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Pamela Redmond Satran On Digital Rights, Turning a Blog Into a Bestselling Book, and More!
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Kamy Wicoff
February 2010
Brainstorming
Contributor
Written by
Kamy Wicoff
February 2010
Brainstorming

Kamy interviews Pamela Redmond final.mp3

Yesterday afternoon, I did my first interview for She Writes Radio (using the Blog Talk Radio Ning app) with the journalist, novelist, humorist, blogger and new-media-expert extraordinaire Pamela Redmond Satran, who kindly agreed to be my guinea pig. Good thing she is a friend of mine, since for the first six minutes of the interview I accidentally had everyone on "mute," including Pam, and thought I was talking to myself and nobody else. Good thing modern technology permits us to edit, as that part of the interview is now mercifully gone! In this interview, hear Pam (who is also one of our She Writes Preferred Providers), talk about her experience creating the blog "How Not To Act Old," and turning it into a New York Times bestseller.

In this thirty-minute conversation, Pam and I discussed platforms, keys to creating a blog that works and a blog that has the potential to become a book, and took questions from She Writers who joined us. (Thanks for taking the inaugural leap with me, She Writers!) Pamela has also just started a new site called Ho Springs, a serialized novel and multi-media event set in a fictionalized version of Hot Springs, Arkansas. Created and developed by Pamela Redmond Satran with participation by a host of other writers, artists, and musicians, Ho Springs is a website unlike anything you’ve seen before.

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