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Coffee in Space

Coffee in Space is Conversations with authors about the sci-fi characters we love, and the journeys they take. Learn more at: www.coffeeinspacepodcast.com

Tracks

116. Fighting against the robot horde, with J. S. Dewes (Rubicon)
Get J. S. Dewes' newest book, Rubicon, at the Nook Bookstore in Baldwin City, Kansas. Worldwide shipping available.You can learn more about Jenny's work at her website HERE. You can also catch up with her latest news at her Instagram.Subscribe to the Coffee in Space newsletter so you can stay up to date on all podcast episodes and news about the interviews!Coffee in Space is a crowd funded effort. To support the show, head over to Buy Me a Coffee and well....buy me a coffee! Thank you for your support!*All links go to an indie bookstore in Kansas called The Nook. I make no money from this link. It's just an opportunity to support good books from a great bookseller.
38:06 5/2/23
115. Restarting the human population, and how difficult it will be for some to do so, with Kristy Gardner
Kristy Gardner was a wonderful guest, and I enjoyed talking to her about so many thing. For one, she's a former food blogger. You're going to love our chat on Canadian food and my love for poutine. Also, cheese curds. Kristy is also a cookbook author. You can get that book HERE. We had a great talk about sexual identity, and in the process, discovered the difficulties of restarting the human population after an apocalypse. I think we got to an uncomfortable agreement about the entire thing, but see for yourself. Fair warning though, it's uncomfortable.In fact, one of the most poignant questions was whether humanity is even worth restarting?Get Kristy's book, The Stars in Their Eyes, at the Nook Bookstore in Baldwin City, Kansas. Worldwide shipping available.You can learn more about Kristy's work at her website HERE. You can also catch up with her latest news at her Facebook Page, Instagram, and at Twitter.Subscribe to the Coffee in Space newsletter so you can stay up to date on all podcast episodes and news about the interviews!Coffee in Space is a crowd funded effort. To support the show, head over to Buy Me a Coffee and well....buy me a coffee! Thank you for your support!*All links go to an indie bookstore in Kansas called The Nook. I make no money from this link. It's just an opportunity to support good books from a great bookseller.
37:21 4/25/23
114. Indian Tea and Cyberpunk make Dan a Smarter American, with Lavanya Lakshminarayan
I'm so glad to introduce you to Lavanya Lakshminarayan, a writer from India. Lavanya was so kind to me as I learned how to pronounce her name and how to interact with her and her culture. I think you'll learn a lot.Culturally, we discussed a few main points. First, tea and coffee, which I think you'll enjoy for the fun of it. Turning serious, we discussed the caste system, relating to an article from the BBC. Finally, we discussed the issue of Seattle banning caste discrimination, in an article from CNN. We then turned to her book, The Ten Percent Thief, which you can find at The Nook Bookstore, my favorite indie store to support. Get the ebook format directly from the publisher HERE. You can learn more about Lavanya at her Instagram page and at Twitter.As usual, I don't make any money from the book's purchase link. However, Coffee in Space is crowd funded, and if you'd like to join those supporting the show, please do so by buying me a coffee at buymeacoffee.com/coffeeinspace! Thank you so much!
43:04 4/18/23
113. How to write SFF with Tiffani Angus and Val Nolan
Tiffani Angus and Val Nolan have written a new book for writers of science fiction, horror, and fantasy...and you need it in your tool box like...right now. Spec Fic for Newbies: A Beginner's Guide to Writing Subgenres of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror. Get your copy today from The Nook Bookstore. Get to know more about Tiffani Angus at her Instagram or website. Learn more about Val's work at his Twitter feed. Subscribe to the Coffee in Space newsletter so you can stay up to date on all podcast episodes and news about the interviews!Coffee in Space is a crowd funded effort. To support the show, head over to Buy Me a Coffee and well....buy me a coffee! Thank you for your support!*All links go to an indie bookstore in Kansas called The Nook. I make no money from this link. It's just an opportunity to support good books from a great bookseller.
