Where did Into the Nanten Come From?

 

Dennis and Nimit always have so many questions that never make it into our recorded conversations. Unfortunately the audio quality of my responses wasn’t great tonight as I called in from Paris on my phone – but it’s better than nothing.

If you’ve ever wondered what the story behind Into the Nanten was, this is your chance to find out!

Our Guests

They tried to run, but weren’t fast enough
Nimit Malaiva

Nimit Malaiva

Illustrator: Into the Nanten

Nimit Malavia is an award-winning Illustrator from Ottawa, Canada.

He has produced work for clients including DC Comics, Shopify, Marvel Comics, IDW Publishing, the National Post and 20th Century Fox.

Along with his commercial work, he has also been exhibited in galleries across North America and Europe, including Hashimoto Contemporary, Gallery Nucleus, Spoke Art Gallery, Bold Hype Gallery, Thinkspace Gallery, Art Basel (Miami), LeBasse Projects, London Miles Gallery, and Show & Tell Gallery.

Jay Swanson

Jay Swanson

Host - Creator: Into the Nanten

Jay is the creator of Into the Nanten, the world’s first real-time fantasy blog, and is the host of Creative Mines. He has written and published five books within the same world and body of work entitled “Oracle of the Dread Gods.”

Find out more about him at jayswanson.me

Jay’s new book: Shadows of the Highridge

Dennis Kleinman

Dennis Kleinman

Narrator: Into the Nanten

Dennis possesses a warm, rich international voice that crosses geographical boundaries and is ideal for a wide range of voice over projects featuring various international dialects including non-regional European.

His professionalism, enunciation, fast turnaround and perfection provides seamless integration in the approach and execution each project demands.

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Coming Soon

DECEMBER – Publishing Online – In Real Time and Real Spaces
12/9/15 – Episode 04 – The Art – Managing the workload – Releasing regular content on a daily deadline, with no editor in sight
12/23/15 – Episode 05 – The Business – Building audience and revenue – Sharing into the void and hoping someone finds it. And pays you for it.