Posts Tagged ‘Jim C. Hines’
I just posted the newest episode of the Space Dog Podcast that about the Art of Novel Creation. Here’s the details:
The newest Space Dog Podcast has a panel called The Art of Novel Creation with Peter V. Brett, Suzanne Church, Jim C. Hines, and Jim Frenkel. It’s freely available at the SFOHA’s Space Dog Podcast site.
Also from ConFusion 2011 are these two recordings:
The Great Propeller Beanie War:
What are the issues of yesteryear in Science Fiction that seemed important at the time but now seem passe?
(Joel Zakem, Mike Resnick, Rick Jackson, Michael ‘FREON’ Andaluz, and Larry Tucker)
Will the future spin out of control? Will we reach a point of such rapid technological progress that our limited biological brains cannot comprehend it? Vernor Vinge and Ray Kurzweill defined this concept, and we’re going to to talk about the subject.
(Richard Herrell, Aubrey de Grey, and Ben Best)
Listen to them here and/or visit the sites.
They can both be listened to at the Science Fiction Oral History Association site.
And the Space Dog Podcast is at SpaceDogPodcast.com
Some of you may know that I’m the president of the non-profit organization, Science Fiction Oral History Association. Well we had a board meeting on Sunday and it inspired me to work on the site tonight. There’s a lot of content to be added but there also four recordings posted there from Penguicon 2009. They all have me as panelist. But that doesn’t make them all bad . Check out the site at SFOHA.org. The recordings are:
Copywhat Copyrights! Open Source Licensing in Literature
Or download the
Creating a Wikinomic Online Community
Legal Issues and Podcasting
Selling Your Soul – Marketing Your Work on a Limited Budget