AISFP 95 – Hadley Rille Books

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Publisher Eric T. Reynolds from Hadley Rille Books joins the show and walks through his unlikely process of becoming a publisher and what he looks for in prospective authors. Eric discusses Lawrence M. Schoen’s Hugo-nominated short story “The Moment” (listen for free at Escape Pod and read it for free here), which was first published in Hadley Rille’s anthology Footprints. With many titles forthcoming, Eric also gives a preview of upcoming projects, including the Creative Commons project Aether Age, as well as books The Northern Queen, Thrall and Transcendence.

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Comments

  1. Great interview homey.

    I loved the humorous story about the editor meeting with the writer. I think that one was probably funnier to editors than writers, though LOL.

  2. Brent Bowen says:

    Thanks, Moses! And we didn’t even do those stories justice. I know when talking with Eric that the important thing is that editor/writer relationship is like a marriage and not every person will be a good fit for the other. I’ll be sure to introduce you to Eric at WFC.

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