Wednesday, August 28, 2013

Earth Station One Episode 177 – Our Favorite Flavours of Cornetto

By Amy L. Strickland
On this episode, the ESO crew attempts an epic theater crawl to review three films, starting with Shaun of the Dead, advancing to Hot Fuzz, and concluding at The World’s End. The six friends (who had no idea one another existed while they were in high school) undertaking this quest are none other than Mike Faber, Mike Gordon, Jennifer Hartshorn, the award-winning author Bobby Nash, Ashley Bergner, and Alex Autrey. Yarp! Amidst all the madness, we also find time to feature author Amy Leigh Strickland in The Geek Seat. Plus the usual Rants, Raves, Khan Report and Shout Outs!

Join us for yet another episode of The Earth Station One Podcast we like to call: Our Favorite Flavours of Cornetto at
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My Rave: Jonathan Maberry is
named a Top 10 Horror Writer. 

Table of Contents
0:00:00 Intro/Welcome
0:07:15 Rants & Raves
0:37:42 Interview & Geek Seat w/Author Amy Leigh Strickland
0:53:30 Our Favorite Flavours of Cornetto
1:57:05 The ESO Khan Report w/Philip Rafshoon (Decatur Book Festival)
2:20:48 ESO Shout Outs & Show Close

Next on Earth Station One...

The entire ESO Network crew heads back to Atlanta for the biggest geek celebration of the south. That’s right, it’s Dragon Con time again. The ESO Network personalities will be all over the convention with panels, signings, readings, tables, and podcasts. Lots and lots of podcasts. Join us next week as we record an episode of the Earth Station One podcast featuring guests from every podcast on the ESO Network. It’s going to be a fun time and anything can-- and probably will-- happen.

You would think that would be big enough, but we’re also serving up the usual Rants and Raves, Khan Report, The Geek Seat, Shout Outs, and we may even have a special guest or two stop by and say howdy! You get all this and more on the next exciting episode of Earth Station One. Join us.

ESO would love to hear from you. Share your favorite Dragon Con memories at,, Facebook, Twitter, or Google+. We love hearing from you. We might just read yours on the show.

You can also find the Earth Station One podcast on iTunes and Stitcher.

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