In this podcast Nik Korpon talks about Wear Your Home Like A Scar, Old Ghosts, working in a tattoo shop, and much more.
About Nik Korpon
Nik Korpon is the author of several books, including The Soul Standard, Stay God, Sweet Angel, The Rebellion’s Last Traitor, and Wear Your Home Like a Scar.
- [03:10] Weekly routine/full-time copywriting, fiction writing, and parenting
- [06:50] Teaching Raymond Chandler and Paul Tremblay
- [08:05] Working in the tattoo shop
- [14:00] Spain/Costa Rica
- [19:00] Two latest releases: Old Ghosts and Wear Your Home Like A Scar
- [29:00] Bob’s first experiences with Nik’s work
- [30:10] Genres Nik wants to tackle
- [31:35] Location and research
- [36:00] Internet and writing
- [48:50] Working on The Soul Standard
- [53:10] Traci Kenworth, via Patreon, asks about secrets for picking great book titles
- [56:40] Advice to eighteen-year-old self
- [58:40] Personal philosophies
- [01:00:50] Connect with Nik Korpon
- [01:02:20] Final thoughts
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