This week, on a very special episode of Reject Radio, we speak with hardboiled crime fiction writer Max Allan Collins about writing for film and print and chat briefly with Aaron Aites, one of the producers behind a documentary about the Occupy Wall Street Movement.
Plus, we use Michael McDonald as an audio pun. As usual.
Opening Remarks [The Beginning - 1:35]: There’s no way to write an intro paragraph for an introduction.
Faces In The Crowd [1:35 - 11:50]: The Occupy Wall Street Movement is growing by the minute, and it hasn’t escaped the gaze of documentary filmmakers Audrey Ewell and Aaron Aites. Aites takes a breathless moment to talk to us about planning for chaos, what inspired the project, and how you can get involved with 99% – The Occupy Wall Street Collaborative Film.
We’ll Leave The Light Off For You [11:50 - The End]: Max Allan Collins has written a metric ton of novels, comics, graphic novels, and screenplays. He joins us to talk about collaborating with the ghost of Mickey Spillane, hard crime, and different writing techniques.
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