Millennium Group Sessions goes into a 2012 revival with a more relaxed podcast form chatting to fans, staff, guests about Millennium and even the larger world around us. As Lance would perhaps put it, Millennium Groups Session is going more “tribal”.
In this episode I speak to the two key people in creating the Back To Frank Black book being published later this year, editor in chief of Fourth Horseman Press, Brian A. Dixon and his associate editor – and the editor for this project – Adam Chamberlain. Both are VERY closely associated to Millennium fandom and Back to Frank Black. If you frequent here often, you most likely have read several articles by this pair.
So we chat casually about the book and the process of making the book and the larger issues that stem from the project in this 25 minute podcast.
Next weekend myself and my esteemed colleague Troy L Foreman will be chatting about the changing face of entertainment and what might – or might not – change in the industry in the near future… and perhaps how that might benefit Millennium!
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Millennium Group Sessions is available on iTunes or the Back to Frank Black app found on the Android and iPhone platforms.
If you’d like to find out more about Fourth Horseman Press, visit their website, www.fourthhorsemanpress.com. The book referred to in this podcast, Columbia and Britannia is available to purchase at Amazon here. Available for purchase through other such respectable vendors as well!