seekers2_croppedI know what you’re thinking:

“Dave, I don’t think you’ve recorded enough podcast interviews about Star Trek: Seekers. Could you post another?”

I sure can! Listen to me, Dayton Ward, Kevin Dilmore, and artist Rob Caswell discuss the new series with host Jason Hunt (aka scifi4me) of Live from the Bunker.

We taped the show on Monday, August 18; it will be available for streaming playback and download here starting tonight, Tuesday, August 19, at 11:30pm EDT.

Meanwhile, be on the lookout for STAR TREK: SEEKERS #2, Point of Divergence, by New York Times bestselling author Dayton Ward and Kevin Dilmore. It should be starting to appear in your local book retailers any day now, and its official release date for e-readers and online retailers is Tuesday, August 26!

 

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seekers1If you’ve ever thought, “I wish David Mack would participate in a live Internet radio show with a call-in option so I could bug him with an annoying question and have it and his stymied reaction recorded for posterity,” now is your chance.

I’ll be chatting =LIVE= about the new Star Trek: Seekers series with the folks at BlogTalk Radio’s Writers Alive program on Saturday, August 16, from 8pm–9pm EDT.

Point your browsers our way, and call in if you think of something sufficiently irritating to yak about.

 

Other Upcoming Podcasts

Along with my partners in literary crime Dayton Ward and Kevin Dilmore, I recorded a lengthy chat with Nick Minecci, Terry Lynn Shull, and Mike Medeiros of The G&T Show. That gabfest should be live very soon is now live at this link!

Next week, the entire Star Trek: Seekers team — Dayton, Kevin, myself, and artist Rob Caswell — are scheduled to record an interview with Jason Hunt for Live from the Bunker (another fine show on BlogTalk Radio), and I’ll be flying solo on a pre-recorded interview about the new books with Matthew Rushing and his always entertaining co-hosts at Literary Treks on Trek.fm.

As always, I’ll disseminate links to all those shows as soon as possible after they go live!

 

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Many writers who balked at writing stories for participants in this year’s GISHWHES did so because they disliked the notion of writing for free. But, I ask you, how can one put a price on a reward such as this?

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This is all the recompense I require for my efforts. :-)

It was fun, GISHERs — thanks for inviting me to play along!

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