It was a bit rude, a bit crude & a lot of fun… oh and there was even some writing related discussions with Justin Macumber & Paul Cooley when they interviewed on the Dead Robots Society podcast.
We talked a lot about Walk The Fire and creating/participating in anthologies in general, between the trash talk (grin). Direct download
Bryan Lincoln of the Parsec award-winning Fullcast Podcast has a short interview with me in this episode, focusing on adapting my short story ‘Harlan’s Wake’ into a fullcast production. (Download)
Chris Ravenscraft, Megan Enloe interviewed me about my podcasting and to talk up the New Media Expo in Las Vegas this January, where I’ve been invited to present with some of my fiction podcast peers.
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Writer & very nice lady Denise Grover Swank has me on for a ‘Writer Wednesday’ interview. I narrate her CHOSEN series, & she’s worth checking out: a writer of solid paranormal & mystery. Also witty & funny! We talk about my fiction, podcasting–& where I stand on the ‘Taco vs. Burrito’ issue!
Patrick Hester and John Anealio were kind enough to talk with me about WALK THE FIRE, my other fiction & a bit about energy drinks and stunts over at the Functional Nerds podcast.
I fall into the rant trap with Patrick, & we all geek out about commercial space travel and orbital skydiving. Have a listen!
Scott Roche and David Sobkowiak of the Seekrit Projekt Podcast had me on to talk about Walk The Fire. A good talk about my crowdfunding with Indiegogo followed.
Bryan Lincoln & I talk about his making Harlan’s Wake into a fullcast production for The Dunesteef. Incl. an interview recorded prior to casting the story, a “how to” section & brief chat w/Rish Outfield and Big Anklevich. Listen in here.
Bryan Lincoln & an amazing cast brought HARLAN’S WAKE (Kindle link) to life for the Dunesteef. I am humbly gobsmacked, guys! Awesome job!
Listen free at The Dunesteef Audio Fiction Magazine
Writer/podcaster Tim Dodge had me on his show ‘The Geek Side of Life” to talk about my writing, podcasting and promotion/crowd-funding efforts. A good time, Thanks Tim!
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Hugh from Way of the Buffalo Podcast endured a very giddy version of me in a recent interview. It’s a nice quick introduction to my work and what I sound like without a script. You should probably run the other way (grin).
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