March 13, 2020
Brent Hartinger, playwright, screenwriter and novelist, returns to discuss his latest release, Otto Digmore Decision, his career as a writer, and the decision he and his husband Michael made to become digital nomads.
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Books Mentioned in this Episode:
- The Otto Digmore Decision at Amazon
BRENT HARTINGER is an author and screenwriter. He wrote the YA classic, Geography Club (2003), which was adapted as a 2013 feature film costarring Scott Bakula, and is now being developed as a television series. He’s since published thirteen more novels and had ten of his screenplays optioned by producers. Project Pay Day, based on his novel and screenplay, will be released in 2020. He has won both the Lambda and GLAAD Media Award, and been nominated for the Edgar Award. He has no permanent address, but instead continuously travels the world with his husband, writer Michael Jensen.
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December 9, 2016
It gives us great pleasure to announce Brent Hartinger and Tim O’Leary as the guests on episode 088: Cockshrubbery! They join us to talk about LGBTQ Film and Television from an insider’s perspective and the increasing need for diversity.
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For the last twenty years, Brent Hartinger has made his living writing just about everything that involves words: novels, screenplays, plays, web content, even greeting cards. These days, he writes in lots of genres in many different mediums. His latest project is a dark and edgy gay teen book — part horror, part puzzle box thriller — called Three Truths and a Lie (published by Simon & Schuster).
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Tim O’Leary is a Los Angeles-based screenwriter, ghostwriter, author, and playwright. On his website, timolearyonline.com, you will find news about his latest projects, including his various webseries and the next book in his adults-only Greek myth book series, The Lusty Journey of Perseus.
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January 1, 2016