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Podcast Eps 1-15 (2014)
In the process of proofreading The Thirteenth Hour, I read it out loud and recorded it. Though it differs from the final version given that it was an earlier draft, episodes 1-15 are essentially the book in serialized, audiobook form. Episodes are around 60 minutes in length.
Podcast Eps. 16 onward! (2015-present)
About a year after doing the original 15 episodes, I restarted the podcast in a more traditional form with the intention of talking conversationally about things related to The Thirteenth Hour books: e.g. literature, films, music, art, games, martial arts, gymnastics, and archery – all things that influence my creative process. Since then, the show has evolved into an not only way to showcase works in progress and 80s retro topics but one that has provided a way to connect with likeminded souls.
Podcast Exclusives with Video
These podcasts were originally recorded to thank supporters of charity auctions for toys and other sculptures. Previews of these episodes are available on the main Thirteenth Hour podcast feed, but to access to full conversations, you can unlock them by answering a few questions about the guests. All open book, try as often as you like! There are four questions for each guest, so put your answers together, all lowercase, no spaces, in ascending order, and that will be your password to access the episode, which are often annotated with video and/or pictures to go along with the audio.
1.) A Conversation with Catherine Mary Stewart about Night of the Comet (click on the link to access the quiz):
2.) A Conversation with Billy Campbell on The Rocketeer (click on the link to access the quiz):