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GENRE TALK

GENRE TALK

By Bryan Thomas Schmidt
A show about pop culture, featuring interviews with popular creators and talk about all things fannish led by Hugo-nominated national bestselling author Bryan Thomas Schmidt and cohost Philip Vargas, a top gaming writer.
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GT 2.17 with Scott Sigler
How do you translate football into a hit space opera series? What’s it like to write a novel for one of your childhood favorites? How do you turn pioneering podcasting into a bestselling writing career? This week’s episode, the last episode of Season 2, features Number 1 New York Times Bestseller Scott Sigler who answers these questions and more. Find Scott online at www.Scott Sigler.com. And check out show notes at www.anchor.fm/genretalkpodcast.
01:28:21
October 18, 2021
Genre Talk 2.16 Genre Talk with Livia Blackburne
What’s it take to reinvent a Disney legend? How does one go about turning their childhood memories into a hit children’s book? What goes on inside the mind when we read? New York Times Bestselling author and brain scientist Livia Blackburne joins us to talk answer these questions and more on our latest episode. Find Livia as @LKBlackburne on Twitter or via her website at http://liviablackburne.com/.
53:23
September 29, 2021
Genre Talk 2.15 with Weston Ochse
What’s it really like to have PTSD? What separates authentic military horror from the rest? This weeks’ guest Weston Ochse answers these questions and more. Weston Ochse is a U.S. Service veteran as both active duty and independent contractor, having served multiple tours in Afghanistan, among others. His novels include the Seal Team 666 series, the Grunt series, and Alien: Infiltrator, among others. He can be found online at www.westonochse.com and on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/badasswriter. NOTE: The guest inadvertently misspoke and credited Keeper of the Children as written by James Farris, but William H Halloran is the actual author. Our apologies.
01:23:09
September 14, 2021
Genre Talk 2.14 With Larry Correia
How does Larry Correia stay so prolific? Where did the ideas come for the unique twists he puts on fantasy tropes in his popular Monster Hunter International series? Bestselling author Larry Correia answers these questions and more when he joins Bryan and Phillip for the latest episode. Find Larry online at MonsterHunterNation.com or when he’s not being banned on Facebook, also Me We, and find us here or at www.facebook.com/genretalkpodcast.
01:15:41
August 30, 2021
Genre Talk 2.13 with Heidi Danae Crane
What’s it like launching an acting career in the midst of a COVID-19 shut down? What’s it like to move across the country to one of the biggest cities in the world and build a career in the theatre capital of the world? What is it like to audition by video? Bryan and Phillip discuss these questions and more with this week’s guest actress Heidi Danae Crane who is living them daily. To folllow Heidi find her as @heididanaecrane on Instagram. And be sure and let us know what you think at www.facebook.com/genretalkpodcast.
01:13:40
August 16, 2021
Genre Talk 2.12 with Randy Streu
What is the process for recording an audio book? What is the difference between doing an audio book and an audio drama? Do both use scripts? How do you decide whether to use voices? This week’s guest Randy Streu, audiobook narrator, voice actor, and Genre Talk’s producer/engineer answers these questions and more when he talks with Phillip and Bryan about his career from radio deejay to audio book narrator and voice actor. Find Randy on the web at https://www.twitter.com/@randystreu and https://www.instagram.com/randystreu/ or via his website at https://www.randystreuvo.com/
01:25:15
August 03, 2021
Genre Talk 2.11 with Christine Taylor Butler
What is the trick to writing books for children? Is it possible to write for kids and include real, solid science as well? Our next guest, Christine Taylor Butler, answers these questions and more as she talks with Bryan and Philip on our latest episode. To follow Christine and learn more about her work, find her on Facebook, Twitter, and at her website. You can follow Genre Talk at Facebook and on Twitter for updates on our upcoming guests, a chance to post questions we'll ask on air and more.
01:17:21
July 19, 2021
Genre Talk 2.10 with Derek Stephen Prince
How do voice actors make all those amazing voices? What inspires them? How do you break into voice acting? What’s it like to be unrecognized by fans who only know your voice? Learn all this and more as Bryan and Phillip interview voice actor Derek Stephen Prince on this week’s episode. He even answers questions as some of his most famous characters.  You can find Steve online at https://m.twitch.tv/thedigimonprince/profile or www.twitter.com/voiceoverprince or https://www.facebook.com/voiceoverprince5. 
