This is a monumental episode.  Jam packed with important discussion about the recent announcement from J.C. Hutchins, that he is quitting the podcast fiction game.  What does it all mean to us?  What do responses from people such as Matt Wallace suggest about our culpability in St. Martin’s Press dropping the 7th Son sequels?  Also, food for thought from Chuck Wendig about how a Podcast Novelist (or other creative person) can move forward from this.  Finally, examining Scott Sigler‘s words about how to make it work.  After all, he’s the guy who did it.

Promo: Tuning In To Sci Fi TV

J.C. Hutchins’ Announcement: http://jchutchins.net/site/2010/02/24/an-update-on-the-7th-son-sequels-2010-and-my-creative-plans

Chuck Wendig: http://terribleminds.com/ramble/2010/02/26/writers-down-but-not-out

Matt Wallace: http://www.matt-wallace.com/07-2009/pages/blog/02-26-10.htm

Mark Dykeman: http://broadcasting-brain.com/2010/02/27/free-modelwriting-publishing-struggles-challenges

Mitch Joel interviews J.C.: http://www.twistimage.com/blog/archives/a-marketing-thriller