EGC Clambake for November 30, 2006

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This is the first of the Orycon episodes. I tell a little about my background with the convention; I play some Xmas Solstice music from the HP Lovecraft Historical Society; I play interviews with James Fiscus about the Endeavour Award, Vincent Vaughn about the Greater Portland Costuming Society and Conrad Larsen about bookselling; I play a song from the Xenozoic Tales CD and then it’s off to the dead dog party.

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4 thoughts on “EGC Clambake for November 30, 2006”

  1. Derek says:

    I’m a little behind on my listening, but I wanted to let you know that I really enjoyed the interviews that you had on this episode. Usually when interviews are done, they are done with the express intent of hyping something. Since the ones on this show were done pretty much at random, you could tell that the speakers were speaking from a point of passion instead of just hucksterism.

  2. Just listened to your interview with me while I was at our fan table at Orycon.

    I forwarded the link to our yahoo groups so they can listen as well.

    I consider myself fortunate that I was able to represent the Greater Portland Area Costumers Guild so well.

    Vincent P. Vaughn
    the Greater Portland Area Costumers Guild

  3. dave says:

    Vincent, I was glad to do it. You were great. Those style of interviews are opposite of how I usually do it with highly prepared in depth conversations, so it is fun to go the opposite and feel my way as I go. You were a blast to talk to!

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