AISFP 72 – Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman

Welcome to the premiere of season 3! Hard to believe the podcast has been around this long, and we hope to keep it going strong for many years to come.

Today we are joined by the bestselling fantasy duo of all time, Margaret Weis and Tracy Hickman. You can learn more about their new fantasy series, Dragonships of Vindras, by reading the press release in our news section. In our interview we discuss how they first met, the creation of heaven and earth, the importance of the reader, and the first science fiction film to be shot completely in space — written by Tracy.

Publishing News: Robert J. Sawyer’s novel Flash Forward is being adapted by David S. Goyer (The Dark Knight) and Brannon Braga (Star Trek) into a new television series. Shaun and Sam discuss with great enthusiasm

Email: Emilio writes and asks us not to suck. This was a great email!

Promo: Star Wars – Codename: Starkeeper
Promo: Heart of the Ronin, by Travis Heerman

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Comments

  1. Hi, Shaun and Sam!

    Memorable interviews from 2008:

    As I look over the list of last year’s shows, most of them have faded into the background of my mind. I know for a fact that I enjoyed them all while listening. The shows that jump out at me as I scan the list are below.

    1. Terry Goodkind – the thought he put into his ideas impressed me
    2. Charlaine Harris – an enjoyable interview with an enjoyable lady
    3. The Clarion series – gave me an overview of an event I would never have known about otherwise!

    And the winner is… Charlaine Harris. She had fun and so did we. Besides, she put the Bubba character into the Sukey Stackhouse novels.

    Just so you know, it isn’t immediately obvious how to leave a comment or look at the show archive on this website. I had to leave the home page, and that is different. Kudos to you for making your site unique! Unfortunately that makes the learning curve too steep for us lazy folks, and we leave rather than think.

    Thanks for the show! I missed it while you took a break. It’s awesome.

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