Episode 006: Evan Pickering

  https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-82n8k-98e1f2 Welcome to Episode 006 of From the Wastes in which I chat with Evan Pickering.  Independent author and creator of the post-apocalyptic book series, American Rebirth.  We discuss his books, the PA genre in general, movies, video games, Cormac McCarthy and Richard Matheson, using social media for marketing, how he deals with negative …

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Episode 005: J.J. Shurte

  https://www.podbean.com/media/share/pb-cf68f-97a714 Welcome to episode 005 of From the Wastes.  I chat with J.J. Shurte, author and writer of Days Too Dark, a post-apocalytpic tale of a future Australia that has literally been turned upside down.  We talk about his book as well as PA video games, movies, and television shows.  I keep bringing up …

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My favorite End o’the World Books of 2016…

I know it's 2017, but it's barely 2017 and seeing as how I'd (hopefully) be late for my own funeral, I figured it wasn't too late to talk about my favorite end-of-the-world stories from 2016. I don't keep track of how many books I read in a year... I should probably start doing that. I've …

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Guest blog by Jamie Dodge… An argument for Deep Space 9.

Let's be controversial... DS9 was the best Star Trek show in the franchise. Now, let me explain why... 1.  Up until DS9, the whole franchise was episodic. When DS9 came along, the writers took it into a direction that hadn't been done before. This show serialized the story line, making it one long, seven year …

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