43:25 3/21/23
112. Indie author turned trad publishing deal, with Jane Hennigan
Jane Hennigan is an indie author success story. To learn about her journey, and the story that propelled it, was such a privilege. We had a great chat that I think you'll enjoy! When you're done with the episode, get a hold of Moths and get your post apocalyptic fix!You can learn more about Jane's work at her website HERE. You can also catch up with her latest news at her Facebook Page and at Twitter. Subscribe to the Coffee in Space newsletter so you can stay up to date on all podcast episodes and news about the interviews!Coffee in Space is a crowd funded effort. To support the show, head over to Buy Me a Coffee and well....buy me a coffee! Thank you for your support!*All links go to an indie bookstore in Kansas called The Nook. I make no money from this link. It's just an opportunity to support good books from a great bookseller.
33:15 3/14/23
111. Science Zombies! With Morgan Busse
Get a hold of Secrets in the Mist and get your steampunk fix!You can learn more about Morgan's work at her website HERE. You can also catch up with her latest news at her Facebook Page, Instagram, and at Twitter. Subscribe to the Coffee in Space newsletter so you can stay up to date on all podcast episodes and news about the interviews!Coffee in Space is a crowd funded effort. To support the show, head over to Buy Me a Coffee and well....buy me a coffee! Thank you for your support!*All links go to an indie bookstore in Kansas called The Nook. I make no money from this link. It's just an opportunity to support good books from a great bookseller.
30:30 3/7/23
110. Writing in Multiple Genres with Melinda B Hipple
Melinda B Hipple (Raven, Imperium Publishing) joins me today to talk about writing multiple genres, editing for Imperium Publishing, and of course her book, Raven. Today's episode is a companion piece to Episode 107, with Niki Manbeck and her independent bookstore. You can learn more about Melinda's work at her website HERE. You can also catch up with her latest news at her Instagram Page. Get a copy of her science fiction novel Raven today!Melinda recommends Carl Sagan's Contact, and included his name in the dedication page of Raven.Subscribe to the Coffee in Space newsletter so you can stay up to date on all podcast episodes and news about the interviews!Coffee in Space is a crowd funded effort. To support the show, head over to Buy Me a Coffee and well....buy me a coffee! Thank you for your support!* All links in today's episode point directly to an independent bookstore. Support a local store by using these links. Thank you!
36:06 2/28/23
109. Binge writing a Space Opera, with Cathy McCrumb
Cathy McCrumb joins me today for her second time on the show. I'm so grateful to get her on to talk about binge writing, space operas, and her newest novel, Aberration. By the way, catch my first interview with Cathy on Episode 67. You can learn more about Cathy's work at her website HERE. You can also catch up with her latest news at her Facebook Page and at her Goodreads page.Subscribe to the Coffee in Space newsletter so you can stay up to date on all podcast episodes and news about the interviews!Coffee in Space is a crowd funded effort. To support the show, head over to Buy Me a Coffee and well....buy me a coffee! Thank you for your support!* Links in these show notes may be affiliate links. I may make a small percentage from your purchase. I would always want you to buy from a local, independent store, but if you are looking to use Amazon, I would appreciate you considering my links. Thank you!
44:07 2/21/23
108. Una McCormack and Picard Season 3 Preview!
Season 3 of Picard starts this week and I wanted an expert to talk with me about it, so I went to the rolodex (yes, I still have one of those-kinda) and asked Una McCormack to join me on the show. Una has been on two other episodes of Coffee in Space. In Episode 80 we talked about Una's work in the Dr. Who and Firefly enterprises, and in Episode 81 we talked directly about her novel, The Last Best Hope. Una is also the author of Second Self, which focuses on the backstory for Raffi Musiker, Jean Luc Picard's right hand person in the Picard series.You can learn more about Una's work at her website HERE.  She can also be found on Twitter also.Subscribe to the Coffee in Space newsletter so you can stay up to date on all podcast episodes and news about the interviews!Coffee in Space is a crowd funded effort. To support the show, head over to Buy Me a Coffee and well....buy me a coffee! Thank you for your support!* Links in these show notes may be affiliate links. I may make a small percentage from your purchase. I would always want you to buy from a local, independent store, but if you are looking to use Amazon, I would appreciate you considering my links. Thank you!
