Free John Smith "Anyman" ringtones at! by J.C. Hutchins

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Sweet! 7th Son: Descent's beloved carpenter / bartender / musician character John Smith has posted some of his "Anyman" EP songs as free ringtones at! And they're all free!

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Ultracreatives Interview #17: Mur Lafferty by J.C. Hutchins


After an unexpected -- and shame on him, unnannounced -- micro-hiatus, J.C. Hutchins is back with a new UltraCreatives interview. This episode features the triumphant return of author and podcaster Mur Lafferty. There have been some tremendous developments in Mur's career since she last appeared on the show back in February. J.C. and Mur discuss her novel Playing for Keeps, and how it was recently purchased by indie publisher Swarm Press for mainstream release. Mur also chats about the reactivation of her "Stories of the Third Wave" podcast, her ambition to rush the charts on August 25 and much more. It's a fun, fascinating interview.

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In the intro to this episode, J.C. also explains just where the hell he's been for the past three weeks, what commitments have kept him from releasing 7th Son: OBSIDIAN content, and when that content will return to the feed. (Hint: It's goddamned soon.)

As promised, here are links to some important sites (including MINE, J.C.'s new pop culture blog project) and some writing he's done in recent weeks.