Podcast: Interview with Carl Hackman

Another author interview! This time I had a chance to meet Carl Hackman, who before becoming a published author had a number of adventure careers.

Some interview notes:

  • [0:13] – Off continent? Out of the country anyway. I’m a doofus
  • [0:33] – 3 things about Carl
  • [1:14] – Carl laments not tuning up a guitar to make this a musical interview
  • [1:40] – Carl fled the rat race all the way to the Dominican Republic, where he now resides
  • [2:33] – How Carl got into animal rescue
  • [3:45] – Choosing the Dominican Republic
  • [4:25] – Carl has jumped out of more helicopters than you
  • [5:30] – Carl’s writing process
  • [6:50] – The neighborhood dog choir
  • [7:30] – Gerald
  • [9:41] – What Carl’s working on now
  • [10:05] – Carl’s literary favorites
  • [11:30] – When Carl started writing
  • Aside: I love how Carl pronounces “Jaguar”
  • [12:40] – What Carl is reading now
  • [13:20] – The story of getting published
  • [14:30] – Immortal Works is awesome
  • [16:00] – Juggling ideas
  • [17:00] – Scrivener
  • [17:45] – What should I have asked?
  • [18:20] – Helicopters
  • [19:00] – Wrapping up

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