Cover to Cover #224: K. L. Nappier

Voyagers
Twisted Tails

This week, Michael and Evo talk with K.L. Nappier to talk about her newest stories, Voyagers and her contribution to the Twisted Tails anthology from Double Dragon Press.

Also on the Show:

  • Podcasting News: We are running the podcasting track at DragonCon, as well as running the Parsec Awards for Excellence in Podcasting. Check out DragonCon in 2006, and we hope you can make it!
  • Hugo Awards: Steve Eley of Escape Pod is playing the nominated short stories, and stay tuned to "Cover to Cover" for interviews with the authors of the nominated novels and novellas.
  • Michael has read a story that will appear on Escape Pod later this week.


Comments

  1. Regarding DaVinci code and Angels and Demons, I think Langdon does mention an incident at the vatican one year previous in DaVinci code, althought I could be wrong since it has been a while since I've read it.

    -S

  2. I was just going to say that oberonix.
    Yes in Code, near the begining theres a small mention to an "event in the Vatican", which is what A&D covers.

  3. Grr. I hate it when someone beats me to the punch.
    The Da Vinci Code does refer to Angels and Demons. In the Illustrated version of the book, it is on page 8 about the third paragraph down (what a geek I am). It is a pretty minor mention.

  4. Grr. I hate it when someone beats me to the punch.
    The Da Vinci Code does refer to Angels and Demons. In the Illustrated version of the book, it is on page 8 about the third paragraph down (what a geek I am). It is a pretty minor mention.

  5. Doohhh! Sorry about the double post. I waited TEN minutes, OK, actually closer to nine, but after that I figured it was messed up, so I clicked again. Won't happen again.

  6. I am very behind on cover to cover I just listened to the 223 and 224 together.

    Um but as has been stated already Angels and Demons was referenced in DaVinci Code. I am one of the people who thinks ANgels and Demons is a better book than DaVinci. His next book Digital Fortress I thought was horrible.

  7. I've only read Deception Point by Brown. I found it mildly interesting, a okay beach read. I didn't bother keeping it, though.