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The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 140): Timothy C. Ward Interviews T.C. McCarthy

In episode 140 of the Hugo Nominated SF Signal Podcast, Timothy C. Ward sits down with Compton Crook Award winning author, T.C. McCarthy about his books and career.

About T.C. McCarthy:

T.C. McCarthy is a critically acclaimed and award winning southern author whose short fiction has appeared in Per Contra: The International Journal of the Arts, Literature and Ideas, in Story Quarterly and in Nature. His debut novel, Germline, and its sequel, Exogene are available worldwide and the final book of the trilogy, Chimera, was released July 31, 2012. In addition to being an author, T.C. is a PhD scientist, a Fulbright Fellow, a Howard Hughes Biomedical Research Scholar, and a winner of the prestigious University of Virginia Award for Undergraduate Research. He can be found on Twitter as @tcmccarthy_ (don’t forget the space), on Facebook, and his website.

About Timothy C. Ward:

Timothy C. Ward is an aspiring Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror writer recently given Honorable Mention in the Writers of the Future contest. The first novel he plans to release, Kaimerus Deception, is described as “Firefly crashes on Avatar and wakes up Twenty Eight Days Later.” While his editor, C.L. Dyck, paints that novel in red ink, he is working on his Deals with the Dead series: zombies, burial mounds and the stewards that influence the scourge of small town Iowa. In between writing, he blogs, reviews books and podcasts with other authors on his AudioTim podcast. He can be found on Twitter as @timothycward, on Facebook, and his website.


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1 Comment on The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 140): Timothy C. Ward Interviews T.C. McCarthy

  1. I wondered why books come out mostly on a Tuesday. And now I understand better. Well done, T.C! 🙂

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