Roberta Edgar and Marvin Wolf




Roberta Edgar and Marvin Wolf

Discussion of current writers events and issues, along with an interview with ghostwriter extraordinaire, Roberta Edgar, and Marvin Wolf, author, screenwriter, and writing veteran.


Segments

News, Views and Things You Can Use

Host John Seeley and Co-Host Gary Young discuss the writers life, current events and thoughts on the business of writing.


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Member Spotlight - Roberta Edgar

John and Gary talk with Roberta Edgar, ghostwriter extraordinaire, about details of how a book is ghostwritten; including fees, timeframes, etc.


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Featured Guest - Marvin Wolf

John and Gary talk with Marvin Wolf about his illustrious writing career from non-fiction to screenplays and memoirs.  The also discuss the current writer's strike.


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Writer's Tips

John, Gary and Marvin discuss how to overcome writer's block and more.


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Guest

Marvin Wolf

Marvin J. Wolf has written his way through 5 careers: After earning a battlefield commission as a US Army combat photographer in Vietnam, he worked briefly as a business communicator, then became a freelance photojournalist, magazine writer and non-fiction author.  He also put in a couple of years at various advertising agencies.  Wolf's first book, "The Japanese Conspiracy," appeared in 1983, followed by a dozen more, including the best-sellers "Fallen Angels," and "Where White Men Fear To Tread."  In 2001, he turned to screenwriting.  His first produced film was "Ladies Night," which aired on the USA Cable Network in 2005.  It was based on a chapter in one of his early books.








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