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As you know, I have several projects on the go, right now. Happily, Mik Murdoch proof work of the galley is finished and sent to Lorina Stephens at 5 Rivers Publishing. That leaves me a little time for the other projects.
The most pressing is the YA Zombie podcast novel I’m working on as part of “The Action Pack Podcast.” I am writing and recording a new episode every month. JR Murdock and Scott Roche are also providing stories. Check out actionpackpodcast.com for more information.
I’m also working on the Mad Scientist Handbook which is officially titled, “A Method to the Madness, A Guide to the Super Evil” with Jeffrey Hite. Jeff and I talk about the handbook in today’s Tips and Typos section.
I’m also pleased to announce the identity of today’s guest author. Rebecca Rowe writes novels, short stories and poetry. She also has a master’s in Mass Communications/Journalism from the University of Denver and a Master’s in International Relations from the University of Southern California. I had a lot of fun talking with her about writing and getting published. I think you will enjoy the discussion.
That’s the lineup for today. I hope you enjoy the show.
00:00 — Opening – Get Published Episode 82 – Rebecca K. Rowe Comments Via Science Fiction
Everything has to start somewhere and this is the start of “Get Published”
00:14 — Introduction – Get Published Episode 82 – Rebecca K. Rowe Comments Via Science Fiction
Welcome to the show.
03:25 -Tips and Typos
Mike and Jeffrey Hite talk about A Method to the Madness: A Guide to the Super Evil
06:52 - Promo – Parsec Awards
07:29 — Get Published Episode 82 – Rebecca K. Rowe Comments Via Science Fictions (continued)
Rebecca K. Rowe talks about a number of things:
- How where you grow up affects your writing;
- Social commentary in your writing;
- The importance of finding a community of support;
- How she got published;
- Clarion Workshop and its value to the new writer;
- How travel has affected her writing;
- The value of conventions;
- Take care what you post online.
53:38- Promo - Flying Island Press
54:23 — Closing
Thank you for listening.
Websites mentioned in this episode:
Rebecca K. Rowe - http://www.rebeccarowe.com/
A Method to The Madness: A Guide To The Super Evil - http://madscientistanthology.wordpress.com
Parsec Awards - http://www.parsecawards.com/
Flying Island Press - http://flyingislandpress.com/
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