Podio Media Chat interviews me! Greatest interview ever? You decide…

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PodioMedia ChatPodioMedia Chat has just posted it’s very best every episode ever (now and future), and I don’t just say that because I’m the guest interviewee – I’m being objective here. Chris Moody, the host, asked a lot of great questions, I explained about how SFFaudio got started, the SFFaudio Challenges (1 and 2) and my love of audiobooks and audio drama. We also chatted extensively about the state of the podosphere touching on producers like Christiana Ellis’s Space Casey, Decoder Ring Theatre, Crazy Dog Audio Theatre, Broken Sea, Sonic Society, Wormwood, Escape Pod, Beam Me Up, Mark Nelson’s reading of The Green Odyssey and lots more.

I also talked about the infamous “Amateur Audio Drama & What’s Wrong With It” commentary, LibriVox, Podiobooks.com, how to become a reviewer for SFFaudio, how to make Audio Drama (and Radio Drama), and the disconnect between audiobooks and podiobooks. I even got a plug in for Canadia: 2056. Whew!

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Posted by Jesse Willis

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6 thoughts to “Podio Media Chat interviews me! Greatest interview ever? You decide…”

  1. U R A SMART GUY.
    FEEL BETTER NOW JESS? :)
    HARRY POTTER IS THE GREATEST BOOK THAT I HAVE EVER READ IN MAI ENTIRE LIFE! U DON DARE TO SAY IT IS ONLY GOOD FOR KIDS!
    I WILL PROVIDE IT TO U SOON!

  2. Okay Jesse. You’re a great talker as you are a writer. So go buy a good USB Mic and start your own podcast. Really, you could be a podcast star :-)

    And yes the Harry Potter books are good. But then again, there’s a lot of great stuff out there that you can listen to that’s just as good and better.

  3. USB mics are expensive I hear. And, I don’t think I could have a podcast of my own because my opinions and ideas can only exist in opposition to someone else’s. ;)

  4. Thanks Charles. I’ve just finished recording another “Hey Want To Watch A Movie” (Blade Runner -The Final Cut) – lot’s of discussion there, including talk about the different versions of the Dune audiobooks.

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