Episode 169

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24th Oct 2022

14 Days in Beijing Turned Chancellor K Jackson Into an Author, Publisher, and Writing Coach

This week on Excelsior Journeys, host and producer George Sirois sits down with author and publisher Chancellor K Jackson, who went from teaching English to young students in Beijing, China, to being locked up in a Beijing prison for two weeks. This turn of events led Chancellor down the path to being an author and, later, a publisher and writing coach.

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George Sirois

George Sirois is the author of the international bestselling young adult / science-fiction novel Excelsior, its two sequels, and the five-part science-fiction / sports serial From Parts Unknown. He served as President of the Missouri Writers Guild from 2017-2018, and is the host and producer of the podcasts Excelsior Journeys and From Duck Till Dark: Outside the Marvel Studios. He is also an audiobook narrator, lending his voice to books of all genres. A New Yorker since birth, George now lives in St. Louis, Missouri with his wife and daughter. For more information, please visit www.hesgotit.com.