Some of you are familiar with my initial, hesitant steps into podcasting--specifically, that I am podcasting my fiction, starting with Pay Me, Bug! and continuing with The Points Between. It's been... um... interesting. Some of you have enjoyed it, which is kind, but I don't think anyone can claim that my production values, editing, or basic presentation of each episode have been polished or professional.
Which is one of the reasons why I'm excited to announce that I'm going to be on a podcast that has both polished and professional production values, editing, and presentation. I'm talking about The Roundtable Podcast, a show that "workshops" a story idea from a new, wide-eyed, wet-behind-the-ears author in order to turn it into something they like to call "literary gold."
I will be playing the role of the new, wide-eyed, wet-behind-the-ears author. I'm recording it this week, and it'll go up in mid-June. Read on for more information.