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Old February 18 2014, 03:45 AM   #1
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A Time... 10 years later on Dead Kitchen Radio

This month on my podcast Dead Kitchen Radio: The Keith R.A. DeCandido Podcast, I look back at the A Time... series. This month marks the tenth anniversary of the release of A Time to be Born by John Vornholt, which kicked off the series. I served on that series as continuity cop (for all of it), co-editor (for Books 3-4), editor (for Books 5-8), and author (for Book 9) on that series, and on the podcast I discuss the genesis and development of the series, as well as a look at how that nine-book saga has influenced 24th-century Trek fiction in the decade since.

You can get the episode here, and you can also subscribe to DKR on iTunes.
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Old February 18 2014, 03:46 AM   #2
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GAH! Can trampledamage or another mod fix the thread title to remove the italics coding? I forgot that the thread headers don't take that....
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Old February 18 2014, 04:22 AM   #3
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I wish we had a less cumbersome blanket title for the series, one that wasn't a sentence fragment and an ellipsis. Sometimes I want to call it "The Ecclesiastes series." Or maybe "The Turn! Turn! Turn! series"?
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GAH! Can trampledamage or another mod fix the thread title to remove the italics coding? I forgot that the thread headers don't take that....
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Old February 18 2014, 03:56 PM   #5
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Re: A Time... 10 years later on Dead Kitchen Radio

I need to listen to this! Thanks for the heads up KRAD.

I wish we had a less cumbersome blanket title for the series, one that wasn't a sentence fragment and an ellipsis. Sometimes I want to call it "The Ecclesiastes series." Or maybe "The Turn! Turn! Turn! series"?
I like this idea, The Ecclesiastes series was one of my favorites by it's end
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How long does it usually take for the podcast to populate into iTunes, Keith? I'm still just seeing episode 36.

Heh, "The Turn! Turn! Turn!" series is pretty funny.
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I wish we had a less cumbersome blanket title for the series, one that wasn't a sentence fragment and an ellipsis. Sometimes I want to call it "The Ecclesiastes series." Or maybe "The Turn! Turn! Turn! series"?
I was always fond of referring to it as the "Ecclesiastes maxiseries." Or "A Time preposition..."
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If it's collected, call it The Ecclesiastes Progression.
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How long does it usually take for the podcast to populate into iTunes, Keith? I'm still just seeing episode 36.
No idea. It basically shows up when it shows up. *sigh*
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How long does it usually take for the podcast to populate into iTunes, Keith? I'm still just seeing episode 36.
No idea. It basically shows up when it shows up. *sigh*
It's the curse of the iTunes store!
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Old February 20 2014, 02:29 PM   #11
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I'm in the middle of it now, but fantastic podcast! I love insider baseball on the Trek novels. Where are all the other author's weekly podcasts?! I'm looking at you David Mack!
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Old February 20 2014, 04:00 PM   #12
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Actually, DKR is monthly, and I have trouble maintaining that schedule. (I started out doing it twice a month. That didn't last long... )
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I'm in the middle of it now, but fantastic podcast! I love insider baseball on the Trek novels. Where are all the other author's weekly podcasts?! I'm looking at you David Mack!
I don't have time to record podcasts. Hell, I don't even update my blog most of the time. Would you rather have new novels or a podcast?
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I'm in the middle of it now, but fantastic podcast! I love insider baseball on the Trek novels. Where are all the other author's weekly podcasts?! I'm looking at you David Mack!
I don't have time to record podcasts. Hell, I don't even update my blog most of the time. Would you rather have new novels or a podcast?
Clearly the only solution is to clone you.
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Clearly the only solution is to clone you.
I don't think the world's single-malt whisky producers could withstand the strain.
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