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Thursday, September 25, 2014

33: Getting The Details Right with Eric James Stone

Nebula Award winner and Hugo Award nominated author Eric James Stone was our guest tonight to discuss what elements make up a "Hard" Science Fiction story or novel. Eric also shared with us elements aspiring authors must include if they want to write a credible hard SF story and errors he has seen as an assistant editor of Orson Scott Card's Intergalactic Medicine Show that would cause an editor not to consider an author's story for publication. For all of these topics and more from Eric James Stone, press "Play" below:
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Eric James Stone's Website: http://www.ericjamesstone.com/blog/home/ Find Eric James Stone's stories on Daily Science Fiction

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