Tyler Chin-Tanner and his wife Wendy, co-founders of the publishing company A Wave Blue World have launched 4 successful Kickstarter anthology projects. In this session, Tyler spills the beans on the ups, downs, high, lows and best practices for planning and launching a great comic anthology.
Highlights of this Session Include:
- Lessons Tyler learned from an early failed Kickstarter launch that helped make his next launch a massive success.
- Curated vs Open Submissions
- How to compensate creators when running an anthology and how to get them invested in its success.
- Plus: DIY fulfillment tips!
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Today’s Featured Guest
Tyler Chin-Tanner is a graduate of The Kubert School of Cartoon and Graphi Art and is the author of the graphic novels, “Adrenaline” & “American Terrorist.” He co-funded A Wave Blue World with his wife Wendy, and has co-edited 4 successful comic book anthology projects on Kickstarter, raising over $116K on the platform. His latest anthology project, Dead Beats is live and fully funded on Kickstarter.
Links Mentioned in this Episode
Dead Beats: A music themed horror anthology https://www.kickstarter.com/projects/tylerchintanner/dead-beats
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Come up with three anthology project ideas.
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