26.0 – Author Spotlight: Paul Tremblay

June 15, 2016 0

un_tremblayBram Stoker Award winning author Paul Tremblay scared the hell out of readers with last year’s A Head Full of Ghosts. Prepare for a new scare as Disappearance at Devil’s Rock releases on June 21st. Paul joins the Narrators for an in-depth discussion of his work. And a special surprise appearance frightens the horror master himself!

25.0 – Twitter Pitching with Dan Koboldt

June 9, 2016 0

sffpit-contestDan Koboldt is the author of The Rogue Retrieval and also the instigator of #sffpit, one of several novel pitching events on Twitter. Unlike sister events, #sffpit concentrates on genre fiction: science fiction, fantasy and horror. Join us as Dan gives advice and shares insights into the world of pitching, then join the event itself on June 23rd!

23.0 – Serious Comics Business

May 27, 2016 0

un_comicsSometimes you just have to follow the current. Our carefully prepared show (which airs next week!) has been derailed to talk about all things comics. It’s on our minds, so there’s no use ignoring the illustrated elephant in the room. Reboots! Retcons! What’s our take on DC Rebirth? The new Comixology subscription plan? The carefully orchestrated shitstorm surrounding Captain America #1? It’s all here, True Believers.

21.0 – Patreon 101 with Taryn Arnold

May 15, 2016 0

We’re now on Patreon! As part of the process, Taryn Arnold from Patreonun_02 tells us about building a community and reaching an audience. She provides insight into how Patreon can enable creators to do what they love. If you’re thinking of setting up your own page, this interview will explain the basics. And if you love the show, consider supporting us on our own Patreon page! Or at least check out the supporting video. It has a dog and a cat.

20.1 – The City of the Future

May 10, 2016 2

un_scifuturesTrina Marie Phillips is the editor of the brand spanking new anthology, The City of the Future. This new release from SciFutures explores metropolitan life in near future and how it could impact humanity. The book features a short story from our own Christopher Cornell, L.A. Loves You. Chris and Trina discuss the project, futurism and science fiction prototyping.

The City of the Future is available in many formats: paperback, Kindle US, Kindle UK, Kindle AU, Nook, Kobo, Inktera/Page Foundry and Scribd.

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