B R I A N S A G E P O P L I N
While you'll find my credits spanning creative fields far and wide, I have one ability that I bring to every project, no matter my role.
When I set out to create The Traveler's Tales in 2006, I knew it would require the complete culmination of every creative ability I had, as well as some skills I had yet to acquire. I had just completed a manuscript titled The Genius of Tellus, which served as an inspirational backstory to the universe of TTT, when I contracted what is referred to as "Worldbuilder's Disease". For the next six years, I wrote key scenes to the overall story, and I worldbuilt, but I failed to focus on the unfolding story. That all changed in 2012. From 2012-2016, I dedicated all of my education at Harvard Extension School and Emerson College to expanding my own knowledge and inspirations of psychology, philosophy, and religion; in addition to learning to write well enough to deliver on the original vision.
Now, over twelve years later, I am completing the first book of the first series set in The Traveler's Tales universe. While the universe is complete with its own unique laws, myths, and magicks, it is ultimately a story about stories. In nearly every aspect of The Traveler's Tales: Heir, be it setting, plot, or characters, there is something unique and interconnected.
I look forward to sharing this work with you.
Notches And Niches
Fiction (The Traveler's Tales)
Graphic Art & Design