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Sci-Fi Saturday Night

Sci Fi Saturday Night, the Podcast is the web version of the popular New Hampshire based radio show. Our hosts, The Dome, Kriana, and Zombrarian discuss science fiction, science fact, fantasy and whatever else we think is cool, in between celebrity interviews.

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TalkCast 214 – Robot God Akamatsu

Robot God Akamatsu Boston Comic Con announces new guests for 2014 John Rhys Davies at RICC Dead of Winter by Rob Smales is out: You can find it on Amazon and PDFs, Epubs and the like can be purchased through Ganxy Hell Really Did Freeze Over Disney Princess Lingerie Disney appoints a group to determine a new, official Star Wars canon The Wonder Woman Rumor Why does Canada Get Its Very Own Rob Granito? Poll – Who’s the best butler? Tonight’s guests are the ever-charming James Biggie and Frankie B. Washington.  They’re here to talk to us about the wonderful success they’ve had with Robot God Akamatsu (the trade paperback is available now) and some of the exciting things that will be happening in the future!http://www.scifisaturdaynight.com/podcast/talkcast214.mp3Download | Open Player in New Window

12 Jan 2014

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TalkCast 318 – Jackie Leduc

The absolutely charming Jackie joins us to talk all about her, her writing and the fun she is having. When she was 14 she had her first book, Bloody Nightmares, published. Now, at 16, she has her second book out, The Demonic Eye. We talked about how her love of words and reading was    by her family and how libraries held such a fascination for her. When not writing, going to school or deciding on which college to attend, Jackie attends comic conventions where she gets a real kick from meeting people. She really enjoys cosplayers. You can see her at Northeast Comic Con this summer. In This Week’s News Discussion: Flash, Arrow and Supergirl all being renewed Comixology Launches Digital Comic Book Subscription Service Enjoy and thanks for all the fish http://www.scifisaturdaynight.com/podcast/talkcast318.mp3Download | Open Player in New Window

28 May 2016

Rank #2

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TalkCast 390 – V.S. Holmes and Nel Bently

V.S. Holmes Our guest in this episode is returning author V.S. Holmes here to talk about some new interconnected projects of hers at Amphibian Press. First is her inclusion in a Science fiction short story anthology ‘Beamed Up.’ Joining with fellow “Amphibian” writers Cameron J. Quinn, Ariele Sieling and Cullen McHael, V.S.’ contribution is a story called “Disciples”, written in the Nel Bently universe. Her other project is the soon to be released Book 3 in the Nel Bently series “Strangers”. For those unfamiliar with the series, you can read the first book for free here. V.S. talked about Nel, where she came from how she developed and the parallels between Nel and herself. After that, we talked about the unique perspective that “Disciples” brings to the Nel Bently universe, allowing the reader the rare ability to see this from the opposite perspective, from the eyes of the “alien”, Lin Nalawangsa (but is Lin actually an alien?). This is an extremely enjoyable well-written series and we had a lot of fun talking about it with V.S., aside from not  having to do so in a truck stop with negligible internet access. Enjoy the chaos http://www.scifisaturdaynight.com/podcast/talkcast390.mp3Download | Open Player in New Window Strangers Beamed Up

18 Aug 2018

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TalkCast 332 – The Many Projects of Vivek Tiwary

It’s an epic night with Vivek Tiwary returns to SFSN and brings some and friends to talk about two of his many new projects. Project one is with SFSN’s friend Sara Richard. It’s an YA illustrated novel called Asha Ascending. Per usual, Vivek does nothing in an ordinary fashion and in this case, the novel is being serialized on the web so readers can become part of the evolving storyline. Check out the first chapters here. For the second project we’re joined by Dave Roman to talk about Astronaut Academy,which began as a web comic, evolved into a graphic novel and with Vivek’s participation is hoping to become a television project. (Part three is to be continued to talk about The Harvey Awards, The Fifth Beatle and all the other rabbits Vivek can pull out of his hat.) Enjoy the conversation. We sure did. http://www.scifisaturdaynight.com/podcast/talkcast332.mp3Download | Open Player in New Window

25 Sep 2016

Rank #4

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TalkCast 253 – Chris Philbrook

