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Best Anton Berg podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best Anton Berg podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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This episode comes to you LIVE from Gen Con 2019! Resistance Is Futile: Dealing With Writer’s Block and Resistance panel! How do writers get stuck, and how can they get UNstuck? Is there even such a thing as writer’s block? The dynamic nerd duo of USA Today bestselling author/podcaster Anton Strout and writer/editor/scientist Melanie R. Meadors dis…
 
On this Very Special Episode I talk with New York Times bestselling author Jeanine Cummins about her latest novel American Dirt and the controversy surrounding it. We also discuss the early days of our Dorks of the Round Table writing group, our long friendship, our careers in the publishing industry, being book people, and becoming the latest Opra…
 
This episode was recorded LIVE from the show floor at PAX Unplugged 2019! We talk with some of the latest and greatest of board game designers showing off their wares, including new games from Green Ronin, Lynnvander Studios, Chaosium, Steve Jackson Games, and Keith Baker’s Twogether Studios (including some talk about their Adventure Zone game)! Do…
 
LIVE from the Gen Con Writer’s Symposium 2019! But That's My Book! Staying Motivated In A Sea of Comparative Work. Featuring Brady McReynolds (JABberwocky Literary Agency), Carol Berg, Cate Glass, and Anton Strout. Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast over on iTunes, rate it and please tell your friends about us. It really does help. AND Hero F…
 
This episode Cherie Priest talks about the ups and down of a long writing career, getting lost at New York Comic Con, steampunk, Southern Gothic, working in George R. R. Martin’s Wild Cards world, and all manner of things writerly. Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast over on iTunes, rate it and please tell your friends about us. It really does…
 
This episode I speak with Felicia Day about her latest book on creativity Embrace Your Weird! We also talk about life as a creative, Robot Chicken, Hello From The Magic Tavern, her founding of Geek & Sundry, Comic Con, Dr. Horrible and the Whedonverse, our mutual joys/sorrows of being creatives while parenting, and how her new book can save writers…
 
This episode was recorded LIVE from the Gen Con 2019 Writer’s Symposium where I spoke with authors Carol Berg/Cate Glass and Kristen Britain. We talked about writing their big thick fantasy tomes, the creative process and much more rampant geekery as creatives. Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast over on iTunes, rate it and please tell your fr…
 
This episode we talk scifi/horror author James Murray about the latest in his Awakened series, The Brink. We also discuss Comic Con, geekery, improv, and the 9th season renewal of his hit TruTV series Impractical Jokers! PLUS! ENTER TO WIN FREE BOOKS FROM THIS WEEK’S SPONSOR CRYSTAL LAKE PUBLISHING! Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast over on …
 
Recorded at Comic Con International 2019 in San Diego. Moderator/author Brendan Reichs talks about The Fun-damentals of Story with fellow amazing authors Gini Koch, Sarah Andersen, Whitney Gardner, Thomas Lennon, and Brandon Mull! Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast over on iTunes, rate it and please tell your friends about us. It really does …
 
This episode we talk with return author guest Patricia Briggs! We discuss Storm Cursed debuting at #2 on the New York Time Bestseller List, touring with fellow superstar author Anne Bishop, riding the roller coaster of a writing career, the introvert/extrovert madness of a writer’s life, fandom tattoos, grief & its effect on writing, and much, much…
 
This episode we talk with authors Delilah S. Dawson and Kevin Hearne about their collaborative Tales of Pell, including its latest book, No Country For Old Gnomes. We also discuss their super successful individual books and comics as well as tacos, Star Wars, fantasy tropes, fandoms, and much more geekery! Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast o…
 
47North author Charlie N. Holmberg chats with us about young adult fiction including her Paper Magician series, her Numina series with its first two books Smoke and Summons and Myth and Mortals. We also discuss her road to publication with Amazon, anime, fanfic, and much more geekery! Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast over on iTunes, rate it…
 
This episode we speak with author Tee Morris about his latest book Twitch for Dummies. We also discuss coauthoring the steampunk Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences series, Podcasting for Dummies, Social Media for Writers, Star Trek, Star Wars, toxic fandom, Gen Con, the history of podcasting, writing with his wife Pip Ballantine, traditional and self…
 
