Apr 15, 2020
Books That Make You Discover Deeper Philosophical Meaning in Pulpy, Graphic Novels with Guest Russell Nohelty
We don’t often think of graphic novels or comics as having deep, philosophic meaning, but should we? The guest of this show is author and entrepreneur Russell Nohelty. He discusses the bigger themes he likes to deliver through his writing.
Listen as he talks with host Desireé Duffy about the underlying meanings in stories. They discuss how they can slowly and gradually be revealed to uncover universal theme that we all can identify with. From fairy tales to mythology to religion, we’ve been rooting for our heroes and heroines to not only kick butt, but to grow personally and to overcome their own inner struggles.
Russell Nohelty is a USA Today Bestselling author and the publisher at Wannabe Press. He has written comic books such as Katrina Hates the Dead; Ichabod Jones: Monster Hunter; and Pixie Dust, in addition to more than a dozen novels.
Russell also edits the Cthulhu is Hard to Spell anthology series. He helps other creatives with The Complete Creative, an online resource which includes courses, a podcast, a blog, and two non-fiction books: How to Build a Creative Business and How to Become a Successful Author.
Find out more on Russell’s website. And join us on Books That Make You to discover more books and past episodes.