It’s a busy, fun day here, and the joint is hoppin’! Paul had a blast interviewing Scott Roche and Zach Ricks of Flying Island Press, and had the pleasure of being their guest on a special edition of the Galley Table podcast.
In Part One, Zach and Scott talk about Flying Island Press. In Part Two, Zach and Scott discuss the current and future landscape of Pulp Publishing 2.0. We’ll have the video soon (bandwidth, you know…)
Paul also had a great chat with “fan for life” Scratch Bacharach on the past, present, and future of fandom that will have you fist-pumping and booyah-ing by the end. I need to edit this interview down for length, and hope to get it posted by the end of the convention, but if not then shortly after.
UPDATE 1: Just back from the great Galley Table live podcast with Ben Bova. Inspiring! Looking forward to the launch party for A.C. Crispin’s new book at 5:30. An interview beckons!
UPDATE 2: Back home after a terrific time at the launch party for The Price of Freedom, where we got to chat with Michael Capobianco about the impact of e-publishing on SFWA qualifications. (Hint: the new bylaws are going to have some interesting changes!) Then drinks and convo in the bar with bestselling mystery author Cathy Wiley, writer, fan, and all-around great person Shirl Phelps, and contact juggler, standup comedienne, and storyteller Dorian Gray (yes) — a great way to relax after a high-energy day!
Okay, as promised here are Parts One and Two of Paul’s interview with Scott Roche and Zach Ricks. In Part One, Zach and Scott talk about Flying Island Press:
In Part Two, Zach and Scott discuss the current and future landscape of Pulp Publishing 2.0:
See everyone tomorrow!