In this podcast Josh Finney talks about Casefile Arkham, Dark Life Lessons, Graphic Novel Writing, and much more.
About Josh Finney
Josh Finney is an author of horror, gritty sci-fi, and neo-noir. He is 5’6”, weighs 155 lbs on a full bladder, and has black hair that is slowly going silver. His works include: Casefile: Arkham, Titanium Rain, Utopiates, and World War Kaiju.
- [04:10] Important life lessons growing up
- [08:35] Dark life lesson
- [12:30] Columbine shooting and the media at the time in the USA
- [21:30] The really dark life lessons
- [32:30] Navigating through/living with PTSD
- [41:00] Responding to there’s no absolute evil/evil does exist
- [01:07:30] First experiences with story/moment realised wanted to become a writer / getting fired
- [01:13:00] WIPs
- [01:24:45] Casefile Arkham series—genesis
- [01:38:00] A year of being immersed in 1940s media/hidden gems
- [01:45:05] Graphic novel writing—dos and don’ts
- [01:52:50] Connect with Josh
- [01:54:00] Final thoughts
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