In this episode, our intrepid panelists are interviewing Gregory Peterson, who just published his first novel, “War Machines.” The book is a near-future SF action thriller about a disgraced Marine turned high-tech thief and the predicament he finds himself in when he’s forced to take on one last “too good to be true” mission for a dangerous mob boss.
This episode’s topic is “Time Travel in Fiction,” in which our pugnacious panelists discuss time travel stories, starting with the basics…What fascinates people about time travel? Why would anybody WANT to travel into the past? If you could travel in time, what kind of time machine would you want (ex. – TARDIS, Delorean, hot tub, or space-time donut)?
This episode’s topic is “Astronomy,” in which our illustrious writers discuss the top astronomy subjects that SF writers need to know about if they’re going to write fiction set in space.
This episode’s topic is “Medicine in Fiction,” in which our illustrious panel discusses how medicine is handled in stories. From the effects of vacuum and zero-G on astronauts to the dangers of new worlds, from man-made viruses to nano-threats, our authors will cover everything they can think of. They’ll also talk about their favorite examples of doctors in SF books.
Food is more than just fuel. In this episode, our illustrious panel discusses the ways that authors can leverage food in their stories. Food can be used to set mood, expose emotions, add a touch of the exotic to a setting, and so many other things.
This episode’s topic is “How to Kill Sales,” in which our illustrious panel discusses the many ways that authors can sabotage themselves.
This episodes’s topic is “War,” but as a story background. Our illustrious panel will discuss how war, or any ongoing simmering conflict, can be used to add depth and emotional impact to your stories. Check it out!
This episode’s topic is “Finding Time,” wherein our illustrious panel discusses the various ways in which they manage to beg, borrow or outright steal the time they need to write their best-selling opuses.