42:24 2/14/23
107. Indie Bookstore Blues (and success!) with Niki Manbeck
Today's guest is Niki Manbeck, owner and chief operator of The Nook in Baldwin City, Kansas. I love good, independent bookstores, and so it is with great joy that I bring this episode to you. All links below are from The Nook, so any purchase you make goes directly to support Niki's operations, not Amazon. Niki's story is one of mental fortitude, humility, and ambition (yes, they can both be present at the same time!). I think you'll really enjoy learning about indie bookstores and what they do for readers like us.I think what you'll find most impressive, and most heart-warming, is the response Niki's community had when The Nook went through a rough patch (putting it nicely). You'll love this story. I guarantee it!Niki recommends the following books for your sci-fi fix:Raven: Melinda HippleThe Southern book club's guide to slaying Vampires: Grady HendrixThe Book Eaters: Sunyi DeanSubscribe to the Coffee in Space newsletter so you can stay up to date on all podcast episodes and news about the interviews! Coffee in Space is a crowd funded effort. To support the show, head over to Buy Me a Coffee and well....buy me a coffee! Thank you for your support!* Links in these show notes may be affiliate links. I may make a small percentage from your purchase. I would always want you to buy from a local, independent store, but if you are looking to use Amazon, I would appreciate you considering my links. Thank you!
34:21 2/7/23
106. Short and Long Fiction with Garrett Ashley
Dr. Garrett Ashley is a well-published short fiction writer who has stories in Asimov's Science Fiction, Analog Science Fiction and Fact, and Strange Horizons (online).  You can learn more about him and his work at his WEBSITE or on TWITTER. We also talked about thriller stories, with Melinda Leigh's Bree Taggart taking center stage, as well as Laura Lippman's Baltimore Blues. I also recommend the great Maltese Falcon and other books of the noir genre.Subscribe to the Coffee in Space newsletter so you can stay up to date on all podcast episodes and news about the interviews! Coffee in Space is a crowd funded effort. To support the show, head over to Buy Me a Coffee and well....buy me a coffee! Thank you for your support!* Links in these show notes may be affiliate links. I may make a small percentage from your purchase. I would always want you to buy from a local, independent store, but if you are looking to use Amazon, I would appreciate you considering my links. Thank you!
59:57 1/30/23
105: Denise Crittendon: Where it Rains in Color
To learn more about Denise Crittendon’s writing, check out her WEBSITE. You can also follow her on TWITTER.Like the podcast episode? You can "Buy me a Coffee" to support the show! Thank you!Subscribe to the Coffee in Space newsletter so you can stay up to date on all podcast episodes and news about the interviews! * Links in these show notes may be affiliate links. I may make a small percentage from your purchase. I would always want you to buy from a local, independent store, but if you are looking to use Amazon, I would appreciate you considering my links. Thank you!
30:51 12/19/22
104. Nanci Schwartz: Robber Barron Trilogy
Nanci Schwartz, author of the Robber Barron Trilogy, joins me for this episode to talk the trilogy, and more specifically, Robber Barrons, the lead title. To learn more about Nanci Schwartz’s writing, check out her WEBSITE. You can also follow her on TWITTER.Like the podcast episode? You can "Buy me a Coffee" as a thank you! I'll even give you a free short story to show my gratitude. Thank you!Finally, please consider subscribing to the Coffee in Space newsletter so you can stay up to date on all podcast episodes and news about the interviews! * Links in these show notes may be affiliate links. I may make a small percentage from your purchase. I would always want you to buy from a local, independent store, but if you are looking to use Amazon, I would appreciate you considering my links. Thank you!
