How I Began My Writing Career - podcast

The late Stan Lee was the Hollywood legend who created Spider-Man, Hulk, Fantastic Four, and X-Men. So, how did Stan Lee start his career? In this interview, Lee shares his personal story of how he grew up to become a writer. During the Great Depression, he worked various jobs to help earn an income for his family. One of his jobs was writing publicity for a hospital in Denver. In those days, he wasn't sure if writing was his passion. But then he accidentally fell into writing again through a job at a comic book company. Back then, there was no respect for comics. Nevertheless, after awhile he began to enjoy the job. Overtime people began to have more respect for comics as older, educated readers became fans.
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  • You spoke in a raspy - voice well. I wanted to be a Scientist with a love of writing smooth poetry. I published "THE HEAD OPERATION" of Poetry Nation where I was called "BEST AMATURE POET OF 2019." I started weed whacking in Boston, Massachusetts at sixteen looking for employment as I was a former SSI Claimant for twelve years, People's Greeter at Walmart in Abington, Massachusetts, Merchandise Stocker at Stop & Shop in Brockton, Massachusetts, Light Office Clerk for late Chuck Turner City District Council #7 down Dudely Station in Boston, Massachusetts which was volunteer work then Terri (His wife wanted to put me on the payroll, Slogan Copywriter at the Converse Factory in downtown Boston, Massachusetts, Taxi Driver three times the best with AT & T Taxi Service of Stoughton, Massachusetts, Bagger at Starmarket down Copely Square in Boston, Massachusetts, etc. Jesus allowed me to copywrite GOVERNOR OF INTERNAL INTELLIGENCE AGENCY LLC and my main title is Doctor back in 2016. I traveled To Find The Best Environment For Me To Live in Where I Don't Know Anybody and Having Fewer Problems Based On My Behaviour According To The Spiritual Law. I met Tracy Allieo and Rafe Allieo (Good Friends) when I sat at the bus stop in Cary, North Carolina. I sent her a copy of "HOW TO WORK FROM HOME" and she said, "You are a great copywriter. You should write a book. About Homeless In America and I'd share it. I own the Write Your First Novel Program and the Internet Research Program that she's the Copywriting Company I've been looking for an opportunity for. I'm Novel Writing a book project called "THE PROFESSIONAL HOME GOVERNMENT OFFICE" About Homelessness In America. You make good videos. 

  • That was very inspiring. I myself, am also a writer. At the moment, i'm working on getting some of my material published. Although I am not a published author, I feel as if the content in my books are well worth calling myself an author. Is there any tips that you can give me to help me find the correct publishing house?