Welcome to Podioracket.com Episode 68. Heather Roulo interviews Travis Heerman, and Rhonda R Carpenter interviews Vincent Meis.

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Rogues of the Black Fury coverTravis Heerman

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Website and blog at  www.travisheermann.com

Bio: Freelance writer, poet, novelist, screenwriter, podcaster, English instructor, poker player, biker, roustabout. Author of two published novels, plus Rogues of the Black Fury, forthcoming from E-Reads, a metric ton of role-playing game content for AEG and EVE Online, and short fiction pieces in anthologies and magazines, such as Cemetery Dance, Historical Lovecraft, Library of Horror Press, and others. He taught English in Japan for three years, where he stood out like a space alien with his head on fire, but he now lives in much larger world than before. He’s camped out in Nebraska, nursing his long-cherished dreams: a NYT best-seller, a produced screenplay, and a seat in the World Series of Poker.

Travis will be attending World Horror Convention in Salt Lake in March.

Tio Jorge by Vincent Meis

Website: www.vincentmeis.com

Bio: I grew up in the Midwest and at an early age I began writing plays, which I cajoled my sisters to act in. In the 1980’s and 90’s I published several pieces, mostly travel articles, in several different magazines. In recent years I have finished three novels and a number of short stories. All three novels are set at least partially in foreign countries—Cuba, Saudi Arabia, and Mexico. I currently live in San Francisco.