TalkCast 269 – Derrick & Brian Belanger and Chuck Davis




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Our Guests tonight are brothers Derrick and Brian Belanger and their partner in crime writing, Chuck Davis. Together they are the creators of A Study in Terror: Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s Revolutionary Stories of Fear and the Supernatural. More info can be found on Amazon, GoodReads, and Belanger Books.

 

 

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TalkCast 268 – A Special Author Special




Tonight we’ve yet again wandered away from our usual format! In honor of Women’s History Month and because we love reading, we’re bringing you a special episode on some of our favorite female authors of speculative fiction!

Dome’s Picks:

Sir Sarah’s Picks:

Zombrarian’s Picks:

 

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TalkCast 267 – Scott and David Goudsward




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Our Guests tonight Scott And David Goudsward, authors of A Horror Guide To Massachusetts.

 

 

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TalkCast 266 – Jim Martin




JimMartinGary1_copyTonight, once again, we broke format. We had aone single news story and went right to our guest for the remainder of the show.

RIP Leonard Nimoy

Our guest tonight is the multi-talented Jim Martin. Actor, director, writer and puppeteer, Jims career spans decades among many iconic television shows. Jim talks with us about his career form its beginnings in Pittsburg in local theater and television and his migration to New York where he worked on The Great Space Coaster, Sesame Street, Bear In The Big Blue House, Eureeka’s Castle and many many more.

Some of our discussion centered on Jim finding one of his more successful projects, The Great Space Coaster, and realizing that it has been sold and shelved. Jim, with the help of a lawyer and The Toonseum in Philadelphia, reacquired the original 2 inch Videotapes and are in the process of meticulously restoring and digitizing them. Enjoy the hour and learning all about Gary Gnu.

 

 

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TalkCast 265 – Scott Goudsward and Rachel Kenley




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Tonight’s guests are editors Scott Goudsward and Rachel Kenley of Once Upon an Apocalypse. To learn more about this fun mix of zombies and fairy tales, visit their website or their Facebook page.

 

 

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TalkCast 264 – Storied Threads




 

V BaileyWe began the night talking about a fund raiser on Feb. 22, 2015 to help rebuild Collectors Kingdom, Jesse Wroblewski joined us to talk about the legacy of the famous local Long Island shop and efforts to help rebuild after a fire completely destroyed it.

Our second guest was Veronica Bailey owner of Stories Threads. We talked about the inception of Storied Threads and its evolution, the place of artisans in the Convention world and what’s new for her fans for this coming season.

 

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TalkCast 263 – Joseph Schmalke




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Our guest, Joseph Schmalke returns to discuss his new comic, The Infernal Pact, its KickStarter, the evolution of this project and woodcarvings.

 

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TalkCast 262 – Jim Dyer




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Jim Dyer is the grandson of CM Eddy, Horror and Sci Fi Author and long time friend of HP Lovecraft  (Wiki page ) Jim is editing some of his grandfather’s stories for a new generation of readers including The Loved Dead And Other Tales.

 

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TalkCast 261 – Griffin Ess




Tonight’s guest is Griffin Ess, who provided us with the following link and I can’t write a better synopsis than this:

GRIFFIN ESS IS CREATING  PIGMENTS OF YOUR IMAGINATION

Find him on

His webcomics are:

 

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TalkCast 260 – Andy Arnott and Alex Cormack




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Kickstarters of the Week:

News:

 

Tonight’s awesome guests are Andy Arnott and Alex Cormack, back again to announce the second issue of I Play The Bad Guy!

 

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