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Cover to Cover #410A: Lou Anders

Interview: Lou Anders, Editorial Director for Pyr, joins us to talk about Pyr SF's ventures into electronic publishing.

Lou talks about how the iPad has shifted his reading preferences recently, and despite his deep and continuing love for physical books themselves, he can see where his future book buying may go the way his music buying went after iTunes became more widely used.   [Read more...]

Cover to Cover #302A: Kenneth Johnson

Interview: Michael, Summer and Michael talk with Kenneth Johnson. Kenny is more known for creating the television shows "V", "The Bionic Woman" (the original series), "The Incredible Hulk", and "Alien Nation", but he's also got a new book out, V: The Second Generation.

Kenny tells us about the inspiration for the story, from when he was preparing the DVD release of the original miniseries, and he wondered what would happen if someone answered the distress call that was sent into space. So the book starts from when someone arrives in response to the call the Resistance sent out.   [Read more...]

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