01:38:14
July 05, 2021
Genre Talk 2.9 With A.C. Wise
What's it like to have your first novel published? How does one find a unique way to retell a classic? Multi-Award-nominated author AC Wise talks with Bryan and Phillip to answer these questions and more on this week's episode. Plus the usual reading and streaming recommendations from Bryan and Phillip. To check out A.C. find her at http://www.acwise.net/ and www.twitter.com/ac_wise. 
57:51
June 21, 2021
Genre Talk 2.8 with Cory Doctorow
Ever wondered how Creative Commons Copyright works? Or what it's like to hang with legendary writers of science fiction and learn at their feet? What's it like to have a blog read by thousands? These week's guest, New York Times Bestselling author Cory Doctorow has done all this and more. Listen to learn all about it and his diverse writings as well.  Follow Cory at www.twitter.com/doctorow or via https://pluralistic.net/ his blog. Coming in two weeks: Author A.C. Wise
01:13:41
June 07, 2021
Genre Talk 2.7 with Peter Briggs
What is it like to create a major studio franchise? Or to sell a spec script for 7 figures? Peter Briggs, screenwriter of the original (unproduced) Aliens Vs. Predator and cowriter of 2004's Hellboy with Guillermo Del Toro, knows the answers to both. He's been a Hollywood screenwriter and script doctor since the 1990s, and now he's moving into directing too. He talks about his career, craft, and shares inside scoops on Hollywood as he visits with Bryan and Phillip on this week's episode. Find Peter online at https://www.facebook.com/peter.briggs and at www.twitter.com/peterbriggs. And listen to another great episode of GENRE TALK.
01:34:23
May 24, 2021
Genre Talk 2.6 With Sheila Williams
How do you sell a story to the leading science fiction magazine? What does the editor look for? How do they deal with submissions? What's it like to work with legends? Find out the answers to these questions and more this week with our guest Editor Sheila Williams, the editor of Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine (www.asimovs.com). A multiple award nominee, who has worked at the magazine for two decades, Sheila Williams is one of the leading editors of short fiction in the field. You can find her on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/sheila.williams.7146 and follow her on social media at https://twitter.com/sheilawilliam10?lang=en. She gives us real insight on how things work behind the scenes.
01:39:06
May 10, 2021
Genre Talk 2.5 With Brandon Tyler Russell
Ever wonder what it’s like to be a child star? Even more so, how does a child actor transition successfully to an adult career? This week’s guest Brandon Tyler Russell has done both and tells us about it as well as working as a child actor with Oscar winner Peter Fonda, his appearance as a young adult on Gray’s Anatomy’s 300th episode, and more. Find him online at https://www.twitter.com/Illinoisactor or on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/BrandonSkyWalker and listen to this great interview.
01:15:19
April 26, 2021
Genre Talk 2.4 with Eric Falkenstein
Who doesn't like the excitement of a live show--especially on Broadway where performers at the top of their game give their all with no margin for error? This week's guest is a major Broadway producer, Eric Falkenstein, who takes us behind the scenes of putting together a Broadway show and fills us in on what the future looks like for Broadway when the world opens back up from the COVID crisis. From shows like Aaron Sorkin’s “To Kill a Mockingbird” to “Moulin Rouge” to “All My Sons” and many more, Eric has been at the forefront of Broadway productions for two decades. Find him online at https://www.ibdb.com/broadway-cast-staff/eric-falkenstein-92601 (Internet Broadway database) or via http://sparkny.com/ and listen to this fascinating interview now!
01:34:42
April 12, 2021
Genre Talk 2.3 with Dan Norton
How do you break into comics and animation as an artist? And what are the tools to the trade and secrets to success? This week's show has all these answers and more as we interview Dan Norton, Art Director of Riot Games (League Of Legends) and the artist responsible for many of your favorite comics from DC Comics and more (Green Lantern, Green Arrow, Superman, Batman, Noah Hex) and shows like Thundercats, Beware The Batman, and Dead Space: Downfall. Check out his portfolio at https://www.deviantart.com/dannortonart or find him online at https://instagram.com/dingo107?igshid=qqylq85k6znj. And listen now to this great interview!