This episode we speak with return guest Gwenda Bond about her novel Stranger Things: Suspicious Minds, which debuted at #11 on the New York Times list! We also discuss book tours, co-writing the Supernormal Sleuthing Services series with her husband Christopher Rowe, her Dead Air Serial Box project with Rachel Caine and Carrie Ryan, the ups and dow…
 
This episode we speak with return author guest Django Wexler about his multiple fantasy series, including his new book Ship of Smoke & Steel, the first in his new Wells of Sorcery trilogy. We also get into very writerly topics such as editing, weighing criticism, Young Adult vs. Middle Grade, his extensive reading list, and much, much geekery! Don’…
 
This episode we speak with director/producer/writer Kyle Newman about the gorgeous tome Dungeons & Dragons: Art & Arcana, A Visual History! We discuss the long history and art of the game from the rise and fall of TSR, its rebirth as part of Wizards Of The Coast, Gen Con, his movie Fanboys, writing, and much, much more. Don’t forget to subscribe to…
 
This episode we speak with urban/epic fantasy author Edward Lazellari about Blood of Ten Kings, the third book in his Guardians of Aandor trilogy. We also discuss our first New York Comic Con panel together, illustrating for Marvel, raising kids while trying to be creative, writing, and much, much more. Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast over…
 
This episode was LIVE from New York Comic Con 2018! GEEK GEEK REVOLUTION is a no-holds-barred geek culture game show featuring science fiction/fantasy authors competing for the chance to be TOP GEEK. Featuring Danielle Vega (The Merciless), Seth Fried (The Municipalists), Astrid Scholte (Four Dead Queens), and past guests of our show Patrick Rothfu…
 
This episode we talk with returning guest author Peter V. Brett about his Demon Cycle series and the latest novella in it, Barren. We also discuss his insane touring schedule, Dungeons & Dragons, New York Comic Con, his awesomely rabid fan base, plus his upcoming return to the Demon Cycle world! Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast over on iTun…
 
This episode we talk with author Peter Tieryas about his United States of Japan novel and its follow up the just on sale Mecha Samurai Empire. We also get smashy, smashy talking about ‘mechs, his working on both video games and some of your favorite movies, Gen Con, and a whole bunch of writing stuff. Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast over o…
 
This episode we talk with author Signe Pike about The Lost Queen, the beginning of her new trilogy that features Languoreth—a forgotten queen of sixth-century Scotland—and twin sister of the man who inspired the legend of Merlin. We also discuss her previous book Fairie Tale: One Woman’s Search for Enchantment In A Modern World. But that’s not all!…
 
Over 100 books published, over 70 million copies in print in over 100 countries! This episode we talk with author Sherrilyn Kenyon about her two newest books, Death Doesn’t Bargain, and the latest in her Dark Hunters series, Stygian. We also discuss writing, New York Comic Con and her presence at many cons, time management and writing schedules, ra…
 
This episode we talk with author Tim Waggoner about his long history of fantasy and horror writing, including his latest book The Mouth of the Dark, plus his tie-in writing including Supernatural and well over a hundred short stories. We also discuss writing, teaching, Gen Con, and how our homes are trying to kill us! Don’t forget to subscribe to t…
 
This episode we talk with author Brian McClellan about his Powder Mage series and his latest book in the Gods of Blood and Powder series, Wrath of Empire. We also discuss writing, editing, Gen Con, gaming, the Powder Mage RPG, and our near-crippling gaming addictions! Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast over on iTunes, rate it and please tell …
 
This episode we talk with author Ilana C. Myer about her new fantasy novel Fire Dance. We also discuss Last Song Before Night, writing as a freelance journalist here and abroad, being an introvert/extrovert, Gen Con, and what’s coming next in her fantastical realms! Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast over on iTunes, rate it and please tell yo…
 
This episode we talk with author Jerry Gordon about his new post-apocalyptic novel Breaking The World. We also discuss writing, editing, Gen Con, how all things lead to past guest/mutual friend Maurice Broaddus, and his long time association with Apex Books. Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast over on iTunes, rate it and please tell your frien…
 
