THE LAST KNOCK presents: Interview with Ron Shaw

The Last KnockRon Shaw is a writer, author, poet, podcaster, retiree, husband, father, and the man behind Ron Shaw Media. We discuss his latest horror novel, “Uya” and its Native American origins besides bigfoot, ducks in trees, land sharks, and the haunted Victorian trunk in his garage.

Take a look at Ron’s tremendous body of work  at his author’s page on Amazon, and don’t forget to follow him on Twitter.

This episode’s SCREAM OUTS from Twitter: 

@palkodesigns @JonnyNumb @Kent_Harper @livF2 @vanyavetto @1Brandonwyse

Get Ron Shaw’s Uya with a cover from Palko Designs.

16 Replies to “THE LAST KNOCK presents: Interview with Ron Shaw”

  1. Bill, thank you so much for having me on with you. Without a doubt, THE LAST KNOCK is the premeir podcast out there, and you, my good friend, are why it soars above the pack. It’s an honor and a blessing to know you.

    1. It’s amazing guests like you that make the show a success, my friend.

      Thank you so much for the comments and for coming on.

      Any time you want to come back, just let me know. The door is always open for you…

  2. It’s great to hear Ron on the other side of the microphone. I do believe he set records way beyond what he accuses us of on his show. LOL And you guys should all come to Oregon and I can introduce you to the original Bigfoot. He and Farloft are good friends.

    1. Theresa, I’ll book my flight right now! I’m glad you enjoyed the show, but Ron makes it easy. Thank you so much for listening!

  3. This was fun!
    Ron is just as witty and funny here as he is in his tweets. Ron, you are a terrific guy, and I really enjoyed your discussion with Billy Crash here on the podcast. I loved all the anecdotes and the explanation of Uya, which I look forward to learning more about.
    By the way, the Uya poster by Greg Palko indeed rocks! Beautiful work!
    Crash, you really did a fine job hosting such an entertaining hour and a very talented guy like Ron. Another great show!

    1. Guy, you are far too kind, buddy! Interviewing Ron is a cinch because he’s a bundle of entertainment wrapped up in human form. I just introduce the show and let him run wild! He’s such a great storyteller, it’s no wonder his books and poetry do so well.

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