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December 14, 2010 § Leave a comment
We have so much fun making this podcast that we thought it might be fun to start up another one. Technically it was our friend Kelly’s idea, and we’ve got some helping hands from some very smart, very talented people. Starting with Kelly.
So, here’s the pitch:
Fuzzy Typewriter Presents The Deceptionists: Truth through Fiction! This here’s a special teaser of the all new podcast from Paul Montgomery, David Accampo, Kelly Stephenson, Jim Mroczkowski and Caroline Pruett. The Deceptionists: Truth through Fiction is a bi-monthly (that’s twice a month, not six times a year) podcast dedicated to the craft and process of making things up.
In this pilot episode, we introduce ourselves, talk about why we write, and ask if we’d keep on putting ourselves through this if we were told flat-out we’d never, ever be published.
If you like it, consider subscribing to The Deceptionists’ official podcast feed where we’ll be tackling more big questions in the realm of fiction writing. If that’s not your bag, Fuzzy Typewriter Original Recipe isn’t going anywhere. We’ll be back with more discussions and reviews of movies, TV, comics and more real soon. But seriously, if you like this nonsense, you’ll probably dig The Deceptionists too.
For more information, visit thedeceptionists.org or search for “The Deceptionists” in iTunes (just give us a few days to get all patted-down and deloused by the iTunes inspection committee.)
November 10, 2010 § Leave a comment
Zombie. Zombie. Zombie. Zombie. Goose!
October 28, 2010 § Leave a comment
Cameron Rice joins Paul and David to discuss LET ME IN, the English language remake of Sweden’s LET THE RIGHT ONE IN. But that’s not the end of this Halloween spooktakular! We’ve got plenty more vampire fun to sink your teeth into. Featuring music from Ladyhawke.
October 21, 2010 § 2 Comments
“Who is Don Draper?” Join Paul and David for an in-depth discussion of MAD MEN season 4! Plus, a few thoughts on AMC’s next series THE WALKING DEAD! Featuring music from David Carbonara’s television score.
September 24, 2010 § Leave a comment