Mark Leidner is the author of the poetry collection Returning the Sword to the Stone (Fonograf Editions).Leidner is also the author of two feature films: the sci-fi noir Empathy, Inc. (2019) and the relationship comedy Jammed (2014), as well as the story collection Under the Sea (Tyrant Books, 2018), the poetry collection Beauty Was the Case that They Gave Me (Factory Hollow, 2011), and the book of aphorisms The Angel in the Dream of Our Hangover (Sator, 2011). He lives in California.***Otherppl with Brad Listi is a weekly literary podcast featuring in-depth interviews with today's leading writers.Launched in 2011. Books. Literature. Writing. Publishing. Authors. Screenwriters. Life. Death. Etc.Support the show on PatreonMerchwww.otherppl.com@otherpplInstagram YouTubeEmail the show: letters [at] otherppl [dot] comThe podcast is a proud affiliate partner of Bookshop, working to support local, independent bookstores. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
The follow-up to his beloved debut collection Beauty Was the Case that They Gave Me, Mark Leidner's RETURNING THE SWORD TO THE STONE is simultaneously profound and irreverent, in the same way that the world is flat as we walk and round as we live.https://fonografeditions.com/catalog/f0no10-mark-leidner-returning-the-sword-to-the-stone-print-book/
SYS Episode 296 - A Writing Career Outside of Hollywood with Mark Leidner
Curious About Screenwriting Network
SYS Episode 296 On this episode of the podcast I talk with Atlanta based screenwriter Mark Leidner about his career living far from Hollywood and how he's been able to get some of his scripts produced. And then we talk about his new film, Empathy, Inc., a grounded sci-fi / thriller.
SYS Podcast Episode 296: Screenwriter Mark Leidner Talks About Living Far From Hollywood And His Latest Sci-Fi / Thriller, Empathy, Inc.
The Selling Your Screenplay Podcast
Read 'SYS Podcast Episode 296: Screenwriter Mark Leidner Talks About Living Far From Hollywood And His Latest Sci-Fi / Thriller, Empathy, Inc.' at http://www.SellingYourScreenplay.com. Atlanta based screenwriter, Mark Leidner, talks about his career living outside of Hollywood and how he’s been able to get some of his screenplays produced. Specifically, we talk about his new […]
Brad Listi talks with Mark Leidner, author of the story collection UNDER THE SEA (Tyrant Books). Leidner's other books include "Beauty Was the Case They Gave Me," (Factory Hollow, 2011), and a collection of aphorisms called "The Angel in the Dream of Our Hangover" (Sator, 2011). He has taught at Elms College and the University of Massachusetts-Amherst, and his poems have appeared in Action Yes, The Iowa Review, Sixth Finch, and Supermachine. He lives in Georgia. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices
In this panel discussion Pettit, Leidner, McDonnell, and Stone will discuss their recent poetry, fiction, and comic publications in conjunction with specific and intimate outside influences, inspirations, imitations, and inquiries. They will present examples of the ideas, authors, forms, and practices which helped them generate their own most recent work, as well as discuss how writers might discover creative motivation in the world around them. Participants will leave with a list of recommended art, literature, music, film, and other imagination-sparking influences.Emily Pettit is the author of Goat in the Snow, a book of poetry, and the editor of notnostrums and Factory Hollow Press, as well as the publisher of jubilat. She teaches poetry workshops at Flying Object in Hadley, Massachusetts. Mark Leidner is the author of Beauty Was the Case that They Gave Me, a book of poetry, and The Angel in the Dream of Our Hangover, a book of aphorisms. Madeline McDonnell is the author of a tiny collection of short stories, There Is Something Inside, It Wants to Get Out, and teaches for both the Iowa Summer Writing Festival and the Sackett Street Writers’ Workshop. Bianca Stone is the author of the poetry comic I Want To Open the Mouth God Gave You Beautiful Mutant. She recently collaborated with Anne Carson on Antigonick, a comic and translation.