Rocket Talk, the Tor.com Podcast

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Here’s the deal, I’m the host of the Tor.com podcast. It’s called Rocket Talk. It’s a a show dedicated to insightful and expansive conversations about all the cool ass shit we love. So, check it out. To preemptively answer your question, I am both the Ninja and the Cthulu thing. I am Ninjulu, a dread assassin from beyond the veil of reality.

Here’s the introduction post I wrote for Tor.com:

Rocket Talk, the Tor.com podcast, launches today and we couldn’t be more excited! (Thanks to Tim Paul for the awesome banner!)

To be released weekly, Rocket Talk will blend discussion style talk-radio with audio narrations of Tor.com’s award winning short fiction. The podcast will take the vast landscape of Tor.com and beam it straight into your ear holes. It will capture the tremendous dialogue on the website and take it to the digital airwaves like a Viking horde beaching a seaside village with more group dancing and less pillaging.

You’re probably wondering who will be on the Tor.com podcast. The answer is everyone, but one voice will be there every week—Justin Landon. You may know him from the First Law Trilogy rereadUnder the Radar, or hisTwitter feed. You will soon know him as the host of Rocket Talk. You know, if you listen to the podcast. Otherwise you’ll probably continue to know him as that other guy, or not at all. Which is really a shame for him, but only a problem for you if your life lacks absurd pop culture analogies to describe science fiction and fantasy. Regardless, we very much hope you’ll get to know him and the dozens of brilliant guests that will be on the show in the coming weeks and months.

Read the whole thing here.

You may now shower me with your excitement.

 

Written by Justin Landon

Justin Landon

Justin Landon is the Overlord of Staffer’s Book Review. When he’s not writing things of dubious value to the world, he’s at the gym or being a dad. You can follow him on a multitude of social media, which is strongly suggested lest you miss out on vital information that could someday save your life.