In this podcast we review The Booked. Anthology whilst also interviewing the anthologists Livius Nedin and Robb Olson.
[01:30] Origins of the Booked Anthology
[04:00] A mix of genres within the anthology
[14:22] The editorial process
[19:45] Favourite Booked Anthology stories
[32:35] Compiling the stories
[39:05] A few good British anthologies
[42:00] The weakest stories
[55:55] Robb’s bonus story
[01:01:50] Authors Booked would have liked to have included
[01:05:00] Would you put together an anthology again?
[01:07:15] Lessons learnt from the experience of putting together the Booked Anthology
[01:12:30] Future Booked projects
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