Wow look FOUR news pieces about how much Sir Sarah loves Hayley Atwell: She’ll be in Ant-Man (maybe) She’s been accidentally beating up everyone on set She’s coming back to Agents of Shield She kicks ass in this new Agent Carter trailer and I have hearts in my eyes Netflix Is Making “A Series of Unfortunate Events” TV Show Ridley Scott Producing Arthur C. Clarke’s 3001: THE FINAL ODYSSEY as Syfy Miniseries Our Interesting Weekend Our guest tonight is author Chris Philbrook, who’s here to talk about his series Adrian’s Undead Diary. He’s actually the author of three different series, which range between post-apocolyptic horror, epic dark fantasy, and urban fantasy AND he’s a gamer AND he’s got blogs AND a bunch of other things.  We also have an in-depth discussion about the awesomeness that is Tracy Hickman, and the awfulness that is the Green Line.  If you’re interested, you can check out a free sample of Chris’s work. http://www.scifisaturdaynight.com/podcast/talkcast253.mp3Download | Open Player in New Window

9 Nov 2014

Rank #5

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TalkCast 407 – The The Philip K Dick Film Festival 2019

Dan Abella In this edition, we talk with friend of the show, Daniel Abella, the force behind The Philip K Dick Film Festival. This year is a hybrid affair with sessions on both coasts. New York Showings: Thursday, March 7th.  at The Museum Of The Moving Image Saturday, March 9th. at The Producers Club Los Angeles Area Showings: Thursday, March 14th.  at the Echo Park Film Center in Los Angeles Friday, March 15th. at the Ebell Club of Santa Ana in Santa Ana Saturday March 16th. at OCMA-Orange County Museum in Santa Ana Sunday, March 17th. at the Ebell Club of Santa Ana in Santa Ana Any conversation with Dan is fun but when we get to talk about his festival, its always a treat,. We talked about the inclusion this year of web-series. The festival decided there were a number of web-series contributors that has a voice and PKDFF was going to give it to them. The discussion then turned to the many unique and distinctive voices this year in the festival all of which, in some way, somehow embraced some part of the thematic qualities of Philip K Dick and his work. As more and more festivals pop up each year, this one and its creator remain one of my favorites. Sit back and enjoy a little time with Dan Abella and the Philip K Dick Film Festival 2019 http://www.scifisaturdaynight.com/podcast/talkcast407.mp3Download | Open Player in New Window Philip K Dick Film Festival 2019

3 Mar 2019

Rank #6

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TalkCast 395 – Chris and Alan Hebert Talk Team Synergy

Team Synergy We talk with the newest inductees into the Sci Fi Saturday Night Five Timers Club, Alan and Chris Hebert. SFSN spent much time at Vermont Comic Con with our friends from HB Comics. They join the show to talk about the state of the independent comic creator and how it has changed over the past years. They are also here to talk about the newest episode of Team Synergy, a “kids” comic at inception and how is has now in issue 4, evolved into a taut YA Superhero adventure. Changes in story arc characterizations and art , thanks in no small part to the addition of artist P.R. Dedelis, have helped sharpen the focus of this comic as it evolves. They also talk about the other tent-poles of the HB Comics repertoire, Vindication, Lazerman and Mystery Man . It’s a fun time. Enjoy the Chaos. HB Comics http://www.scifisaturdaynight.com/podcast/talkcast395.mp3Download | Open Player in New Window

23 Sep 2018

Rank #7

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TalkCast 404 – Scott Wauchope and The Doctor

Doctor-The-WhoWelcome to a new season of Sci Fi Saturday Night, whatever that means. As part of our renewed pledge to only talk about stuff we like, in this episode we are pleased to introduce our vast listening audience, the marvelous mind and talents of Scott Wauchope.Scott brings a lot to the “Artists Alley” table, so to speak. He is a talented artist, a gifted writer and a man with a passion project. In this episode we discuss this passion project, ‘Doctor-The-Who and The Lost Imagination’. It’s an hour all about Scott, how he got to where he is in the artist community, why this is his project of the heart and his plans for it for the future. This is the first of a planned 8 book series, so the horizon bodes well for many more original stories and art in this stunning world he has created.Enjoy the chaos.http://www.scifisaturdaynight.com/podcast/talkcast404.mp3Download | Open Player in New Window Winnie the Pooh and friends as the Justice League

19 Jan 2019

Rank #8

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TalkCast 302 – Aatmaja Pandya

