17/10/2003. Contributed by Jessica Martin
This week's Sci-Fi Overdrive radio program has a bit of a fantasy theme (with some horror thrown in for good measure).
Well, here at the 'Nest we've just got our hands on this week's schedule for the Sci-Fi Overdrive radio program (to be broadcast Monday 20th October 2003).
Hour One (2.00am ET)
Sci-fi news and commentary, including the Weekly World News world news of the week with hosts Joey Donovan, David Durica, Erich Landstrom, and Lauren Urban.
Hour Two (3.00am ET)
Interview with Anne-Marie Mackay. The Magus Card Deck is a card game composed of 54 cards bearing original artwork by Anne-Marie Mackay.
Players ask The Magus Card Deck a question of self-discovery, whether it be about relationships, career, health or personal goals. The player then draws three cards representing the Issue, Solution and predicted Outcome. The game includes a book of Revelations to provide players with necessary information and background on the cards they have drawn.
Interview with Keith R.A. DeCandido. As a writer, Keith has had several novels, short stories, comic books, and nonfiction works published, most in the realm of media tie-ins.
In 2004, Keith's first original novel, Dragon Precinct, will be published by Pocket Books.
Hour Three (4.00am ET)
Interview with Brad King, co-author of "Dungeons & Dreamers: The Rise of Computer Gaming Culture From Geek to Chic," which as the title suggests is a chronicle of the rise of the computer gaming culture from the early seventies through the present.
King is an instructor of new media journalism at the University of Texas at Austin. King also co-hosted an hour-long, weekly streaming radio show called Speculations which drew 10,000 listeners.
Hour Four (5.00am ET)
Interview with Scott Nicholson, author of the Appalachian Gothic thrillers "The Harvest" and "The Red Church." Nicholson is a journalist and former radio announcer, living in the mountains of North Carolina.
Interview with Ann Morris of NecronomiCon. Necronomicon is Central Florida's oldest general interest sci-fi/fantasy horror convention.
To hook onto Sci-Fi Overdrive's audio steam, visit our radio-hurling chums over at: www.scifioverdrive.com
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