Sci-Fi Saturday Night

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Sci Fi Saturday Night, the Podcast is the web version of the popular New Hampshire based radio show. Our hosts, The Dome, Kriana, and Zombrarian discuss science fiction, science fact, fantasy and whatever else we think is cool, in between celebrity interviews.

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2019-09-15 03:50
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2019-09-14 22:00
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Date Thumb Title & Description Contributors
14.09.2019

TalkCast 423 – Jane Lindskold & Scot Noel

In this episode we get another look behind the curtain of Dreamforge – A Magazine of Science and Fantasy Fiction. Once again wed get to speak with Scott Noel about how this project has evolved as Issue #3 comes out this month and work begins on Issue 4...
7.09.2019

TalkCast 422 – A Very Merry Granite-Con Preview & Richard Paolinelli

In this episode we get a chance to have a quick conversation with Chris Proulx, mastermind extraordinaire behind Granite State Comic Con. With less than a week to go, he took a few moments from his busy schedule to sit down with us at Double Midnight C...
17.08.2019

TalkCast 421 – CalmPassion

In part one of this episode we get to speak with Adam Wilson who runs an organization aptly  called Calm Passion. The purpose of CalmPassion is to allow helps make events sensory friendly to support Autism and Neurodiverse families. I got the chance to...
3.08.2019

TalkCast 420 – (insert Joke here)

My real purpose of going to conventions is networking (actually, the real REAL purpose is to find cool stuff to buy but more about that another time). Plastic City Comic Con is one of those one day Micro-Cons where networking is easy, fun and enjoyable...
27.07.2019

TalkCast 419 – Hey Everybody , It’s a Clip Show!!

  Welcomed to TalkCast 410. This episode is a “clip show“. What, you may ask, is a “clip show“? Well, to put it in non-podcasters terms, a “clip show” is a show with a bunch of clips, in this case audio, that we haven’t used before (seems kind of obvio...
11.07.2019

TalkCast 418 – What to do in Fitchburg at A Convention with Karen

  In this episode we get to visit with one of the shows oldest friends, artist, writer and astonishing creative talent Karen Gosselin. We get to talk with her about her second year attending the Illustrators Master Class. Based on her description of th...
7.07.2019

TalkCast 417 – Joseph Paradis Invents New Worlds

When you go to Author Expo’s or conventions you can meet tons of diverse people and if you’re foolish enough to “judge a book by its cover” or in this case “an author by his looks”, you may sometimes ‘have gravely misjudged the situation’. Meet Joseph ...
9.06.2019

TalkCast 415 – The Magnum Opus of Artemis Crow

In this episode we get to talk with writer Artemis Crow about the beginning or her grand adventure omnibus of novels ‘The Zodiac Assassins’. This series of books will encompass 12 novels and 12 novellas in a sweeping arc of the universe that has a worl...
26.05.2019

TalkCast 414 – It’s All About The Sauce

  When you play “Three Of These Things Belong Together”, there is an obvious forth that doesn’t belong. So, if I were to list:  Horror Writer, Stainless Steel Design and Fabrication, Self Help Writer and Hot Sauce Inventor they would All apply to our g...
12.05.2019

TalkCast 413 – Just Another Day in Plastic City

Our guest is Keith Gleason, a man with many hats. Keith is the driving force behind Plastic City Comic Con, a one-day micro-con with delusions of huge (Dome, please see the editor about this sentence). He also runs Reckless Sidekick Productions and is ...
28.04.2019

TalkCast 412 – Two Five Timers Enter The Podcast…

The original name for this show was “It’s Wrestlemania at the North Pole, Free Comic Book Day AND GraniteCon 2019 Preview” but it was too long. Our first guest is Chris Proulx, owner of Double Midnight Comics, the comic store voted “Best Of New Hampshi...
14.04.2019

TalkCast 411 – Jeff Deck Ports In Again

On this edition of Sci Fi Saturday Night, the author of ‘The Shadow Over Portsmouth’ series Jeff Deck returns to talk about book two City Of Games. We got to talk about a ton of different things about the new book, the overall series and his consumptio...
31.03.2019

TalkCast 409 – Rich “Johnny Raygun” Woodall

For as long as I can remember, Rich Woodall has been an important and interesting  part of the comic community in New England and a good friend. From our first visits to the former Boston Comic Con and Granite Con, Rich was always there with fresh visi...
17.03.2019

TalkCast 408 – A Series Of Fortunate Events or Alvin Baylor Lives!

