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Episode 248 – The Way Of The Gun With Scott Roche

This week the Robots talk with Scott Roche of Flying Island Press about his upcoming anthology, The Way Of The Gun, which is a mashup of samurai and the old west. We hope you enjoy and support the IndieGoGo campaign!

Scott’s Website

The IndieGoGo page for WAY OF THE GUN

Scott’s Facebook Page

Scott’s Twitter

Flying Island Press

This week’s promo – Nutty Bites!


Episode 246 – Halloween Horror With Edward Lorn

This week the Robots are joined by horror author Edward Lorn to talk about what scares us, why, and how horror can not only be scary, but also therapeutic. We hope you enjoy!

Edward’s Blog
Edward’s Amazon Author’s Page
Edward’s Twitter
Edward’s Facebook Page

And I’d be remiss in not pimping our hosts as well:

This week’s promo – Paul E. Cooley’s SCROLLS


Episode 245 – Interviewing Author Mike Shepherd

Terry and Paul sit down with Mike Shepherd, author of the Kris Longknife military science fiction series, to talk about writing and his world. His next book, Kris Longknife: Furious, comes out at the end of this month. Do yourself a favor and check it out. You won’t be sorry you did.

This week’s promo – HAYWIRE, by our very own Justin Macumber.


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


Episode 243 – Wrangling The Muse With Dave Robison

This week we’re joined by Dave Robison of the Roundtable Podcast, and we talk about that slippery subject of inspiration, AKA the muse. How do we fuel it, how do we keep it, and what do we do when it flees? Enjoy!

Dave Robison can be heard more on The Roundtable Podcast (which we love and also helped inspire) and Protecting Project Pulp podcasts.



Episode 237 – Feminism In Modern Storytelling With Pip And Eli

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. Online classes are offered seasonally. To register, visit Loft.org.

This week the Robots sit down with Pip Ballantine and Eliyanna to talk about how women are written in today’s stories. Is strength too often shown through kicking a monster’s butt? Is sexuality a crutch? Where do we go wrong, and what do we get right? We hope you enjoy!

Here the two items that made this discussion come to mind.

Tropes Vs Women In Video Games

NBC’s moronic female Olympic athlete advert