Last weekend, I took part in a roundtable discussion with fellow New York Times bestselling authors Dayton Ward, David R. George III, and James Swallow. We yakked with host Sina Alvarado of the Ten Forward podcast about our work on the recently published five-book Star Trek literary miniseries The Fall.

We also spend more time than we probably should have discussing our preferred beverages to quaff while writing.

I have it on good authority that the highlight of our hour-long conversation is the five-minute roll of bloopers and outtakes at the end of the show, so make sure you stick around for that auditory treat.

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On Wednesday, February 26, 2014, I was part of a panel discussion and Q&A about the art and business of writing media tie-in fiction. The panel was hosted by Housing Works Books, an all-donation, volunteer-staffed, nonprofit bookstore and café whose proceeds all go to fight homelessness and AIDS.

Participating in the panel with me were fellow author extraordinaire Keith R.A. DeCandido and veteran fiction author Ginjer Buchanan. The panel was moderated by the inimitable Cici James of the Singularity & Co. bookstore in Brooklyn, NY.

For all of you who wanted to be there but couldn’t make it, or could have made it but didn’t, the fine folks at The Chronic Rift podcast have posted the unexpurgated audio of this rambling, hour-long verbal scrum.

Click here to listen to the recorded panel.

Enjoy!

 

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From the febrile imagination of my pal Dayton Ward, who clearly knows me all too well:

(With apologies to the late, great Charles M. Schulz)

 

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