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
- [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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