It’s a shortie but a goodie this week, folks! We’re talking to Aatmaja Pandya, a webcomic creator we met at Topatocon. Her most recent work is Travelouge, “a fantasy ‘diary’ comic with a focus on worldbuilding.” Tune in to hear about goat pupils, relaxed webcomic creation, and so much more. http://www.scifisaturdaynight.com/podcast/talkcast302.mp3Download | Open Player in New Window

26 Jan 2016

Rank #9

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TalkCast 226 – Michael J. Sullivan

Tracey Hickman Has Sobering News For Aspiring Writers Jack Kirby’s Heirs Petition Supreme Court Inkwell Awards Auction POLL: Which rockstar is likely an alien? Tonight’s guest is Michael J. Sullivan, who’s here to tell us about his new book, Hollow World.  Here’s the blurb from GoodReads: Ellis Rogers is an ordinary man who is about to embark on an extraordinary journey. All his life he has played it safe and done the right thing, but when faced with a terminal illness, he’s willing to take an insane gamble. He’s built a time machine in his garage, and if it works, he’ll face a world that challenges his understanding of what it means to be human, what it takes to love, and the cost of paradise. He could find more than a cure for his illness; he might find what everyone has been searching for since time began…but only if he can survive Hollow World. We also talk to Michael about alternative publishing models, both their dangers and their advantages. http://www.scifisaturdaynight.com/podcast/talkcast226.mp3Download | Open Player in New Window

6 Apr 2014

Rank #10

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TalkCast 184 – Improvised Star Trek

Inkwell awards update Kickstarter of the week: Get Dorks in Dungeons to GenCon Move over, 50 Shades! Amazon will now sell fanfic. AMC verbally commits to Walking Dead till 2022…at least And once again, there IS a GHOSTBUSTERS 3 Festivities for Superman Day Society 6 T-shirts Warehouse 13 ending next season Benedict Cumberbatch is KHAN (and gratuitous nudity) Doctor Who Finale POLL: What’s the best movie that featured the moon as a backdrop? Tonight’s guests are Chris, Nick, and Irene from the podcast Improvised Star Trek. They started out as a live stage show, then branched out into podcast episodes. If you’re in the Chicago area, you can still catch them live; and if not, you can download a new episode every other week. http://www.scifisaturdaynight.com/podcast/talkcast184.mp3Download | Open Player in New Window

26 May 2013

Rank #11

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TalkCast 371 – A Valentines Day Extravaganza With H.P. Mallory

H.P.Mallory It’s always delightful to catch up with an old friend. As our Queen of Paranormal Romance, every Valentines Day H.P. Mallory has had a standing invitation to join us. This year she accepted and we couldn’t have been more pleased. It seems that as the years have gone on, she has become more prolific than ever. Author of: The Jolie Wilkins Series (5 Books) The Brin and Sinjin Series (3 Books to date) The Dulcie O’Neil Series (8 Books to date) The Lily Harper Series (4 Books to date) The Peyton Clark Series (2 Books to date) And just beginning her Ice Wolf Series, Co-authored with J.R. Rain, H.P. is one of the most amazing and creative writers we have had the pleasure to know. We talked about all her current series, where they started and where they are going and, just because, we also discussed how she writes and how her process has changed as her success has accelerated. Enjoy the hour. We sure did. Happy Valentines Day. http://www.scifisaturdaynight.com/podcast/talkcast371.mp3Download | Open Player in New Window

11 Feb 2018

Rank #12

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TalkCast 369 – Jay Mooers Returns

Jay Mooers In this episode, we welcome back Jay Mooers. Jay is here to talk about volume 6 of his serialized comic Autumn Grey and where the second half of this episodic adventure is going to go. Jay also introduces two new projects he is currently working on: HUSH with Jason Moulton and Gang of Two with Steve Offord. We talk about the new normal in conventioneering that is currently evolving and how is it affecting not only artists and content providers but also the affect on the public and what they have come to expect. Additionally, Jay talks about … Dragons. Enjoy the chaos.http://www.scifisaturdaynight.com/podcast/talkcast369.mp3Download | Open Player in New Window\          Autumn Grey #6

17 Dec 2017

Rank #13

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TalkCast 417 – Joseph Paradis Invents New Worlds

