This week the boys sit down and chat with Abbie Hilton, writer of the podcast novels “The Prophet of Panamindorah” and “Guild of the Cowry Catchers,” not to mention a fairly mean person (j/k we love you!). Enjoy!
And here is the cover art for the Dragon Moon Press release of P.G. Holyfield’s novel “Murder at Avedon Hill.”
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This week Ryan, Justin, and Terry site down with J.R. Murdock to discuss the topic of suspension of disbelief. If you’re in for a penny are you always in for a pound? Is it all on the artist, or does the audience have a part to play as well? These questions and more will be pondered. Enjoy!
This week’s promo – Pendragon Variety Podcast
This week marks the return of P.G. Holyfield to the Dead Robots’ Society, and this week we talk about how to make a podcast. We talk hardware, software, sites, and advice. With us is Terry and Patrick McLean. Enjoy!
This week’s promo – Closet Treats by Paul. E. Cooley
This week the guys talk about the different types of writers out there, from your hobbyists through to professionals, what makes them different, and what methods us wanna-bes can employ so we can get-to-be. Enjoy!
This week the guys sit down with J.C. Hutchins and J. Daniel Sawyer to talk about their recent blog posts. A lot of talk and speculation had arisen because of their posts, and in this exclusive interview we hear from both creators to get the straight dope. We hope you enjoy this honest and informative discussion.
During the course of the conversation J.C. mentioned an episode of the StrangerThings video podcast he was involved with. If you’d like to watch that episode, entitled “Disconnect,” please go HERE.
Also, J. Daniel mentioned a YouTube video of Scott Sigler talking about big publishing. If you’re interested in watching it, here ya go…
J. Daniel also mentioned Dean Wesley Smith’s “Killing The Sacred Cows of Publishing.” If you’d like to read it online for free, head on over HERE.
This morning when I woke up I noticed that our RSS feed was having an issue. I sent an email to the folks at podHoster and they informed me that they were aware of the issue and were working to resolve it. Thus far I haven’t heard anything new regarding the problem, and my emails are having difficulty making it through. I will continue to try and suss out what’s going on as the day progresses. When I have further news I will post it here immediately. Sorry for any inconvenience this may cause.
Well, it’s not almost midnight in my neck of the woods, and podHoster is still having trouble. They seemed to have it licked earlier in the evening, but when I tried to upload a special edition episode it was down again. I have no idea what all is going on, and I apologize for that. PodHoster has been an amazing host since we signed on with them over two years ago, but if they don’t get this issue sussed out by tomorrow then I will begin looking for a new hosting service. Luckily for you you won’t have to do anything. All you’ll notice is that suddenly older episodes are popping up like they’re new again. I’m hoping I won’t have to do that, though, since I recently went through a lot of time and trouble getting all of our episodes put into the feed and our archive page up to date. Cross your fingers for us.
Things seem to be sorted for now. Let’s all hope it stays that way.
This week Justin and Ryan sit down to talk with author and podcaster John Mierau. His podcast, Serving Worlds, features short stories and short serials that cross genre lines, and it’s fantastic. We also discuss the recent news from J.C. Hutchins. Enjoy!
J.C. Hutchins’ Announcement
Matt Selznick’s post about his thoughts on podcasting and writing
Matt Wallace’s tough talking post about writing
J. Daniel Sawyer’s post about podcasting and free content
Scott Roche of the Archangel podcast talks about free content
Astonishing Adventures Magazine is closing its doors
Promo – Brand Gamblin’s TUMBLER podcast
Folks, it finally happened. After two and a half years, our humble podcast managed to somehow find its way onto the Featured section of iTunes Podcast>Arts>Literature section. Holy crap. It’s on the last page, and like third from the end, but we’re there! Can I get a w00t w00t!? Wow… I never thought it would happen… Thank you, one and all.