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Updated June 2020
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Join Sharla and Beth on their quest to bring "the passed" to life! They will have guests from the Paranormal, UFO, Cryptid & Strange/Unusual Communities who will give them different perspectives & discuss methodologies on solving the age old mystery...What lies beyond the world we know and is communication possible? Join us as we bring the passed to life!
 
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D. M. Kirtaime The fun thing about this podcast is that we never know where we are going to be introduced to our next guest. This includes social media platforms we would not associate with science fiction or fantasy. I am looking at you LinkedIn. But that is where we met Dominik M Kirtaime and learned about his first book, The Perennial Migration.…
 
And, yes the podcast titles are becoming more obscure. In this case it is very appropriate. We get to talk with Kathrin Hutson about her new series of books set in a near dystopian future. The first book in her Blue Helix Series is called Sleepwater Beat. This book is killer in every sense of the word, from the characters to the plot and world buil…
 
Richard Paolinelli In this episode we get to, once again, touch base with multi-talented friend of the show Richard Paolinelli. As is usual when Richard comes on, whatever main topic we were planning to discuss becomes part of an auditory omelet, whereby we know where we want to end up but actually have no idea what’s inside until we’re done. Never…
 
Dr. Bruce Olav Solheim Some interviews just happen all by themselves. No matter how much you plan and research, the conversation does what the hell it pleases and meanders wherever it wants. Thus was this episode with Bruce Olav Solheim; Radio Talk Show Host, Playwright, History Professor, member of MUFON, author of 8+ books on a wide range of subj…
 
Curtis M Lawson Can music be evil, in and of itself? We explore this concept using a piece of fictional classical music called The Madrigal of the World’s End. In this episode, we get to once again talk with horror novelist Curtis M. Lawson (and yes, I do goof his name, but this time in an entirely unexpected way). He came on to talk about his newe…
 
Kristina Rienzi Hey and hi, everyone. Welcome to the new normal of the pared down interview where, because of the current “world wide crisis”, bandwidth is limited 24/7 which makes using the internet a problem for us to work in. That being said, we will continue on as best we can with whatever limited resources are available. Our first attempt at n…
 
Ryan Lessard Welcome, my friends to this edition where we get to talk with fellow broadcaster, journalist and comic creator Ryan Lessard about his 20 year old new project. What does he mean by that? We spend a good portion of the discussion talking about just how long this went from seed of a concept in a notebook and how he kept returning to it ov…
 
Not Joseph J. Madden At All! We need more fun. A statement; direct, simple and to the point. At the time of this podcast, we Actually Joseph J. Madden need more fun. Due to ecological circumstance our daily lives are becoming more like “The Caves of Steel”, so DAMN IT, WE NEED MORE FUN!!! What has that got to do with the deadly, vicious Australian …
 
Jeffrey A, Carver On this show we welcome Boston “semi-native” Jeffrey A.Carver. His work ranges from hard SF to space opera with a healthy sense of wonder. He has taught writing in many settings, from educational television to Odyssey to MIT to his own workshops He is the author of eighteen science fiction novels, including the recently published …
 
The Mighty Mascots What do Heckle and Jeckle, Huckleberry Hound and Diver Dan have to do with this episode? Honestly, nothing….and EVERYTHING. Join us on an old timey/futuristic voyage with the adventures of The Mighty Mascots, a unique comic from the interesting mind of Keith Gleason, and their collective future. Plastic City Comic Con Then we got…
 
On this episode we have our yearly chat with Daniel Abella, the man in charge of The Philip K Dick Sci Fi Film Festival. In its 8th. Season, this year is a five-day event. We got the chance to talks about how the films are curated, the myriad of geographic locations they come from and all the different ways the conceptualization of the Philip K Dic…
 
Liz Butcher In this episode, we talk with Australian author Liz Butcher about Fates’ Fury, her debut novel. As the interview begins, we briefly touched on the wildfire catastrophe that has enveloped her country. Her first hand account of the devastation there is chilling. Then we talked about how her ideas became this novel. The discussion centered…
 
Life’s a bitch. She deals off the bottom of the deck. But you play the hands you’re given. O.E,Tearmann In this episode we talk with the writing team collectively known as O.E.Tearmann about their Aces High Jokers Wild series and specifically the first book in the series, The Hands We’re Given. The series is set in an America divided into heavily g…
 
Dreamforge Magazine Issue #4 In this episode we get to touch base with Scot and Jane Noel, the founders of the grand experiment called Dreamforge Magazine and get the chance to both look back over the past year as well as look forward to what we can expect in the next “season of positivity” that Dreamforge brings us with each new volume. For the un…
 
