About Fictitious

Fictitious Podcast Icon – The Storytelling Craft of Science Fiction & Fantasy

The Fictitious podcast delves into the craft of Science Fiction and Fantasy storytelling through interviews with authors and other professional writers. These conversations examine the writing process, techniques, and work habits of passionate creators and explore their most recent, and most popular, works.

Fictitious is hosted and produced by Adron Buske, co-produced by Wendy Buske, and is a production of Armadian Media.

Fictitious debuted in June 2017, and was originally part of the Nerd For A Living family of "podcasts for the ambitious geek". The first season of the show featured interview topics that ranged from career information to writing process. The show independently relaunched in July 2018 with new logo, branding, and website, and an evolved focus on storytelling craft (rather than writing careers).

Beyond podcasting, Adron Buske and Fictitious can be seen live on stage at pop culture festivals, comic cons, book conventions, and other events.

About Adron Buske

Adron Buske - 2018 Headshot - Photo by Adron Buske

Adron Buske is a speaker, writer, interviewer, and multimedia storyteller. A digital media professional since 2001, he spent 11 years in the radio industry as a digital creative director and corporate executive. He has worn many creative hats: video director, graphic designer, web developer, fashion photographer, performing musician, gaming festival organizer, and voice talent. Adron is a frequent speaker at pop culture conventions around the country, presenting seminars about entertainment careers, the craft of storytelling, and ways to power-up your life using concepts from gaming and fiction. Along with hosting Fictitious, where he talks with authors about the storytelling craft of Science Fiction and Fantasy, he has been the host of the Nerd For A Living Podcast, interviewing actors, filmmakers, animators, comic creators, and other entertainment professionals. Adron lives near St. Louis, MO, with his brilliant wife, Wendy, her autistic brother, John, and their feisty terrier, Domino.