John Vizcarra is known as BigJohn 
- When compared to smaller Johns, as in Linnell, Flansburgh or Hodgman.
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Yesterday in Siglerism...
- 2019: Episode 40 of Earthcore (3rd edition, 2017) is released into the podcast feed
- 2017: European Tour: Paris Book Fair, Paris, France
- 2015: The post And now, fishing... is blogged
- 2013: Episode 24 of The MVP is released into the podcast feed
- 2007: Episode 22.5 BONUS EPISODE of The Rookie (Adult Version) is released into the podcast feed
- 2005: Episode 1 of Earthcore (2nd edition, 2005) is released into the podcast feed
On this day in Siglerism...
- 2018: Episode 24 of Alone is released into the podcast feed
- 2017: European Tour: Leipzig Book Fair, Leipzig, Germany
- 2012: Episode 22 of The All-Pro is released into the podcast feed
- 2008: Episode 4 of Infected is released in the podcast feed.
- 2008: Episode 20 of Nocturnal (1st edition) is released into the podcast feed
Tomorrow in Siglerism...
- 2018: Attorney Ruth Carter interviews Scott Sigler to discuss his productivity secrets and what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur.
- 2017: European Tour: Alt-Berliner Wirtshaus am Brandenburger Tor, Berlin, Germany
- 2017: Episode 31 of Pandemic is released into the podcast feed
- 2014: The MVP is released as audiobook
- 2012: Scott Sigler is interviewed on the SciFi Diner Podcast, episode 129, part 2
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Scott Sigler wrote his first monster story in the third grade and hasn't stopped since. A creator of novels, short stories and screenplays, Scott's work revolves around modern science's dichotomy of simultaneously producing good and evil.
Scott reinvented book publishing when he released EarthCore as the world's first podcast-only novel. Released in twenty weekly episodes, EarthCore harkened back to the days of serialized radio fiction and picked up 10,000 subscribers along the way.
Ancestor, drew 30,000 listeners and saw 700,000 episodes downloaded by fans. The Ancestor buzz caused Sirius Satellite Radio to pick up the novel, making it the first audiobook serialized on the satellite network.
Scott's innovative use of technology puts him at the forefront of modern-day publishing, and has garnered brand-name exposure among hundreds of thousands of fiction fans and technology buffs. He's been covered in the Washington Post, Business Week, CNET, The Book Standard, MacWorld and the nationally syndicated radio show The Dragon Page.
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Deep below a desolate Utah mountain lies the largest platinum deposit ever discovered. A billion-dollar find, it waits for any company that can drill a world’s record, three-mile-deep mine shaft. EarthCore is the company with the technology, the resources and the guts to go after the mother lode. Young executive Connell Kirkland is the company’s driving force, pushing himself and those around him to uncover the massive treasure.
But at three miles below the surface, where the rocks are so hot they burn bare skin, something has been waiting for centuries. Waiting … and guarding. Kirkland and EarthCore are about to find out firsthand why this treasure has never been unearthed.
He won two Galaxy Bowls with the Jupiter Jacks at the peak of his career. After three straight losing seasons, the aging quarterback was traded to the Bord Brigands. After just one season, he was traded to the Tier 2 Ionath Krakens. After leading the Krakens for a few years, he assumed the role of mentor to Ionath's hotshot rookie quarterback Quentin Barnes, until he was traded back to the Jupiter Jacks.
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