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Take a walk with Alex C. Telander, as he takes a trip around the regional parks of Sonoma County, and talks about writing: what it means to him, what he's learned over decades of writing, and how it's changed his life. And be sure to check out the Writing Walks Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/writingwalks/) for photos of his trips.
 
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Lummi Island is written and produced by Alex C. Telander. It is read and performed by Justy Gee. You can follow find her on Twitter @gee_justy. Music featured in this episode is "The Secret Of Growing Up" and "Reflections" by Lee Rosevere, under a Creative Commons license. To hear more of Lee's great music, check out: https://leerosevere.bandcamp.c…
 
In Chapter Eight, Alex Talks about the great Lady Astronaut Series by Mary Robinette Kowal. Thank you for listening to Bookbanter. This episode was performed and recorded by Alex C. Telander, with help from Hail and Well Met Podcasts The music featured in this episode is the Violin Concerto in A by Ludwig van Beethoven. The theme song is from Fanta…
 
Lummi Island is written and produced by Alex C. Telander. It is read and performed by Justy Gee. You can follow find her on Twitter @gee_justy. Music featured in this episode is "The Secret Of Growing Up" and "Expectations" by Lee Rosevere, under a Creative Commons license. To hear more of Lee's great music, check out: https://leerosevere.bandcamp.…
 
In Chapter Seven, Alex continues his critique of the Wheel of Time series, focusing on the final four books that were written by Brandon Sanderson, and how much they improved the series. Thank you for listening to Bookbanter. This episode was performed and recorded by me, Alex C. Telander, with help from Hail and Well Met Podcasts The music feature…
 
Lummi Island is written and produced by Alex C. Telander. It is read and performed by Justy Gee. You can follow find her on Twitter @gee_justy. Music featured in this episode is "The Secret Of Growing Up" and "It's a Mystery" by Lee Rosevere, under a Creative Commons license. To hear more of Lee's great music, check out: https://leerosevere.bandcam…
 
In this new episode of Writing Walks, Alex once again gets to do the walking part of Writing Walks on a new trail at Crane Creek Canyon Regional Park, and the episode begins with some nice ambient sound. Nature really performed for this episode. Alex talks about the pros and cons of finding your own voice in your writing, then discusses the usefuln…
 
Lummi Island is written and produced by Alex C. Telander. It is read and performed by Justy Gee. You can follow find her on Twitter @gee_justy. Music featured in this episode is "The Secret Of Growing Up" and "Under Suspicion" by Lee Rosevere, under a Creative Commons license. To hear more of Lee's great music, check out: https://leerosevere.bandca…
 
In Chapter Six, Alex delivers the first part of his critique on Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time series, going into detail why he read this long series that he already wasn't a huge fan of. Thank you for listening to Bookbanter. This episode was performed and recorded by me, Alex C. Telander, with help from Hail and Well Met Podcasts The music feature…
 
Welcome to the Ostium offseason, and to keep you entertained, we’re kicking it off with the release of Lummi Island, a short stories series I started, set in the Ostium Network universe. The first story, Cold Tinted Windows, is done and will be released section by section. If you don’t want to wait you can buy the ebook right now on Amazon for 99 c…
 
And now we come to the end of season 5. This is been a lot of hard work to write and put together, but it’s also been an absolute joy. I knew Jake and Monica would go on lots of adventures over the course of this season, but never envisioned many of them. Of course, there were some journeys that could not be completed, even though I wrote the scrip…
 
In Chapter Five, Alex talks about Brian K. Vaughan's first graphic novel series, "Y The Last Man" about a world where all the males of the planet, including animals and people, have been wiped out, except for one man and his pet monkey. Thank you for listening to Bookbanter. This episode was performed and recorded by me, Alex C. Telander, with help…
 
In Writing Walks episode 14, Alex talks about dreams, specifically when and how to use dreams in writing, and the potential pitfalls with them, and then how best to record and use your own dreams in your writing. He then talks about the importance of finishing you projects and how it's all part of being a writer. He ends the episode with a recommen…
 
We are Christopher Reynaga, Marguerite Croft, and Fox. Join us as we investigate magic, mystery, and the unexplained to uncover the secrets of Point Mystic. Point Mystic is a very special story that goes beyond a normal podcast. It is made with love and curiosity and mystique. It is a show that will lead you to places you never know you wanted to g…
 
In Chapter Four, Alex takes on Stephen King's new book, "If It Bleeds," a collection of four novellas. He brings on guest host Chris Fletcher to give him a hand. Chris has been a fan of King for longer than Alex has and has some cool stories to share. For some back story on Alex's and Chris's relationship, and specific Chris's history with Bookbant…
 
Kind of Lord of the Rings, except with an awesome gay sorceress on the planet of Albion. I’ve wondered for a while with the creation of the Ostium spin-off Circe on the distant planet of Albion, if Jake or Monica might one day end up there somehow. This is the story that came out of that, as I wondered what Pragma might be up to now that Thyra is g…
 
