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My podcast to interview great authors and publishers on what makes great fiction.

AudioTim 48: New Authors Fellowship April Writing Update

I’m mixing things up a little from my normal schedule on AudioTim. First, I’ve donated the last three panels from Chicon 7 to Adventures in SciFi Publishing. “Disaster Response in Science Fiction” will post shortly. I’m giving them more shows … Continue reading

AudioTim 46: Chicon 7 Panel “Quantum Physics Meets Magical Realism”

Welcome to a recording of the World Science Fiction Convention, Chicon 7, panel, “Quantum Physics Meets Magical Realism:“ The way in which Quantum Physics describes the universe seems more and more to enter the realm of the fantastic. Where does … Continue reading

AudioTim 44: Chicon 7 Panel “Conquering Writer’s Block”

Welcome to another recording from World Science Fiction Convention #70, Chicon 7: “Conquering Writer’s Block.” Has your story fizzled out or hit a wall before completion? There are common reasons for this, and common solutions which work for most writers. … Continue reading

AudioTim 42: Chicon 7 Panel “Write What You Don’t Know”

My first panel recorded from World Science Fiction Convention #70, Chicon 7, is, “Write What You Don’t Know.” Stay connected for future podcasts on the AudioTim page, or subscribe via iTunes, RSS, or Stitcher Radio. In two weeks, Tom King, … Continue reading

AudioTim 41: Ramez Naam, author of SF Thriller, NEXUS

It’s good to be back. Two qualifications for guests in Season Two of audioTim: I enjoy their book and am excited about the conversation. Both were true of Ramez Naam and his debut fiction novel, Nexus, to be released December … Continue reading