D&D Podcast: R.A. Salvatore
Gen Con 2010
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In this episode, we’re pleased to present the podcast recording from R.A. Salvatore’s Gen Con 2010 seminar. Please note, this podcast has been edited for time and clarity.
Gen Con Seminar: R.A. Salvatore Notes
01:15—What’s new with New York Times best-selling author, R.A. Salvatore.
08:05—The origins of R.A. as a published author (a matter of timing).
10:47—The origins of highwayhalfing Oliver deBurrows.
25:00—On writing for a game.
26:28—On writing for a shared world (Forgotten Realms).
39:45—Life as an author (book tours and writing toward an audience).
45:45—Killing off characters.
1:00:00—A new look at Drizzt and relations with Artemis.
1:11:00—A look back at the Cleric Quintet (2nd Edition’s monks and assassins).
1:22:00—What R.A.’s reading.
1:31:50—ePublishing and authors.
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