This episode is actually two stories in one. One is the obvious part. Alvin Baylor Lives! is a fascinating well-constructed Sci Fi novel/audio book set in the far future with McGuffin after McGuffin to keep the reader/listener enthralled. One the one h...
3.03.2019

TalkCast 407 – The The Philip K Dick Film Festival 2019

In this edition, we talk with friend of the show, Daniel Abella, the force behind The Philip K Dick Film Festival. This year is a hybrid affair with sessions on both coasts. New York Showings: Thursday, March 7th.  at The Museum Of The Moving Image Sat...
9.02.2019

TalkCast 406 – Scot Noel & Dreamforge

On this edition of Sci Fi Saturday Night we go old school and talk about a new print magazine. To be fair, Dreamforge is much much more than just a print magazine. It is in fact a print,/digital hybrid quarterly event of Science Fiction with its own vo...
3.02.2019

TalkCast 405 – Who Knew It Was Shakespeare Season Again?

In this episode we speak again with multi-talented Nick Shakespeare about what’s he’s currently working on, what his new projects are, the state of his current projects. Nick gets to talk about the current state of his personal project The Sirens Song ...
19.01.2019

TalkCast 404 – Scott Wauchope and The Doctor

Welcome to a new season of Sci Fi Saturday Night, whatever that means. As part of our renewed pledge to only talk about stuff we like, in this episode we are pleased to introduce our vast listening audience, the marvelous mind and talents of Scott Wauc...
15.12.2018

TalkCast 203 – A Brief Introduction to the World of Eric Radvon

When I go to a convention there is no real idea of who I might meet. It might be someone from my other work in such outrageously inventive cosplay you don’t even recognize them, it might be a long-lost friend from school days past who is now an artisan...
8.12.2018

TalkCast 402 – The Girl With The Blue Hair

As has been mentioned over and over, one of the best things about setting up at conventions is not only the chance to talk to our fans and listeners but also to meet old friend as well as new talented people. Terry Thomas, from Keene Comic Con came by ...
2.12.2018

TalkCast 401 – The Totally Odd World of Noah Whippie

One of the best parts of conventioning is getting to see and meet new and emerging talents, Not just artists and writers but also artisans. Every one in a blue moon you meet all three in one. At the first Keene Comic Con I had the chance to meet Noah W...
10.11.2018

TalkCast 400 – Steve Lomer & Typo Squad The Movie

On this episode we get the opportunity to talk with Stephen Lomer as he attempts to make his wonderful book Typo Squad into a short film. Steve has an interesting literary career, beginning as an editor and copywriter and transforming to a genuinely fu...
4.11.2018

TalkCast 399 – Meet Charleigh Brennan

It’s kind of rare to be introduced to an up and coming author of whom cool and great things can be expected. In this edition, the listeners get such a chance. A month or so back, at Vermont Comic Con, we had a chance meeting with a new young writer at ...
28.10.2018

TalkCast 398 – The Joy Cat Club

  Kristi McDowell of Gamer Girl and Vixen joins us. In 2013, she co-founded Eden Park Tales with Jay Moores to publish her own comic, A Planet’s Cry and she was one of the authors in the first edition of My Peculiar Family In 2014, she co-founded Joy C...
14.10.2018

