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Archive for March, 2007

…1920 hours to apply to Viable Paradise

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Jennifer Pelland on her experience way back in 2002–VP VI. That’s Six. Like Battlestar Galactica. Six. Also Mac Stone on FEAR.

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Greg (VP III) tells us about dropping a major SF editor to the floor and how it has nothing to do with one of his obsessions, Martial Arts. And, more seriously, about the things he learned on that island in the misty sea. Also Evelyn Brown on frog sex.

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…have 6,998,400 seconds to apply to Viable Paradise.

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…bit by bit.

Have completed the Jennifer Pelland and Greg Van Eekhout interviews and will be netcasting them in the next couple of days. Current Nebula Nominee and VP (IV) Alum Paul Melko has agreed to do an interview and we’re working out the timing. — Update:  Make that Current Nebula AND HUGO Nominee, Paul Melko.

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Still

119,520 minutes left to apply to Viable Paradise XI.

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Upcoming Interviews

We’ve suckered talked Greg Van Eekhout (VP III) and Jennifer Pelland (VP VI) into interviews about their VP experience on the ‘cast. Also, keep an eye open for the Radioactive Spider Episode where Jim Macdonald and Debra Doyle reveal the mysterious origins of Viable Paradise deep in the mists of antiquity the nineties.

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I Should Be Writing

Mur Lafferty gave us permission to add her Drunken Revel’s Edition of I Should Be Writing to our feed. Not safe for work or children or goats. This was the end-of-week, blow-off-steam party at Viable Paradise X. There is drinking, there is cursing, there is laughing.

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85 Days left to apply to Viable Paradise XI.

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Direct Feed Subscribe with iTunes The inaugural download. I talk with Mur Lafferty, well known podcaster and writer, about her experience as a student at Viable Paradise X in the fall of 2006. Mur also podcast about this experience in a special edition of her popular show, I Should Be Writing. Listen to the wild, […]

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