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The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 194): Interview with Author Michael J. Martinez

In episode 194 of the SF Signal Podcast, Patrick Hester chats with Author Michael J. Martinez, author of The Daedalus Incident.

About Michael:

Michael is a husband, father and writer living the dream in the Garden State. He has spent nearly 20 years as a professional writer and journalist, including stints at The Associated Press and After telling other people’s stories for the bulk of his career, he is happy that he can now be telling a few of his own creations. He is also a member of the Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America. When not being a husband, parent or writer, Michael enjoys beer and homebrewing, cooking and eating, the outdoors and travel. If you’re curious about their travels, his wife does a far better job of describing their adventures, so check out her blog at


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About Patrick Hester (527 Articles)
Patrick Hester is a writer, blogger, podcasting dude, Denver transplant and all around Functional Nerd. Don't hate him cuz he has a cool hat.

5 Comments on The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 194): Interview with Author Michael J. Martinez

  1. Mike J Martinez, the Beer Whisperer.

    I note you don’t have any Midwestern or Minnesotan brews on your list. When you come here for a convention or signing, we’ll have to correct that imbalance in the Force.

    • I admit to that inexcusable dearth of fine Midwestern brews on my “resume,” and look forward to that correction!

      • Paul Weimer // June 24, 2013 at 3:24 pm //

        I’m not that educated myself, but there are Sam Adams “scale” stuff here–Summit, for example, that I’ve had. (Fans of my adventures over on Skiffy and Fanty know this)

  2. As someone who has read the book, I’ll say that it definitely is worth a read 😀 Will be listening to the podcast soon, hopefully tomorrow.

  3. Jerry Gaiser // June 24, 2013 at 7:08 pm //

    Another great interview and I’m looking forward to the book.

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