Join the Robots as they talk with author J.R.D. Skinner about podcasting flash fiction and a whole host of other goings on.
For his stories, go to http://flashpulp.com.
For his expanded universe, check out http://skinner.fm.
You can find him on Twitter @JRDSkinner.
Join the Robots as they talk with Tyler Palmer, Vice President of Operations at Patreon. They discuss the unique method of fostering patronage the company offers in a wide ranging talk that offers some insight in how it might benefit authors.
As the show intro says, there was a technical issue that caused Terry’s voice to not be recorded. He apologizes for that. As Scott hosted the show and it would be a major scheduling issue to redo the interview, Paul edited out the silences and made things as comprehensible as possible. Again, our apologies.
This week’s episode is brought to you by the Loft Literary Center. The Loft Literary Center, located in Minneapolis, is one of the nation’s leading literary nonprofits and offers a wide array of online and in-person creative writing classes for all levels and genres. Online classes are offered seasonally, so all you need is Wi-Fi to learn from experienced writers and transform that creative spark into a piece of art.
Join the Robots as they talk with New York Times Bestselling Author Scott Sigler about his newest release, Pandemic. The book is officially released January 21st, 2014, but you can click on the cover above and pre-order a copy right now. You can also check out Scott’s production company Empty Set Entertainment.
This week the Robots talk with Glenn Farrington about the Kickstarter campaign for his upcoming computer program to help people write comic books. It was a great discussion! We hope you enjoy.
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This week the Robots chat with Matthew Wayne Selznick about his novels Brave Men Run and Pilgrimage, as well as what he’ll be working on in the future.
The Robots’ talk with author, screenwriter, and director Charlie Brown about his upcoming anthology and transmedia. What happens when you get a New Orleans native together with two Texans? Come find out.
Go to Lucky Mojo Press to submit your story for the Dirty Magick: LA anthology. Do it now.
This week the Robots were delighted to sit down with Lynn McNamee of Red Adept Publishing to talk about the evolution of Red Adept and the new direction they’ve headed in. We hope you enjoy!
This week’s promo – Indie Author Marketing Info from Matthew Wayne Selznick
Folks, you are in for a real treat this week as we robots sit down to chat with author Alethea Kontis about her novel ENCHANTED, her path to publication, and how the state of publishing is changing. She was delightful to talk to, and I’m sure you will all enjoy the conversation.
If you’d like to read Alethea’s stories, here is her Amazon page.
If you’d like to listen to the episode in which Alethea, David, and I helped Lauren Harris brainstorm her story, you can do so HERE.
This week’s promo – WALK THE FIRE Kickstarter
This week’s promo – The Secret World Chronicle Podcast