Tap Tap. This Thing On? Podcast of Finch, Chapter One (with cell phone)

Jeff VanderMeer • June 28th, 2009 @ 3:07 pm • Audio, Fiction

Yep, this is the rough, first take. Cough cough. Blork. Eeet always gets better. I will be podcasting the entire novel in November.

11 Responses to “Tap Tap. This Thing On? Podcast of Finch, Chapter One (with cell phone)”

  1. G. Arthur Brown says:

    Who’s gonna buy the cow when you are giving away the milk for free?

  2. Jeff VanderMeer says:

    I don’t sell milk. I sell steak.

  3. Jeff VanderMeer says:

    but it is a question. if the publisher thinks it’ll cut into sales, i’ll do a partial.

  4. Justin Pickard says:

    @G. Arthur Brown – people who like cows?

  5. Jeff VanderMeer says:

    Er, given that there are people called “Partials” in the novel, let me rephrase that: If the publisher thinks it’ll cut into sales, I’ll podcast only a part of the novel.

  6. G. Arthur Brown says:

    @ Justin – two shay.

    @ Jeff – Why not have a Partial read part of the novel?

  7. Jeff VanderMeer says:

    @ Brown – git yer tweetin’ ass back to tweet land. :)

  8. Larry says:

    I see my dirty mind has begun to fail me, as I didn’t think about the Partials in that way until Jeff did. Now I wonder if there’ll be some sick soul who’ll write Partial slash fic.

  9. Jeff VanderMeer says:

    Please don’t go there.

  10. Will Hindmarch says:

    Gah! I could’ve used this on Saturday when I had two plane flights! What did I tell you about telepathically checking my itinerary before you go podcasting?

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