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The Liars Club Oddcast

A bunch of people who make stuff up for a living, interviewing other people who make stuff up for a living. All while drinking beer and wine in the middle of the day. What could possibly go wrong? Join us for a lively round of lies and exaggerations featuring everyone from NY Times Bestselling authors to National Book Award finalists to debut novelists, screenwriters, actors and more. Hosted by The Liars Club. Sorry, not responsible for the truthiness of any content, because, Liars. Pants currently on fire. Ouch.

Oct 15, 2020

Time for another spirited authors' roundtable with writers’ tips on how to successfully write conflict into your novels and short stories. An honest discussion about the pitfalls to avoid and techniques to embrace for creating compelling conflict. With Oddcast cohosts Kelly Simmons, Fran Wilde, Gregory Frost, Jon...


Oct 10, 2020

Crime fiction and graphic novel author Gary Phillips talks about mixing hardboiled noir and social issues, what explaining comics to his father taught him about story, collaborating on DC's The Killing Joke, plus his latest novel MATTHEW HENSON AND THE ICE TEMPLE OF HARLEM. With Oddcast cohosts Gregory Frost, Kelly...


Sep 24, 2020

YA thriller novelist and Buffy the Vampire Slayer podcaster Adam Sass talks about conversion therapy, writing/working at Starbucks and his highly acclaimed debut novel SURRENDER YOUR SONS, described as a queer Lord of the Flies meets the TV series Lost. With Oddcast cohosts Jon McGoran, Gregory Frost, Kelly Simmons,...


Sep 17, 2020

Bestselling suspense author D.J. Palmer joins the Oddcast for a rollicking fun conversation about his new novel THE NEW HUSBAND, how he landed in the domestic suspense genre and his creative connection to his famous author father, Michael Palmer. With Oddcast hosts Jon McGoran, Merry Jones, Gregory Frost, and...


Sep 10, 2020

Time for another spirited authors' roundtable with writers’ tips and techniques on how to successfully weave facts into your novels and short stories. Inspired by a question from Joel Burcat (author of DRINK TO EVERY BEAST), an honest discussion about how much information the reader needs, and techniques to avoid...