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Meet science fiction, fantasy, and comic book author Robert Jeschonek, an introvert who has a lot to say. Robert is a USA Today bestselling author who has written tons of stories and novels, including official Star Trek and Doctor Who fiction and comics for DC Comics and AHOY. He talks about his life and world, his work, reads excerpts from his books and stories, and discusses his favorite writing tips. Theme Music: "Feelin Good" Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com)Licensed under Creative Commons ...
 
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The Exhibitionist has a secret! When his nighttime bedside notes take a twisted turn, can this writer of fiction make sense of it? Hear all about the madness in the latest episode of the podcast about the world and writing of USA Today bestselling author Robert Jeschonek. In this episode, Robert talks about the Many Worlds of Weird Fiction StoryBun…
 
The Exhibitionist is back! How can a writer take flight when distractions keep knocking him to the ground? Hear all about it in the latest episode of the podcast about the world and writing of USA Today bestselling author Robert Jeschonek. In this episode, Robert talks about the Many Worlds of Weird Fiction StoryBundle featuring books by Ramsey Cam…
 
Special Space Barbarians Episode! Yes, the Starbarians are coming, and they mean business! It's all part of a big new Kickstarter for a series of science fiction novels by the Exhibitionist. Hear how your support can help make these books a reality, unleashing savage star warriors on a desperate galaxy that hates and fears them...yet needs them to …
 
Big 20th Episode! When truth becomes stranger than fiction, it's time for the Exhibitionist to make his books and stories wilder than ever! Hear all about it in the latest episode of the podcast about the world and writing of USA Today bestselling author Robert Jeschonek. In this 20th episode of the Introverted Exhibitionist series, Robert talks ab…
 
The Exhibitionist is back! How can a writer return to form when the world is going crazy around him? Hear all about it in the latest episode of the podcast about the world and writing of USA Today bestselling author Robert Jeschonek. In this episode, Robert talks about the Space Opera Odyssey StoryBundle featuring his brand-new novel...plus a top s…
 
Sometimes, it takes a crowd to make a great book happen! That's the story behind the new Space: 1975 anthology project on Kickstarter, a book of space opera tales with a 1970s twist. Hear all about it in the latest episode of the podcast about the world and writing of USA Today bestselling author Robert Jeschonek. In this episode, Robert talks abou…
 
What does taking a bike ride have to do with the quality of your writing? And how can you keep succeeding with your writing when your laptop gives up the ghost in mid-book? Hear all about it in the latest episode of the podcast about the world and writing of USA Today bestselling author Robert Jeschonek. In this episode, Robert takes a bike ride in…
 
When a writer is trapped in the wrong reality for decades, can a bump on the head bring him back to interdimensional bliss? Hear all about it in the latest episode of the podcast about the world and writing of USA Today bestselling author Robert Jeschonek. In this episode, Robert tries to find a portal to the alternate reality of his dreams, introd…
 
What happens to a struggling writer when the bugs come out to play? Hear all about it in the latest episode of the podcast about the world and writing of USA Today bestselling author Robert Jeschonek. In this episode, Robert tries to make peace with distractions (some of them insects) that are killing his productivity, introduces a segment by his n…
 
Life during the pandemic is like a dream...or are the talking bugs, purple skies, ethereal manifestations, and strange new body parts all part of our new normal? Hear all about it in the latest episode of the podcast about the world and writing of USA Today bestselling author Robert Jeschonek. In this episode, Robert tries to tell the difference be…
 
What does writing have to do with bike riding on a trail where all the bathrooms are boarded up? Hear all about it in the latest episode of the podcast about the world and writing of USA Today bestselling author Robert Jeschonek. In this episode, Robert takes a bike ride on a sunny day, weathers a rainstorm at midnight, introduces a segment by his …
 
Imagine a world in which you can be among other human beings at work, lunch, the gym, concerts, and more without worrying about getting sick. Is it just a demented author's crazy dream? Hear all about it in the latest episode of the podcast about the world and writing of USA Today bestselling author Robert Jeschonek. In this episode, Robert talks a…
 
When is a writer like a restaurant? What does a new app listing restaurant health code violations have to do with an off-the-menu author? Hear all about it in the latest episode of the podcast about the world and writing of USA Today bestselling author Robert Jeschonek. In this episode, Robert talks about a bizarre app, introduces an intern from th…
 
Did Bob's cataract surgery cause the strange tentacles squirming from his eye socket? Or has Cthulhu hijacked his vision for some purpose known only to the dark ancient gods? Hear all about it in the latest episode of the podcast about the world and writing of USA Today bestselling author Robert Jeschonek. In this episode, Robert talks about his re…
 
Why are ravens attacking the battlefield of the gods? And what does that have to do with the showers at the local YMCA? Hear all about it in the latest episode of the podcast about the world and writing of USA Today bestselling author Robert Jeschonek. In this episode, Robert talks about eye surgery, college interns, regaining motivation, and a wei…
 