Tosca Lee Our guest in this show is a New York Times Best Selling Author Tosca Lee who comes by to talk about her new book A Single Light, sequel to the hit book The Line Between. We get to talk about the wonderful characters, the not quite fictional ecological disaster all intertwined with the bleak scenarios of a far too believable all too near f…
 
Or, Yoga, Meditation and Blue Cows. Or, 110 People CAN Be Wrong! What do the following people have in common: Bob Hoskins Steven Spielberg Roy Disney Kathleen Turner Amy Irving Gary K Wolf In not too simple terms the correct answer is Gary K. Wolf, author and creator of Roger Rabbit. In this episode we literally fall down the rabbit hole of Gary’s …
 
C.T. Phipps In this edition, we get to reconnect with CT Phipps, who discerning listeners might remember from his series, “The Rules of Supervillany”. He comes by to talk about another of his amazing passions, the Space Opera, a segment of Science Fiction that requires the writer to figuratively AND literally build almost everything from the ground…
 
Peter Vinton Jr. It was Ben Bova who said that “Science Fiction is simply history that hasn’t happened yet”. In this edition, we get a true glimpse of that as we talk with our old friend Peter Vinton Jr. Artist, writer, historian and bibliophile, Peter joins the ‘Cast to talk about Volume two of his social allegory passion project, The Monitor’s Gu…
 
Scot Noel In this episode we get another look behind the curtain of Dreamforge – A Magazine of Science and Fantasy Fiction. Once again wed get to speak with Scott Noel about how this project has evolved as Issue #3 comes out this month and work begins on Issue 4 in the never-ending cycle of publishing a quarterly magazine. The passion project begun…
 
GraniteCon 2019 In this episode we get a chance to have a quick conversation with Chris Proulx, mastermind extraordinaire behind Granite State Comic Con. With less than a week to go, he took a few moments from his busy schedule to sit down with us at Double Midnight Comics in Manchester, NH (where all good Granite Cons come from) and get the word o…
 
Welcomed to TalkCast 410. This episode is a “clip show“. What, you may ask, is a “clip show“? Well, to put it in non-podcasters terms, a “clip show” is a show with a bunch of clips, in this case audio, that we haven’t used before (seems kind of obvious now the I explained it, huh?). Just how did this “clip show” come about, you ask (my, you do ask …
 
Karen Gosselin In this episode we get to visit with one of the shows oldest friends, artist, writer and astonishing creative talent Karen Gosselin. We get to talk with her about her second year attending the Illustrators Master Class. Based on her description of the week, it would seem as if she has both a wonderfully creative time. If you want to …
 
Joseph Paradis When you go to Author Expo’s or conventions you can meet tons of diverse people and if you’re foolish enough to “judge a book by its cover” or in this case “an author by his looks”, you may sometimes ‘have gravely misjudged the situation’. Meet Joseph Paradis. We spoke at a meeting a few months back and I’m not sure what it was that …
 
Artemis Crow In this episode we get to talk with writer Artemis Crow about the beginning or her grand adventure omnibus of novels ‘The Zodiac Assassins’. This series of books will encompass 12 novels and 12 novellas in a sweeping arc of the universe that has a world much like the one we all know called The OverWorld and a place of magic, mystery, m…
 
Rob Watts When you play “Three Of These Things Belong Together”, there is an obvious forth that doesn’t belong. So, if I were to list: Horror Writer, Stainless Steel Design and Fabrication, Self Help Writer and Hot Sauce Inventor they would All apply to our guest and great friend of the show Rob Watts…except that you would have to add amazing music…
 
Not Keith Gleason Our guest is Keith Gleason, a man with many hats. Keith is the driving force behind Plastic City Comic Con, a one-day micro-con with delusions of huge (Dome, please see the editor about this sentence). He also runs Reckless Sidekick Productions and is also the producer of Mighty Mascots, which just got picked up by Alterna Comics,…
 
The original name for this show was “It’s Wrestlemania at the North Pole, Free Comic Book Day AND GraniteCon 2019 Preview” but it was too long. The Double Midnight Gang Our first guest is Chris Proulx, owner of Double Midnight Comics, the comic store voted “Best Of New Hampshire”. We talked about two things…May 4th’s Free Comic Book Day and a very …
 
City Of Games On this edition of Sci Fi Saturday Night, the author of ‘The Shadow Over Portsmouth’ series Jeff Deck returns to talk about book two City Of Games. We got to talk about a ton of different things about the new book, the overall series and his consumption of caffeine in the writing process. Much as the first book, this is another charac…
 
Johnny Raygun For as long as I can remember, Rich Woodall has been an important and Rich Woodall interesting part of the comic community in New England and a good friend. From our first visits to the former Boston Comic Con and Granite Con, Rich was always there with fresh visions and amazing work. Over the years his influence and productivity has …
 
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