ASJ Jason Rennie (S01/E021)

The Superversive trilogy is complete!

The man behind the curtain at Superversive Press, Jason Rennie, is this week’s guest on the show. We talk about the concept of superversive and how readers are crying out for a change from the “everything sucks” dystopian malaise that has permeated sci-fi/fantasy over the past decade.

We also talk out the Planetary Anthology Series and the pending release of Jupiter.

Check it out here: Jason Rennie Show #21

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ASJ: John C. Wright (S01 E019)

Award-winning author John C. Wright joins host Richard Paolinelli this week. We talk about the “Star-something series that shall not be named” ruined by the Mouse who shall not be named.

We also talk about John’s books and his upcoming Starquest project.

 

VIDEO: Episode 19

 

AUDIO: Episode 19

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ASJ: Tom Tinney & Morgen Batten (S01 E017)

Father-Son writing duo Tom Tinney and Morgen Batten join host Richard Paolinelli to discuss how they decided to write “Blood of Invidia” together despite one living in Wisconsin and the other in Australia.

We also discuss the perils of dipping your toes into the Twitter pool for the first time. As well as how silly it is to try to destroy an author simply because they don’t share your political views.

VIDEO: Episode 17: Tome Tinney & Morgen Batten

You can listen to and/or download the episode here. Or, catch it on iHeartRadio, iTunes, Spotify or Google Play Music anytime after this afternoon when it goes live on those platforms.

AUDIO: DOWNLOAD LINK

ASJ Deric Haddad (S01 E016)

Author Deric Haddad joins host Richard Paolinelli to talk about “They Must Be Monsters” the book co-written by Haddas and Matthew LeRoy.

The book covers the infamous McMartin Preschool case that took place in Los Angeles, California in the 1980s. Haddad shares his thoughts on what took place, why it compares to the Salem Witch Trials of 1692 and why it took 30 years for this book to be written.

Video Link: MP4

 

Audio Link: MP3