New co-host Ian Laking joins Joel and Lucas to tell us more about himself. Recorded live at the Brunswick Street Bookstore. (I know that’s Luke in the picture, but I forgot to take a picture this time)
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Andrew McDonald returns to discuss The Americans, first drafts, and um, giant blind penguins. Recorded live at the Brunswick Street Bookstore.
Joel interviews Patrick Meaney, director of the upcoming documentary, Neil Gaiman: Dream Dangerously.
In a special episode, Joel talks about narrative in the growing video games industry with Neil Rennison (creative director of Tin Man Games) and Ichiro Lambe (founder of Dejobaan Games).
Joel gives Kezia and Lucas Black Death. The medieval horror flick, not the disease. Though Kezia loses connection halfway through, so maybe she got the plague, too.
Joel and Luke talk to steampunk and fantasy author Ian Laking about Jurassic Park, Game of Thrones and how to plan your writing. Recorded live at the Brunswick Street Bookstore.
Here’s a new podcast with Joel Martin and The Morning Bell editors, Lucas Di Quinzio and Kezia Lubanszky. Each week, one host picks something that they like but is not the usual fare for the other two. For the first…
Joel and Luke talk to crime writer Andrew Nette about the latest batch of superhero movies and the differences between self-publishing and traditional publishing. Recorded live at the Brunswick Street Bookstore.
Hugo Award nominated author Sean McMullen joins Joel and Luke to discuss Game of Thrones and how ideas come to life. Recorded live at the Brunswick Street Bookstore.
The delightful Michael Pryor returns to discuss foreign animation, peer review and pressure of criticism on a writer. As always, recorded live at the Brunswick Street Bookstore.