Episode 088 – Andrew Mayne and Justin Robert Young

On January 31, 2012, in Podcast, by Patrick Hester

In episode 88 of the Functional Nerds podcast, Patrick Hester and John Anealio welcome Andrew Mayne and Justin Robert Young.

About Andrew Mayne:

Recognized as one of the most creative innovators in magic, Andrew has produced over 30 books and videos on the art of magic. His website can be found at ShockMagic.com

About Justin Robert Young:

A graduate of Syracuse University, Justin has worked at several major metropolitan daily newspapers including “The South Florida Sun-Sentinel” of Fort Lauderdale, Florida and “The Morning Call” of Allentown, Pennsylvania.

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This podcast contains original music by John Anealio.

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7 Responses to Episode 088 – Andrew Mayne and Justin Robert Young

  1. [...] Functional Nerds interviews Andrew Mayne and Justin Robert Young [...]

  2. LRHunter says:

    After listening to Myke and Peter going off about the misuse of magic in fiction, I was reminded of the following article on Holly Lisle’s site:

    http://hollylisle.com/the-rules-of-matrins-magic/

    Holly has published a bunch of novels in the traditional way (Baen, Tor, etc) and has now walked away from that headache to release her backlist to the epub world. As a reader, I’m happy, happy, happy about this because it means she’ll be writing and releasing more books! Yay! Like the sequels to HUNTING THE CORRIGAN’S BLOOD.

    Anyway, if you’re interested in a potently logical look at magic in fiction, take a gander at this stuff. Also, somewhere on that site is an article about writing allegories, and if I get the time later, I’ll look it up. But mainly, I thought that the article on magic was right down your guests’ alley.

    Now, off to pick up the next TFN show, which for some reason isn’t jumping into my iTunes the way it used to.

    Lyn

  3. Rabidbadger says:

    This was some great discussion. I’m not a writer but three family members are and two of them cannot grasp the concept of ePub for 99c-$2.99 price range. They will listen to this podcast if it kills me. Great show. I tuned in for Justin and Andrew, and I’ll tune in again for Patrick and John.

  4. An interesting interview, stuff about Patrick’s books, and “Steampunk Girl” in the end credits.
    Good stuff all around!

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