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The We Built That Network.com was founded by tireless advocates for life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness. Featuring four fabulous shows produced by passionate, liberty-minded hosts, the WBTN network is dedicated to restoring the foundation, reigniting the passion and reviving the exceptionalism. And yes Mr. President, we built that!

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Jonna Hayden, costumer extraordinaire, will teach us everything she knows about the perfect Halloween costume in 90 minutes or less. Jonna Hayden has been a costumer since she was four, sewing clothing for her trolls. Her professional career began at Orycon 5(mumble) years ago, leading to a 30+ year obsession for Costume Design and construction. Her current projects include The Snow Queen for the Eugene Ballet, opening in April of 2017, and The Scarlet Flower for Ballet Fantastique, opening in February of 2016. Past work includes Eugene Opera's Faust, La Boheme, Carmen, Nixon in China, The Mikado, Pirates of Penzance, and Dead Man Walking, and the Eugene Ballet's Mowgli, The Jungle Book Ballet, Romeo and Juliet, Swan Lake, Carnival of the Animals, The Nutcracker, Without the Cover, All You Need is Love, Pulcinella, and Carmen. She designed William Mastrosimone's productions of Winner by Submission and Bang Bang, You're Dead for the Edinburgh Fringe Festival in Scotland. Additional design includes Elizabethan costumes for the Eugene Vocal Arts Ensemble's Madrigal Dinner, and the Eugene Symphony's Yuletide Celebration. As the owner of J Hayden Creative, LLC, Jonna is a frequent panelist at a variety of Science Fiction Conventions and conferences throughout the US.
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On-Demand Episodes

For the first hour, Moira Greyland Peat joins us for an hour discussing music and a history of fandom. In our second hour, Hugo award nominee and Dragon Award Winner for Best Horror, Brian Niemeier, will join us, discussing his recent... more

Author Karina Fabian will join us as part of the book tour for her latest novel, Discovery, featuring her famous resuce nuns. Yes, that's right, we have NUNS! IN! SSSSSPPPPPPAAAAAACCCCEEEE!!!!! By day, Karina is a... more

Sci Phi Journal's Ben Zwycky joins Declan Finn for an hour of Poetry, and remembering 9-11. Ben Zwycky is an English ex-pat now living in the Czech Republic. Before, during and after obtaining a master's degree in chemical... more

In a prerecorded session, host Declan Finn is once again joined by Karl Gallagher, as they delve into science, and just how much fiction happens to be involved in scientific research. Karl K. Gallagher is a systems engineer, currently... more

Host Declan Finn is joined by novelist Brad R Torgersen, where they will discuss religion in science fiction and fantasy, as well as religion in the modern secular 21st century American landscape, spiritual themes in a technological... more

Declan Finn will have various and sundry spies reporting from WorldCon, discussing the state of the convention, and the Hugos. Who went insane this year? How much DID Vox Day win? Why were most of the the award winners... more

Jason Rennie of Sci Phi Journal comes on the Catholic Geek to discuss Scifi, philosophy, and perhaps, some awards. Jason Rennie is a software engineer by day and by night edits Sci Phi Journal and helps run the website... more

Bokerah Brumley arrives to discuss participating in anthologies. Perhaps she'll be able to tell Declan how to play well with others. Bokerah Brumley is a speculative fiction writer making stuff up on a trampoline in West Texas. When she's not... more

John C. Wright and L. Jagi Lamplighter return to discuss superversive fiction, their work, and whatever else that might pop up. John C. Wright is the author of Iron Chamber of Memory, Count to a Trillion, and Somewhither. He is is a retired... more

Hugo Award Nominee (John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer), Brian Neimeier, joins us to discuss his books, and perhaps discussing his experience with the Hugo Awards. We'll also get to talk about his radio program,... more

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