How Michelle Miller (Writer and Producer of ‘The Underwriting’) Writes: Part Two

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From wildly successful transmedia serial writer to internationally published author, this week’s guest on The Writer Files — Michelle Miller — has tapped into her former life in high finance to create a hit franchise in The Underwriting.

Billed as social satire, Ms. Miller’s original 12-part serial drew angel investors that helped her build it into a viral, multimedia maelstrom.

Her marriage of the cutthroat worlds of both investment banking and tech landed her a traditional publishing deal, and her debut novel is now being developed into a television series.

Tune in to this two-part interview.

If you missed the first half, you can find it here: How Michelle Miller (Writer and Producer of ‘The Underwriting’) Writes: Part One

In Part Two of the file, host Kelton Reid and Michelle Miller discuss:

  • The slippery definition of “creativity”
  • How curiosity and authenticity are essential to great writing
  • Why you need to be cool … like a cucumber
  • Shakespeare’s renewed social relevance … on The Writer Files
  • How traveling creates a vulnerability that can open your mind

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