5 Steps to Create and Encourage a Mentor Relationship. Guest author Carol Mertz, video game developer (Happy Badger Studio) and interactive designer (The Rampant) shares how to “help me help you” in the transcript of her presentation from the IGDA microtalk series.
Author Daniel H. Wilson is co-editor of the upcoming video game inspired short story anthology, “Press Start to Play”, available in stores August 18th. Daniel’s career spans books, television, and comics, and includes a PhD in Robotics. He’s the New York Times bestselling author of Robopocalypse, which was optioned by DreamWorks and is being adapted for film by Steven Spielberg.
Times of great stress and overwhelming grief strike us all sometime. Try these 5 methods to heal while keeping your work life or business on track.
Nerd for a Living and Super Heroines, Etc. are joining forces to present a Nerdy Networking event in St. Louis, MO, on Thursday, July 30th from 6:30-8:30pm.
We just returned from the joyous madness of San Diego Comic-Con. For us, SDCC produced a number of personal and professional highlights. Perhaps our favorite part of the show, though, was our “How to be a Nerd for a Living” panel on Saturday, July 11th. We assembled six of our favorite podcast guests to discuss their careers and how they …
At this year’s San Diego Comic, we’re celebrating 2 years of N4AL, and are hoping to meet more of you than ever. We will present our “How to be a Nerd for a Living” panel, broadcast live with TeeFury from the Nerdist CONival, and much more. See us at SDCC table #2103.
Saturday, July 11th at 5:30pm, join us in Room 26AB for our “How to be a Nerd for a Living: Careers in Geek Culture” panel. Our guest speakers include costume designer Kristin Burke, makeup and special effects artist Lee Joyner, Dead Rising director Zach Lipovsky, voice actor Hal Lublin, animation artist Sarah Marino, and Comics Experience founder Andy Schmidt.
We talk Tony Kim, who blogs under the name Crazy4ComicCon. He’s been documenting and examining the San Diego experience for 10 years. His blog features one of the most comprehensive resources for advice and Comic-Con information. Tony’s work is a huge help for both regular attendees and enterprising nerds looking to network and advance their careers.
Nerd For A Living presents our “Be Your Own Hero: Leveling Up Personally & Professionally” interactive presentation at “SHE in the Pub: on March 25, 2015.
At Emerald City ComiCon 2015, we talked with science fiction and fantasy author Kevin J. Anderson about his work, and his publishing imprint, WordFire Press. We also spoke with WordFire authors Peter J. Wacks and R.J. Terrell, and event manager Alexi Vandenberg.