Fiction Writing and Reading - Crackpot Podcast 7

Fiction Writing and Reading

   Lynn Lockhart. and James LaFond host this seventh episode of The Crackpot Podcast. Tonight they talk Fiction Writing with points of interest such as: world building as a fiction writer, English literature, end of the world literature and crackpot explanations for this insanity


     The Crackpot Podcast Features Lynn Lockhart and prolific author James LaFond.  James is a full-time writer, part-time coach and part-time wage slave with an extensive history of brain trauma. 


Crackpot Podcast 7 - Fiction Writing and Reading  - September 11, 2017

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Podcast Highlights

Website uncertainty weighing on James' mind
World building as a fiction writer
Obsessive fans of complex worlds
Moby Dick, The Pale Usher
The Worm Ouroboros, through Ch. 1
English literature
Innocence of children in English society
Greek myth and literature in the wrastling (The Worm)
Fiction reading is so stressful
Risk taking & masculinity
Some Charlottesville talk
An example of heroism in Baltimore
Impulsiveness Conan vs committee meetings
Star Trek TNG
Link to the crazies beating a statue
End of the world literature
Planet Buzzkill
Bimbos at the end of the world
Back to The Worm, with the monkey-tailed ambassador
Could we interview the Khan?
Current events -- Charlottesville
Crackpot explanation for this insanity
James Damore

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