Dan Holloway, Writer, Performer, and Columnist at the Self Publishing Advice Center
Published December 11, 2017
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    Based in Oxford, Dan Holloway is a writer, performer, and mental health campaigner who, amongst his many other activities, writes a weekly self-publishing column at selfpublishingadvice.org. In this interview, Dan discusses his education and career, his involvement in mind sports, the impact of AI and potential changes to net neutrality on publishers and authors, and other important issues facing writers and the book publishing industry. This interview was recorded on December 4, 2017. The full audio for the interview is here. You can subscribe to the Backmatter podcast in iTunes or add the podcast URL directly. This interview has been edited for conciseness and clarity. A Note About the Leanpub Backmatter Podcast This summer we split the old Leanpub podcast into two distinct podcasts: Frontmatter, which is a general interest podcast where you can listen to Leanpub authors talk with Leanpub co-founder Len Epp about their books and their areas of expertise, from data science to molecular biology, to the history of labor and management. And for those interested in the nitty-gritty of what it takes to be a successful self-published author, at the end of each episode Len asks the author about how they made their book and how they are spreading the word, and other publishing shop talk. Backmatter, a new podcast focused specifically on the publishing industry and its latest trends. In each episode Len interviews a professional from the publishing world about their background and their insider's perspective on what's happening in the huge and evolving world of book publishing.
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