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Dead Robots' Society
Writers on writing. The Dead Robots' Society, a gathering of aspiring writers podcasting to other aspiring writers, hoping to help each other along the way to the promised land of publication.
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April 2011 Episodes:
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  • Pub Date: Apr 27, 2011
  • DRS Episode 173 - Stories So Good You Can't Tell Just One
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  • This week the Dead Robots settle in and discuss the topic of one-off stories versus series writing. Does every story need more than one book to tell it? How do you setup follow-ups? What should you avoid? Join us and tell us what you think. Enjoy.
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  • Pub Date: Apr 20, 2011
  • DRS Episode 172 - Going To The Goblin Market With Jennifer Melzer
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  • This week the Robots were supposed to brainstorm a book with one of our old co-hosts, but he couldn't make it, so Jennifer Melzer was kind enough to step up and help us make a new episode out of it. We discuss her writings and self-publishing. Enjoy.
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  • Pub Date: Apr 13, 2011
  • DRS Episode 171 - Mur Lafferty Kickstarts The Afterlife
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  • This week the Robots settle in and talk with podcaster and author Mur Lafferty about her Afterlife series and the Kickstarter effort to publish it. Along the way we also talk about professionalism, private and public lives, and Mur avoiding fights. Enjoy!
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  • Pub Date: Apr 06, 2011
  • DRS Episode 170 - On Differing Points Of View
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  • This week the Robots read an email that asks us our opinion about points of view and how to handle them while writing. We also give our review of "I Am Not A Serial Killer" by Dan Wells. We hope you enjoy.