For those who did not hear the live broadcast, the third episode of Science Fiction Spotlight Radio is online and ready for you to listen to it as a podcast. The guest is Matt Mather, one of the world’s leading thriller writers who has turned his hand to writing Science Fiction with his new Nomad series.
The interview went very well and spanned subject ranging from the popularity of Apocalyptic fiction to the enduring legacy of Isaac Asimov. It’s a good listen and well worth your time.
Hear Paul’s interview of Matt Mather!
I just posted another video on my You Tube channel, this one devoted to answering questions from readers.
Here’s the “listen in” information for my podcast interview. It will go live at 12:00 Eastern Standard Time, which is noon Louisiana time and 10:00 AM Arizona time Friday, October 16, 2013. You can listen to it then, or at any time in the future. Here is where to point your web browser:
This link not only takes you there, but also is supposed to open a player that will let you listen to the show.
This is a very exciting event in my nascent career as a published author and I hope to be able to share it with as many of my friends and readers as possible.
I spent about an hour and a half today on Skype with Mack Meijers, the host of a podcast program called “Science Fiction Spotlight.” The interview will air in the next few weeks and be permanently available for listening. We talked about my two existing novels, my upcoming book. Science Fiction, the creative process, and lots more. It was a fun discussion with an insightful, well-read, and truly intelligent interviewer. As soon as the air date and the listening URL become available, I will post them here and on my Facebook pages.
Many authors talk about these kinds of interviews as being grueling, but I genuinely had a good time. It was very much like one of those college bull sessions where you and a friend happen to blunder into a topic about which you are both deeply interested and both have a lot of knowledge. We could have talked for hours and, after the interview was over, actually continued talking for another half hour.
I’ve listened to some other episodes of this show, and they are all very enlightening. Mack Meijers could easily be a Science Fiction literary critic–he sees into the bones and sinews of people’s writing.
Anyway, URL and air date for the show coming up. I hope all of you give it a listen.