Episode 27 is the second half of my interview with Odin1Eye. Odin is the blogger and podcaster of "View From Valhalla" - the place to go for the best reviews of podcast novels. If you want to know what Odin listens to besides the podiobooks h
Episode 26 is the first part of my interview with Odin1Eye. Odin is the blogger and podcaster of "View From Valhalla" - the place to go for the best reviews of podcast novels. I enjoy FREE podcast audio novels, but if you are new to the podcast
In episode 25; my brother, Ted, and I discuss digital comics. We are both long time comic book fans and we take a bit of time to talk about our thoughts on digital comics and how we think it may impact the comic book industry.This isn't an inte
When the Internet powers of Jack Hosley (Wander Radio), Odin1Eye (View From Valhalla), and Richard Green (Geek Out!) unite .... well they just sit around on Skype and talk about stuff. But the stuff they talk about is AWESOME. And what could be
Episode 24 is the second half of my interview with Paulette Jaxton. I love this book so much that we spent both halves of the interview talking about the book and the delightful podcast version. I am looking at my paperbook right now and the ep
Episode 23 is the first half of my interview with Paulette Jaxton. This was one of my very favorite podcast novels of 2010 ... or any year. When I was surprised at the news that "The Empress Sword" was available, I immediately did 2 things. 1)
Episode 22 is the second half of my interview with Philippa Ballantine and Tee Morris, as part of the "Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences" Internet tour. Like a box of chocolate; with Tee and Pip you never really know what you are going to get ..
Our guests for Episode 21 are Philippa Ballantine (gracious as always, returning to the show) and Tee Morris (coming back to fiction in force in a major way). Those of you who have heard other interviews with them will know what to expect - awe
Episode 20 is the second half of my interview with Brand Gamblin. We start off with a "scoop" about Brand's next project! I so000 need to get him back on to discuss steam punk (maybe along with another steam punk author or two?) and definitely
Episode 19 is the first half of my interview with Brand Gamblin. Like an onion, "The Hidden Institute" has layers .... LAYERS O' AWESOME! Between the writing, the podcast audio production, and all the touches that Brand brings to to
Episode 18 is the second half of my interview with J. Daniel Sawyer. I try to keep up with Dan for another hour. Perhaps not all that well, but I have fun trying :) If you haven't heard the first half of the interview, please check it
Episode 17 is the first half of my interview with J. Daniel Sawyer. If Dan doesn't know something about media creation, it probably isn't worth knowing. ... O.K. that may be an exaggeration, but probably not by as much as one might thi
Episode 16 is the second half of my interview with writer, novelist, podcaster, and really nice human being Arlene Radasky. She is the author of the historical fiction (with a little fantasy added in for good measure) novel "The Fo
Episode 15 is the first half of my interview with writer, novelist, podcaster, and really nice human being Arlene Radasky. She is the author of the historical fiction (with a little fantasy added in for good measure) novel "The Fox". "
Episode 14 is my interview with podcaster, storyteller, and force of nature, Nathan Lowell, PhD. This interview is barely over an hour but packed FULL of geeky goodness about his books, writing, and basically why I can't get enough of h
Episode 13 is my interview with writer/podcaster Paul Elard Cooley. We talk horror, psychological trillers, ice cream trucks, and why stuffed animals are kinda creepy. Fans of Paul know how entertaining he can be, and if you aren't one
Episode 12 is the second half of my interview with Mark "The Encaffeinated One" Kilfoil. We talk about podcasts and a podcast about pocasting .... I know, but trust me, it's geeky goodness from two arch-geekologists :)You can find all th
Episode 11 is the first half of my interview with Mark "The Encaffeinated One" Kilfoil. Mark is a long time podcaster, voice actor/narrator, and really nice guy. In this half we focus on "The Weird Show", philosophy, physics, and weird st
This is a "re-broadcast" of an interview that Jack Hosley aka WanderWolf (@WNDRWolf on Twitter ) aired on his podcast "Wander Radio" episode "I-19 Round Table Discussion with Odin1eye and Richard Green (aka Mainframe)", posted January 14, 2011
Episode 10 is the second half of my interview with Christiana Ellis. No surprise ... we get geeky. :)You can find all things Christiana Ellis at:Web site: http://christianaellis.com/Twitter: @ChristianaEllisOn Podiobooks.com :"Nina K
Episode 9 is the first half of my interview with Christiana Ellis. I'm in the running for Christiana's biggest fan and this was a totally treat for me, and I hope for you listeners too.You can find all things Christiana Ellis at:Web site:
Episode 8 is an interview with Philippa Ballantine. Philippa, or "Pip" to her friends far and wide, is THE premiere podcast author from New Zealand. In addition to her own acclaimed novels and podcast versions of those novels; she has appe
Episode 7 is an interview with J. R. Murdock, is the author podcaster of "Billy Barbarian", "V and A Shipping", and "Murdockian Tales".
Prepare for humor when listening to J. R.'s books, you have been warned! :)
You can find all things J.
Episode 6 is the second half of the interview with podcast novelist P. C. Haring. His podiobook "Cybrosis" is a strong showing, with a stellar voice acting cast and writing to match. He is a long time member of the podcasting community
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