42:58 12/6/22
103: Brandon Crilly: Catalyst
Thank you so much for faithfully listening to my show. You have a lot of choices when it comes to podcasts that talk about books and interview authors, and I want to be the go-to in your app of choice. So...how can I get better? I want to hear from you!  What am I doing well and what should I be doing to be everyone's choice in podcasts? Let me know!  That email address is comments[at]coffeeinspacepodcast.com. Thank you!Now, let’s get to this week’s episode. Brandon Crilly comes to the show by way of Ottawa, Ontario up in Canada. Brandon has been published by Daily Science Fiction, Apex Magazine, Fusion Fragment, PULP Literature, Flame Tree Publishing and other markets. He’s also an Aurora Award-nominated podcaster, reviewer, conference organizer, and Dungeon Master for a bunch of other writers. His debut novel Catalyst  is out now from Atthis Arts. You can follow Brandon's work by going to Twitter, Instagram, or his website. Catch up on his podcast by going to Broadcasts from the Wasteland. Like the podcast episode? You can "Buy me a Coffee" as a thank you! I'll even give you a free short story to show my gratitude. Thank you! Finally, please consider subscribing to the Coffee in Space newsletter so you can stay up to date on all podcast episodes and news about the interviews! * Links in these show notes may be affiliate links. I may make a small percentage from your purchase. I would always want you to buy from a local, independent store, but if you are looking to use Amazon, I would appreciate you considering my links. Thank you!
39:40 11/15/22
102: Madeleine Mozley: Blood for Blood
Madeleine Mozley joins me again today for her third visit to the studio. She's becoming quite the regular around here! Always glad to chat with her about her dystopian fiction and writing in general. Today we'll talk about her new book Blood for Blood, dystopian fiction, and hope. That hope part is really important. You won't want to miss it! Maddie has a book trailer for Blood for Blood that you can watch on Youtube HERE.You can listen to Madeleine's other episodes here:Episode 43: Post Apocalyptic Sci-FiEpisode 21: First Carrier Madeleine also recommends Station 11, by Emily St. John Mandel. You can get a trio of short stories by signing up for Madeleine's mailing list HERE.To learn more about Madeleine’s writing, check out her website at: (WEBSITE LINK). You can also follow her on Instagram. Learn more about her editing work at Embers Igniting.Like the podcast? Please donate to keep it going at Buy me a Coffee. Thank you!* Links in these show notes may be affiliate links. I may make a small percentage from your purchase. I would always want you to buy from a local, independent store, but if you are looking to use Amazon, I would appreciate you considering my links. Thank you!
34:54 11/3/22
101. Chinese Apocalypse Fiction with Xueting Christine Ni
I have a special place in my heart (and my TBR pile) for apocalypse fiction. What I had never understood was the difference between eastern and western ideas about apocalypse. In my typical western mindset, I just assumed everyone viewed it more or less the same. Boy, was I wrong! Like, epically wrong. And I'm so grateful that I have a friend like Xueting to help me figure it out. I'm still ignorant, but at least I know just how ignorant I am. Thank you, Xueting.Xueting also appeared in episode 62 on the show, to talk about her big translation project called Sinopticon, which you can get HERE. In our episode, Xueting referenced Tang Fei's The Path to Freedom in addition to other fiction from Chinese authors. The Starship Library, found in Sinopticon, can be found HERE, and we discussed that book in episode 62. We also discuss The Wandering Earth, which can be watched on Netflix and the book can be found HERE. You can learn more about Xueting's work at her website HERE. You can also catch up with her latest news at her Twitter feed HERE.Like the podcast episode? You can support the show by becoming a patron! Once you click the link, you can learn more about how the show got started, where I keep the episodes, and more. I would appreciate any support you can give. Thank you!Finally, please consider subscribing to the Coffee in Space newsletter so you can stay up to date on all podcast episodes and news about the interviews! * Links in these show notes may be affiliate links. I may make a small percentage from your purchase. I would always want you to buy from a local, independent store, but if you are looking to use Amazon, I would appreciate you considering my links. Thank you!
