Adventures in SciFi Publishing
AISFP 288 – Kristi Charish and Timothy C. Ward03/01/15
Kristi Charish and Timothy C. ward join us to discuss their new books! Also, this is Shaun’s last show. Brent and Kristi will be continuing the podcast in a bold, new direction with exciting new segments and more great author interviews. Thank you to...
AISFP 287 – Janet Morris and Chris Morris
Janet and Chris Morris join us to discuss how to write in the ancient world, among many other topics. This episode is brought to you by Islands, an audio drama based on a novella from Eric Flint, adapted by Tony Daniels, and published by Baen books. A...
AISFP 286 – S.E. Grove
S.E. Grove joins us to discuss the story, magic, science and inspiration behind her stellar novel, The Glass Sentence.
AISFP 285 – Mike Resnick
Mike Resnick joins Shaun to discuss his latest novel, The Fortress in Orion, the beginning of the Birthright Universe, and much more. Also, we play first five five minutes of Islands, by Eric Flint. This episode is brought to you by Islands, an audio...
AISFP 284 – Chris Pourteau, Jennifer Ellis and Editor David Gatewood
Chris Pourteau, Jennifer Ellis and Editor David Gatewood join us to discuss their new anthology, Tales from Pennsylvania, which also features a story by our very own Timothy C. Ward! This episode is brought to you by Islands, an audio drama based on a...
AISFP 283 – Jennifer Marie Brissett
Jennifer Marie Brissett joins Brent Bowen to discuss her first novel, Elysium. Also, Shaun talks about some new books that just came out, including titles by George R. R. Martin and Frank Herbert.
AISFP 282 – Brad R. Torgersen and Jonathan Carroll Review
Brad Torgersen, author of The Chaplain's War, joins us this episode to discuss a variety of topics, including: the cost of winning a war; confronting our concept of the "Other"; his favorite military SF novels; the evolution of language; much more.
AISFP 281 – Jeanne Cavelos of the Odyssey Writing Workshop
Jean Cavelos, founder of the Odyssey Writers Workshop, joins us to to talk writing, workshops, making it as an author, what writers don't know, what makes Odyssey different from Clarion, where publishing is going, concerns about piracy and an...
AISFP 280 – Military Fantasy with Jennifer Brozek and Bryan Thomas...
This episode is brought to you by The Grand Hotel, by Scott Kenemore. Welcome to the hotel where nobody checks out. When a desk clerk welcomes a group of tourists into his mysterious and crumbling hotel, the last thing he expects is that a lone girl...
AISFP 279 – Publishing Round Table with Kevin J. Anderson, David...
Happy NanoWrimo! To celebrate writing and selling your writing, we bring you an amazing, stupendous, stellar, one-of-a-kind publishing round table! . . . Did I oversell it? As part of this panel, seasoned professional authors Kevin J. Anderson and...
AISFP 278 – Book Reviewer Sarah Chorn
Sarah Chorn of Bookworm Blues joins us to discuss book reviewing and some of her favorite books from 2014.
AISFP 277 – James Frey and a Book Giveaway
James Frey, author of A Million Little Pieces and My Friend Leonard, joins us to discuss his first science fiction novel that he co-wrote with Nils Johnson-Shelton, author of the Otherworld Chronicles. This episode is brought to you by the new middle...
AISFP 276 – Kameron Hurley
Two-time award winning author Kameron Hurley joins Moses to discuss her work, her journey, the support of the writing community, finding the market for her work, making her own rules, and much, much more! This episode is brought to you by the new...
AISFP 275 – Patrick Swenson
Patrick Swenson joins us to discuss his first novel, The Ultra Thin Man, published by Tor Books. Patrick is the publisher of Fairwood Press and previously edited Talebones Magazine for 14 years. This episode is brought to you by the new middle grade...
AISFP 274 – S. Ron Mars, EAT FISH AND DIE
Today’s interview is a combination of sorts. First, S. Ron Mars (a.k.a. Saul Garnell) talks about his comedic scifi short story, “Eat Fish and Die,” which we have a five minute sample of (12 minute to 17 minute mark). After that, we have a thirty...
AISFP 273 – Lou Anders and a Book Giveaway
Lou Anders joins us to discuss his new middle grade fantasy novel, THRONES AND BONES: FROSTBORN. More than a book, we discuss the many games being released along with the novel, including the Thrones and Bones board game, a developing RPG, and online...
AISFP 272 – Fake Reviews
With Shaun, Moses, and Brent back behind the microphones, we felt it appropriate to get together for a little topic discussion, as we used to do quite often. This episode is brought to you by the new middle grade novel THRONES AND BONES: FROSTBORN, by...
AISFP Podcast 271 – Special Announcement
Hey folks… well I’m not going to ruin the surprise in the shownotes, so you’ll have to have a listen. A couple special announcements about our team that I can share. First, John Dodds, an irreplaceable reviewer and cohost, just released his paranormal...
AISFP Podcast 270 – M.R. Carey, THE GIRL WITH ALL THE GIFTS
Timothy C. Ward, author of Scavenger (free today thru Wednesday), interviewed M.R. Carey about his breakout novel, The Girl with all the Gifts. In Tim’s review a few weeks ago, he called it one of the best reads of the year. This interview has a small...
AISFP Podcast 269 – Nick Cole, SODA POP SOLDIER
Soda Pop Soldier is the new novel from Nick Cole, author of the bestselling Wasteland Saga. Call of Duty meets Diablo, Soda Pop Soldier is the must-read thriller for gamers and anyone interested in how that profession could affect a bleak, future...
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