Wednesday, December 23, 2009

Fictional frontiers redux

I posted a year ago about my "appearance" on Fictional Frontiers (WNJC-AM, Philadelphia), about my then newly released novel Fools' Experiments (dealing with AI, artificial life, and virtual reality, among other topics). The blog entry about that interview is here. It was my first radio interview, and I don't mind admitting I was a tad nervous.

But the conversation apparently went okay, because I was invited back to discuss this year's newly released book, Small Miracles (about near-future medical nanotech). In the intervening year, Fictional Frontiers had moved from its Sunday morning time slot to a far-more-widely-heard slot during Monday evening drive time. The new interview aired December 7th.

The latest conversation is now available as streaming audio (part 1 and part 2). If your Internet connection isn't streaming-media friendly, the interview segments can be downloaded from those pages as wma (Windows Media Player) files. 

I didn't think I was nervous about my return visit -- which shows all I know. Invited at the end of the interview to give my website URL, I managed to give it wrong! As shown elsewhere on this site, the correct link is

(Holiday) cheers, all.

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