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"eva fonda" Discussed on 1150 AM KKNW
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"eva fonda" Discussed on The Worldshapers
"Welcome to another episode of the world. Shapers podcast right talk to other science fiction and fantasy authors about their creative process. This is the last of the special kickstarter month podcasts. On February twenty eighth I launched a kickstarter funded Anthology called shapers of worlds which will feature authors from the first years podcasts and I was very very pleased with the the number of authors who were able to agree to contribute that either with original fiction or with reprints. And I'm very happy to say that As of today as I'm recording this on March twenty eighth that shapers of world's has fully funded and we're now into the stretch goals of section of it and the stretch goals are simple for every fifteen hundred dollars. I get above the thirteen thousand five hundred Canadian. That's already been pledged. I will pay the authors and other sent word so on the original fiction side. I Have Tan Yohaf Sean. Maguire David Weber L. E. Modest Junior John C. Right Shelly Edina Dave Butler. Dj Butler Christopher Rocky. Oh O N me and other reprint side. There's John scowls e Joe Haldeman David Brin Judy Eva Fonda Gareth l Powell doctor Charles e Gannon Derek coon skin and Thoreau dire so look for original fiction from the ones I mentioned and reprints for the others. That will all be coming out. I hope around August is what I'm waiting for the second year anniversary of the world shapers podcast. Even though we are fully funded. The kickstarter continues until noon central standard. Time more mountain daylight time. So Scotch doesn't change. It's always a little confusing this time of year on Monday march thirtieth. So there's still lots of time if you're hearing this before then to get in and there are some great backers rewards like first readership from David Weber N- opportunity to have your name used as a character in stories There's all sorts of great Great rewards there a lot of extra books and things like that as well so please check out the kickstarter. At tiny you are L. Dot com slash shapers of worlds. And we'll see how high we can go and how about you extra money. I can pay the authors who so generously offered to write or contributed a story to the shapers of worlds anthology which I should also mention. We'll be published by shadow. Pop press switches. My Little Publishing Company shot oppresses named after our cat. Case you're wondering and you can find it at a shadow press dot Com all right. Well let's get onto this episode's guest high renaming I rename. It is the proprietor of the alternate reality New Service which ends reporters into other universes and has the report on what they find there. There are eleven books in that series the most recent which is the omnibus volume ideo autocracy for dummies. He is also the author of six novels and the multi-diverse series published by elsewhere press. The latest has good intentions multi-diverse refugees trilogy first Pie in the face. We'll be talking about The multiversity series of particular In his spare time IRA is the editor of Amazing Stories magazine. Yes that amazing stories magazine. The very first ones founded by Fuego. Gerns back a very long time ago in other lives. Ira has been a writer performer. In radio sketch comedy groups and created several as yet on produced television series he has a PhD communications from McGill University and topped part time for five years in the new media program at Sindh University. So I guess I'll say do I have to call you doctor? Can I just call Your IRA You can just call me I rhyme. I'm not really keen on the honorific. Ira welcome to the world. Shapers pleasure being here and now we've run into each other over the years of few times and I particularly I think our energy about four times when you were handing out two copies of amazing at The Hugo's a couple years ago so So we're both back in the Canadian science fiction circles. So that's a fairly small group of people to a wonderful group of people though I have made so many friends in the Canadian science fiction community. It's it's since I started going to conventions about ten years ago and it was one of the most pleasant Surprises for me to really be welcomed in this community. We're a welcoming bunch. So let's take you back into the mists of time as I always say to to people and How did you well first of all? Where did you grow up and all that sort of thing? But then how did you become interested in science fiction and fantasy and Both as a reader and then as a writer Well so I'm Toronto. Born and bred I started right. Devoted decided to devote my life to writing Not Science fiction actually. My major project is comedy. I decided to that I wanted to comedy writer when I was eight years old The first things I actually wrote were parodies of Sherlock Holmes Stories Which I was reading at the time. I was a bit precocious and I remember specifically that I was using the back of my dad's accounting ledgers. They were legal. Sized sheets of paper. Couldn't use the front because they are were crisscrossing Multicolored lines the the fronts was were too busy but I did. Manage to write Three stories one per page and I remember thinking at the time. Wow how to writers manage to think of so much? Detail