I would like to suggest that a member that has books out in public, consider going on a podcast. Runesoup.com has a really large following and Gordon White does a really friendly interview on what ever spirit related subject you could ever want. Plus he will read and talk about any of your books or subjects that you want to publicize and he will place a link on his pod cast page to whatever blog or site that you request.
Gordon seams to manage the hour long interview using a form of (skype, or something) so you just need a computer to cross the channel. Gordon has spent a lot of time in England so he will know what sites and such you are referring to. I can try to get in touch with him if you wish or check out his podcasts at runesoup.com/category/podcast/.
Thanks for the suggestion. I've taken a look at Rune Soup. The about page reads as follows:
'Rune Soup is a blog about magic. It is also a podcast about magic, which you should definitely subscribe to. It is also a lively and informative Facebook page about magic, which you should definitely join.
Clearly that's something of a broad church -perhaps the broadest- so if we were to take it down a level we could say Rune Soup is about practical sorcery, entheogens, synchronicities, UFOs, 'alternative' history, career guidance, graphic novels, the future of media, probability, divination. There's even a post about Nicki Minaj here somewhere.
There's a strong chaos magic inflection to the whole thing because there is no part of me that is on trend or fashionable.'
It looks like magic is central and even though the podcasts are quite eclectic they all seem to centre around magic. I very rarely practice magic so am not sure my work would fit.
Lee, I know you you practice magic and enjoyed Starships. Would doing a podcast with Gordon appeal to you?
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