John Walker: Knight of the Roundtable Podcast

Sir John Walker, Knight of the Roundtable Podcast

Sir John Walker, Knight of the Roundtable Podcast

(Listen to John’s Knighting Ceremony here…)

John Walker has been reading since he was two and writing for fun at the tender age of 10. He’s been working in the dull drudgery of the real world for many years, getting through each day in the real world by the skin of his teeth.

However, there was always a world within him, struggling to get out, to make itself known to all who would but read.

It was only recently when he took his destiny into his own hands and wrung from the keys that very world, where gods and mortals are not as separated as we think, and one man must stand against them all. With his first published work, “The Sincerest Form of Flattery”, John introduced us to private detective Tom Statford, a gumshoe who happens to work for, with, and sometimes against deities of yore.

However, one book wasn’t enough, as he released “Parts of the Whole”, fleshing out the world of Tom Statford through the eyes of those who know him best.

With his latest work, “In The Details”, John needed a bit of help to bring out the story. With Dave Robison, Brion Humphrey and Myke Cole, John conjured up a story about the Devil, love, betrayal, and redemption the likes not seen outside the works of a very good bearded playwright.

It is with great humility that he accepts the Order of the Roundtable Podcast, and will always write the best he can to be deserving of such an honor.


About Author

Dave Robison has indulged in creative pursuits his entire life. His CV includes writing Curious George fan-fiction at the age of eight, improv theater at age ten, playing trumpet at age twelve, as well as a theater degree, creating magazine cover art, writing audio scripts, designing websites, creating board games, hosting mythological roundtables and generally savoring the sweet drought of expression in all its forms. His years of exploration give him a unique, informed, and eloquent perspective on the art of storytelling.


  1. You guys couldn’t have done a better job on this. I was gleeful listening to it. It was amazing! Ha ha ha, soooo good. Way to go gents in helping a story come into the world – and on this episode. It’s production made it a DELIGHT! Also, it was really fun to hear Brion masterfully speak in a theatrical voice. We’ve heard he did radio drama with Dave back in the day, but now we can get a taste of the talent just waiting to be released again! Excellent episode guys, I look forward to more and being in one myself.

  2. Martin Spernau on

    That ceremony was so great 🙂

    And, to celebrate first Roundtable Knight, I went and bought the book in question. Actually, I’d love to know if this episode had any visible impact on sales of the book?

    • Well, a few more sales, yes, plus it spurred me to do a dead tree version. Thanks for tuning in to the ceremony; I had a complete blast! I hope you like the book; the first is in both versions (electronic and dead tree). In The Details will be available in a couple of weeks in paperback, with cover art by the awesome Starla Huchton. Seriously, I hope I’m always worthy of her awesome cover art.