EGC Clambake for February 1, 2007

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Here is the Bittorrent link and direct MP3 download for the EGC clambake for February 1, 2007.

This is the second of the Orycon episodes. I get right to some SF music from Sine Fiction; I play interviews with a dead ringer for Xena, Edd Vick about the Foolscap convention, Elizabeth Morgan about Seams Like Magik and Sarah Berkley about the Most Deadly Game; I play a song from the Changelings and then it’s all onions and roses.

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Dave Slusher is a blogger, podcaster, computer programmer, author, science fiction fan and father.

5 thoughts on “EGC Clambake for February 1, 2007”

  1. Woo hoo! First post! 🙂

    I am caught up with all the EGC from 2006. I wanted to say thanks for the Orycon content. I’ll get to it in the coming days.

    Xena there looks a bit like a friend of mine from my PA Ren Faire days (not the outfit, her face.) But that was more than 10 years ago. She probably doesn’t look like that anymore. So this person is more than likely not my friend.

  2. PJ, Thanks. I never got her real name so I cannot confirm or deny anything. I’m getting very little feedback about the Orycon episodes specifically, so I can’t tell if people love them, hate them, skip them or whatever. Personally, it’s some of my own favorite work I’ve ever done on this show so I’m committed to it.

  3. Dom, not that it isn’t cool but I have access to lab coats a HELL of a lot cheaper than that, so I could just embroider the pocket and wear that. Getting you to pay $50 for that does indeed imply some sort of evil genius in the mix, just not the one you are thinking of.

  4. i was finally able to listen to this yesterday – dave, the beauty of egc and why you’ve resonated w/ me (and others) for so long is the openness of the conversation lead by you and the diversity of the subject matter wrapped w/in your unique format…

    i like most of your topics & music choices, some more and some less than others i guess, which would be expected in any amalgamation of conversations – when you do add in the occasional interview, the quality is always on par w/ the rest of your conversations – you are after all an excellent interviewer…

    your interaction w/ sarah on this clambake is a perfect example, you shared the moment w/ us while still dealing w/ the impromptu issue she brought up w/ class and humanity – well done as always keep it up 🙂

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