01:27:13
March 29, 2021
Genre Talk 2.2 With Stacia Deutsch
What does it take to write a successful children’s book? How do you break in? Get answers to these questions and more from this week's guest: New York Times bestselling children's author Stacia Deutsch, author of more than 300 books. In addition to her award-winning creative chapter book series Blast To The Past, Stacia has also ghostwritten for a popular girls' mystery series (Nancy Drew), published non-fiction texts, and penned a young adult romantic comedy called In The Stars. She has also penned popular titles for Girls Who Code: The Friendship Code and Spirit: Riding Free. And junior movie tie-in novelizations for summer blockbuster films, including Hotel Transylvania, Cloudy With A Chance Of Meatballs Jr. Movie Novel, and The Smurfs Movie. To find Stacia on social media and follow her work and adventures go to: Staciadeutsch_writes for Instagram, @staciadeutsch on Twitter, and @staciadeutsch for Facebook.
01:11:50
March 15, 2021
Genre Talk 2.1 With Ian Whyte
What’s it like to be the man behind the mask? Can an actor have a satisfying career when almost no one recognizes his face? Gets these answers and more in the first episode of our second season and the first official episode with new cohost Phillip Vargas joining Bryan Thomas Schmidt. Our guest, Ian Whyte, is a Welsh former professional basketball player turned stuntman and actor. Although he is probably best known for his portrayal of predators in both Aliens V. Predator films and The Mountain/Gregor Clegane in Game of Thrones, he has also appeared in Clash of The Titans, Star Wars, the Harry Potter Franchise, Prometheus and Hercules. We discuss stunt work, acting, growing up taller than everyone else and more.  To follow Ian, you can find him on Twitter at www.twitter.com/ian_whyte and Instagram at www.instagram.com/Ian.Whyte though he warns us he is a sporadic user of social media.
42:14
March 01, 2021
Genre Talk 1.6 with Tamora Pierce
Welcome to Genre Talk, a podcast for fans by fans. Peter and Bryan created it out of their own fandom of many things and hope to share with you guests and conversations that celebrate the things we all love. This week's guest is Tamora Pierce, the New York Times Bestselling author of The Becca Cooper and Circle of Magic series, who joins us to talk about her latest book, Tortall: A Spys' Guide, and the forthcoming Tempests & Slaughter, which starts her new series The Numair Chronicles. To continue the conversation, find Tamora online at her website or Twitter. Don't forget to check out our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/GenreTalkPodcast/ where you can post questions to Tamora and us yourself starting Wednesday as a follow up to this interview. Also our Twitter at: https://twitter.com/genretalk. Meanwhile, thanks for listening. Please let us know how you enjoy the show, and please tell your friends. To sign up as a future guest fan co-host, email us at genretalkpodcast@gmail.com
45:57
January 12, 2021
Genre Talk 2.0 Preview Show-Introducing Phillip Vargas
Welcome to GENRE TALK, a podcast by fans for fans of all things pop culture. As we prepare for an exciting new season of episodes, Bryan is joined by a new cohost. So to introduce him to you and remind you what the show is after a long hiatus, this show introduces Phillip with Bryan interviewing him. He's a writer for Riot Games, one of the largest game developers in the world. His latest story in the hit game League of Legends about the popular character Senna. Check it out free here: https://universe.leagueoflegends.com/en_US/story/redeemed/ We talk about the influence of The Outsiders and Chronicles of Narnia and other classics and growing up in inner city L.A. and then trace his journey onward to comics and them games. So please give the episode a listen. We preview a list of our upcoming guests at the end. And we look forward to having you with us. Eventually when we get rolling with regular shows again in March, will be offering you the chance to write genretalkpodcast@gmail.com with your questions for a future guests. So keep a lookout for the list which will be posting when it gets closer to March of the upcoming guests. We will be recording about three months ahead though so we’ll try to let you know we’re we are in the process to make that easier. Anyway enough show notes. I hope you enjoy the show.
