Reality Break Podcast
By Dave Slusher
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A Talk Show of Genres - Science Fiction, Fantasy, Mystery and More
||Reality Break Podcast Episode 8 – William Shunn||Our guest this episode is author William Shunn. This interview was recorded in 2007 but is newly relevant as he is once again podcasting his unpublished memoir The Accidental Terrorist. As a science fiction writer, his 2006 novella “In[...]||6/1/2009||Free||View In iTunes|
||Reality Break Podcast Episode 7 – Tobias S. Buckell||Our guest this episode is author Tobias S. Buckell. This interview was recorded at the most recent Dragon*Con in Atlanta GA. Tobias is the author of Crystal Rain, Ragamuffin and his most recent novel Sly Mongoose. He is an exemplar of the ne[...]||10/7/2008||Free||View In iTunes|
||Reality Break Podcast Episode 6 – Mur Lafferty||Our guest this episode is author and podcaster Mur Lafferty. This interview was recorded at the most recent Dragon*Con in Atlanta GA in front of a live audience. Mur is the author of the several novels that she has chosen to publish as podca[...]||9/16/2008||Free||View In iTunes|
||Reality Break Podcast Episode 5 – Bruce Sterling||Our guest this episode is author, futurist and design professor Bruce Sterling. This interview was recorded in February 1997 around the release of his novel Holy Fire. He has written ten novels, dozens of short stories, multiple books of ess[...]||9/8/2008||Free||View In iTunes|
||Reality Break Episode 4 – Kelley Eskridge||Our guest this episode is speculative fiction author Kelley Eskridge. This interview was recorded in May 2007 following the release of her short story collection Dangerous Space. She has been published in such venues as The Magazine of Fantasy[...]||7/28/2008||Free||View In iTunes|
||Reality Break Episode 3 – Robert Jordan||Our guest this episode is the late Robert Jordan. This nterview was recorded in Atlanta GA in October 1994, when he was on book tour with Lord of Chaos, the sixth Wheel of Time book. Robert Jordan was most well known for his Wheel of Time novels, bu[...]||7/13/2008||Free||View In iTunes|
||Reality Break Episode 2 – Cory Doctorow||Our guest this episode is Cory Doctorow. This is the first interview recorded for this program back when this project was first coming together. I sat down with Cory at Orycon 2006 and we discussed fandom and his upbringing in it, the intersection o[...]||6/29/2008||Free||View In iTunes|
||Reality Break Episode 1 – Will Eisner||Welcome to the first episode of Reality Break! In order to make this a special one, our premier interview is with a giant in the field of graphic literature who sadly is no longer with us. In 1998 I interviewed Will Eisner on his then current graphi[...]||6/19/2008||Free||View In iTunes|
||Episode 0 – The Introduction||This is a brief introductory episode to explain what the program is about, the history of Reality Break as both a radio show and a podcast, and what to expect from upcoming shows. Thanks for checking it out. No related posts. No related posts.||5/27/2008||Free||View In iTunes|
||Reality Break Promo||Here is a promo about the new program with the theme music and full production. It is reasonably short at 1:07 and anyone that wants to play it in their show is certainly welcome to. This promo as a whole is licensed Creative Commons. You are, of co[...]||1/17/2008||Free||View In iTunes|
Excellent interview show
I don't like most interviews. I find them to be too self-serving and more than a little boring. I find the interviews on this show to be top notch. Not only do they keep me engaged and interested but for the first time in my life I find myself thinking "I wish that was longer." Unlike most podcasters who do interviews, you can tell that the host Dave Slusher has done the interview thing a time or two. He is able to get a conversation out of the interviewee instead of letting the time turn into the equivalent of a spoken press release. Even if you aren't very interested in interviews or the interviewee, the interviewer does an excellent job of keeping you interested in the conversation itself. I highly recommend this pocast.
Love the music, great content
I enjoy the content of this podcast, Dave is "recycling" old interviews and adding new, so I'm listening to people I might never have heard otherwise. Keep 'em coming, Dave! The music is catchy to the point of being an earworm, but who can resist that guitar?