Episode 244 – Full Steampunk Ahead With Emilie Bush And Pip

This week Justin is joined by Philippa Ballantine and they interview steampunk author Emilie P. Bush to talk about writing, publishing, and what this whole steampunk thing is about. Enjoy!

Coal City Stories
Emilie’s Facebook Page
Emilie’s Twitter Page

Pip’s Page
Pip’s Facebook Page
Pip’s Twitter

This week’s promo – THE ZOMBIE DRIVEN LIFE by David Wood

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Episode 235 – The Drunk Cast

This week’s episode brought to you by:

The Loft Literary Center, located in Minneapolis, Minnesota, is one of the nation’s leading literary
nonprofits and offers a wide array of online creative writing classes for all levels and genres. Fall classes start in September and October and are now open for registration. Find out more at Loft.org.

This week Justin, Terry, and Paul were finally able to get together and discuss different aspects of writing and publishing, and along with us were David Wood of Gryphonwood Press and Michael Willett, the writer of the Complex Actions web comic. This was recorded during Space City Con in Houston, and we hope you enjoy.

And, just so you can feel like you were there with us, here are some pictures of us as we sat down to chat. Look, listen, and have a great time!

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Episode 234 – On A Pilgrimage With Matthew Wayne Selznick

This week the Robots sit down with Matthew Wayne Selznick to talk about his recently begun Kickstarter campaign to fund PILGRIMAGE, a new Sovereign Era novel. Enjoy!

Matt’s Website

The PILGRIMAGE Kickstarter Website

Storyworlds Magazine Website

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Episode 230 – All About EXPLORERS

This week Justin, Terry, and Eliyanna sit down with three of the EXPLORERS anthology authors – Andrew Hawnt, Daniel Latham, and Jeff Brackett. We discuss how it began, what we learned along the way, and how proud we all are to have done it. Enjoy!

This week’s promo – The Roundtable Podcast

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Episode 226 – A Conversation With A. P. Stephens

This week the Robots sit down with indie author A.P.Stephens to talk about his writing, his promotional efforts, and his recent Kickstarter campaign. We hope you enjoy the conversation, and come say hi if you’re at BaltiCon!

A.P. Stephens’ website

This week’s promo – The FLASH PULP Podcast

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Episode 223 – Saying Goodbye To Eliyanna

This week Terry and Justin have the sad duty of saying goodbye to Eliyanna, who leaves us for the impending joy of motherhood. We hate to see her go, but we’re proud to have had her as a part of the show, and we wish her nothing but love and success.

Eliyanna’s Website
Eliyanna’s Facebook Page
Eliyanna’s Twitter

And with that we’d also like to welcome our newest regular co-host to the show, Paul Elard Cooley. Long time listeners of the show should be more than familiar with Mr. Cooley, or if you have even half an ear to the podioshere ground. We look forward to hearing Paul’s thoughts week in and week out, and know that he’ll add yet another layer to the Dead Robots’ Society nacho platter. Welcome, Paul. Let’s hope you stick around longer than the last one.

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Episode 221 – Picking Up The Ghost With Tone Milazzo

This week Justin flies solo and interviews author and aspiring comic book writer Tone Milazzo. They discuss his experience writing his novel PICKING UP THE GHOST, getting it polished and published, and where he goes from here. Enjoy!

Tone’s website
ChiZine Publications

This week’s promo – Tuning In To SciFi TV podcast

And just to remind you, the ebook version of PICKING UP THE GHOST will go on sale for $2.99 starting Wednesday, April 25th, through Tuesday, May 8th. Here is a handy link to the Kindle version of the book.

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Episode 218 – The Way Of The Gun With J Daniel Sawyer

This week the Robots chat with J Daniel Sawyer about his new non-fiction book “Throwing Lead: A Writer’s Guide to Firearms (and the People Who Use Them).” This is his first reference book, Dan is brilliant, and we hope you enjoy the conversation.

J Daniel Sawyer’s website
THROWING LEAD post

This week’s promo – The Parsec Awards

Also mentioned in this week’s show was that LESBIAN COPS, the anthology Terry was part of, is a finalist for a Lambda Award. Congrats, Terry!

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Episode 216 – The Robots Go HAYWIRE

This week the tables are turned, and instead of the robots interviewing a guest, Terry takes the mic and chats with Justin about his upcoming novel HAYWIRE, which drops March 13th, 2012. We hope you all enjoy the chat, and that you buy a copy of the book. As links to purchase go hot, we will alert you and post them up.

While chatting, Terry mentioned ACX. If you’re interested in having an audio version of your book made, check them out.

Also, as I mentioned on the show, please go to the Roundtable Podcast to have you story ideas hashed out with a group of great people.

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Episode 215 – In Suspense With Katia Lief

This week the Robots chat with suspense author Katia Lief about her books, her method, writing workshops, using pen names, and what her experience has been in publishing her own back catalog. Enjoy!

Katia Lief’s Website

“Why Women Read More Than Men” article mentioned in the show

This week’s promo – http://www.kickstarter.com/projects/1723504596/the-dark-wife-audiobook by the fine folks at The Way of the Buffalo Podcast

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