TIH 342: J.R. Park on Film Adaptations, Mad Dog, and Publisher Writer Balance

TIH 342 J.R. Park on Film Adaptations, Mad Dog, and Publisher Writer Balance

In this podcast J.R. Park talks about film adaptations, Mad Dog, balancing duties between publishing and writing, and much more.

About J.R. Park

J R Park is a co-founder of the Sinister Horror Company. He is the author of Terror Byte, Punch, Upon Waking, The Exchange, Postal, Mad Dog, Death Dreams In A Whorehouse, and Death Dreams At Christmas. His inspiration is drawn from the crazy worlds of exploitation cinema and pulp literature, but with a twist. His writing often plays with form and narrative as he slowly wears down the boundaries of what pulp horror can be.

Show notes

  • [03:05] Plans for the next five years
  • [12:00] Movie adaptations
  • [27:30] Initial steps after being approached for a film adaptation
  • [30:30] Interest in diversifying into audiobooks and foreign editions
  • [47:50] Dave Watkins, via Patreon, asks about writing Mad Dog and whether Justin’s considered a sequel
  • [53:50] Thomas Joyce, via Patreon, asks as a publisher and writer how Justin balances between concentrating on own work and the work of others
  • [01:07:35] What has Justin changed his mind about recently
  • [01:14:10] Connect with Justin

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