This month, I've got another friend of mine, Tyler Hayes (@the_real_tyler). Tyler and I share a table of contents in Skies of Wonder, but that's not the (only) reason that I wanted to have him on the show. Tyler reads an excerpt of his story, "Ferryland," which leads into a great conversation about how we grow as writers.
Tyler's debut, The Imaginary Corpse, comes out September 10th, 2019, in ebook and physical formats.
Things we mention in this episode:
R. K. Duncan's episode of this show
Angry Robot Books submissions (there is not currently an open submissions call)
Jasper Fforde, specifically his Nursery Crimes books
Narrative Dare, Fforde's interview in Locus Magazine
George H. Scithers (Wikipedia)
Alexandra Rowland's "hopepunk" post
Be the Serpent (a Hugo finalist podcast of extremely, extremely deep literary merit)
Join us next month, on September 20th, when A. J. Hackwith will be joining us!