TIH 210: Paul Michael Anderson on Bones are Made to be Broken, Harlan Ellison, and Short Story Notes

TIH 210 Paul Michael Anderson on Bones are Made to be Broken, Harlan Ellison, and Short Story Notes

In this podcast Paul Michael Anderson talks about Bones are Made to be Broken, Harlan Ellison, Short Story Notes, and much more.

About Paul Michael Anderson

Paul Michael Anderson is the writer of Bones are made to be Broken and numerous short stories and articles. He lives with his wife and daughter in Virginia. Find him on Twitter under the inspired handle of @p_m_anderson or at his website paulmichaelanderson.wordpress.com

Show notes

  • [03:00] Conversation start/Bones are Made to be Broken
  • [11:00] Short story notes and collections
  • [22:30] Rejection
  • [32:00] Harlan Ellison
  • [51:40] Nick Mamatas
  • [56:05] Connect with Paul
  • [58:10] Final thoughts

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    • WhoWhat on June 18, 2018 at 9:27 pm
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    Great to hear about possibly getting more than one podcast a week.
    I would love to see(Hear) you guys start doing Audio Stories that inspired you guys and have ya discuss it after a reading!!!!!!!!

    1. Thank you for your kind words. There are a few episodes, some years back, of author-narrated fiction and over on Patreon Bob and I host Story Unboxed: The Horror Podcast on the Craft of Writing where we explore craft in movies and short stories—check out preview episodes on Rosemary’s Baby the Texas Chain Saw Massacre and our full episode on The Box by Jack Ketchum. That said, I like your suggestion and it may be something we can do in the future or incorporate into Story Unboxed. Thanks for your support. Michael David Wilson

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