This week we talk with New York Times bestseller Nell Scovell about her latest book JUST THE FUNNY PARTS: … And a Few Hard Truths About Sneaking into the Hollywood Boys’ Club. Hear tales of her writing for tons of nerdy projects such as The Simpsons, Sabrina the Teenage Witch, Warehouse 13, Charmed, and MST3K: The Return, to name just a few! We’ll …
 
This week we talk with game designer/writer/pulmonary embolism survivor Bruce Cordell about his long history working on Dungeons & Dragons from 2nd edition to 5th, Malhavoc Press, and his most recent role at Monte Cook Games. We also discuss Gen Con, writing novels set in RPG worlds, genetic engineering, and all the exciting new projects upcoming f…
 
This week we talk with fantasy author Beth Cato about steampunk with her Clockwork Dagger series, alternate history in early 1900’s America with her Blood of Earth series including October 2018’s upcoming release Roar of Sky, and tons about her fabulous baking, much of which is included in the Bready or Not: Sweet Maple Cookbook! Don’t forget to su…
 
This week we talk with author Nat Cassidy about adapting Tor Labs & Gideon Media’s Steal The Stars 14-episode podcast into a novel, playwriting, acting, Lovecraft & Call of Cthulhu, and even some Final Fantasy talk! Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast over on iTunes, rate it and please tell your friends about us. It really does help. Join the …
 
This week we talk with ireturn guest Kevin Shinick, the Emmy award-winning writer/actor/producer showrunner for many things including: Robot Chicken, Cartoon Network’s MAD, PBS’ Where In Time Is Carmen San Diego?, Marvel’s Spider-man, and his latest project the Netflix Original series Disjointed. Plus BONUS NERDERY: find out whatever happened to th…
 
This week we talk with fantasy author Django Wexler about the concluding volumes of his Forbidden Library (The Fall of the Readers) and Shadow Campaigns series (The Infernal Battalion). We also discuss his John Golden young adult series, his two upcoming series with Tor Teen and Orbit Books, gaming, and a metric ton of writing advice. Don’t forget …
 
This week we talk with science fiction author Jason Fry about his upcoming novelization of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, SW: TLJ: Bomber Command, his series of Star Wars cross section books, his Jupiter Pirates series, writing for the Wall Street Journal, sports writing, and the neurotic secret lives of authors! Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast…
 
This week we talk with scifi/fantasy author David Mack about his latest The Midnight Front, book one of his World War II-era epic fantasy series from Tor Books. We also discuss our time at Gen Con and his writing in the Star Trek universe from actual episodes of Deep Space Nine to novels all the way through the new Discovery series. Don’t forget to…
 
This episode we talk with fantasy author Genevieve Cogman about the fourth book in her Invisible Library series, The Lost Plot. We also discuss libraries and books in fantasy, writing role playing games for White Wolf and Steve Jackson Games, Imposter Syndrome, writing fan fiction, and as a bonus: swine flu and even ebola! Don’t forget to subscribe…
 
This episode we talk with Canadian science fiction author James Alan Gardner about U.S. vs Canada sci-fi fantasy, comics, martial arts, writing, his Skill List Project, old school computer languages and his latest book with Tor, All Those Explosions Were Someone Else’s Fault! Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast over on iTunes, rate it and plea…
 
LIVE from the Gen Con 2017 Writer’s Symposium! The No Room For Ego panel! From brainstorming to critiquing, how do you find a great partner—and not kill each other? An unlikely dynamic duo including a USA Today bestselling author/podcaster and an author/publicist tell all. Featuring new Writer’s Symposium co-chair Melanie Meadors and Anton Strout. …
 
LIVE from the Gen Con 2017 Writer’s Symposium! Time Management Tools and Techniques! There are so many distractions! This episode’s panelists look at tools and techniques to effectively manage your time and hit those deadlines. Featuring Toiya Kristen Finley, Leigh Perry, Aaron Rosenberg, and Anton Strout Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast ov…
 
