This week on the ESO Network’s White Rocket Podcast, Van Allen Plexico interviews SF legend Larry Niven (Ringworld; Lucifer’s Hammer) before a big live audience at DragonCon 2013!
This week we present the second half of the epic Black Library/Warhammer 40,000 discussion with author Josh Reynolds of the Black Library. In the grim darkness of the White Rocket Podcast this week, there is only WAR!
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Author Josh Reynolds joins Van this week to talk about the publishing phenomenon that is the Black Library‘s dystopian and ultra-violent Warhammer/Warhammer 40,000 Universe. Beginning as a British tabletop game, BL has become the 5th largest SF publisher in the world, attracting great authors like Dan Abnett, Graham Mc Neill–and Josh! So load your bolter, take your oath of moment, and get ready for tons of fun with the eldar, Tyranids, and lots and lots of Chaos daemons!
ESO podcaster and author, Van Allen Plexico was interviewed by Friend of the Station, Mark Bousquet over at Atomic Anxiety about his assorted projects.
You can read the full interview here.
Visit www.whiterocketbooks.com to learn more about Van and his projects.
Also, look for Van to take a turn in The Geek Seat on an upcoming Earth Station One episode.
ESO’s Bobby Nash was interviewed by Mark Bousquet over at Atomic Anxiety.
Mark and Bobby talk about everything from the writing process, Bobby’s novels, podcasting, those exciting Pulp Ark Award wins for Bobby and The Ruby Files, and much more. There is also an excerpt from Bobby’s story from the award-winning The Ruby Files Vol. 1 you won’t want to miss.
Read the full interview here.
There’s no bad blood between Tobey Maguire and Andrew Garfield. The Spider-Men recently sat down for an interview in VMan magazine during which they discussed the pros and cons of being a webslinger. And best of all, Maguire gave some much-needed advice on preparing for the Spider-Man phenomenon.
Maguire played reporter to Garfield, who was the magazine’s cover story. He discussed his run in the Broadway play Death of a Salesman, and of course, his role in The Amazing Spider-Man. Maguire revealed he was extremely happy when he learned Garfield and Marc Webb were taking over the Spidey-reigns. Continue reading
You can read the full in-depth interview at http://morgenbailey.wordpress.com/2012/04/30/author-interview-no-355-with-writer-bobby-nash
Universal is finalizing a deal to pick up Agent 13, a sci-fi project that sees Charlize Theron attached to star and Rise of the Planet of the Apes director Rupert Wyatt attached to direct.
T.S. Nowlin is the writer behind the pitch, which is based on a little known comic book from 1988. It was created by G.I. Joe and Transformers cartoon writer Flint Dille and David Marconi, who went on to pen the Will Smith thriller Enemy of the State as well as Live Free or Die Hard.
The comic had post-modern pulp overtones, replete with femme fatales and explosive cliffhangers. The main character is male and despite Theron’s involvement, will remain that way. (The actress is attached to play another part.) Continue reading
The Free Choice E-Zine Interviews Bobby Nash
The Random 10 – No: 1 The Bobby Nash Interview
As always, you can learn more at http://www.bobbynash.com
You can read the interview at http://seanhtaylor.blogspot.com/2012/01/digging-up-deadly-with-bobby-nash.html
For more information on Bobby and his books, visit www.bobbynash.com