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  1. 15 Slides, Three Writers, Three Ways

    http://daringfireball.net/linked/2011/04/13/15-slides

    im Coudal, Michael Lopp, and yours truly, speaking together at SXSW last month about writing:

    In this presentation, you will see the same set of 15 slides — three times. Three different writers will walk through the same set of slides and explain their approaches to getting started, editing ideas, figuring out how to get unstuck, and understanding when they’re done. Part improv and part preparation, this presentation will give you three totally different and unexpected perspectives regarding the art of writing.

    —Huffduffed by jimbrayton 3 years ago

  2. Cover to Cover #322A: Charles Stross

    Hugo Award nominee and winner Charles Stross is in studio to chat about his latest book, Saturn’s Children. Charles explains how the story is really a Heinlein styled period piece, an homage to Heinlein’s late period, and tells the story of an android designed to be a sex robot for humans, only humans have gone extinct before she rolls off the assembly line.

    Why else would a robot have been built with nipples?

    The talk ranges from the appeal of Heinlein, the book sales percentages in the UK, and about the next few books he is working on, a sequl to Halting State, and more in the Merchant Princes series.

    From http://www.dragonpage.com/2008/08/12/cover-to-cover-322a/

    —Huffduffed by jimbrayton 5 years ago

  3. To The Best Of Our Knowledge - The Future of Science Fiction

    Space, the final frontier. But is science fiction the final frontier when it comes to being a literature of ideas? In this hour of To the Best of Our Knowledge, we’ll wax philosophical about science fiction with two of the genre’s greatest writers — George R.R. Martin and Ursula K. Le Guin. And we’ll explore H.P. Lovecraft’s literary philosophy of "Cosmicism."

    http://wpr.org/book/081123a.cfm

    —Huffduffed by jimbrayton 5 years ago

  4. KQED Forum - John Updike

    (from Tue, Nov 11, 2008)

    Celebrated author John Updike reflects on his extensive career as a novelist, short story writer, poet and literary critic, and discusses his new novel "The Widows of Eastwick." The new work is a sequel to his 1984 best seller, "The Witches of Eastwick." The author of more than 50 books, Updike received the Pulitzer Prize for two of the novels in his Rabbit series.

    http://www.kqed.org/epArchive/R811111000?itemMD5=934dc6e74b1e3855b70ceb9d4fb03cb7

    —Huffduffed by jimbrayton 5 years ago