Archive for Podcast
We’re back, preparing for WorldCon and talking to Paul S. Kemp about his new book, A Discourse in Steel!
That Emma Newman is a busy bee, what with finishing three wonderful novels in the past year and umpteen short stories, all of which she has also recorded on audio, in addition to helping make folk’s dreams come true. Her next step on her road to World Domination is a special new podcast for the Geek Planet Online.
The Tea and Jeopardy podcast will whisk listeners away to Emma’s tea lair once a week where they can eavesdrop on a polite conversation with a guest and the serious business of tea and cake. Set in a different location every week and featuring topics such as writing, geekery, what beards are for and guilty pleasures, guests will then have to survive a perilous escape from the lair. Tea, conversation and mild peril; what podcasts were made for.
Episode 2 sees the brilliant Sarah Pinborough having to escape Emma’s clutches (after a nice spot of tea, of course, and a conversation about guilty pleasures).
Episode 3‘s guest is novelist/screenwriter/comic writer/audio writer writer Paul Cornell (and features the line: “We can’t squish Paul Cornell, what would fandom say?”
You can listen to Tea and Jeopardy at TeaAndJeopardy.com or subscribe via iTunes.
Buy Emma Newman’s Between Two Thorns:
DRM-Free Epub Ebook
On-sale Feb 26, 2013 from the Robot Trading Company
Last month, WorldCon played host to several Angry Robot authors, and I was able to sit down with Chuck Wendig and Adam Christopher to talk about their new books. We also brainstormed the next books they will be writing. Listen to find out.
Not for kids.
We’re back with a live intro with Lee Harris at WorldCon, and an interview with Madeline Ashby, the author of vN, out last month from Angry Robot!
We bowled at WorldCon. It wasn’t pretty.
Did we mention it’s explicit?
Don’t forget to read Chuck’s blog, Terrible Minds!
We welcome back Matt Forbeck to the show to talk about his historical horror, Carpathia. We also remind you of the Angry Robot and Strange Chemistry Open Door 2012, and encourage you to read the guidelines!
It’s time to talk to David Tallerman about Giant Thief, and Lee and Amanda discuss the recent SFX Weekender and the upcoming open submission time.