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Could be interesting
« on: March 30, 2007, 06:45:25 PM »
Might be worth having a listen -

Jean Cavelos, director of the Odyssey Writing Workshop:

“I'm excited to announce that we're now offering free podcasts on our website
http://www.sff.net/odyssey/podcasts.html  The podcasts are excerpts from lectures given by guest writers, editors, and agents at Odyssey. Every month or two, Odyssey will release a new podcast, ten to fifteen minutes long.

“We have taped all our guest lectures since 1997, and these recordings offer a wonderful collection of insights and advice for developing writers. I wanted to offer these podcasts to provide further help to developing writers of fantasy, science fiction, and horror. I hope you'll find them helpful.

“Podcasts already on the site include excerpts from lectures by horror writer Charles L. Grant, fantasy writer Jeff VanderMeer, and former Asimov's editor Gardner Dozois.

“Future podcasts will feature lecture excerpts from Robert J. Sawyer, Melissa
Scott, Terry Bisson, and many more.

“No special hardware or software is required to access the recordings. You can download the mp3 files to your computer, subscribe using RSS, or subscribe on the iTunes page for Odyssey podcasts.”
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