging with the community
* Lessons learned, being unexpected, payoff and “fan disservice” (our new favorite term)

These two creative DDers were celebrating their anniversary as well as the anniversary of Charby! The date was the filth of January if you want to know, on a Wednesday; a day earlier than we normally do our Quackcast just especially so we could have it done with our two guests on that special day. It was an extra long chat so we've split it into two parts, the first part was put up last week.
I apologise if I was a bit too garrulous, I'd had a couple of glasses of red to get into the swing of things, in the fine tradition of the name of our site ;)


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