31:54 10/17/22
100. Hugo Girl Podcast
Today I'm celebrating 100 episodes! Thank you all for listening throughout the two plus years of Coffee in Space. I can't think of a better way to celebrate 100 episodes than having the gang from Hugo, Girl! The Podcast.First learned about the Hugo Girl Podcast by way of Seth Heasley's podcast, Hugo's There. I spoke with Seth at length in Episode 83. I'll be forever grateful for him for that recommendation. I've enjoyed a lot of what Lori, Haley, and Amy say on their show. I think you will too. The Hugo, Girl! Podcast gang recommends Octothorpe Podcast for getting your sci-fi fix.Like the podcast episode? You can support the show by buying me a coffee! Once you click the link, you can learn more about how the show got started, where I keep the episodes, and more. I would appreciate any support you can give. Thank you!Finally, please consider subscribing to the Coffee in Space newsletter so you can stay up to date on all podcast episodes and news about the interviews! 
38:45 10/3/22
99. Michael Mammay: Weight of Command (Audible Exclusive)
Michael Mammay is a repeat offender on Coffee in Space, with this being the third time I've had him on. I've had him on the show to talk this week about his recently released novel Weight of Command, out now exclusively on Audible.com. We talk a lot about what it would be like to be a young officer suddenly in charge of saving not only your command, but also stopping a war. And on top of that, trying to figure out who killed all the other officers! As my career progressed through the Navy enlisted ranks, we also talk a lot about Master Sergeant Herns, who's my favorite character of the book. Michael has also joined me to talk about his Planetside books. You can listen to Episode 35 HERE. We also briefly mentioned Ursula K. LeGuinn's Left hand of Darkness. It's well worth your time. You can follow Michael's work by going to Twitter, Facebook, or his website.Like the podcast episode? You can "Buy me a Coffee" as a thank you! I'll even give you a free short story to show my gratitude. Thank you!* Links in these show notes may be affiliate links. I may make a small percentage from your purchase. I would always want you to buy from a local, independent store, but if you are looking to use Amazon, I would appreciate you considering my links. Thank you!
41:02 9/6/22
98. Victor Manibo: The Sleepless
You can learn more about Victor Manibo's work at his website HERE.  He is also active on Facebook and Twitter, where you can connect with him or ask questions about his story and characters. Pick up a copy of The Sleepless and get reading today!In particular, we talk a little about survivor's guilt and hope in recovering from suicide, writing queer characters as a queer author, and modern noir in SFF. Like the podcast episode? You can support the show by buying me a coffee! Once you click the link, you can learn more about how the show got started, where I keep the episodes, and more. I would appreciate any support you can give. Thank you!Finally, please consider subscribing to the Coffee in Space newsletter so you can stay up to date on all podcast episodes and news about the interviews! * Links in these show notes may be affiliate links. I may make a small percentage from your purchase. I would always want you to buy from a local, independent store, but if you are looking to use Amazon, I would appreciate you considering my links. Thank you!
34:56 8/22/22
97: Sunyi Dean: The Book Eaters
Interview with Sunyi Dean, author of several short stories and the novel, The Book Eaters. In this episode, we discuss the book, of course, but also the main character and why she has no choice but to do the things she does. Get an idea of her writing style with her flash fiction piece in Flash Fiction Online.When you've finished with this episode, take a listen to the first time Sunyi was on the show HERE.To learn more about Sunyi’s writing, check out her website at: (WEBSITE LINK). You can also follow her on Twitter (TWITTER HANDLE).Like the podcast episode? You can "Buy me a Coffee" as a thank you!  And thank you!
