# 133 – Winfield Strock III

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Author Winfield H. Strock III (Win) joins The Adam Messer Show to talk about the tenth anniversary of his book Red Sounding, writing, editing and more.

Bio:

 
After a successful 23 years as a navy submariner I struggled for a new career and identity. A massive brain tumor taught me the importance of love, faith and hope. With my bride of twenty-five years beside me, I plunge headlong into my second love, writing.

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# 132 – Nicholas Kaufmann part two

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Nicholas Kaufmann’s fiction has been nominated for a Bram Stoker Award, a Shirley Jackson Award, a Thriller Award, and a Dragon Award. His previous novel, 100 Fathoms Below, co-written with Steven L. Kent, was an Amazon bestseller and the subject of a viral tweet that was retweeted over 7,000 times. His new novel, The Hungry Earth, comes out on October 5th. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.
 

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# 132 – Nicholas Kaufmann part one

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Nicholas Kaufmann’s fiction has been nominated for a Bram Stoker Award, a Shirley Jackson Award, a Thriller Award, and a Dragon Award. His previous novel, 100 Fathoms Below, co-written with Steven L. Kent, was an Amazon bestseller and the subject of a viral tweet that was retweeted over 7,000 times. His new novel, The Hungry Earth, comes out on October 5th. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.
 

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# 131 – Bill Cooper

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Bill Cooper celebrates his final Savannah At Night show on WRUU 107.5. FM Savannah. 

He is an actor, comedian, and all around swell fellow!

Check out his comedy show Postcards from LOWell. www.postcardsfromlowell.com 

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# 130 – Randy Wood

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Randy Wood is a world renowned luthier. In his new book Randy Wood: The Lore of the Luthier, Daniel Wile chronicles Randy’s history and travels on his road to becoming the best luthier. https://www.randywoodmusic.com/products/randy-wood-the-lore-of-the-luthier/

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# 128 – Jeffrey Ray Hayes

Jeffrey Ray Hayes is a freelance illustrator and graphic designer living in the Austin area of Central Texas. He
began his career doing pen and ink art and magazine layout work for Austin-based table-top gaming companies. Jeff
also spent time working as a commercial artist and display designer for a Texas-based grocery company in the 1980s
until he made a career change. He has served for 30 years as a police officer until his retirement in 2019 at the rank of
assistant police chief. During that time, he never stopped working as a freelance artist and formed Plasmafire Graphics,
LLC.

http://www.plasmafiregrahics.com

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# 129 – Brad Guigar

Brad Guigar has been a professional cartoonist for over 20 years.

Guigar’s graphic novel series, “Evil Inc” (https://www.evil-inc.com), is about a corporation that is run by supervillains. 

Guigar is considered to be a webcomics pioneer, having self-published his daily strips and other comics on the Web since February 2000. He has been nominated for the highest honor in comics — the Eisner award — for “Phables,” a year-and-a-half-long weekly series of comics about life in Philadelphia.

He has published over two dozen collections of his comics, and he is the author of three books on the subject of cartooning: “The Everything Cartooning Book,” “How To Make Webcomics,” and “The Webcomics Handbook.” Along with his friend, Dave Kellett, he hosts the weekly podcast, ComicLab, which is about to celebrate its 200th episode. He operates a daily tutorial-and-advice site, Webcomics.com, and he teaches Storytelling at University of the Arts in Philadelphia.

Brad lives in Philadelphia with his wife, Caroline, and two sons.

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# 127 – John Palisano part one

John Palisano’s nonfiction, short fiction, poetry and novels have appeared in literary anthologies and magazines such as Cemetery Dance, Fangoria, Weird Tales, Space & Time, Shmoop University and many more. He won the Bram Stoker Award© for excellence in short fiction in 2016 and is currently serving as President of the Horror Writers Association.

Say ‘hi’ at: www.johnpalisano.com

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# 127 – John Palisano part two

John Palisano’s nonfiction, short fiction, poetry and novels have appeared in literary anthologies and magazines such as Cemetery Dance, Fangoria, Weird Tales, Space & Time, Shmoop University and many more. He won the Bram Stoker Award© for excellence in short fiction in 2016 and is currently serving as President of the Horror Writers Association.

Say ‘hi’ at: www.johnpalisano.com

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# 126 John Stamp part two

John Stamp joined The Adam Messer Show discussing his new Jackson Cole Novel Acquisitor. 

John Stamp was a Special Agent of the NCIS and FBI. He was also a Police Officer in Charleston, South Carolina. He is a native of the Finger Lakes Region of upstate New York and holds a Masters degree in Forensic Science from the University of Florida.

https://johnstampwriter.com/ 

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