A Writer’s Writer – An Interview with Alan Brennert

Our guest today is an Emmy-Award-winning writer for television, having written for series like Wonder Woman, Buck Rogers in the 25th Century, L.A. Law, The New Twilight Zone and The Outer Limits.

He’s a Nebula-Award-winning writer of short stories and novels, including Time and Chance, Moloka’i, Honolulu, and most recently the wistfully nostalgic novel Palisades Park.

He’s written some of the best Batman comic-book stories ever, including my personal favorite Batman tale of all time, “The Autobiography of Bruce Wayne,” from The Brave and the Bold #197, in which we discover how a middle-aged Batman finally learned how to be brave enough to love again. It’s an issue I’ve returned to time and again over the years, when I need to remind myself that you can tell a lifetime’s worth of story in only twenty pages.

Please enjoy, as Jud Meyers talks to the one and only Alan Brennert.


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