LIVE from the Gen Con 2017 Writer’s Symposium! How Do Writers Get Paid? When and how should a writer get paid, what's the going rate, and what should you watch out for? Plus, is exposure a valid form of payment? Find out as Reddit Fantasy’s Steve Drew puts the financial writerly screws to authors Anton Strout and Maurice Broaddus! Don’t forget to s…
 
LIVE from the Gen Con 2017 Writer’s Symposium! Building To The Climax! Discover ways to structure your story so that carries the reader into the climax in a logical, exciting, and satisfying way. Featuring Erin M. Evans, Jerry Gordon, Karen Bovenmyer, and Anton Strout. Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast over on iTunes, rate it and please tell…
 
LIVE from the Gen Con 2017 Writer’s Symposium! Drawing From Mythology! Mythology is a treasure trove of resources for authors looking to enrich their stories. Learn to draw on myth and legend to enhance your writing. Reddit Fantasy’s Steve Drew moderates a fantastic panel featuring authors Howard Andrew Jones, Ilana C. Myer, Linda Robertson, and An…
 
Another awesome episode LIVE from the Gen Con 2017 Writer’s Symposium! Awesome Anti-Heroes! How do you create a hero who's so bad she's good? Where is the line between anti-hero and villain? Featuring moderator Susan J. Morris, Charlaine Harris, Gregory A. Wilson and Anton Strout. Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast over on iTunes, rate it and…
 
Jennifer Gunnels and Marco Palmieri—the mad scientist editorial minds behind Tor Labs—talk to us about their debut project, Steal The Stars, a 14-episode noir science fiction thriller. Forbidden love, a crashed UFO, an alien body, and an impossible heist—the adventure is just beginning. Be sure to check out this amazing new serial podcast voiced by…
 
This episode comes to you from Gen Con 2017, celebrating its 50th year! It’s another amazing panel from the Writer’s Symposium! Worldbuilding: Making Magic New Again! Have you had your fill of spellbooks, wands, and wizards? Explore ways to make magic in your world exciting and new! Featuring Brandon Sanderson, Anton Strout, Brian McClellan, and Ch…
 
This episode comes to you from Gen Con 2017, celebrating its 50th year! Join host Anton Strout in our third year of live shows from the Writer’s Symposium as we talk with awesome authors Beth Cato and Mercedes Lackey. We discuss careers, cookies, gaming, raptors, writing, and geeky podcast goodness for science fiction/fantasy readers and writers al…
 
This episode comes to you from Gen Con 2017, celebrating its 50th year! Join host Anton Strout in our third year of live shows from the Writer’s Symposium as we talk with Charlaine Harris (the Sookie Stackhouse, Lily Bard, and Midnight,Texas series) & Gail Z. Martin (Darkhurst, The Chronicles of The Necromancer and The Fallen Kings Cycle). We discu…
 
This episode comes to you from Comic Con International 2017, courtesy of our friends at Penguin Random House! Genre-Blending: How and Why? Readers, authors, and curators sometimes struggle to classify a work. Is it fantasy? Science fiction? Paranormal? Maybe all of the above? Authors Charlie Jane Anders (ALL THE BIRDS IN THE SKY), Daryl Gregory (SP…
 
This episode we talk with New York Times bestseller Jason Hough about Zero World, coauthoring Mass Effect: Andromeda: Nexus Uprising, and his Dire Earth Cycle series including the latest books Injection Burn and Escape Velocity. We also talk Comic Con International, Dungeons & Dragons, game design, Star Wars, and our dual appearances in the upcomin…
 
This episode we talk with hybrid publishing juggernaut Michael J. Sullivan about his amazing self publishing and traditional publishing careers, and his latest book, Age of Swords: Book Two of The Legends of the First Empire series. Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast over on iTunes, rate it and please tell your friends about us. It really doe…
 
This episode we talk with author powerhouse Rachel Caine about The Morganville Vampires, The Great Library series, her upcoming return to The Weather Warden series, Aliens and X-Files anthologies, her previous life as a pro musician, and her latest standalone suspense novel Stillhouse Lake! Don’t forget to subscribe to the podcast over on iTunes, r…
 
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