Antony Johnston's work includes books, film, video games, comics, and more. He is also the author of W&A productivity guide The Organised Writer. In this episode of the Author's Matters podcast, hosted by the Authors’ Licensing and Collecting Society (ALCS), Antony provides the lowdown on how to better organise your writing life, no matter what kind of author you are.
Antony Johnston is a New York Times bestselling author and creator of Atomic Blonde, the hit movie based on his graphic novel. His work includes books, film, video games, comics, and more, and his productivity guide, The Organised Writer, has helped authors around the world take control of their workload.
In this episode of the Authors' Matters podcast (in which the ALCS endeavour to talk to writers from across the profession about how they earn a living, with conversation ranging from copyright to contracts, as well as the issues that make writing as a living easier or more difficult) Antony gives the lowdown on how one can better organise their writing life, no matter what type of author you are.
Could this provide you with the focus you need to finish your work in progress?
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Antony Johnston is an award-winning, New York Times bestselling author and creator of The Coldest City, adapted to film as Atomic Blonde starring Charlize Theron. He has authored more than 40 graphic novels and comic book series, a dozen video games, four novels, more than 120 podcast episodes and his work has been translated throughout the world. In 2007 Antony posted an online essay on the subject of productivity and how he organised his working space and writing life; half a million hits later, he realised that he was not alone in wanting to establish better habits to allow more time to write effectively. He lives and works in England — and he is very organised. @AntonyJohnston | antonyjohnston.com | organised-writer.com