59:39
January 08, 2021
Genre Talk 1.14 with K.R. Richardson
Welcome to Genre Talk, a podcast for fans by fans. Peter and Bryan created it out of their own fandom of many things and hope to share with you guests and conversations that celebrate the things we all love. This week's guest is New York Times bestselling author K.R. Richardson, whose latest novel is a scifi police procedural called Blood Orbit. As Kat Richardson, she also wrote the 9 book Greywalker urban fantasy mystery series. Her latest, though a departure in its grittiness and far future setting, will knock your socks off! To continue the conversation, find K.R. online at her website or Twitter. Don't forget to check out our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/GenreTalkPodcast/ where you can post questions to K.R. and us yourself starting Wednesday as a follow up to this interview. Also our Twitter at: https://twitter.com/genretalk. Meanwhile, thanks for listening. Please let us know how you enjoy the show, and please tell your friends. To sign up as a future guest fan co-host, email us at genretalkpodcast@gmail.com.
55:37
November 28, 2020
Genre Talk 1.13 with Kwei Quartey
Welcome to Genre Talk, a podcast for fans by fans. Peter and Bryan created it out of their own fandom of many things and hope to share with you guests and conversations that celebrate the things we all love. This week's guest is Ghanaian physician and mystery writer Kwei Quartey, author of the Darko Dawson series, which so far includes five novels (Wife of The Gods, Children of the Streets, Murder at Cape Three Points, Gold of Our Fathers, Death by His Grace) and several standalone novels. His latest is the Darko Dawson book Death By His Grace. To continue the conversation, find Kwei online at on his website or Twitter. Don't forget to check out our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/GenreTalkPodcast/ where you can post questions to Kwei and us yourself starting Wednesday as a follow up to this interview. Also our Twitter at: https://twitter.com/genretalk. Meanwhile, thanks for listening. Please let us know how you enjoy the show, and please tell your friends. To sign up as a future guest fan co-host, email us at genretalkpodcast@gmail.com.
59:41
November 28, 2020
Genre Talk 1.12 with Brooks Wachtel and Shari Goodhartz
Welcome to Genre Talk, a podcast for fans by fans. Peter and Bryan created it out of their own fandom of many things and hope to share with you guests and conversations that celebrate the things we all love. This week's guests are TV writers Brooks Wachtel and Shari Goodhartz. Brooks has written for A & E's Dogfights, Clifford The Big Red Dog, Spider-Man, X-Men, and The Legend of Prince Valiant, among others, and is the author of the novel Lady Sherlock, which was edited by Shari. Shari has written for Star Trek: The Next Generation, Bonkers, and Exosquad--which Brooks also wrote for--amongst others. They join us to discuss writing and the creative process behind Lady Sherlock. To continue the conversation, find Brooks online at the Lady Sherlock Page or IMDB. Find Shari on IMDB. Don't forget to check out our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/GenreTalkPodcast/ where you can post questions to Brooks and Shari and us yourself starting Wednesday as a follow up to this interview. Also our Twitter at: https://twitter.com/genretalk. Meanwhile, thanks for listening. Please let us know how you enjoy the show, and please tell your friends. To sign up as a future guest fan co-host, email us at genretalkpodcast@gmail.com.
01:01:15
November 28, 2020
Genre Talk 1.11 with Russ Adams
Welcome to Genre Talk, a podcast for fans by fans. Peter and Bryan created it out of their own fandom of many things and hope to share with you guests and conversations that celebrate the things we all love. This week's guest is special effects artist Russ Adams, a former cast member of Jim Henson's Creature Workshop on SyFy. He is also the author of Creature Fur and Hair: A Workshop With Russ Adams. To continue the conversation, find Russ online at on his website or Twitter. Don't forget to check out our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/GenreTalkPodcast/ where you can post questions to Russ and us yourself starting Wednesday as a follow up to this interview. Also our Twitter at: https://twitter.com/genretalk. Meanwhile, thanks for listening. Please let us know how you enjoy the show, and please tell your friends. To sign up as a future guest fan co-host, email us at genretalkpodcast@gmail.com.
