Wednesday, July 16, 2014

The Cromcast - Bonus Episode: Interview with publisher and author Jason Sizemore


Hello Cromrades! This week we are joined by our friend Jason Sizemore, author of the short story collection Irredeemable, and owner of the excellent sci-fi and fantasy publishing house Apex Publications! Get ready for some insight into small press, submitting short stories, and the weirdest story submission Jason has ever seen. It's a good episode folks, and we hope you enjoy getting to know Mr. Sizemore.

Some links:

Jason's blog: A Writer's Vanity

Jason's book Irredeemable on Amazon

Website for Apex Magazine

Justin Stewart's website

Steel yourselves, for next time we join Dark Agnes in a journey of awakening and self discovery. Sword Woman - NEXT on The Cromcast!

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2 comments:

  1. You've given me plenty to research into here. Might give the first Wheel of Time audiobook a whirl... all 29 hours of it. Eek! Shall be checking out Apex Magazine. Thanks for a great episode!

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  2. Hello, I just listened to this episode in which you spoke at some length about Robert Jordan and the Wheel of Time series. Since you did not mention it... you may not be aware that before Robert Jordan wrote the Wheel of Time, he wrote Conan stories! Pretty good ones too. In my opinion only Robert Jordan and possibly Timothy Zahn rival REH at spinning a Conan tale. Keep up the good work on the podcasts.

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