My second-ever podcast interview is out! A few weeks back John Anealio interviewed me for the Functional Nerds Podcast. His usual partner in crime (and engineer) Patrick Hester was indisposed, so John brought on Kristi Charish to help interview and be interviewed. It went well, I thought. Plus now I know, more or less, how to use Google Hangouts as well as Skype. Joy.
It’s like a cross between Jurassic Park and … oh.
More groovy goodness from Brazil, this time courtesy of fan Imagine3711!
And – late last night, the interview dropped! Feel free to take time out from reading this gripping prose and give it a listen.
John Anealio is a musician and general bard of nerddom – listen to his musical stylings on a subject dear to my heart, George R.R. Martin Is Not Your Bitch, and buy the tune or the album, Laser Zombie Robot Love! Kristi Charish is a scientist and writer, whose most recent book is Owl and the Japanese Circus (The Owl Series). (And remember, kiddies: you can support not just Kristi's but my chronic eating and bill-paying habits by buying the book through my Amazon Associates account, via the handy-dandy link!) I enjoyed talking to them, and it seemed the interview went well.
As did – or so I believe – the video interview Emily Mah Tippetts did with me, which is as mentioned before available to watch here on Black Gate. And also as threatened, the interview I did for the The Grim Tidings Podcast (the Skype one) may be listened to here or here, for your enjoyment and edification.
… I thought I’d announced that latter when it came out. But I see I did not, owing to the same factor responsible for the fact I didn’t post here again as promptly as I, ahem, promised: life intervened. The first time – when the Grim Tidings podcast came out – was for more pleasurable reasons, those being savoring the fruits of my long labor in writing to and seeing to publication a modest little tome I like to call The Dinosaur Lords, as well as working diligently to promote same. The more recent delay was for … less salubrious reasons. But we’re all right here now.
Thanks again to Emily, Rob Matheny and Philip Overby of Grim Tidings, and John, Kristi, and Patrick for kindly having me on their shows! And Imagine3711 for the cool picture!
Please be patient and stay tuned, because there really are more tidings (not grim, at least so far!) (fingers crossed) to divulge here.
And as always – thanks for reading!