Joseph ParadisWhen you go to Author Expo’s or conventions you can meet tons of diverse people and if you’re foolish enough to “judge a book by its cover” or in this case “an author by his looks”, you may sometimes ‘have gravely misjudged the situation’.Meet Joseph Paradis. We spoke at a meeting a few months back and I’m not sure what it was that I expected when I received his book but what ever my expectations were it was most certainly NOT Saving The Dark Side – The Devotion. To explain, when you listen to our conversation on this ‘cast, Joe is a very likeable, dynamic, personable kind of guy with a genuine warmth and pleasant air about him. The conversation we had at the Expo was very nice and relaxed, albeit brief, as conversations in this type of setting usually are.So Joe created this universe and introduces us to its main character, Cole. When he was 3 years old he began to “disappear”. First for hours and then days at a time and never had any idea where he had gone. Joe slowly brings the reader jarringly through his childhood to the point at which Cole disappears from earth completely  into a series of events that continue to test and teach him about what he is truly capable of.Some books take your hand and gently guide you through a plot; others drop you in the middle of nowhere and force you to figure it out. This book punches you in the face again and again, and is compelling enough to make you want more and more. I warn you now; the reader will be coerced to root for Cole no matter what and you should. The book is that well written.Enjoy the bookEnjoy the conversationEnjoy the chaoshttp://www.scifisaturdaynight.com/podcast/talkcast417.mp3Download | Open Player in New Window Saving The Darkside Book One – the Devotion Click HERE for a free copy of his introductory short story to this universe Her Gift For You

7 Jul 2019

Rank #14

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TalkCast 402 – The Girl With The Blue Hair

Ceara Comeau As has been mentioned over and over, one of the best things about setting up at conventions is not only the chance to talk to our fans and listeners but also to meet old friend as well as new talented people. Terry Thomas, from Keene Comic Con came by our booth at Granite Con to talk to us about some of the guests that were going to be there. He spoke specifically about a young lady with blue hair whose name had slipped his mind but was an “up and coming Sci Fi author” and wanted us to meet her there. A little bit later that afternoon, whom should come by the SFSN booth but that selfsame blue haired young lady, Ceara Comeau, wanting to talk with us about conventions and writing and how she had been listening to the podcast and her book “Memories of Chronosalis” for the better part of as hour. At Keene, two weeks later, we met up with Ceara again and she seemed to be having a wonderful time interacting with the convention attendees and other guests. Her natural ease and relaxed demeanor with others was the perfect way for her to enjoy the convention and that attitude carried over to this interview. Interestingly, her writing maintains that same storytelling ease while giving the reader the opportunity to see the wonderful “word paintings” she creates to lead the reader into this new world of Chronosalis. Join us for an relaxed fun and interesting time talking to “The Girl With Blue Hair”. http://www.scifisaturdaynight.com/podcast/talkcast402.mp3Download | Open Player in New Window Memories of Chronosalis

8 Dec 2018

Rank #15

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TalkCast 203 – A Brief Introduction to the World of Eric Radvon

Erik Radvon When I go to a convention there is no real idea of who I might meet. It might be someone from my other work in such outrageously inventive cosplay you don’t even recognize them, it might be a long-lost friend from school days past who is now an artisan and produces the most amazing monster jars or it just might be someone so different and interesting you want them on your podcast. Such is the case with Eric Radvon. At Plastic City Comic Con last year, I was wandering the floor aimlessly, looking, and finding cool things to buy and interesting people to talk with when I stumbled across a gentleman sitting at his booth. We talked and an interesting story began to unfold about a journalist turned fiction writer turned comic creator and the oddly twisted path the led him to that convention. Welcome to the world of Eric Radvon, a world that began, for the purposes of this story, as a writer for Worcester Magazine and brought him through many incarnations, through Famous Monsters of Filmland, text video games, television and back to one of his first loves, comics. Sit back and experience an absorbing conversation with an interesting man in creative times; the trifecta of fascinating. Enjoy the chaos. http://www.scifisaturdaynight.com/podcast/talkcast403.mp3Download | Open Player in New Window Crisis Vector

15 Dec 2018

Rank #16

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TalkCast 408 – A Series Of Fortunate Events or Alvin Baylor Lives!

