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Getting Published, with Mark Leslie: Episode 9

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With horror writer Mark Leslie

Paul Wilde, left, Textbook Manager at U of Alberta Bookstore, and Mark Leslie (Lefebvre) sucking their guts in and hamming it up for the camera.

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Read Mark’s story here

Read “Scene with Mack” here

Read Mick Halpin’s critique of “Scene with Mack” here

Read the scene that introduces the werewolf’s girlfriend here

Read Mick Halpin’s critique of the scene that introduces the werewolf’s girlfriend here

Read parts of chapters 9 and 10, which are interleaved with another Mick Halpin critique

Read Mick's response to Mark's challenge here

In this episode, Mark talks a little about his recent fiction and non-fiction sales and a lot about the Espresso Book Machine he's getting for his bookstore.

We invite you to offer your feedback on Mark’s story and his saga by commenting on our forum and/or writing to Paula B. at paula@writingshow.com. You can also send your feedback to Mark at mark at markleslie.ca or comment on one of his blogs (see addresses below).

Interviewee: Mark Leslie
Host: Paula B
Date: October 15, 2008
Running time: 56:53
File size: 27 megabytes
Rating: G
Mark Leslie’s Web sites:
www.markleslie.ca
www.markleslie.blogspot.com
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North of Infinity II - Released June 2006
One Hand Screaming - Short Story Collection
Prelude To A Scream - Experimental Podcast on my Writing