David Morrell Thrills the Liars Club

This week, a very special Oddcast for me, featuring the internationally acclaimed, bestselling author of 32 books, David Morrell, whom I’ve known since way way back at the University of Iowa (that was in the Late Devouring Period). He is the co-founder of the International Thriller Writers Organization, a Bouchercon Lifetime Achievement Award winner, and International Thriller Writers’ Thriller Master. He talks with me, Jon McGoranMerry Deedee JonesKelly Simmons, and Keith Strunk about his early success writing the Rambo series, including First Blood; watching his books turn into movies; and writing about the craft of writing itself…and then there are his most recent works, the sublime Thomas De Quincey historical thrillers: Murder as a Fine Art, Inspector of the Dead, and Ruler of the Night.

Welcome, David Morrell.

David Morrell on the Oddcast

Andy Duncan, Award-winning short-story author, breaks up the Oddcast

This week on the Liars Club Oddcast, a conversation with Nebula, World Fantasy, and Theodore Sturgeon Award-winning short science-fiction-and-fantasy fiction author Andy Duncan. His short stories are currently available in two collections, Beluthahatchie, and The Pottawatomie Giant, to be joined by a third, An Agent of Utopia, this fall from Small Beer Press.

Andy Duncan on the Oddcast

Lynn Rosen on writing, editing, publishing and selling books

On this edition of the Oddcast, we chat with Lynn Rosen, who over the past 30 years is or has been an author, a journalist, a blogger, an editor, a professor, a literary agent with her own agency, a former CRM at Barnes & Noble, and now an independent bookstore owner of Open Book in Elkins Park, PA. Our heads are spinning…

Recently she ran the 3rd Annual Writers at Work Conference with Philadelphia Stories editor Christine Weiser. So, listen in and find out why she’s known as The Lady of the Fork.

Lynn Rosen on the Oddcast