put into their stories Obviously from From the introduction. You gave me Over the years I must have figured it out. So how old were you when you started doing that? well I. I started doing funny stuff when I was eight which is now over fifty years And one of the things that I've often maintained. Is that if you pursue anything? As long as I have there are only sort of two paths. You can take The first path is you never learn anything and so you're mediocre and stay mediocre for your entire life. I hope I have taken the second path which is with each new project you learn and you grow as a writer and so Hopefully by now I'm at the top of my game Now I only actually answered half of your question. The other half of the question was about science fiction specifically so I mean when I was a I used to watch star Trek I remember being blown away when I first saw A two thousand one space Odyssey And although as I often mentioned I was actually a mystery geek before I was a science fiction Geek eventually I did start reading Science fiction and I always say you know I started with the ABC's as Mov Bradberry Clark. So I had a good grounding in Kind of the of the classics of Science Fiction. I did that. I read that for maybe ten or fifteen years felt that I had kind of gotten it. I knew what science fiction was about and moved away from it for a while Got Back into science fiction in a major way when I discovered cyberpunk in the eighties. that was something new and at the time very exciting although now it's kind of a past its best due date. I guess it's it's it's run. Its course as a sub genre I think But then not only. Was it something that I could go back and enjoy reading but I also think about Combining science fiction with the humor. I was always writing anyway. Now somewhere along there you went to university and GM ended up with a PhD and communications. What did you study as an undergraduate Well actually okay so I I. My undergrad degree is a a BFA from York. It's a and I haven't actually said this in a while so I it. It's a long one. It's a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Interdisciplinary media with a concentration in creative writing Basically it was a creative writing degree but through the fine arts department. Instead of humanity's so I took three years of screen writing That was kind of four major And a lot of A lot of fine arts courses At the time as I mentioned I would urge you mentioned in the Introduction I did a lot of screen writing. I went through a decade When I was writing screenplays and I have through that period. I've written about one hundred so I know my way around a screenplay as well as a pros writing My master's degree was done with Paul Levinson at his online School connected education which at the time was affiliated with the new school for Social Research. So my degree is actually from the Institute in New York even though I was still living in Toronto I was very interested in the intersection between new media and old storytelling. So my master's degree was My master's thesis was about Interactive storytelling and some of the challenges that interactive storytelling as a new medium for storytelling Some of the challenges that it had for storytellers Wow that was a lotta story in one sentence My Phd was in a similar vein. It was I looked at Writers who were putting their Short fiction on the Internet My questions were so. Why do they do that? What are the advantages of publishing online versus publishing in traditional print And discovered a lot of very interesting things. Now you know now of course. Everybody Publishes Online. It's the thing to do and every everybody knows this but actually you know I wrote my dissertation twenty years ago in two thousand And at the time the Internet was kind of a shiny new toy for writers and so Although a lot of the Ideas that that we now take for granted At the time I wrote my dissertation they were actually quite fresh and new. I'm still very proud of that work. I always ask Of those who had formal writing training because not everybody did Some of the most successful writers never had any formal training in in the field of writing. Have you found that the academic side of this has been beneficial to your writing over the years? Well you know. I took three years of screen writing and in those three years. I only had really to positive experiences out there But I mean you know. One of them was actually quite substantially positive So screenwriting was a there. Were second third and fourth year courses. I decided when I when I went to York that I really wanted to get into screenwriting even though I wasn't at that time. Even a fine arts major loan film Major. I was never a film major actually So I submitted a portfolio to the professor and he let me in in my first year and one of the things I quickly found out. Was that all of the students in the screen. Writing Course were second year film majors and they all knew each other because they had of course worked on each other's first year film projects and I found it very intimidating and I found it. Very hard I was very shy. Person AS A lot of writers are And I was talking to the to the teacher about two thirds of the way through the chorus and I said you know I. I'm very uncomfortable here because I can't re I don't feel I can get to know anybody and he said to me. You know you should not be worried about them..