Podcast: Kobold Tavern Tales

Join authors Rebekah Dodson and co-host Jay Michael Wright II in their world of all things dungeons and dragons, science fiction and gritty apocalyptic futures, as we discuss and interview our favorite urban fantasy, fantasy, horror, and science fiction writers.


Episode 6: It’s the End of the World with Guest Sarah Johnson

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Join host Rebekah Dodson, co-host Jay Michael Writght II, and guest Sarah Johnson to discuss her new release on April 10th: Infractus! What would you do if the world was ending and you were only *slightly* haunted? Sarah’s gripping novel answers this very question. Fans of zombie, horror, and apocalypse movies and literature won’t want to miss this.

Sarah L. Johnson lives in Calgary with her noisy family and two slightly bewildered cats. She wrangles literary events at an indie bookstore for money, runs ultra marathons for fun, has a filthy mouth, and does daily battle with curly hair. Her writing skates across multiple genres: literary, sci-fi, fantasy, noir, horror, and once a romantic comedy that was so very terrible and shall be blasted from the obelisks of recorded history. Her short stories have appeared in a number of journals and anthologies including Room Magazine, Plenitude Magazine, the Bram Stoker nominated Dark Visions 1: A Collection of Modern Horror (Grey Matter Press), and Year’s Best Hardcore Horror Volume 2 (Comet Press). Her short story collection Suicide Stitch (EMP Publishing) came out in 2016, and her first novel, Infractus, will be released on April 10th, 2018 through Coffin Hop Press.

Website: sarahljohnson.com

Twitter: @leadlinedalias

Pre-Order Infractus: http://amzn.to/2G3YaLJ


Special Episode with Author Robert J. Sawyer

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Join us for a special episode featuring Robert J. Sawyer — called “the dean of Canadian science fiction” by The Ottawa Citizen and “just about the best science-fiction writer out there these days” by The Denver Rocky Mountain News. Fans of this podcast will enjoy a lively discussion on the origins of science fiction in TV and novels, including Star Trek, and a discussion on Rob’s book, Flash Forward, which was made into a TV series in 2010.

Rob is one of only eight writers in history (and the only Canadian) to win all three of the science-fiction field’s top honors for best novel of the year: the Hugo, the Nebula, and the John W. Campbell Memorial Award. Rob — who holds honorary doctorates from the University of Winnipeg and Laurentian University — has taught writing at the University of Toronto, Ryerson University, Humber College, and The Banff Centre. He has been Writer-in-Residence at the Richmond Hill (Ontario) Public Library, the Kitchener (Ontario) Public Library, the Toronto Public Library’s Merril Collection of Science Fiction, Speculation and Fantasy, Berton House in Dawson City, the Canadian Light Source synchrotron, and the Odyssey Workshop.

For more information, visit Rob’s website.


Episode 5: Justice is Served with Guest Konn Lavery 

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Fans of this podcast will enjoy Konn’s new release, YEGman: “The Punisher meets Sin City.” Join us for a discussion on crime and thriller novels, video games, and comic books! With co-host Jay Michael Wright. Edmonton-based author Konn Lavery releases his new crime thriller novel titled, YEGman, published by Reveal Books on April 18, 2018. Early access readers have called the novel “The Punisher meets Sin City.” The novel takes place in Konn Lavery’s hometown, Edmonton. The story paints a dark and grungy variation of the city filled with underground clubs, gangs and violence being combated by an x-cop vigilante. Konn Lavery’s previous work has been recognized in the Edmonton Journal’s Best Selling Books list with his dark fantasy novel Mental Damnation: Dream. His horror novel, Seed Me, was given the Golden Award by Literary Titan Review.

Visit www.konnlavery.com for more on Konn’s books!

Order YEGman

Follow Konn: Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Amazon 


Episode 4: Heroes in Urban Fantasy with Kelsey Barthel

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Join us in discussing Kelsey Barthel’s new release, Beyond the Code, an urban fantasy and action-adventure story in the vein of Shadowhunters and X-men! In this episode, we discuss creating character backstory, our favorite X-men character, and a little about our hobbies as Dungeons and Dragons and Pathfinder players. Check out Beyond the Code at the links below:

www.beyondthecode.ca

https://www.facebook.com/BTCInkshares/?ref=bookmarks

https://www.inkshares.com/books/beyond-the-code


Episode 3: Putting Science in Science Fiction

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Durell Arrington discusses science fiction research and his science fiction release, Tactile Therapy. See our review of Tactile Therapy HERE.


Episode 2: Women of Balance: Female Leads in Fiction

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C.L. Cannon from Fiction Atlas Publishing will be with us to discuss her new book, Forget Me Not, and all things fandom. Harry Potter, Doctor Who, and Lord of the Rings fans will enjoy this one!


 

Episode 1: Two Nerds and Some Books

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Join authors Rebekah Dodson and Derek Brimmer in their inaugural post about all things kobold, dungeons and dragons, and fantasy in general as we discuss our favorite urban fantasy and fantasy writers. Big announcement from Rebekah about her new upcoming release!


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