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January 23, 2006

DragonPage Podcast Interview

For those of you who still haven't heard what I sound like, I'm interviewed this week by Michael and Evo of DragonPage, on their weekly podcast. We're discussing The Ghost Brigades, short stories and Internet stuff, and the other usual nonsense I blather on about. I show up around 7 minutes and 30 seconds in.

Posted by john at January 23, 2006 08:09 PM

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Michelle | January 24, 2006 09:03 AM

I just had to post and let you know that I am now reading Old Man's War and I LOVE IT. Excellent story. I haven't picked up anything in the sci-fic genre in awhile and am really pleased that I found ya. Keep up the excellent writing.

John Scalzi | January 24, 2006 09:38 AM

Thanks! Glad you're liking it!

DaveC | January 24, 2006 03:17 PM

Just listened to the podcast today. It was great and makes me want to read the books even more. Maybe one day I'll actually find them in Borders.

BTW, you sound nothing like I thought you would. Not that means anything. :)

Keep up the great work!

John Scalzi | January 24, 2006 04:09 PM

Yeah, I apparently never sound like what people expect me to sound like. I wonder what people expect me to sound like. I suspect my voice is higher than people expect.

DaveC | January 25, 2006 02:59 PM

I can understand that. I'm not sure why I expect you to sound any particular way. Maybe I was expecting a cross between Grover & Oscar the Grouch. ;)

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