Podcasts

We got a chance to sit down with Ana Castillo and discuss her writing, her place in “genre fiction,” and much more. She has a piece included in the anthology Latin@ Rising, which we’ve linked to below. Enjoy!

 

 

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We haven’t given you a new podcast episode in a while. Sorry about that. But we’re back with one now, and more are on the way soon! Enjoy this episode, from our show in January of 2016. It features Joshua Scher, Stephanie Diaz, and Sherri L. Smith.

 



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This episode is from January, 2016. It features Elise Forier Edie, Co-founder Xach Fromson, and David Gerrold, who were promoting the Horror Writers Association’s book Winter Horror Days. Profits from the book go to support the HWA hardship fund, which helps authors in need of a little assistance get their feet back under them.

 

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Episode 009!

Episode 9 is here, too! It’s the second half of our show from November of 2015, and features Stephen Jay Schwartz, Chrome Oxide, and Romina Russell. Enjoy, rate, and share it.

 

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On October 21st, 2015, Marty McFly arrived in the–wait, no, wrong story. We recorded our special show as part of L.A. Lit Crawl.

This special episode is unedited and presented in its entirety.

Featuring Robert Payne Cabeen, Nicole D. Sconiers, Derek Kirk Kim, Thomas Voorhies, and Tiffany Tang.

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Episode 007

Episode 7 is the second half of our anniversary show in September of 2015, recorded live at the MiMoDa Studio. We had cake. We promised you new things (like the podcast!). We had amazing authors. This episode features Mallory Reaves, Tananarive Due, and Aimee Bender. Enjoy!

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We caught up with Christopher Farnsworth over Skype to discuss the release of his new novel KILLFILE (Aug 2016, William Morrow). Give it a listen, and check out the book!

What Christopher is reading:

Welcome to our first author interview! We met up with acclaimed sci-fi author Nicholas Sansbury Smith during San Diego ComiCon and sat down to talk with him about the journey of his tenth novel Hell Divers (July 2016, Blackstone Publishing). Click the link below to buy the book for yourself!

Episode 6 of our podcast brings us to our birthday show in September of 2015. This was our second anniversary show, and we had six amazing authors help us ring in our third year of programming. This episode features Glenn Benest, Marytza Rubio, and Wally Rudolph.


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