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The Wrath of the iOtians

Jake and Ron

Jake and Ron are two Gen X friends who discuss fantasy, horror and science-fiction books, movies and streaming shows with their unique insight and quirky sense of humor. They also interview amazing authors such as World Fantasy Award and Locus Award winner Fonda Lee,  Bram Stoker Award winners Jonathan Maberry, Christopher Golden and Grady Hendrix, New York Times bestseller Jason Pargin, JS Dewes, Sylvain Neuvel, Edward Ashton, Juliette Wade, Marina Lostetter and many more! Subscribe and join the hundreds of other listeners from around the world. Jake and Ron have known each other since their college days in Boston. Jake is a lifelong fantasy, horror, and science-fiction fan and has an extensive background working in independent bookstores and publishing in the Boston area. Ron grew up loving comic books, Star Trek, Star Wars and RPG. He is currently a project manager in technology in the Seattle area. Both are big fans of Dune and Twin Peaks. Subscribe on all major podcast platforms. Twitter: @OfiOtians, Instagram: @thewrathoftheiotians, Email: thewrathoftheiotians@gmail.com

Episodes
Interview with C.S. Humble Author of The Light of a Black Star (The Light Sublime Book 3)February 08, 2024
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Interview with Scott Kirkwood Co-Producer of A Disturbance in the Force (Documentary of the 1978 Star Wars Holiday Special)December 18, 2023
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The 2023 Halloween Special: Interview with Nat Segaloff Author of The Exorcist Legacy 50 Years of FearOctober 24, 2023
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Happy Halloween! Interview with 2-Time Bram Stoker Award Winner Christopher Golden Author of All Hallows (Replay from Jan 2023)October 17, 2023
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Interview with Bram Stoker Award Winner Cassandra Khaw and New York Times Bestseller Richard Kadrey Authors of The Dead Take The A TrainOctober 02, 2023
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SIFF 2023 Interview with Peter Collins Campbell Director of Variations On A ThemeSeptember 19, 2023
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Interview with Scott Leeds Author of Schrader's ChordSeptember 05, 2023
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John Carpenter's They Live 35th AnniversarySeptember 02, 2023
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Interview with Leopoldo Gout Author of PiñataAugust 28, 2023
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Interview with Zach Kashkett Director of The Mad WriterAugust 16, 2023
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Interview with Pura Belpré Award Winner and Bram Stoker Nominee Vincent Tirado, Author of We Don't Swim HereJuly 31, 2023
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SIFF 2023 Let It Kill You Interview with Director David Cornue, Actors/Producers Adam Bucci and Adam HussJuly 19, 2023
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Interview with 5-Time Bram Stoker Award Winner and Shirley Jackson Award Nominee, Lucy A. Snyder, Author of Sister, Maiden, MonsterJuly 14, 2023
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Interview with USA Today Bestseller Emma Mieko Candon Author of The Archive UndyingJune 27, 2023
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SIFF 2023 Interview with Sarah Kambe Holland Director of Egghead & TwinkieJune 20, 2023
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SIFF 2023 Interview with Michael Gabriele Director of Get AwayJune 13, 2023
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SIFF 2023 Interview with Justin Robert Vinall Director of From The DepthsMay 31, 2023
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SIFF 2023 Interview with Mike Simses The Director of The UnusualistMay 29, 2023
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The Dark Descent Edited by David G. Hartwell (Remastered)May 27, 2023
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From (Season 2), Dead Ringers, and SiloMay 23, 2023
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Interview with New York Times Bestseller Christopher Paolini, Author of Fractal Noise (The Fractalverse Series)May 12, 2023
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Interview with New York Times Bestseller Kayla Cottingham, Author of This Delicious DeathApril 25, 2023
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Interview w/ World Fantasy Award Winner and New York Times Bestseller Fonda Lee, Author of Untethered SkyApril 11, 2023
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Interview with New York Times Bestselling Author, 5-Time Bram Stoker Award Winner Jonathan Maberry (Son of the Poison Rose)April 06, 2023
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Interview with J.S. Dewes, Author of RubiconMarch 23, 2023
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