Cover to Cover #48: One Year Anniversary

It's our one year anniversary!
Join Michael and Evo as they recap the year. A nice little "time warp" with the highlights (and the lowlights!) of the last 365 days, catching up with past guests and reliving a few moments.

Here's the guests we caught back up with to see what's been happening in their lives since we last spoke with them:

  • Tracy Hickman
  • Danielle Ackley-McPhail
  • Jonathan Fesmire
  • Michael Moorcock
  • Robert J. Sawyer
  • Greg Burke
  • Dave Reinberg
  • Mitzi Kleidon
  • Victoria Strauss
  • Tee Morris... and more Tee Morris... and a little more Tee Morris!

We also rebroadcast some of the old "commercials" (tongue placed firmly in cheek) we've played over the year, such as:

  • Madison, Atkins and Donovan (MAD) Genetic Scientists Institute - a division of Garrison, Olaf and Dominion (GOD) Complex.
  • Pizza in a Can
  • and of course... Dare Wear!

The News
Curious why we talk about what we talk about during this segment? Tune in to hear why Evo comes up with all that odd stuff... Also covered are the topics:

  • N. Korea upset with Americans over James Bond movies. (isn't he British?)
  • Virginia man beats his dog with a shotgun... and guess what happens?
  • I don't think you can get to Middle Earth from here, but Yahoo! travel morons are trying!
  • The Cube sequel coming out straight to video.
  • X-Men declared non-human by a judge


  1. Michael Chase Walker says

    My name is Michael Chase Walker and I am the author of Power Screenwriting.

    This will inform you that Debbie Durkin has never officially represented me.

    While Ms. Durkin was instrumental in getting my book Power Screenwriting into the hands of I-Film and Lone Eagle Press, she has never served as my contracted agent or manager at any time before or since.

    Since the publication of Power Screenwriting I have been in touch with Ms. Durkin infrequently regarding lectures, book signings, speaking engagements, and seminars that she has tried to arrange on her own volition. Other than the Interview she arranged for Dragon press in which I spoke there have been no other engagements.

    Some readers of the Dragon Press have reported that Ms. Durkin took money for a pending seminar and has not to date returned it. I have no way to determine the veracity of such statements, other than to say I was not involved in any manner.

    On January 16th 2003 I sent her a Certified Cease and Desist letter that she was not to in any manner further represent herself or Power Screenwriting on my behalf.

    To her credit Ms. Durkin might prove herself to be a tireless advocate for any client aspiring for representation.

    It is my personal opinion that Ms. Durkin is hampered mostly by her minimal material and financial resources and this might in and of itself be an area of necessary precaution.

    If your readers have any further questions, or you need to contact me directly you may do so at:

    Thank you


    Michael Chase Walker