Monday October 12th I'll be talking with Brian Byers, TV producer, Animator and storyteller along with his co-author calling in from the UK, Stephen Radford. The two of them have just published a new Science Fiction novel and I'm looking forward to speaking with them about what drives the creative spark. (open in YouTube)

Hosted by Chris Bass - The Savannah Performance Project. RUNNING TIME: 50 minutes

 

 

 

Monday October 12th I'll be talking with Brian Byers, TV producer, Animator and storyteller along with his co-author calling in from the UK, Stephen Radford. The two of them have just published a new Science Fiction novel and I'm looking forward to speaking with them about what drives the creative spark. (open in YouTube)

Hosted by Chris Bass - The Savannah Performance Project. RUNNING TIME: 50 minutes

Brian Byers delves into a discussion about art, fiction and areas of the paranormal - specifically, how his views have changed over the years. He also talks a bit about Semblance Anon.

Hosted by Erik Scerbak, Justin Cancilliere, for Beyond Reason . RUNNING TIME: 58 minutes

Brian Byers delves into a discussion about art, fiction and areas of the paranormal - specifically, how his views have changed over the years. He also talks a bit about Semblance Anon.

Hosted by Erik Scerbak, Justin Cancilliere, for ParaTruth Radio. RUNNING TIME: 1h12 minutes


The starting gun of our pre-published promotional campaign begins here. Brian shares his creative passions and explains how multiple hats all amount to one thing: being somebody with a story to tell. Brian explores the nature of writing, and the many pitfalls of publishing.

Podcast posted and hosted by Josiane Fortin, the self-proclaimed Self-Publishing Queen. RUNNING TIME: 32 minutes

 
 

Being primarily a descendant from the Scots-Irish lineage, Brian Byers hails from a long line of storytellers. He is husband to his Jen, and father to Christian, Jayson, Anya, Ash, Bear, River and Atlas (who is only a few weeks old from our publishing date)

Brian has woven tales since his was a child and his art has been seen around the world through the animated episodes of Curious George, Spongebob Squarepants, Muzzy, Barbie and Fisher Price Little People.

In his later years, Brian became known as an award winning film and television director and producer. Currently he lives in Savannah, Georgia where he tells other people’s stories as a features reporter for “Morning Break” on WTOC.

Stephen is a prolific storyteller, writing across many venues and forms, including short stories, screenplay, radio and comedy. The Threads of Fate trilogy was his first published work: which proved to be a departure from the familiar genre of science fiction.

Stephen's side passion includes the exploration of film narrative and analysis under the collective umbrella, Film In Light and Motion; which culminates in the form of both a Medium blog and limited run podcasts. He is also the host of the interview based podcast, Headline This.

Stephen lives in Lincolnshire with his wife, two sons and two cats – the latter being his biggest critics.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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