We talk to the fascinating writer Chuck Wendig.
He tells us about Star Wars fans liking him in real life, but not online, and getting dropped by Marvel over political tweets.
We discuss the politics of cancel culture around Disney, burning the bridge to the comics world and how social media impacts art and artists.
And Chuck advises new writers to be careful about social media - "the juice is not worth the squeeze".
He talks about writing novels, attempted transitions to screenwriting and how the pandemic ruined his Wanderers project.
He explains how he won a screenwriting competition, what he learned and how he moved back in to novels.
A fascinating discussion about a different type of writing, rejection in the literary world and the pain of not making the jump over the fence into TV.