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Roundtable: Trash Talk on ‘Branding’

trashtalkingbrandingPaul E Cooley, Jake Bible and Starla Huchton and I had a great talk about branding and just general authorly stuff. Do not listen to this if easily offended. No, really. This is just not worksafe. Not min-van safe. Rude, rude, rude! Other than that, it was a great discussion. Download


Roundtable: Revenue Streams for Authors



Mur Lafferty, Hugh Howey, Nathan Lowell & I discuss revenue streams available to authors in the world of Paypal, Kickstarter, ebooks, podcasts, Google Hangouts & more. Download


WALK THE FIRE Author Roundtable

I talk with 5 authors from my about-to-release anthology WALK THE FIRE, about indie authorship, collaboration, shared worlds & their ‘WTF’ stories! Download



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Amazon for authors, (roundtable interview)

Adventures in SciFi publishing had J. Daniel Sawyer, Indiana Jim and myself on to wax eloquent (and rude) about Amazon’s effect on publishing, authors & readers. A fun & informative talk!   Download


Crackin’ wise: eBooks..and…stuff

I strive for roundtables full of insight, entertainment, pearls of wisdom and discovery.

This ain’t one of those.

There are some pearls cast by this panel of educated swine, but mostly it was an excuse to hang out with J. Daniel Sawyer, Starla Huchton and Brand Gamblin for an uncensored, off-the-cuff talk about eBooks. This is whatcha get! We laughed a LOT… but please don’t listen if easily offended.


In addition to good words by all about some aspect of taming ebooks with a whip and a chair, Dan Sawyer talked about smashwords and openoffice on his blog, and pointed to a Linux Journal article on Calibre open-source ebook management and mastering software.
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Roundtable: Colonizing New Audiences

Nathan Lowell; photo by Paulette Jaxton
 
 
 
 
 
Scott Sigler, Nathan Lowell and Robert J. Sawyer discuss techniques to develop audiences in a rapidly changing fiction market.


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#PodCrit: a Roundtable on Criticism in Podcasting

A roundtable discussion on criticism in podcasting with Jake Bible of the Dead Mech fame, Paul E Cooley of the Closet Treats podcast, Nathan Lowell of the Solar Clipper series, and J. Daniel Sawyer of the Antithesis Progression & more. Also mentioned: Association of New Media Artists & Producers and Understanding Podcasting. Personal critique: yes, sound levels are way off. Blame me & Skype, then enjoy!


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