302. Paul Cornell (a.k.a. The Cricket Whisperer) — Who Killed Sherlock Holmes? (An Interview)

19 Dec

Ghosts, witches, and doctors, oh my! The multi-talented, and exceedingly productive, Paul Cornell joins us live at CONvergence to talk about his latest projects, including Who Killed Sherlock Holmes?The Lost Child of Lychford, his forthcoming semi-autobiographical novel from Tor, Chalk, Doctor Who comics, and his new podcast, The Cornell Collective. Does this guy ever sleep?

We hope you enjoy the episode!

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Here’s the episode (show notes are below):

Episode 302 — Download (MP3)
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Show Notes:

Check out Paul’s work!  It’s jolly good!

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Our new intro music comes “Nocturnia” by Psychadelik Pedestrian (CC BY 3.0), which has been slightly modified to include sound effects and for length purposes.

That’s all, folks!  Thanks for listening.  See you next week.

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