88 Cups of Tea with Yin Chang
About This Show
88 Cups of Tea with Yin Chang is a podcast for the aspiring and professional storyteller alike. On the show, Yin chats with international bestselling novelists, screenwriters, and filmmakers about their journey to success. They also discuss career advice and "how-to's" for listeners to apply actionable steps towards their own storytelling careers. She asks questions like, "How did you land your literary agent?", "How did your short film help you get representation as a director?", "How do you create characters that listeners can empathize with?" 88 Cups of Tea with Yin Chang is a safe space for listeners to learn, and to feel empowered, inspired, and motivated. Welcome to our tribe of storytellers! Be sure to follow us on Twitter @88cupsoftea and ask your own questions about storytelling that Yin can squeeze into her interviews!
Most Recent Episode
GAIL HOCHMAN: Literary Agent + President of Brandt & Hochman on Query Letters + Finding Mentors
2 days ago
“If you want to be a writer, you just have to sit there and write.” -Gail Hochman (click to tweet) I am so honored and beyond excited to finally share today’s special episode with you. We have none other than Gail Hochman on the show! Gail is the president ofBrandt & Hochman Literary Agents, Inc. and the president of the Association of Authors’ Representatives (AAR). She has built a legacy of representing all-star clients with the likes of National Book Award winning author Julia Glassof “Three Junes”, Michael Cunningham of Pulitzer Prize and PEN/Faulkner award-winning novel “The Hours”, Scott Turow of “Presumed Innocent”, andPulitzer Prize and Academy Award winning Jules Feiffer. In today’s episode proudly brought to you by Gotham Writers, Gail and I discuss her role as the president of Brandt & Hochman, and we unpack how the AAR is an incredible organization for literary agents and a powerful resource for writers. Storyteller Tribe, if you’re curious about agent-writer relationships, how a literary agent can help to cultivate a writer’s career, how to write strong query letters, and how to create genuine relationships with mentors– you’re going to LOVE this episode. Xo, Yin PS. Found Gail’s episode helpful? Please share it with friends! --- “There is always something you can do, but you don’t do wh