Galley Table

Time once again to fire up the Wayback Machine and visit a podcast from the past. Today we are setting the clock back to April 10th, 2011, and listening in on an episode of the Galley Table. Since there were no ladies present on the podcast, we discussed comics with our guest Blake M. Petit, podcast novelist. We looked at comic books as an art form, and how they have moved into other forms of art, such as novels and movies.

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If you’re also a listener to The Shrinking Man Project, you’ll know that I have one final surgical procedure coming up in the beginning of February. If you’ve been following my Twitter feed, you’ll know that this procedure is today. So, while I’m off getting operated on, and recuperating, I thought I’d bring you another treat from the Wayback Machine. Today’s offering comes from March 26, 2011, and it is another Galley Table episode. In this one, we’re talking about strategies for e-book pricing. Our guest for this show is the lovely and talented Veronica Giguerre.  As ever, notes, and the episode after the jump.

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For those with no interest in the Super Bowl, such as myself, I thought I’d provide a little update on how things have been going in the studios lately. As usual, things have been busy. But in comparison to recent weeks, I feel as if I’ve gotten a lot more accomplished in the past week than I have in the weeks that preceded it.

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This time we’ve set the Wayback Machine to March 14th, 2011, when the Galley Table crew got together for episode twenty-six and a talk about writers groups, genre fiction, and entertaining the audience. We discuss what you can expect from writing groups, and how to get the most out of your writing group experience.

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Well, it is official. I will be returning to Balticon as a participant again this year. I am looking forward to being a part of the program, as Balticon has always been an excellent experience for me. Even last year when I got sick at the con. The schedule is still being worked out by the con organizers, but there area few things that I know will be on my schedule for this year.

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Despite a couple months of disuse, I’ve managed to get the Wayback Machine fired up here, and we’ve set the verniers to March 4th, 2011 for another episode of The Galley Table! Specifically, we’re talking about Galley Table number twenty-five, where we discuss the joys and pitfalls of organizing audio dramas and other large projects over long distances with guest Ayoub Khote. We also end up talking about some of our favorite projects we’ve listened to over the past year.

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Today we are heading back to February 26th, 2011 for another Galley Table episode. The guest today is Jonathan Jacobs of Nevermet Press. We talk about RPGs, world building, and when enough is enough and you just need to get on with the story. And we curse Skype. A lot. A whole lot. Oh, and we invade Zach Ricks‘ brain.

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Hey, folks. We’ve managed to get the Wayback Machine up again and we’re ready for another trip into podcasting’s past. This time we are headed to February 20th, 2011 and the release of Galley Table Episode Twenty-Three. This episode features special guest Dan Sawyer sharing his expertise at story telling for film and audio and some of the lessons he has learned in making his living with writing. Fortunately Dan is an interesting and entertaining conversationalist so it doesn’t come off as a dry lecture. In fact I think this is one of the funnest Galley Table episodes we’ve ever done.

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The Wayback Machine is powered up again, and this time we’re traveling back to February 11th, 2011. Once again, we’ve got an episode of Galley Table. This week’s episode features guests Willie Freeman and the lovely Veronica Giguerre. In this episode we are talking about voice acting, playing roles, roleplaying games, and discussing the various offerings coming up from Incubator Press, Willie’s company.

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Strap in, folks! This time the Wayback Machine is taking us back to February 4th, 2011 for the 21st episode of The Galley Table! To celebrate the twenty first episode, we set about discussing young adult fiction. Joining us for this discussion is our special guest J.R. Murdock, along with the rest of the Galley Table crew. We disassemble what it means for a story to be YA, and some of the prevailing advice on fitting into that market.

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