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May 23rd, 2023

Is Writing in Multiple Genres the Key to Success in the Publishing Industry?

  1. Is Writing in Multiple Genres the Key to Success in the Publishing Industry? Maccabee Griffin 38:55

In This Episode

Join the hosts, Maccabee and Chelsea, as they delve into a lively conversation exploring the captivating world of the publishing industry. In this episode, they explore intriguing topics ranging from Chelsea’s penchant for uncovering potentially incriminating information to her ambitious aspiration of becoming a diplomat, all while unraveling the enigma surrounding the advantages of writing in multiple genres.

The journey commences with a reflection on Chelsea’s habit of delving into dubious details and the precautions she takes to navigate this curiosity. Then, Moving forward, they venture into diplomacy, where Chelsea shares her desire to embrace this prestigious profession and the intriguing possibilities that diplomatic immunity presents.

As the hosts dive deeper, they transport listeners back to the fifth century BCE, where they explore the groundbreaking multi-genre book, “The Histories” by Herodotus. They also traverse the landscape of fantasy literature, discussing the first author who dared to break the barriers of genre conventions and the intriguing responses that followed.

Delving into crime fiction, the hosts explore the birth of cozy murder mysteries as a sub-genre and the renowned Agatha Christie’s ability to infuse intrigue while omitting the darker elements typically associated with the genre.

The conversation takes an exciting turn toward successful multi-genre books, with notable works such as Cloud Atlas, The Hunger Games, and American Gods taking center stage. They also unveil the intriguing story behind J.K. Rowling’s foray into crime fiction under the pseudonym Robert Galbraith, highlighting the ever-evolving nature of the publishing industry.

In an enchanting twist, the hosts delve into the blurred boundaries between multi-genre books and writing in multiple genres, unraveling the changes the publishing world has undergone to cater to an ever-growing readership.

The hosts then embark on a spirited discussion exploring the distinction between science fiction and fantasy, musing on the potential intersections and overlaps between the two. The debate turns unexpectedly when they ponder the classification of Willy Wonka’s whimsical tale, questioning whether it falls under fantasy or science fiction and pondering the complex dynamics surrounding the Oompa Loompas.

Amidst the riveting discourse, the hosts share exciting merchandising ideas for the podcast and extend an enthusiastic call for engagement from their dedicated listeners. They also take the opportunity to express gratitude to their devoted audience, announcing the commencement of season three and inviting everyone to embark on yet another captivating chapter of Beyond the Pen.

Tune in to this thought-provoking episode as Chelsea reveals her aspirations, prompting lighthearted banter between the hosts, and together they explore the benefits of diplomatic immunity while playfully considering the possibility of putting it on a t-shirt.

Prepare to be entertained and enlightened as Beyond the Pen uncovers the multifaceted world of writing, genres, and the captivating realm of publishing, leaving no stone unturned and sparking the imagination of aspiring writers and ardent readers alike.

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Maccabee is a husband of 19 yrs, father of two boys, Army vet, voice actor, writer, and podcast co-host of Beyond the Pen. Growing up in the theater and working as a voice actor, script analysis has been a critical skill he's been perfecting over the years. This skill has allowed him to look past what the author wants you to see and discover the truth between the words and the printed paper. Every story is unique, and so are the authors.

Marccella, a self-proclaimed bookworm, is an advocate for authors and their unique voices. Since learning to read at aged 6, Marccella could be found in the library with her nose in a good book. As an avid reader, Marccella recognized that there was untapped potential in the author community and was decidedly committed to creating valuable spaces to have conversations with writers of all genres. As a result, Marccella united with Maccabee (her brother from another mother) to further her vision of expanding the reach of authors and their audience.

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