AISFP 92 – James Gunn

Science Fiction legend James Gunn joins us to discuss The Center for the Study of Science Fiction, Theodore Sturgeon, the impact editors have on the field, short stories, the craft of writing, the Campbell Awards, and more. Also check out Albedo One and their fabulous interview with James Gunn.

Show Notes:
This is our final episode before AISFP 2.0 launches in August. I explain in this show what 2.0 is all about, and I introduce the new faces and talents behind the podcast and website. Please read the About Us page to learn more about Steven, Brenda, Matt, Brent, and Moses.

We will have regular and exclusive content for the rest of 2010, including special coverage of Comic-Con, the Campbell Awards, World Fantasy, and ArmadilloCon. Adventures in Scifi Publishing has never been more exciting, and we hope you join us for the ride.

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Comments

  1. Shaun, thanks for being flexible on my signing bonus and no-trade clause. I didn’t really want to hold out for more money like that, but this is both a business and a game. Now that the negotiations are over, I’ll tell you that what sealed the deal was your offer for the massage chair and mariachi band in the locker room.

  2. Shaun Farrell says:

    Those were some tough negotiations.

  3. Glad to hear Adv. in SciFi Publishing isn’t going anywhere, excited for what’s to come! Thanks for all the great podcasts, glad you’re here to say.

  4. What a fascinating interview with James Gunn. Links to his center would be appreciated.

  5. Shaun Farrell says:

    Links are embedded within the first paragragh. Best,
    Shaun

  6. I just finished listening to this episode, awesome interview, and also, I’ve been trying to get a hold of a good list of the Science Fiction classics, I did not know about the A Basic Science Fiction Library. Now I have a whole lot of classics to read to help me further my understanding of what’s come before me so that when I write SF I can know what’s been done. Thanks!

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