In this podcast Joe Mynhardt talks about Crystal Lake 2.0, starting a small press, novellas, and much more.
About Joe Mynhardt
Joe Mynhardt is a South African horror writer and the owner and operator of Crystal Lake Publishing.
- [02:15] Jasper Bark
- [09:05] Crystal Lake 2.0
- [14:10] Exclusive imprint announcement
- [20:55] Making things profitable
- [27:05] Darryl Foster, via Patreon, asks about the novella division and the popularity of the novella product
- [33:05] Kev Harrison and Traci Kenworth, via Patreon, ask about the kids’ imprint
- [37:30] Thomas Joyce, via Patreon, asks what makes Crystal Lake Publishing tick
- [48:05] Ross Byers, via Patreon, asks about doing something differently when starting out
- [54:45] Ross Byers, via Patreon, asks about pitfalls to avoid when starting a small press
- [01:00:55] Favourite novella of all-time
- [01:03:10] Advice to eighteen-year-old self
- [01:06:35] Connect with Joe
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