37:15 8/10/22
96. YA Urban Fantasy with Sandra Fernandez Rhoads
"A person who comes from privilege privilege doesn't know how to write about a patched backpack, so how did we get to the patched backpack?"I am so grateful to this week's guest, Sandra Fernandez, who answered my question with respect, knowledge, and power. We delve deeply into writing about economically-poor characters, YA fantasy concepts, and of course, her novel Mortal Sight. You're going to want book two as well, so here's the link for Realms of Light as well. You can learn more about Sandra's work at her website HERE.  She can also be found on Facebook and Instagram also.Like the podcast episode? You can support the show by buying me a coffee! Once you click the link, you can learn more about how the show got started, where I keep the episodes, and more. I would appreciate any support you can give. Thank you!Finally, please consider subscribing to the Coffee in Space newsletter so you can stay up to date on all podcast episodes and news about the interviews! * Links in these show notes may be affiliate links. I may make a small percentage from your purchase. I would always want you to buy from a local, independent store, but if you are looking to use Amazon, I would appreciate you considering my links. Thank you!
42:28 7/25/22
95. Talking Fantastical Sci-Fi with J. Dianne Dotson
*All links today support Mysterious Galaxy bookstore in San Diego. Enjoy your shopping experience! I know I did!Long time listeners may remember Episode 79, where I talked a little about Dianne as part of a larger interview with Gareth Powell. Fans of either writer will want to grab that episode as well because this couple is one of the greatest things going on in sci-fi right now. Both appeared on panels at the Cymera Festival in the UK.I enjoyed this conversation so much, as we delved into a lot about Galla-Deia, the humanoid protector of our species born from a gemstone and raised by a sentient robot. Dianne's series is part Star Wars, part GoT, and we discovered, as we talked, that it's also part Foundation series and My Fair Lady as well. It's just really good, and Galla-Deia's character is a big part of that.The series is four books long, but the one that we focus most of our discussion on is book two, Ephemeris, which actually serves as both a prequel and sequel to Heliopause, book one. Get a hold of both of them at Mysterious Galaxy, my indie store of choice, and the place where I first met Dianne.  Once you've finished Ephemeris, you can go over to Dianne's blog and see some artwork about Galla-Deia.You can learn more about Dianne's work at her website HERE.  She can also be found on Twitter also. In fact, you can get a hold of her on just about every social media site. Just look for the links on her website.  Finally, Dianne also interviews authors. Go to her YouTube page to learn more!Like the podcast episode? You can support the show by buying me a coffee or becoming a patron! Once you click the link, you can learn more about how the show got started, where I keep the episodes, and more. I would appreciate any support you can give. Thank you!Finally, please consider subscribing to the Coffee in Space newsletter so you can stay up to date on all podcast episodes and news about the interviews! 
33:44 6/21/22
94. Ren Hutchings: Under Fortunate Stars
Sponsored by Anne Corlett's The Author Toolbox. Visit Anne's website to learn more about The Author's Toolbox.I had a great time recording this episode with Ren Hutchings. We discussed her debut novel, Under Fortunate Stars. As always, we talked extensively about the characters and their journey. I think you'll appreciate what Ren brings to the table, and I think you'll enjoy her novel.When you've listened to the episode, check out this original song that was written for the voyage of the Jonah!You can learn more about Ren's work at her website HERE.  She can also be found on Twitter also.Like the podcast episode? You can support the show by buying me a coffee or becoming a patron! Once you click the link, you can learn more about how the show got started, where I keep the episodes, and more. I would appreciate any support you can give. Thank you!Finally, please consider subscribing to the Coffee in Space newsletter so you can stay up to date on all podcast episodes and news about the interviews! * Links in these show notes may be affiliate links. I may make a small percentage from your purchase. I would always want you to buy from a local, independent store, but if you are looking to use Amazon, I would appreciate you considering my links. Thank you!
35:36 6/8/22
93. Samit Basu: The City Inside
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41:56 5/30/22
92: Characters and their Journeys
Visit Anne Corlett's website to learn more about The Author's Toolbox.I take a few minutes this week to talk about characters we love and the journeys they take, which is the new focus of Coffee in Space. I hope the time we spend together today is fruitful for you and that it helps you understand the new direction the podcast has taken since the two year anniversary. 
