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My Life as a (Rookie) Editor: New Books!

With all the craziness happening in my life as of late, I forgot to mention that I found three new books with my name on them! Yaaaay!

So if you’d like to indirectly support me, or at least let Tokyopop know that the stuff I work on is awesome, please buy these books!

April:

Songs to Make You Smile by Natsuki Takaya (4/27)

Karakuri Odette vol 3 by Julietta Suzuki (4/27)

NG Life vol 5 by Mizuho Kusanagi (4/27)

My bookshelf is growing!

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EXCLUSIVE: Interview with Lillian Diaz-Przybyl

So, since this blog is for a multimedia class and all, I needed to do an audio project!
The local comic book store I originally intended to interview turned down my request for a short interview, so I asked my professor if I could put this part of my project off and potentially interview my former internship supervisor, Lillian Diaz-Przybyl, who you all know is Tokyopop’s senior editor.

Luckily, Lillian let me interview her quickly before she left on a trip to Japan, where she and Stu Levy did their Tokyopop Insider on Wednesday.

It’s just a short interview, nothing too special. I intended it to give some insight into Lillian’s job as an editor, so it doesn’t include anything on the whole scanlators v. pro translators debate that’s been going on. (I plan to post more about it later.) Regardless, I hope it is insightful as to what Lillian does.

http://www.zshare.net/audio/69397612c701a0c2

Also, if anyone is wondering, this is the last assignment for the aforementioned class. I could stop blogging after this if I wanted to, but I’ve had so much fun, I plan to continue blogging as long as I can. Again, I will post more on this later.

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