Speculative Fiction | S02E06

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Welcome to the sixth episode of the second season of the Unknown Studio! I promise I’ll think of a new and exciting way to intro our shows soon. For now, you get a well-tested formula. 😛

This episode, we interview OnSpec Editors Diane Walton (managing editor) and Susan MacGregor (fiction editor). And in case you don’t know all about On Spec, you can peep their website, or read this:

Our quarterly journal ‘On Spec’ adheres to a strong mandate that has served us well over the years. We discover and showcase quality works by predominantly Canadian writers and artists, in the genre we call “Fantastic” literature. We foster the growth of emerging writers in this genre, by offering support and direction through constructive criticism, education, mentoring, and manuscript development.

Something else you might not know about On Spec: author and BoingBoing editor Cory Doctorow had one of his first works published there!

Here’s the breakdown of the episode:

0:00: Show Intro – Fu Manchu
1:30: We talk speculative fiction with Diane and Susan.
7:45: Adam Rozenhart… UNLEASHED
11:11: Part two of our interview with On Spec
35:39: Sex Talk with Brenda Kerber from the Traveling Tickle Trunk (listen for her special offer!)
39:00: Scott does a dramatic reading from the Star Trek: The Next Generation Technical Manual
42:42: Part three of our interview with On Spec
1:09:44: Fast Sixteen with Diane and Susan from On Spec!

Let us know what you thought, everyone! Do you love us? Hate us? TELL US!

The Unknown Studio is a proud member of the League of Extraordinary Media.

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EDMONTON JOURNAL STILL SPONSORS THE UNKNOWN STUDIO
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It’s true! After so much joking and tongue-in-cheek referrals to Edmonton’s newspaper of record on our show, the Edmonton Journal decided to put their money where our mouths are, by sponsoring the Unknown Studio this month!

We’re helping EJ to promote their Blackberry mobile launcher. You can check it out by clicking here on your Blackberry browser. If you have any comments about the mobile launcher or the Journal’s mobile site, let us know and we’ll pass it along!
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