TalkCast 397 – Keene Comic Con, Sophomore Year Preview

In this episode we talk with Terry Thomas, the force behind Keene Comic Con, in anticipation of their second year. It will be Saturday, October 20 from 9:00 to 5:30. Admission is $ 10.00 and kids 10 and under are free when accompanied by an adult. It w...
30.09.2018

TalkCast 396 – On Panels with Spence

In this podcast we get to spend time with Laura Nicole “Spence” Spencer. I had the extreme good fortune to meet Spence when we were both on a panel at Granite Con this year.  She is the epitome of an all around person: Voice Actor, Entrepreneur, Fan Gi...
23.09.2018

TalkCast 395 – Chris and Alan Hebert Talk Team Synergy

  We talk with the newest inductees into the Sci Fi Saturday Night Five Timers Club, Alan and Chris Hebert. SFSN spent much time at Vermont Comic Con with our friends from HB Comics. They join the show to talk about the state of the independent comic c...
16.09.2018

TalkCast 394 – Jeff Deck, The Ghost Author

In this episode we are joined by author Jeff Deck to talk about his newest series City of Ports – The Shadow over Portsmouth (Book One) We got the chance to task with Jeff about the setting, Portsmouth, NH, the development of the characters, the use of...
8.09.2018

TalkCast 393 – Yes Virginia, Vermont Has a Comic Convention (and has for a few years now)

And joining the show to talk about it are Jason and Natasha Moulton. First the bullet points: The con runs September 15 & 16 at the Barre Civic Center. The venue has wifi and tons of parking. Ticket prices are quite reasonable. There are also VIP P...
1.09.2018

TalkCast 392 – GraniteCon 2018 Preview

Joining the podcast for this episode is Chris Proulx, Owner of Double Midnight Comics (with locations in Manchester and Concord New Hampshire) and one of the main men behind the scenes of Double Midnight Productions and The Granite State Comicon being ...
25.08.2018

TalkCast 391 – The Dread Whimsy of Rob Smales

This episode brings us Five Timers Club member Rob Smales who converses with us about a swarm of horrifying items. Rob got to talk about his involvement in My Peculiar Family 2 as an author and as an editor. We got a rare glimpse of that the role of a ...
18.08.2018

TalkCast 390 – V.S. Holmes and Nel Bently

Our guest in this episode is returning author V.S. Holmes here to talk about some new interconnected projects of hers at Amphibian Press. First is her inclusion in a Science fiction short story anthology ‘Beamed Up.’ Joining with fellow “Amphibian” wri...
12.08.2018

TalkCast 389 – Yet Another Peculiar August Show

In this episode we are joined by author Vlad Vaslyn and artist, writer and coloratura soprano Karen Gosselin to talk about their contributions to My Peculiar Family 2, currently on Kickstarter. Karen gets the chance to talk about how she has been with ...
5.08.2018

TalkCast 388 – Dale T. Phillips, Throg and A Peculiar Update

  In this podcast, Dale Phillips, who certainly has some stuff to talk about, joins us once again. We get a chance to talk about his newest works as well as his time as a student when Stephen King was his teacher, his time as a mall Santa, his upcoming...
28.07.2018

TalkCast 387 – David Dewane from Mouse Book Club

  In a wide-ranging conversation we spoke with David Dewane. He is an architect, entrepreneur, publisher, journalist, and educator. He is also the co-founder and president of Mouse Books. We talked about the concept of publishing in an electronic world...
15.07.2018

TalkCast 386 – Skies Over Superior

A few months back, friend of SFSN Josh Dahl and I spoke at Plastic City Comic Con and he was super psyched to show me his newest comic collaboration, “Skies Over Superior”, a story about Merilee Fite, a young girl facing ghosts and monsters on the icy ...
24.06.2018

TalkCast 385 – The Dystopian Worlds of Mike French

On this episode, we are joined by multi faceted human Mike French who comes by to talk with us about book two in his series dealing with the coming devaluation of humans ‘Fictional Alignment’. While this is the second book in the series, it does functi...
16.06.2018

