I am excited to share this week’s episode with you. Delilah is one of my favorite author’s to read and it was a blast chatting with her!
Delilah S. Dawson is the New York Times bestselling writer of Star Wars: PHASMA, Servants of the Storm, the HIT series, Wake of Vultures and the Shadow series (as Lila Bowen), and many others. She has written a variety of short stories and comics. Delilah is on the show talking her books and comics, inspiration, and a love of Star Wars. She goes into what it’s like writing Rhett Walker of her Shadow series, and the history of other characters. Delilah also talks her journey to writing comics.
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I am super excited to share this week’s episode with you folks! I have a wonderful talk with the wildly talented JY Yang. We talk the difference in writing short stories, novellas, and novels. JY talks about their recently released novellas The Red Threads of Fortune and The Black Tides of Heaven.
I had a blast talking to them. I hope you enjoy!
JY Yang is the author of the Tensorate novellas from Tor.Com Publishing (The Red Threads of Fortune, The Black Tides of Heaven and two more slated for 2018). They live in Singapore and identify as queer and non-binary. Find them online at http://jyyang.com, or on Twitter: @halleluyang.
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The holidays are passing at a raging, hair-tangling speed on my end. How about with you?
In just a few short days 2017 will be over and a new year will begin. It’s been quite a year. I am trying to take a moment or three to catch my breath. 2018 is going to be a big one for me career-wise, so there is a part of me that really does
want to take a breath so that’s what I am trying to do. Come January 3rd my schedule morphs into a sharp-toothed creature.
The show closes out 2017 with
author, Myke Cole. Myke is the
author of the Shadow Ops Series and forth-coming The Armored Saint and a nonfiction history book Legion vs. Phalanx.
Myke and I talk New Year’s resolutions, the important role tabletop games have in the creative process, his recent release Siege Line and forthcoming works. And, quite a bit more.
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This week I talk with Jason Sizemore about what Apex Publications has in store for the future, what it’s like working from home, and the importance of animal companions.
Raised in the Appalachian hills of southeastern Kentucky, Jason Sizemore is a three-time Hugo Award-nominated editor, writer, and publisher who operates the science fiction, fantasy, and horror press Apex Book Company. He is the author of the collection of dark science fiction and horror shorts Irredeemable and the tell-all creative non-fiction For Exposure: The Life and Times of a Small Press Publisher. He currently lives in Lexington, KY.
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Hey guys! I have not one but two guests this week. I talk with writer, Mark Allard and comic artist, Elaine Will. We talk their graphic novels Look Straight Ahead and Arkade. They get into the inspiration behind them as well as the process of their current works in progress. Mark, Elaine, and I discuss the ups and downs of creation and how an accurate depiction of creators is hard to find in existing Media and what the one exception is. Before the interview, I talk NanoWrioMo preparation and mindset. The weekly read recommendation is comic collection, Niobe out through Stranger Comics.
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Kat Howard is on the showing talking about her new release “An Unkindness of Magicians” and her exciting new book deals with Saga Press. Kat and I get deep into the process of creating and what it is like to do yoga with pets. At the end of the episode there is a bonus section where Kat answers big questions about “An Kindness of Magicians” for those who have read the book. Before Kat comes on, I talk about NaNoWriMo and my crazy plans.
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