Broadcast 360 (Special Edition)

12 Jul 2005 Robert (Rob) Godwin
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Rob Godwin of Apogee Books returned to The Space Show for this special program. We began the interview with Rob by discussing the Apogee new science fiction publication which is the original and authentic sequel to the H.G. Wells "War of the Worlds," "Edison's Conquest of Mars" by Garrett Putnam Serviss. This book is only available at the Apogee website, www.apogee.com. In addition to discussing the book, its fine art work and great story, Mr. Godwin told us that Apogee is going to be introducing science fiction as a new genre for their space book publishing line. He also told us about a new low cost line of space books that will soon be coming out plus the list of coming publications that sound terrific. Mr. Godwin also discussed science fiction and its impact on space as he has been researching the topic for at least eight years and is preparing a detailed book on the subject. This is a most interesting discussion and if you are either a space or sci-fi fan or both, you will not want to miss it. In response to listener questions, Mr. Godwin explained the Apogee process for submitting manuscripts, the publishing process and time it takes to final book, the responsibility of the author, especially regarding the book tour and PR once the book hits the market. For those of you who have always wanted to have your book published, learn how its done right from the source! For further information, visit www.apogee.com and there you will find email contact information. You can always submit comments or questions to Mr. Godwin through me at drspace@thespaceshow.com.

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