In Chapter Three, Alex finally starts talking about books, specifically about a graphic novel series, Saga, written by Brian K. Vaughan and illustrated by Fiona Staples. Be sure to check out the related blog post for the episode and photos which you can find here: https://alexctelander.wixsite.com/bookbanter/post/chapter-three-saga-compendium-one T…
 
A comedic post-apocalyptic tale, this podcast follows former radio host Jo Prendergast at the explosive end of the world. Keep up with Jo’s ham radio transmissions as she uses humor and luck to survive. I fell in love with this show from the start, with the interesting, diverse cast. The funny writing. And just the realness of the show, even if it …
 
In this episode Alex finally makes it out to do the walking part of Writing Walks again, as well as talking about the importance of conflict in writing, as well as the troublesome art of making yourself write, ending the episode with a recommendation for Mortal Engines by Philip Reeve. If you enjoyed this episode, be sure to subscribe, and if you h…
 
In Chapter Two of Bookbanter, Alex concludes his love of books and reading, going into detail about a book review and author interview podcast he started in 2009 with the same name, and why that show came to an end. For links and photos mentioned in the episode, be sure to check out the accompanying blog post, which you can find here: https://alexc…
 
Desperate to find meaning in his life, troubled Matthew Leads takes a job as the caretaker of an Antarctic Research Facility. An atmospheric isolation horror following his struggles with mental illness, a broken heart and the suffocating presence of Station Blue. Did you ever think Antarctica could be haunted? I love this show so much, from the wri…
 
Welcome to the Bookbanter Podcast. In the first episode, Chapter One: Why Alex Loves Books, Alex talks about how he became so obsessed with books, how his collection has grown and decreased over the years, and some authors he likes. He talks about what his goals are with the podcast and mentions something called Bookbanter. In the episode he talks …
 
Five teens head up to Camp Clarity to celebrate their last summer together, but little do they know they’re about to stumble on dark secrets that surround the lake. Lake Clarity is the sort of show that starts out with ordinary teens that quickly goes to the weird and unbelievable and you end up wondering and hoping everyone will survive. For every…
 
Alex is recording this Writing Walks from his home studio once again due to severe smoke pollution in California. In this episode who goes through his ten steps for how he writes a novel. If you enjoyed this episode, be sure to subscribe, and if you have the time, leave a rating and review on iTunes. Episodes will be release on the first of the mon…
 
A post-apocalyptic audio drama, in which rampant fires have destroyed not only lives and the earth, but what little civilization was left. Rhana is on a mission to restore humanity to the world. While only a few episodes of Starless were ever released, due to the creator being unable to continue to with the show, what was released was compelling an…
 
A person from 2019 is out of place, and out of time. They discover how the Earth has changed. How can so much destruction become something good and hopeful? Join our narrator as they discover where they are, when they are, and the mystery surrounding how they got there. On July 15th, 2018, Dwayne sent me his fanfic for Door 129. I’d invited Ostium …
 
In this episode, Alex isn't able to get out and go for a walk due to the pandemic and severe fires that has made the air very smoky. He talks about Getting Stuck in your writing, the pros and cons of Word Counts, and then his recommendation for the Lady Astronaut Series by Mary Robinette Kowal. Alex mentions the podcast Podcast Pontifications in th…
 
Hey everyone, Alex here. While we’re in our mid-season hiatus I thought you might enjoy hearing the first episodes of the shows we’ve done crossovers with for the first half of season 5. An audio drama about ghosts, cats, and the slightly odd people who look after them. There is a world that runs parallel to ours, a world filled with ghosts. They c…
 
Hey everyone, Alex here. While we’re in our mid-season hiatus I thought you might enjoy hearing the first episodes of the shows we’ve done crossovers with for the first half of season 5. Three adventurers travel the world of Kalanthus, uncovering hidden mysteries lost to the ravages of time in this story-driven, D&D based podcast. Here’s the first …
 
Hey everyone, Alex here. While we’re in our mid-season hiatus I thought you might enjoy hearing the first episodes of the shows we’ve done crossovers with for the first half of season 5. Greater Boston is a bi-monthly full-cast audio drama set in the Boston metro area, blending the real and the unreal, the historical and the fantastical. It all beg…
 
Hey everyone, Alex here. While we’re in our mid-season hiatus I thought you might enjoy hearing the first episodes of the shows we’ve done crossovers with for the first half of season 5. Welcome to Pseudopolis, a space station filled with people just trying to get through the work day without breaking anything important. Join an ensemble cast of ch…
 
Hey everyone, Alex here. While we’re in our mid-season hiatus I thought you might enjoy hearing the first episodes of the shows we’ve done crossovers with for the first half of season 5. In a city that never sleeps, the veil between waking and dreaming can fray at the edges. Enter Lucifer Kane, an academic whose knowledge of the other side is unpar…
 
In the tenth episode of Writing Walks, Alex talks about the keys to juggling multiple projects at the same time and still getting writing done. He then talks about research and the positives and potential negatives. He ends the episode with a review for the new Sandman podcast. In the episode he mentions about signing up for Audible. To get a free …
 
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