Writers on writing. The Dead Robots' Society, a gathering of writers podcasting to other aspiring writers, hoping to help each other along the way to the promised land of publication.
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Nenalynn
Apr 10 '19
Rating:   10
You’ve got to like Squirrels and Tangents

Dead Robot’s Society is my go to writer’s podcast for pearls of wisdom and some seriously funny entertainment. With Terry’s squirrel brain and Paul’s tangents it keeps my attention from beginning to end. If you don’t like unprofessional humor, swear words and the occasional jabs at each other this isn’t the podcast for you. Find a more clean cut professional podcast. But for me this is absolutely awesome. When I am up at 5:30 in the morning getting ready for work these two goofballs help put me in a good mode and get me ready to face the day. Hands down entertaining and informative.

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Thundergreek
Mar 12 '19
Rating:   2
Too much chit chat

Seriously this podcast has some interesting titles for the podcasts, things I’d actually like to hear and learn about, but this whole thing could be reduced to a good 20min per podcast instead of this bloated nonsense full of chitchat and unnecessary insults hurled at each other.

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OoiiiiiiioO (Joe)
Nov 27 '18
Rating:   10
Pretty good stuff!

Great show guys. I Found you a few weeks ago, and have been listening to back episodes as I can. I'm an aspiring writer, especially writing Fantasy RPG content. I just finished your epsidoe 520 - Find the Topic. You discussed that Star Trek is not military science fiction. Based off of your stand point, I do agree that it is a Science Fiction with some Military Science Fiction elements. The Dominion War in Deep Space Nine for example. In DS9 it felt more military sci fi than the rest of the series did. What are your thoughts about Babylon 5 being another form of Military Science Fiction?Good luck with NaNoWriMo! looking forward to hearing more episodes.

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Shannon 1978
Jun 9 '18
Rating:   10
One of my favs!

Sure, the guys ramble sometimes, and Paul can’t stop talking about himself, but I love the kernels of wisdom I’ve picked up from this show. I’ve been listening for years, following the hosts’ ups and downs, and I can’t wait for each new show to drop!

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Jonathan Yandell
Jan 31 '18
Rating:   2
Sloppy Podcast

I tried to enjoy it, but couldn’t due to sloppiness. Audio quality is unprofessional, and the content is dull. Don’t waste your time.

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travishall456
May 10 '17
Rating:   10
Fantastic show

If you want to know the nitty gritty about self publishing, this is the podcast for you.

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Roland Denzel
Sep 13 '16
Rating:   10
follow along...

This is the journey of sci-fi authors as they build, develop, and fine turn their writing careers. Interviews, guests, book reviews, and writing tips from the real life, hard working pros. "What could go wrong?" - Terry Mixon

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Oneadem
Dec 5 '15
Rating:   10
Makes my Commute!

The gang at Dead Robots provide information on craft and strategy with a humorous touch that sets them above the rest. My only complaint is I can't listen 24/7.

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rixhawz
Oct 31 '15
Rating:   10
Enjoyable banter and insight on the craft of story

Thank you guys for this. You all have other things to do and you give back to the beginning community of writers, sharing your experience and perspective. New episodes are a welcome site in the rotation of podcasts that fill my commute.

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nondualism
Apr 17 '15
Rating:   10
Helping correct the 'marketing to craft' ratio on the writer's podcast scene!

Looking for podcasts about writing, it's disheartening to see just how much of it is about marketing, platforming, and brand. It's not that those aren't important topics, but DRS has a lot of loosely related information, inspiration, and snark about the task of writing fiction.This podcast is about how to fit the actual writing into your life as well as how to transcend the terror of the blank page. It's invaluable, especially if you write in the genres in which the podcast authors toil.

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