New Reality Break Episode is Live

After a long drought, a new episode of Reality Break Podcast has been posted, this one with science fiction author and memoirist William Shunn. He was game enough to do this interview long before the series was going again and this conversation has sat in the can for a very long time. As he returns […]

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More Macropayments

Here’s another example of the macropayment stuff I’ve been talking about for the last few days. John Klima is editor of Electric Velocipede, which I have never read but I know of because he has published William Shunn and I heard about it on his podcast. Now (via SF Scope) I found out about this […]

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EGC Clambake for September 1, 2007 – “Third Anniversary Non-Celebration”

Here is the Bittorrent link and direct MP3 download for the EGC clambake for September 1, 2007. I play some more submitted music from Rob Szabo; I talk briefly about the third anniversary of this podcast and why the celebration is low key; I propose “Slusher’s Law of Podcasting” which posits that the value of […]

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Around the Podosphere

Here’s some stuff I have recently heard and liked in the podcast world. I cite Gerry Spence frequently, and mention his book How to Argue & Win Every Time in the podcast a lot. Recently I heard him talk about his new book Bloodthirsty Bitches and Pious Pimps of Power: The Rise and Risks of […]

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Move to the Left

Bill Shunn posts on his blog that his story “From Our Point Of View We Had Moved To The Left” is now available from Fictionwise. I read this story in F&SF when it was first published 13 years ago, and I thought it was a strong powerful story back then. It’s even more appropriate today, […]

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