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Enterpriserules November 20 2012 02:35 PM

Literary Treks
 
We have started a new podcast devoted to Star Trek in literature, comics and reference books. We were pleased to have Dayton Ward on for our first show to talk about his novella "In Tempest's Wake". Our second episode will feature Kirsten Beyer, talking all about Voyager and "The Eternal Tide". So look us up and let us know what you think. We have some great guests lined up for the future, so stay tuned! Check it our here

Patrick O'Brien November 20 2012 03:50 PM

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^This is awesome:bolian: I love a good trek lit focused podcast:D

Enterpriserules November 20 2012 04:05 PM

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That was our thought exactly. We want to celebrate Trek Lit on this show

Relayer1 November 20 2012 04:18 PM

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Could I suggest Una McCormack on her novels The Never Ending Sacrifice, Hollow Men, Brinksmanship and a bunch of other Doctor Who stuff ?

Drago-Kazov November 20 2012 04:33 PM

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Enterpriserules wrote: (Post 7281583)
That was our thought exactly. We want to celebrate Trek Lit on this show

I sort of mentioned this but i could not do it because i don't have the right speech pattern for radio. Please tell me i had something to do with this.:drool::drool:

Are you going to do thematic shows too?

I think it would be neat if every now and then we would get a species focus when you discuss the role of a certain species in Treklit and how it difffers from the canon Trek.

Enterpriserules November 20 2012 04:48 PM

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All great ideas! I am talking to Una and hopefully we will have her on the show soon.

Relayer1 November 20 2012 05:26 PM

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Enterpriserules wrote: (Post 7281742)
All great ideas! I am talking to Una and hopefully we will have her on the show soon.

That's great news ! :)

Being as tha went so well, I'll try again...

Christopher L. Bennett !

Drago-Kazov November 20 2012 07:20 PM

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H enever did a podcast about Forgotten History or the Buried Age.

Enterpriserules November 20 2012 07:26 PM

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I would love to have Chris on our show!

Patrick O'Brien November 21 2012 03:51 AM

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Great first episode guys:bolian: It was interesting to hear Dayton talk about the books he reads. I may have to check out the LA Noir book Dayton mentioned:)

Enterpriserules November 21 2012 03:04 PM

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Dayton was so much fun to talk to, a really great guy! This week, Kirsten Beyer!

bbailey861 November 21 2012 04:20 PM

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This is very cool and very interesting. Great idea - I'll be continuing to 'tune in'. Thanks.

Enterpriserules November 21 2012 04:24 PM

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We appreciate that!

KRAD November 21 2012 04:29 PM

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Neat idea. I'm available for an interview if anyone's interested. I can be reached at krad at whysper dot net.

Enterpriserules November 21 2012 04:42 PM

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KRAD wrote: (Post 7286083)
Neat idea. I'm available for an interview if anyone's interested. I can be reached at krad at whysper dot net.

I will email you soon!


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