Time to round up the podcasts from November for both SF Signal and Functional Nerds. Had a lot of fun chatting with all of these folks, so you should go give them a listen.
- Episode 308: An Interview with Author Beth Cato
- Beth is amazing. There are those moments where you just connect, and I really felt that with Beth. We’re both from the San Joaquin Valley, so we speak the same language 🙂
- Episode 309: Author and Podcaster Timothy C. Ward
- Tim and I have been in the same podcasting circles for years now, and it was great to have the opportunity to meet in him person, sit down and have a good chat.
- Episode 310: Author Robert L. Slater
- Robert and I sat down outside the WorldCon green room, not realizing that heading out those doors would end up with us locked out of the convention center searching for a way back in! His enthusiasm for his books comes through in this interview.
- Episode 311: Author and Editor James L. Sutter
- What can I say about James? He’s awesome. I’ve had the opportunity to chat with him several times now, and he never disappoints. I’m excited to see what he and Paizo come up with next.
- Episode 312: An Interview with Author Cassandra Rose Clarke
- Cassandra is a massive Marvel fan, and we had a lot to talk about. She’s also this awesome author with great books. Go listen now. 🙂
- Episode 251 – With Rob Gokee
- John and I were able to get our music nerd on and chat about all sorts of things with an award winning composer – Rob Gokee.
- Episode 252 – With C. A. Higgins
- C.A. was an absolute delight to chat with! She really knows her stuff and has written a fascinating new book in Lightless.
- Episode 253 – With Kristi Charish and Travis Langley
- The first of three episodes where I had to bow out due to a family emergency, this has John tagging in guest co-host Kristi Charish to chat with author Travis Langley.
Okay – that’s it for podcasts in November.
BUT WAIT – I wanted to include an honorable mention. I was on the Beyond the Trope podcast not so long ago. You can listen to that episode by clicking here. They’re also now on iTunes, so I highly suggest you go and subscribe.
Okay, that’s it for real.