Wednesday, April 8, 2009
Podcast Interview with JC Hutchins
It's good to know people.
I was lucky enough to know sci-fi author JC Hutchins when we were journalism students at Western Kentucky University. I worked with him at the College Heights Herald and he became the best sort of friend I could ask for... the kind that always listens, understands your pop culture references and doesn't make fun of you for drinking Zima.
Over the last few years, I have watched in awe as his 7th Son podcast has grown into an internet phenomenon with legions of followers (Hello, loyal clone army.) I am so very proud of him and to be able to say, "I knew him when."
JC was kind enough to interview me for his inaugural episode of "Hey Everbody," an off-shoot of his regular "broadcasts." The conversation was part walk down memory lane, part interview, all fun.
Hear it RIGHT HERE
And if you want an interactive reading experience that will scare the absolute crap out of you, order JC's new novel Personal Effects: Dark Art, due out in June.
Seriously, the commercial left me cowering on the floor in the fetal position. Hutch brings the scary. Order it now!
And while we're on the subject:
The video blurb from Victor Miller for Personal Effects can be found here on YouTube.
The link to the "novel meets Alternate Reality Game" Personal Effects: Dark Art can be found here
The link to the fan-fueled "Commit Yourself To The Brink" promotion (where fans can get "committed" in PE's insane asylum and receive patient paperwork can be found here
The link to more "vlurb" trailers, featuring horror icons endorsing Personal Effects can be found here