What’s Best for the Story: Kevin J. Anderson & Ed Greenwood on Collaboration
ok that's better...
some guy wrote:Today, Kevin J. Anderson and Ed Greenwood discuss what’s best for the story and the importance of leaving your ego at the door. Keith has to since his ego won't go through any door, a a bit like Randy Marsh's balls in that south park episode Anderson and Greenwood have never collaborated with each other that explains it then, but they both have long and rich histories of collaborating with others. yeah Keith as a long history of ass raping franchises more like it
the obnoxious ego wrote:My wife is a noted YA author, so when we work together our work is targeted toward younger readers
I thought it was targeted for idiots and wingnuts who believe the earth is flat!
That's a relief
Ed Greenwood wrote: I deliberately do collaborations differently every single time, by asking the other writer(s) involved how they want to do it, and then agreeing to whatever they’d prefer
yeah Keith likes them submissive he's already eyeing you up, watch out and never, never walk past him!
Then again, maybe there is hope for this one.
Ed Greenwood wrote:In the case of living collaborators (as opposed to a living writer finishing something left incomplete by a deceased writer, where the goal may be to craft a story as if the deceased writer had lived to do it all)
ouch that would have hurt K's ego had he not left it at the door
And enough already, someone else can scan the rest, I can't hack it anymore!