Producer Albie Hecht has been nominated for an Oscar and a Golden Globe. While running Nickelodeon Albie helped create such iconic shows as SpongeBob SquarePants, Dora the Explorer, and Blues Clues. On the Intersect Podcast we talk with Albie about why he’s always looking for what’s next in traditional and multimedia.
November 20 2012: MICHAEL GRANT
(WARNING: THIS PODCAST IS RATED PG-13 FOR LANGUAGE AND CONTENT)
It’s safe to say that YA author Michael Grant is opinionated. On this edition of the Intersect Podcast we talk with Michael about, among other things, his thoughts on social media and whether or not higher education is important. And of course we dig into his bestselling YA series, GONE.
Also this week we talk with Christoper Krovatin, author of Grave Diggers, Mountain of Bones. For a quick look at the book just watch his YouTube video. Click “Continue Reading” below for a link to his Zed the Zombie video.
We have a new feature on the Intersect Podcast talking with debut authors. In this episode, we talked to Christopher Krovatin during the Michael Grant show. Chris, as his friends call him, is an interesting dude to say the least. He’s into heavy HEAVY metal and Zombies, and he’s written a new book called GRAVEDIGGERS, the first in a series. Enjoy! – Jeremy
November 13 2012: LAUREN OLIVER
Lauren Oliver had her first novel published in 2010. Since then she’s been busy writing two more middle grade books and another YA trilogy. Live from London, Lauren discusses growing up in a creative family, working on the subway, her perfect day, and the adventurous life of a writer.
Brian Sheesley is the multiple Emmy Award winning Director and Art Director with credits on Ren and Stimpy, the Simpsons, Futurama, Fanboy and Chum Chum, Camp Lazlo, and Dan Vs.