Cover to Cover #279B: Finding Lost Stories

This week, Michael, Summer, and Michael cover your writing and publishing questions, and do we really need a nickname for the "B" show? I don't think so.

Feedback: Barry from Provo wants to know what we read outside of science fiction and fantasy, and which ones made impressions on us; Indiana Jim is struggling to keep up with our many shows, and comments on famous authors' work published under different names; Thomas in Germany chimes in on the "missing" Pern book... "A Time When" was a commemorative publication for Boskone 12 in 1975; Patrick in Portland on discussions from C2C #272.

Yes, we can and will discuss genres beyond SF and fantasy... and if you have a review for something that's in a different genre, by all means, tell us about it and send it in!

Can you describe in one minute or less a book you've forgotten or lost and are trying to find again? Let us know, and try to help you find it!

Listener Review: Jason from Colorado reviews Soon I Will Be Invincible, by Austin Grossman.

The Library: by George by Wesley Stace; Houston, We've Got Bubbas! edited by Selina Rosen; Jumper: Griffin's Story by Steven Gould; Metal Swarm by Kevin J. Anderson; Winterbirth by Brian Ruckley; Innocent Mage by Karen Miller; The Baby Merchant by Kit Reed (tpb reprint); Burdens of Empire by C. J. Ryan; The Blade Itself by Joe Abercrombie; The Devil's Right Hand by Lilith Saintcrow.

Submitting Listener comments: If you have any suggestions or comments, please let us know!

Promo: Dragon's Fire, Wizard's Flame by Michael R. Mennenga
Promo: Dragon Moon Press