This week the Dead Robots discuss how to handle a slump. Sometimes you should wait it out, and sometimes sweat it out, but either way, you have to deal with it. Listen in and see if you agree with the different techniques they offer up. They also finally catch up on the feedback! w00t!
Duotrope.com was mentioned, and it is an excellent resource for those looking to submit their work.
We bring you again the latest issue of Ray Gun Revival, which is again overflowing with goodness, and not just because it includes part two of my four-part short story series entitled “The Ties That Bind.” I hope you enjoy it, and please let the fine folks at RGR know how much you do.
This week the Dead Robots try and get caught up by talking about their recent creative endeavors. They discuss things they’ve learned, problems they’ve come across, and what happens with the fires burn low. And then, in the second half of the show, they finally review the book “On Basilisk Station” by David Weber. We hope you enjoy.
Also, our next book to discuss is the new horror novel, “The Strain,” by Guillermo Del Toro and Chuck Hogan. Justin describes it as “Outbreak” meets “Salem’s Lot,” and he hopes everyone loves it as much as he does.
Hey, everyone, we’re back! This week Ryan, Terry, PG, and I sit down to talk the art of screenwriting with three people who can speak incredibly knowledgeable about the subject – Matt Wallace, Earl Newton, and Patrick McLean. We hope you enjoy the discussion, and if you have any questions at all, please send them along.
Hey, everyone, Justin here. I just wanted to let you know that my short story “Pirates Of The Crimson Sand” has been published by the fine folks at eMuse-Zine. If you want to read it (and I hope you do), just click on THIS LINK and it’ll take you right to it. Thanks for coming by, and please let me know what you think of it.
Sorry this week we don’t have a new discussion episode. I suffered a death in my family, and the guys were kind enough to give me the time I needed to deal with it. And, fortunately, PG had more audio from Balticon to share. This was a panel about creating and handling a mutilple-voiced podcast production. It was called “Hearding Cats,” which is entirely appropriate. If you’re interested in doing podcasts of your fiction, and you want more voice than just your own, give this a listen. Thank you, and enjoy!
Paulette Jaxton – Form Letter Rejection Theatre Podcast
Hey, everybody! We’re back! This week the Dead Robots settle in for a roundtable discussion, something we haven’t done for a good long while. It felt good. And, as an added bonus, we had Nathan Lowell join us as a special guest host to help us talk about plotting a story. So, settle in, dim the lights, and enjoy!