David Kushner, a best-selling author and journalist whose stories are often developed for film and television, will publish his next book in Substack.
Kushner’s magazine articles have inspired films such as A24’s “Jola” and upcoming projects involving Christian Bell and Spike Lee. Substack, a subscription newsletter service, will now have its new work on “Masters of Dispensation: How the Gamer Generation Built the Future”, which will see a serialized release and show multimedia elements in install installments.
Commonly found on the pages of Rolling Stone, Wired and Vanity Fair, Kushner’s growing number of journalists go the way of newsletters. It’s worth noting that a frequently adapted writer like Kushner would want such a deal, which guarantees him the only adaptive right at an age where publishing companies like Condডে Nast have an ambitious content production division.
Step by step in publishing his book, he will regularly launch a subscription newsletter “Disruptive” containing original reports.
“I told these stories in different forms: magazine articles, books, graphic novels, podcasts, radio articles,” Kushner said. “But after 30 years of contributing to other publications, I am thrilled to announce my next chapter: my own newsletter, written for Destroyer, which can be found on Substack.”
Kushner said Diversity That he sees his forthcoming manuscript as a “post-book” product not only refers to its serialized nature but also suggests an evolution of all textual experience.
Hamish McKenzie, co-founder of Substack, added that the service “provides a blank canvas for new ideas that deepen the connection with long-term readers and introduces authors to new audiences.” Glad to be able to. ”
Upcoming adaptations of Kushner’s composition include “All Rise”, a musical instrument about the discovery of Viagra in Eon with Lee’s management; “The Church of Living Dangerously” in New Regency with Bell to Star and “Levittown” with composition and direction by Amma Asante.
Kushner is represented by The Gotham Group, McCormick Literary and law firm Hirsh Wallerstein Hume Matloff + Fishman LLP.