17:14 5/23/22
91. Kathy Tyers: Firebird (and Series)
Visit Anne Corlett's website to learn more about The Author's Toolbox.Disclaimer: This episode includes an interview with a Christian author, who writes science fiction and military/paramilitary thrillers. If you are concerned about discussions of faith, please consider skipping this episode and checking in again next week. Thank you!You can learn more about Kathy's work at her website HERE.  She can also be found on Facebook also.Like the podcast episode? You can support the show by buying me a coffee or becoming a patron! Once you click the link, you can learn more about how the show got started, where I keep the episodes, and more. I would appreciate any support you can give. Thank you!Finally, please consider subscribing to the Coffee in Space newsletter so you can stay up to date on all podcast episodes and news about the interviews! * Links in these show notes may be affiliate links. I may make a small percentage from your purchase. I would always want you to buy from a local, independent store, but if you are looking to use Amazon, I would appreciate you considering my links. Thank you!
33:16 5/16/22
90. RWW Greene: Mercury Rising
Visit Anne Corlett's website to learn more about The Author's Toolbox. Check out Modest Coffee's podcast, No Bad Reviews to learn the real story of coffee in space, as well as a whole lot more about coffee.I love most of the interviews I have on my show, but not many go to the level of my talk with RWW Greene, who's latest work, Mercury Rising, is out now from Angry Robot. It's a great alt-history book with threat of alien invasion, space battles, and social upheaval. I think you'll enjoy our talk about the characters and the journey in this story.You can learn more about RWW Greene's work at his website HERE.  He is also active on Twitter, where you can connect with him or ask questions about his stories. I cannot stress enough just how much I think you'll enjoy Mercury Rising. Get a copy. You'll thank me later. Like the podcast episode? You can support the show by buying me a coffee! Once you click the link, you can learn more about how the show got started, where I keep the episodes, and more. I would appreciate any support you can give. Thank you!Finally, please consider subscribing to the Coffee in Space newsletter so you can stay up to date on all podcast episodes and news about the interviews! * Links in these show notes may be affiliate links. I may make a small percentage from your purchase. I would always want you to buy from a local, independent store, but if you are looking to use Amazon, I would appreciate you considering my links. Thank you!
29:49 5/10/22
89. Anne Corlett: The Author's Toolbox
Anne and I have been friends for a few years now and I'm so grateful to have met her. Through her Wifi-Scifi events, the Wifi-Scifi writers group she hosts, and one on one mentorship, my writing went from a mess of conflicting POVs, flat characters and uninteresting dialog, to a request for a writing sample from a literary agent. Anne's mentorship took me from ground zero and built my confidence to where I'm certain that I'll be a traditionally published author soon.Which is why I'm so high on her Author's Toolbox (Link HERE). You're not going to find a better introductory price on such a great course. I could say more, but the simple fact is, Anne's mentorship works. I'm living, breathing proof of it. And so are many of my friends who have leant me their testimonials in this episode. So check out The Author's Toolbox and then contact Anne through her website or on Twitter. And when you've finished listening to this episode, I hope you'll subscribe so you can listen to other great authors talk about their books and writing process. 
46:39 5/2/22
88. Premee Mohamed: The Void Ascendant
Premee is another friend of the podcast, having joined me for two episodes already before this one. You can listen to us chat about her first novel, Beneath the Rising HERE or her thoughts on utopia and dystopia HERE. In this episode, we talk about male friendships, her main characters Nick Prasad and Yenu, and of course, her latest book, The Void Ascendant.  To learn more about Premee’s writing, check out her website HERE. You can also follow her on Twitter (@premeesaurus).Like the podcast? Please donate to keep it going at Buy me a Coffee. Thank you!* Links in these show notes may be affiliate links. I may make a small percentage from your purchase. I would always want you to buy from a local, independent store, but if you are looking to use Amazon, I would appreciate you considering my links. Thank you!
45:06 4/27/22
00 Coffee in Space Trailer
Welcome to Coffee in Space, the show that brings you conversations about the science fiction characters you love, and the journeys they take. Visit the Coffee in Space website for more information. 
00:45 4/25/22

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