TalkCast 384 – The Wide Ranging Worlds Of Cameron J. Quinn

In this edition, we get a chance to talk again with Cameron J. Quinn, Author, Publisher, Entrepreneur from Amphibian Press. Ostensibly, Cameron is here to talk about her story In Amphibians’ newest anthology, Beamed Up (faithful listeners of the podcas...
10.06.2018

TalkCast 383 – The Return of Ariele Sieling

This TalkCast is a case study in what happens when one of our favorite writers asks to come on the show to talk about her newest stuff and you’re expecting really nice fantasy with inventive quirky universes and instead get a review copy for a post apo...
3.06.2018

TalkCast 382 – The DeRaville Sisters

In this episode we talk with the Ayesha DeRaville and her twin sister and collaborator Sonise Lumbaca about their  most recent re-collaboration, Space Aliens, Bad Mothers and Guns: Volume 2. These sisters are articulate, intelligent talented writers an...
13.05.2018

TalkCast 381 – The HSPPA

This episode is all about how a hobby becomes an obsession and morphs into, of all things, a museum. Our guest for this episode is James Azrael of The HSPPA (Horror & Science Fiction Prop Preservation Association). Musician/producer/actor James lea...
6.05.2018

TalkCast 380 = The Fate of the Jewish Super Villain

Continuing with our on again off again theme, what’s so funny about science fiction, on this episode our guest is C.T. Phipps, author of, among many other things, The Rules of Supervillainy series that features the unlikely anti-hero Gary Karkofsky. Th...
21.04.2018

TalkCast 379 – The Wit and Wisdom of Alexander Jablokov

  In this episode we spend time talking with science futurist and science fiction writer Alex Jablokov. We spent the show talking about various facets of his life; how and why he found his love for science fiction, when he began writing, why he stopped...
7.04.2018

TalkCast 378 – The Atomic Frenchie

  It is yet another two-guest show for us.  Our first guest is Jason Brodnick. Jason is the force behind the Little Giant Comics OLD SCHOOL COMIC SHOW being held on April 28th.  in Concord New Hampshire. Jason talked with us about the reasons behind an...
31.03.2018

TalkCast 377 – (Insert Snappy Title Here)

It’s another two-guest episode. An actress, a show runner, a voice actor and a comic book writer all walk into a podcast. Well tonight that’s one person, the multi talented writer of Darby Pop Publishing’s Bruce Lee comic, Nicole Dubuc. We get a chance...
24.03.2018

TalkCast 376 – How Things Work in My Peculiar Family

In this episode we have a discussion with three people with unique responsibilities in the production of My Peculiar Family II: Co-Editor Stacey Longo, Co-Editor and Story Contributor Rob Smales, And Cover Illustrator and Artist Karen Gosselin. Each ta...
11.03.2018

TalCast 375 – Vampire Accountancy

Have you ever read a book and said to yourself, “Self, I would love to talk to the guy who wrote this stuff.” Well, in this episode I get that chance. I first found a copy of The Utterly Uninteresting and Unadventurous Tales of Fred, the Vampire Accoun...
4.03.2018

TalkCast 374 – Keith Gleason in Plastic City

In this episode we are joined by Keith Gleason to talk about Plastic City Comic Con 2018. It’s being held at the Wallace Civic Center in Fitchburg Ma. again this year on Saturday April 21st from10am to 6pm. One of the best of the new breed of Micro-Con...
21.02.2018

TalkCast 373 – The Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival 2018

It all started with a book. For our guest, in 2012, the book was Valis. The author of the book was Philip Kindred Dick. Our guest on this episode is the mind behind The Philip K. Dick Science Fiction Film Festival in New York City, Dan Abella. We got t...
18.02.2018

TalkCast 372 – Rick and Julia and Mad Max

Our guests for this episode are Rick and Julia Ingham creators of the Mad Max Minute Podcast.  This is a podcast dedicated to watching every Mad Max movie one minute at a time and dissecting it in excruciating detail. We get some history on this genre,...