53:45
November 28, 2020
Genre Talk 1.10 with Gini Koch
Welcome to Genre Talk, a podcast for fans by fans. Peter and Bryan created it out of their own fandom of many things and hope to share with you guests and conversations that celebrate the things we all love. This week's guest is author Gini Koch, famous for her Alien series of Katherine Kitty Katt comedic science fiction novels, the latest of which Aliens Abroad, releases tomorrow, but also author of westerns, Alexander Outlander Space Pirate series, Necropolis Enforcement Files, and Martian Alliance series, amongst others. To continue the conversation, find Gini online at on her website or Twitter. Don't forget to check out our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/GenreTalkPodcast/ where you can post questions to Gini and us yourself starting Wednesday as a follow up to this interview. Also our Twitter at: https://twitter.com/genretalk. Meanwhile, thanks for listening. Please let us know how you enjoy the show, and please tell your friends. To sign up as a future guest fan co-host, email us at genretalkpodcast@gmail.com.
53:41
November 28, 2020
Genre Talk 1.9 with Michele Martin
Welcome to Genre Talk, a podcast for fans by fans. Peter and Bryan created it out of their own fandom of many things and hope to share with you guests and conversations that celebrate the things we all love. This week's guest is actress and screenwriter Michele Martin, an up and coming talent who has worked with the likes of Sir Ben Kingsley, Kelly McGillis, Robert Patrick, Heather Graham, and Julian Sands on films like Blue, Assisting Venus, Last Rampage, and Coffin 2, a Redbox hit. To continue the conversation, find Michele online at on IMDB or Twitter. Don't forget to check out our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/GenreTalkPodcast/ where you can post questions to Michele and us yourself starting Wednesday as a follow up to this interview. Also our Twitter at: https://twitter.com/genretalk. Meanwhile, thanks for listening. Please let us know how you enjoy the show, and please tell your friends. To sign up as a future guest fan co-host, email us at genretalkpodcast@gmail.com.
56:28
November 28, 2020
Genre Talk 1.8 with Ken Scholes
Welcome to Genre Talk, a podcast for fans by fans. Peter and Bryan created it out of their own fandom of many things and hope to share with you guests and conversations that celebrate the things we all love. This week's guest is Ken Scholes, author of hundreds of short stories, including 3 solo collections, and the 5 novel science fantasy series The Psalms of Isaak, the concluding volume of which, Hymn, released last month. To continue the conversation, find Ken online at his website or Twitter. Don't forget to check out our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/GenreTalkPodcast/ where you can post questions to Ken and us yourself starting Wednesday as a follow up to this interview. Also our Twitter at: https://twitter.com/genretalk. Meanwhile, thanks for listening. Please let us know how you enjoy the show, and please tell your friends. To sign up as a future guest fan co-host, email us at genretalkpodcast@gmail.com.
44:27
November 28, 2020
Genre Talk 1.7 with David Weber
Welcome to Genre Talk, a podcast for fans by fans. Peter and Bryan created it out of their own fandom of many things and hope to share with you guests and conversations that celebrate the things we all love. This week's guest is David Weber, New York Times Bestselling author of the Safehold and Honor Harrington series and many more. From Keith Laumer's Bolo! to Eric Flint's 1632, he has written dozens of novels and short stories with many collaborators. His latest book Shadow of Victory, a core Honor Harrington novel, is out in mass market this month. To continue the conversation, find David online at his website or Twitter. Don't forget to check out our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/GenreTalkPodcast/ where you can post questions to Tamora and us yourself starting Wednesday as a follow up to this interview. Also our Twitter at: https://twitter.com/genretalk. Meanwhile, thanks for listening. Please let us know how you enjoy the show, and please tell your friends. To sign up as a future guest fan co-host, email us at genretalkpodcast@gmail.com
57:05
November 28, 2020
Genre Talk 1.5 with Andy Weir
