Today we hosted our second Angry Robot Live hangout, “Crossing the Streams,” focused on cross-genre storytelling and storytelling across multiple media.

Our guests were Rod Duncan, Emma Newman, and Marianne de Pierres.

 

If you missed the panel, you can watch it in its entirety here:

 

 

I’ve also re-posted some questions we didn’t get to to continue the conversation, and if you have questions inspired by the panel, add them in the comments below!

Thank you all for joining us, and stay tuned to the Angry Robot blog for future Angry Robot Live announcements!

 

Questions:

From Qwill

How do each of you use ‘place’ as character in your writing and how much does ‘place’ influence your writing? (Apologies if this has already been asked.)

 

Richard Shealy

(Tuned in late, so apologies if this has already been asked.) In cross-genre work, how much preexisting familiarity with the involved genres do you assume in the reader? Are there minima and maxima in this?