Escape Artists

Rolling back the history reels to June of 2008, I received a recommendation for a good horror podcast from Hank Snider. He vastly understated the quality of the stories, narration, production value, and editing done on these stories. The podcast was PseudoPod and it had just released its 93rd episode, a story called, “The Land ...

Two New Pages

I’ve put two new pages on my web site. The first is a list (and descriptions) of all of the presentations I’ve given in the past and would like to do again in the future. The second is a list of all of that podcasts I currently listen to. Check the page on occasion to ...

I’m On The Round Table Podcast

I can’t believe it’s taken me almost two weeks to post about this! Many apologies to Dave, Terry, and Jake for the massive delays in getting this “out the door.” A few months ago, I sat on the Skype-line with three fantastic gentlemen and scholars of the writing craft and pitched a story idea to ...

Without Damage

Without Damage
I’m about a month behind in my podcast listening, so some of you may have already listened to the podcast I’m going to talk about tonight. If not, do yourself a favor and checkout episode 206 of The Functional Nerds. (Check them all out, actually. They’re really good!) In this episode, Patrick Hester and John Anealio brought Sarah Chorn ...

Updated Podcast List

I do this from time-to-time. Last time was about a year and a half ago. You can see my past podcast listings here and here. Here’s my current list of what I listen to and why: Adventures in SciFi Publishing This is a great podcast packed full of interviews with the occasional recording of a ...

Updating Podcast List

A while back, I put out a call for new podcasts. Thanks to the generosity of some kind folks on the Internet, I found a few more right up my alley. Good stuff out there. I’m sure there are more podcasts that are of high quality, but here’s what I’m listening to these days. These ...

I Almost Stopped Listening To Podcasts

A little over a month ago, I wrecked my car. It wasn’t horrible, but it wasn’t great, either. I came out a little sore in the neck/shoulder area, but the car was a mess (and in the shop) for a little over a month. When I finally got my own car back, I plugged my ...

Podcasts I Listen To

I have a huge commute (75 miles one-way) to get to work. Of course, I have the same return trip each day to get back home. This means I listen to quite a few podcasts. Here’s my current list, in alphabetical order: Adventures on Sci Fi Publishing Clarkesworld Magazine Escape Pod Hide and Create I ...

I Hate Getting Out Of My Car

For those of you that don’t know, I’ve have a long drive (about 90 minutes with good traffic) to get from the garage in my house to the parking garage near work. I fill this time with podcasts like EscapePod, PodCastle and PseudoPod. However, they don’t nearly come close to filling up my drive time ...