HTP Episode 135 – John Bukowski

John Bukowski is the author of Project Suicide, a technical thriller novel with a lot of genre-crossing potential. In this episode of Hungry Trilobyte, John and I discuss the real-world implications of writing about theoretical cures to Alzheimer’s disease and dementia, and how independent writers have to act as their own marketing team.

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HTP Episode 134 – David Wilson

David Wilson is a horror author and radio hand from Scotland. He comes to Hungry Trilobyte to give a few takes on HP Lovecraft, Stephen King, and fandom! This episode also includes his works ‘Children of the Cailleach’ and ‘Just a Bit of Fun’ as bonus segments.

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HTP Episode 133 – Dan Decker Returns!

Dan Decker (last seen in Episode 60) comes back to swap some ideas about why fandom affects different people in different ways– starting with very young kids and up through all stages of life.  He and I pull from examples such as Ghostbusters, Star Wars: Episode I, Transformers, and of course, Star Trek.

If you’d like the full context for this conversation, here are the earlier installments:

You can follow Dan on Twitter, both on his personal account as well as his Podcast’s account.  Be sure to listen to Shall We Digress!

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