Lindsey Tramuta, author of The New Paris and the voice behind @lostncheeseland, talks about collaboration, publishing, and freelancing in Paris as an expat.
After recording this episode, Lindsey took Jay on a tour of her favourite spots in her neighborhood, and you can see the whole episode on YouTube: Paris According to Lindsey Tramuta
You can find Lindsey on her website lostincheeseland.com, on Instagram and Twitter as @LostNCheeseland, or at The New Paris Podcast.
The New Paris can be found everywhere good books are sold (and in practically every good coffee shop in Paris) and The New Parisienne is available for pre-order now.
HOW YOU CAN HELP BUILD THE ORACLE
CREDIT WHERE CREDIT IS DUE
This episode was produced by Zach Egan.
Our theme music is "Glory" and our ad music is "Light," both by David Cutter.
We record everything on a Rode Procaster and mix in Adobe Audition and/or Audacity depending on how out of our workflow we've fallen.
The show's art is from Jay's book Into the Nanten, illustrated by Nimit Malavia.
Gustave the dog sleepily protects us every week as we record.
What is Building the Oracle - with Jay Swanson?
An author and an editor interview entrepreneurs and world-class artists as they chronicle their journey to create their own publishing house and film studio around the fictional fantasy universe "The Oracle of the Dread Gods" by host, Jay Swanson.