Dragon Page “Cover to Cover”
June 30, 2014 Leave a Comment
Mike and Mike talk more about the fight between Amazon and Hachette, continuing from Show 468 and including comments from your feedback via Facebook.
They talk more about how different authors are taking sides, how the monies are being distributed differently now than before, the different options available to authors (with publishers and going self-published) and things authors should be doing to sell their books and sell themselves. [Read more...]
Dragon Page Notes
As of December 2014, The Dragon Page is closed. No more episodes of "Cover to Cover", no more book reviews.
For those seeking more podcast options featuring only topics on reading and writing SF genre literature, we highly recommend Mur Lafferty's I Should Be Writing, Mur Lafferty and Matt Wallace's Ditch Diggers, SF Signal, Adventures in Scifi Publishing, and Writing Excuses featuring Brandon Sanderson, Dan Wells, Mary Robinette Kowal and Howard Tayler.
There will also continue to be some book reviews and news coverage at Slice of SciFi, but not as featured as it was here or at any of the above sites and podcasts. Whether a new books show comes along remains to be seen.
Thank you all for your opinions, conversations, contributions and support over the years.
More “Cover to Cover” Episodes
August 23, 2004 Leave a Comment
Andrew is a second-time guest, appearing this time to speak about his latest work, Bride of the Fat White Vampire.
Christian fiction with sprinkles of horror throw in? That's what William has created, it's a great book regardless of your personal faith. Hey, who doesn't like a book with personal demons and a government project which opens a door to an alternate universe? [Read more...]
April 7, 2008 8 Comments
Interview: Illustrator and author James A. Owen joins us in studio, in the midst of his school and library tour to talk about The Search for the Red Dragon, the second books in the "Imaginarium Geographica".
The stories and the artwork in this series are wonderful, with the grand scope of history, geography, literature and mythology that are intertwined. Now, combine this with the 7-book "Mythworld" series that will eventually tie into the 7-book "Imaginarium" series, plus a tie-in with the "Starchild" graphic novels, and you've got a truly rich world that needs it's own book of footnotes just to keep track of all of the references. [Read more...]