Alvin Baylor Lives!This episode is actually two stories in one. One is the obvious part. Alvin Baylor Lives! is a fascinating well-constructed Sci Fi novel/audio book set in the far future with McGuffin after McGuffin to keep the reader/listener enthralled. One the one hand, charming while at the same time gritty, we learn about the world that Alvin inhabits, the society he survives in and the profound affect one man can have.The other story is about two boyhood friends, Maximillian Gray and Josh Horowitz. After surviving the “rigors” of public education together in the Greater LA Area, they went their separate ways as often happens. Max and Josh both found themselves in the entertainment industry and a chance social media reconnection brought them back together for this project: Max as writer and Josh as audio book creator.So, this episode is two fascinating stories. One is about a book/audio book and the other is the rekindling of a friendship to create it. It’s a really cool story with two really eloquent interesting men.Enjoy the chaos. We did, for sure.http://www.scifisaturdaynight.com/podcast/talkcast408.mp3Download | Open Player in New Window Josh Horowitz May Gray

17 Mar 2019

Rank #17

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Talkcast 128: Laura Ortiz, Corri English and Juli Mayers

Go Back to Hogwarts by Juli Mayers Poll:  Who’s your favorite radioactive sci-fi character? Adam West gets a star on Hollywood Walk of Fame CBS shuts down fan production of old Star Trek Script Film: The Raven AT&T Discovers lost Henson film Neil deGrasse Tyson corrects Titanic A real archer rips on Hawkeye Tonight we were joined by not one, but three guests! Juli Mayers is a perennial Boston Comic Con fixture in Artist’s Alley. She is accepting commissions before and during the convention, and you can see her work on her Deviant Art page. Juli also draws the webcomic Wicked Unscripted. Reprising her appearance last week, we also had the pleasure of speaking to Laura Ortiz, but this time she was joined by her equally fabulous Holliston co-star Corri English. (NB: Watch the premiere episode of Holliston before you tune in this week… spoilers!) Holliston airs on Tuesdays at 10:30 PM on FearNET, but if you and don’t get that channel (we don’t!), you can catch up on iTunes every Wednesday. http://www.scifisaturdaynight.com/podcast/talkcast128.mp3Download | Open Player in New Window

8 Apr 2012

Rank #18

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TalkCast 331 – GraniteCon and The Secret Identity Podcast

Our guests tonight are our old friend Chris Proulx from Double Midnight Comics and the guy in charge of Granite State Comic Con. We spend some moments previewing the upcoming even which will include everything from Cosplay to food trucks. This   incredible New England Event takes place on September 17 & 18 in Manchester, NH. Then we spent some time talking with Matt Herring about the life and times of The Secret Identity Podcast, his writing career and why he does what he does. Matman is an interesting fixture in the geek community. In This Weeks News: Star Trek: Discovery Delays Launch To May 2017 Freeform Bringing Shadowhunters and Beyond to New York Comic Con Agents of SHIELD Shows Off Its Badass Ghost Rider in This New Promo New Westworld Trailer Is Full Of Sex and Violence For the Love of Spock Enjoy The show! http://www.scifisaturdaynight.com/podcast/talkcast331.mp3Download | Open Player in New Window

16 Sep 2016

Rank #19

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Talkcast 130 – Dave Gordon and the Watch City Festival

Keep Calm and Carry a Raygun Facebook Poll: Sci-Fi’s Greatest Visionary I Robot on Blu-ray 3D Sin City2 Bill and Ted 3 Prometheus Site RIP Jonathan Frid Scientists invent not a REAL sonic screwdriver! Silver Circle to debut their  Official Trailer at BCC Boston Comic Con This week Dave Gordon was excited to tell us about the third annual Watch City Festival. The original steampunk city, the Watch City Festival  is a street fair that takes place all over Waltham, MA which has a rich industrial history that blends perfectly with steampunk themes. Events include a choose your own adventure pub crawl, hot air balloon rides, mime classes (for kids), and special performers all over the city. Many events are open to the public, but purchase of a pass entitles the bearer to all events as well as special discounts at many restaurants and shops. The Watch City Festival is presented by the Charles River Museum of Industry and Innovation  and runs May 11, 12, and 13 in Waltham MA. Passes are: Adults – $20 for the weekend or $15 per day – Children – $10 for the weekend or $7 per day.http://www.scifisaturdaynight.com/podcast/talkcast130.mp3Download | Open Player in New Window

22 Apr 2012

Rank #20