Who or what is THE VEGETABLE MAN, and why is he hosting this podcast? Hear all about it in the latest episode of the podcast about the world and writing of USA Today bestselling author Robert Jeschonek. In this episode, Robert talks about holiday preparations, the to-do list-Tribble conundrum, his upcoming urban fantasy novel, Earthtaker, and the w…
 
Tis the season to talk about writing, publishing, and holiday madness! Hear all about it in the latest episode of the podcast about the world and writing of USA Today bestselling author Robert Jeschonek. In this episode, Robert talks about Christmastime activities, the Marvelous Mrs. Maisel TV show, why he hasn't seen The Mandalorian yet, and his u…
 
What do Watchmen and turkey have in common? Hear all about it in the latest episode of the podcast about the world and writing of USA Today bestselling author Robert Jeschonek. In this episode, Robert talks about Thanksgiving activities, the Watchmen TV show, things writers are thankful for, and writing his new urban fantasy novel, Earthtaker. Plus…
 
Lightsabers and Neil Diamond...together? Hear all about it in the latest episode of the podcast about the world and writing of USA Today bestselling author Robert Jeschonek. In this episode, Robert talks about holiday events in his hometown of Johnstown, PA, having lunch with a comics superstar, and writing his new urban fantasy novel, Earthtaker. …
 
Check out the latest episode of the new podcast about the world and writing of USA Today bestselling author Robert Jeschonek. In this episode, Robert talks about wrecking his leg in the pool at the Y, staging his latest signing event the same night as a Pittsburgh Steelers game, and other struggles. He also talks about how the x-factor can affect t…
 
Check out the latest episode of the new podcast about the world and writing of USA Today bestselling author Robert Jeschonek. In this episode, Robert talks about participating in the new Saving the World StoryBundle, starting his new novel, Earthtaker, doing a radio interview, and his latest signing event, a celebration of classic local department …
 
The latest episode of the new podcast about the world and writing of USA Today bestselling author Robert Jeschonek. In this episode, Robert talks about publishing his new book, Thanksgiving at Glosser's, and participating in the new Saving the World StoryBundle. He also discusses his experience at a Diwali celebration, his quest to pursue new direc…
 
The first episode of the new podcast about the world and writing of USA Today bestselling author, Robert Jeschonek. In this first episode, Robert talks about writing comics for DC and AHOY, plus science fiction and fantasy stories and novels. He also discusses his experience at New York Comic Con and the direction of future episodes of the podcast.…
 
teeth teeth teeth teeth teeth teeth teethA quick little live review for you today - I went to see Teeth, at the Wellcome Collection. Not for the faint of heart or the dentally anxious, this exhibition explores the darkest cavities of the history of dentistry. It’s sweet in places and rotten in others, with some very tongue in cheek curation. I real…
 
Two exhibitions for the price of one, and a free display! I went to Dorothea Lange: Politics of Seeing and Vanessa Winship: And Time Folds at the Barbican, and Killed Negatives: Unseen Images of 1930s America at the Whitechapel Gallery. So much documentary photography. All highly recommended.Lange and Winship run until 2.09.2018 - information and t…
 
I recorded this review live in the British Library's exhibition commemorating 250 years since the first Cook voyage. It's a little different to my usual format - you can treat it as an extra long review or use it as an audioguide.James Cook: The Voyages runs until 28.8.2018. Admission is £14 or £7 with an Art Pass. More information on the exhibitio…
 
I said I was doing a ton of podcasts this month AND I MEANT IT. Throughout August I'll be releasing short reviews of the major summer "blockbuster" exhibitions, called Art Shots.I really loved Lee Bul's Hayward Gallery retrospective! The exhibition runs until 19.8.2018, and tickets are £13 or £6.50 with an Art Pass. This episode also has a return t…
 
Throughout August I'll be releasing short reviews of the major summer "blockbuster" exhibitions, called Art Shots. I can't recommend All Too Human: Bacon, Freud and a Century of Painting Life, at Tate Britain. The show itself was underwhelming and tickets were £19.50 or £18.50 for concessions, but if you're a bigger fan of Freud or Bacon than me yo…
 
HI HI HI I've missed you! So for the month of August, I'll be back on the podcasting with some quick and dirty exhibition reviews... They'll be super short responses to exhibitions, with my skip it or see it thoughts on the dozens of shows on in London at the moment.Drop me a line at theexhibitionist.org, facebook.com/exhibitionistpod or on twitter…
 
Unexpected delays and weirdness means this episode is going up after the exhibition finishes, but it's okay because we didn't like it anyway?Clare and I went to the Barbican to see Into The Unknown. It's cool if that's your thing, but we were underwhelmed...Contact me via theexhibitionist.org, facebook.com/exhibitionistpod and exhibitionistpod@gmai…
 
It's our first birthday! Rose and Alice went to the Camden Art Centre to see shows by Jennifer Tee and Daniel Richter. Both shows run until September 17th - more info at https://www.camdenartscentre.org/Jennifer Tee's RESIST STACK OF BOOKS:James Baldwin, Go Tell It On The Mountain (1953)Anthony Burgess, A Clockwork Orange (1962)Kate Chopin, The Awa…
 
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