TIH 356: Todd Keisling on the Influence of Albert Camus, Hobbyist to Professional Writer Mindset, and Fan Connection in COVID-19 Climate

TIH 356 Todd Keisling on the Influence of Albert Camus, Hobbyist to Professional Writer Mindset, and Fan Connection in Covid-19 Climate

In this podcast Todd Keisling talks about the influence of Albert Camus, switching your mindset from hobbyist to professional writer, connecting with fans in the age of COVID-19, and much more.

About Todd Keisling

Todd Keisling is a writer and designer of the horrific and strange. He is an author of several books, including Devil’s Creek, The Final Reconciliation, and Ugly Little Things: Collected Horrors, among other shorter works.

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