Cover to Cover #221: Hal Duncan

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Show Notes
Vellum by Hal Duncan.

This week the boys talk to Hal Duncan about his book Vellum.

Also on the Show:

  • Evo gets praise for adding the two authoring tools on the site.

  • We spotlight this week's Click-Grid sponsor.
  • The new improved library segment. We tell you about some of the books we are reading.
  • Get ready for a blast from the past. The Feed The Dragon segment is back and Evo tosses a self publish author to the beast.

About Summer Brooks

Summer Brooks is an avid fan of stories and story-telling, and fell in love with genre fiction at an early age. She's published several items, is currently working on several novels and webcomics, and one goal of hers is to write stories for television that leave a mark on people.

Summer is also the Executive Producer for FarPoint Media, and juggling all those shows and websites also keeps her pretty busy.


  1. Am I crazy? Where are the links to the script-writing stuff?

    Thanks so much for everything else-- :)

  2. Wow, Vellum sounds like a good read. Religion is such a vast complicated subject. I have read a lot on various religions and this book sounds like it will be a good addition to my library. Thanks for the interview.

    Click grid question: If you dont have a website to link to what should people do? I bought a square and just put a friends website on it. Well I guess you could just have the square not link to anything... sorry stupid question :)

    Still love the new and improved library segment... my to read book list just keeps getting longer and longer and longer..

    Feed the Dragon... totally outrageous.. human beings suck. Its always someone elses fault.

  3. Alan, you're no crazier than I; I can't find them either. There's a link to yWriter in one of the comments on the main page, but I can't find any link to the scripting tool. I found the Technorama website, on ChuckChat, but couldn't find a link there, either. And I don't think Evo mentioned the name of the tool.

  4. Never mind. It's Celtx, and there is a link on the home page, in the note titled something along the lines of "Help for Screenwriters".

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