Want to work with, write about, interview, invite out or mail stuff to Scott?

The Eyebrow of Døøm awaits youThanks so much for your interest in Scott and his work.

Without exception, the best way to submit a request is to email media@scottsigler.com.

Emailing Scott directly can cause delays in getting your request addressed. Requests tweeted, Facebooked, G+-ed, YouTubed, LinkedIn-ed or otherwise submitted through social media may not be received and should be redirected to submit to this email address.

Owing to Scott’s writing schedule, he is currently essentially unavailable for guest blogging, pro bono writing or guest audio work. Queries are welcome, but understand in advance it’s unlikely Scott will be able to accommodate these requests.

If you are interested in hiring Scott to write fiction or non-fiction or do audio work for you, please include the following details in your request: your name and contact information; desired topic, theme, or genre; suggested length and deadline for submission and payment rates and timelines.

Please note advanced notice of at least ninety days gives us the best chance to incorporate requests into Scott’s schedule. As early as possible is best.

As above, owing to Scott’s writing schedule and obligations as a publisher, he is essentially unable to read unsolicited works, and cannot comment on a work without reading it first. Any requests for blurbs must be routed through Byrd Leavell at Waxman Leavell Literary Agency. Please note that contacting Scott directly will not circumvent this process, regardless of what Scott says when you ask.

Scott is available for interviews as his writing schedule permits. Due to the nature of his writing habits, email interviews are generally best as he is better able to incorporate these into his workday. Interviews by phone or by Skype are also available if more limited.

When submitting your interview request, please provide the following information: your name and contact information, what publication you’re interviewing Scott on behalf of, the expected time commitment and deadline, and what format you’d like (email, Skype, or phone.) In-person interviews are infrequently available due to scheduling constraints, but are somewhat more likely (with advance notice) at conventions and during book tours). If your request is urgent and/or time-sensitive, please note that in the subject line of your email.

Please note Scott receives many requests from students working on school projects, and new writers seeking advice and is unfortunately unable to address them all individually. It is best if you first take a peek at the About section, for information on Scott’s podcasting past, advice for writers, and general information about Scott himself.

Scott is available for general appearances, guest appearances at conferences and conventions, and speaking engagements. Frequent topics include writing, science in science fiction, podcasting, building an audience using social media, independent publishing, and pop culture.

Scott attends several conventions and conferences each year, including writing and publishing conferences, science festivals, science fiction and horror conventions and we’re happy to consider having him attending yours.

Unless the appearance is local, hosts are expected to pay for travel expenses and if applicable, appearance fees. Appearance fees are dependent on the nature of the hosting event, and are determined on a case-by-case basis. Educational outreach opportunities are especially welcomed, as are opportunities to give back to service men and women.

When submitting your appearance request, please provide the following information: your name and contact information, date and time of the event, and details about the hosting organization.

Please note advanced notice of at least ninety days gives us the best chance to incorporate appearances into Scott’s schedule. As early as possible is best.

You can see the current list of Scott’s appearances here.

Please review submission guidelines here.

Scott does not accept unsolicited materials for review. Any manuscripts or books sent to him will be discarded unread, and will not be tracked or returned.

Scott is unable to accept any foodstuffs or packages containing snacks or candy. These will be discarded untouched.

If you wish to mail something to be signed and returned, Scott would be happy to accommodate. Please first drop us a line so we may provide the appropriate shipping address and information.

All other mail should be sent to the following address:

Dark Øverlord Media
2131 Pan America Plaza
San Diego, CA 92101

If your request is not covered here, please drop us a line with your request and information.

This information and it’s format owes a spiritual debt to John Scalzi’s graceful administrivia and we are grateful for the guidance.

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  1. Carnie

    I┬áhavn’t seen Hangover 2

    I havn’t seen Hangover 2 but I haven’t heard anything good about it either. its sad when people try to cash in on the plublic like they do…money hungry bastages…. 


    Does someone go into the park and, uh… lift up the dinosaurs’ skirts?

  2. jmeiii

    Entertaining, But Save Your Money

    I saw this opening weekend and it is the same movie basically. I figured this would be the case but i decided to give it a go anyway. I was entertained by it and I liked the Bangkok backdrop, but I think I’d have been better off waiting for the movie to arrive on HBO. I suggest those of you who haven’t seen it do the same.

  3. DragonRiderOfPernEatenByAncestors

    It was not as good as the first flick…

    The only character I could not stand was the younger brother/brother-in-law. He was just creepy to me. His problems with kids, school zones, and bodies just through me off. I hope the character dies a honorable death with the Cho character defending each other. Scar face like in the third flick.

    The Irishman from Ohio

  4. Mr_Fahrenheit

    I heard it was basically the same movie and decided to pass

    — Death, chaos and mayhem, the music of the night