Welcome to Genre Talk, a podcast for fans by fans. Peter and Bryan created it out of their own fandom of many things and hope to share with you guests and conversations that celebrate the things we all love. This week's guest is Andy Weir, the New York Times Bestselling author of The Martian, which became a worldwide phenomenon, who joins us to talk about his new book, Artemis. To continue the conversation, find Andy online at his website or Twitter. Don't forget to check out our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/GenreTalkPodcast/ where you can post questions to Steven and us yourself starting Wednesday as a follow up to this interview. Also our Twitter at: https://twitter.com/genretalk. Meanwhile, thanks for listening. Please let us know how you enjoy the show, and please tell your friends. To sign up as a future guest fan co-host, email us at genretalkpodcast@gmail.com
42:24
November 28, 2020
Genre Talk 1.4 with Jonathan Maberry
Welcome to Genre Talk, a podcast for fans by fans. Peter and Bryan created it out of their own fandom of many things and hope to share with you guests and conversations that celebrate the things we all love. This week's guest is Jonathan Maberry, the New York Times Bestselling author of multiple series like Joe Ledger, Rot and Ruin, Pine Deep, and more and editor of multiple anthologies, including Nights of The Living Dead with George A. Romero, and his latest, Joe Ledger: Unstoppable, coedited by our cohost Bryan Thomas Schmidt. To continue the conversation, find Jonathan online at his website, on Twitter. Don't forget to check out our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/GenreTalkPodcast/ where you can post questions to Steven and us yourself starting Wednesday as a follow up to this interview. Also our Twitter at: https://twitter.com/genretalk. Meanwhile, thanks for listening. Please let us know how you enjoy the show, and please tell your friends. To sign up as a future guest fan co-host, email us at genretalkpodcast@gmail.com
44:05
November 28, 2020
Genre Talk 1.3 With Steven Sears
Welcome to Genre Talk, a podcast for fans by fans. Peter and Bryan created it out of their own fandom of many things and hope to share with you guests and conversations that celebrate the things we all love. This week's guest is Steven L. Sears, a writer and producer who worked on Xena, The A-Team, Riptide, Sheena, Walker Texas Ranger, Swamp Thing and many more. He also authored The Non-User Friendly Guide For Aspiring TV Writers: Advice From The Trenches. To continue the conversation, find Steven online on his website or Twitter. Don't forget to check out our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/GenreTalkPodcast/ where you can post questions to Steven and us yourself starting Wednesday as a follow up to this interview. Also our Twitter at: https://twitter.com/genretalk. Meanwhile, thanks for listening. Please let us know how you enjoy the show, and please tell your friends. To sign up as a future guest fan co-host, email us at genretalkpodcast@gmail.com.
01:14:03
November 28, 2020
Genre Talk 1.2 with Andrew Mayne
Welcome to Genre Talk, a podcast for fans by fans. Peter and Bryan created it out of their own fandom of many things and hope to share with you guests and conversations that celebrate the things we all love. This week's guest is Andrew Mayne! An Amazon #1 bestselling  author and illusionist, he starred in A&E's Don't Trust Andrew Mayne (available on Hulu and YouTube) and his latest book is The Naturalist. To continue the conversation, you can find Andrew online at  Twitter  or his Website.  Don't forget to check out our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/GenreTalkPodcast/ where you can post questions to Seanan and us yourself starting Wednesday as a follow up to this interview. Also our Twitter at: https://twitter.com/genretalk. Meanwhile, thanks for listening. Please let us know how you enjoy the show, and please tell your friends. To sign up as a future guest fan co-host, email us at genretalkpodcast@gmail.com
50:47
November 28, 2020
Genre Talk 1.1 With Seanan McGuire
Welcome to Genre Talk, a podcast for fans by fans. Peter and Bryan created it out of their own fandom of many things and hope to share with you guests and conversations that celebrate the things we all love. Our first guest is Seanan McGuire/Mira Grant, the New York Times bestselling author of the In Cryptid, October Daye, and Newsflesh series. Her latest book, number 11 of Toby Daye, The Brightest Fell, is the first hardcover of that series and can be found wherever books are sold. You can find Seanan online as follows to continue the conversation at www.seananmcguire.com and www.twitter.com/seananmcguire. Don't forget to check out our Facebook page: https://www.facebook.com/GenreTalkPodcast/ where you can post questions to Seanan and us yourself starting Wednesday as a follow up to this interview. Also our Twitter at: https://twitter.com/genretalk. Meanwhile, thanks for listening. Please let us know how you enjoy the show, and please tell your friends.
46:36
November 28, 2020