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Suzanne Church
Attended University of Waterloo
Lives in Kitchener-Waterloo, Waterloo Regional Municipality, ON, Canada
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Videx - the villain in my new Hellmaw novel "Soul Larcenist"
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The second Roundtable Podcast with me as guest host...
 
This week we do a braaaaaaains-storm! :D

+Jake Bible returns as Guest Host to workshop a very cool zombie story offered up by Guest Writer +AJ Hare. +Suzanne Church is in the co-pilot chair and together we workshop the heck out of a very cool premise.

And EVERYONE on the call is an Onder Librum creative... how cool is THAT? :D

Awesomeness, laughs, and Literary Gold abound... and it's all just a mouse-click away!

http://www.roundtablepodcast.com/2015/12/workshop-episode-94-guest-host-jake-bible/
Jake Bible - author of "Reign of Four: I", "Dead Team Alpha", and so much more - returns to the Big Chair at the Roundtable to lend his brainstorming mojo (literally) to workshopping a tale of zombies as you've never. seen them before. The tale is offered up by Guest Writ
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Yes, this, all of this...
That blog title is way too long, but fuck it. A handful of weeks ago, some presumably well-meaning tickledick posted a comment here at the blog. It was a comment that I chose not to approve because...
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I'm on The Roundtable Podcast...
 
We're delighted to have +Jake Bible taking the Big Chair on today's "20 Minutes With..."

Jake is a self-professed pulp fiction writer whose literary canon spans horror, scifi, YA, middle grade, and more. He's a gifted storyteller, recently nominated for a Bram Stoker award, who exemplifies the virtues of dedication and commitment to his craft and the truth that - if you keep writing - you WILL get better.

I'm joined by +Suzanne Church (whose story collection "Elements" was recently nominated for a Prix Aurora Award) as co-host and together we indulge in 20(ish) minutes of writerly discourse with Jake, exploring his perspectives on pulp fiction, mashups, and his writing process.

Writerly goodness awaits you... just click that "PLAY" button! :D

http://www.roundtablepodcast.com/2015/12/20-minutes-with-jake-bible/
Jake Bible writes to entertain his readers. Judging by his readership and the sheer size and scope of his canon, he's damned good at it. He's written more books in the last 5 years, than many authors write in a life time (including "" and "") and exemplifies the discipl
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There's a new SF/F magazine out of the UK. No pay YET, but maybe once they gain some popularity.

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Works at The Singularity magazine. Lives in London, United Kingdom.
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Thanks to Neil M. Jackson for producing this awesome book trailer for my book - "Elements: A Collection of Speculative Fiction"
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Award-Winning author of "Elements: A Collection of Speculative Fiction"
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Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Writer.

Lover of chocolate, potato chips, and hockey.

Long-time Toronto Maple Leafs fan.
Bragging rights
Publishers Weekly starred review of ELEMENTS http://www.publishersweekly.com/978-1-77053-042-3
Education
  • University of Waterloo
    Mathematics, 1984 - 1989
  • University of Western Ontario
    Education, 1991 - 1992
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Female
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SF/F/H Author
Skills
Writing, Editing, Teaching, Public Speaking
Employment
  • Writer, present
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Kitchener-Waterloo, Waterloo Regional Municipality, ON, Canada
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