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This is the monthly Science Fiction and Short story discussion podcast where we dive in deep and see what we can learn about ourselves and the world. Every month we cover a different short story with a guest. Our guests range from writers and editors, to academics, businessmen, scientists, musicians, and everything in between.

Latest Episodes

Andrew Dana Hudson's "Under the Grid" with Sarena Ulibarri

This episode we discuss "Under the Grid" by Andrew Dana Hudson with our guest Sarena Ulibarri. Sarena is a writer and the Editor-in-Chief of World Weaver Press. We discuss Solarpunk, economics in Science Fiction, and emojis among other topics. Our guest co-host is TJ Berry, author of Space Unicorn Blues and it's sequel Five Unicorn Flush. You can find the book Weight of Light here: https://csi.asu.edu/books/weight/ Books Reviewed: Junction by Daniel Benson

62 MIN1 weeks ago
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Andrew Dana Hudson's "Under the Grid" with Sarena Ulibarri

Episode 23: KJ Parker's "Portrait of the Artist" with Scott H. Andrews

This episode we discuss "Portrait of the artist" by KJ Parker with our guest Scott H. Andrews, Editor-in-Chief, and publisher of Beneath Ceaseless Skies. We discuss aesthetics, short fiction in fantasy, and character driven stories among other topics. Our guest co-host is TJ Berry, author of Five Unicorn Flush. You can find "Portait of the Artist"on September 26th, here: http://www.beneath-ceaseless-skies.com/

76 MINSEP 11
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Episode 23: KJ Parker's "Portrait of the Artist" with Scott H. Andrews

ReaderCon 2019: Part 4 with Jame Patrick Kelly & Sarah Pinsker

This is the fourth and final installment of a series of interviews conducted at ReaderCon 2019. In this episode we discuss sexbots and a new collection of stories with James Patrick Kelly. Then we discuss touring, music, and writing with Sarah Pinsker. Finally, we debrief with Chris about his first every SF Con.

45 MINSEP 3
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ReaderCon 2019: Part 4 with Jame Patrick Kelly & Sarah Pinsker

ReaderCon 2019: Part 3 with Tananarive Due

This is the third of a series of interviews conducted at ReaderCon 2019. In this episode we discuss Tananarive's career, music, movies, and history with the author, academic, and journalist herself.

25 MINAUG 14
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ReaderCon 2019: Part 3 with Tananarive Due

ReaderCon 2019: Part 2 with Scott H. Andrews & Matthew Kressel

This is the second of a series of interviews conducted at ReaderCon 2019. In this episode we discuss ReaderCon memories and politics in Science Fiction & Fantasy with Scott H. Andrews and Matthew Kressel.

59 MINAUG 1
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ReaderCon 2019: Part 2 with Scott H. Andrews & Matthew Kressel

ReaderCon 2019: Part 1 with RJ Theodore and Bill Campbell

This is the first of a series of interviews conducted at ReaderCon 2019. In this episode we discuss podcasting and writing with RJ Theodore (also known as Rekka Jay). We also talk to editor, writer, publisher Bill Campbell about this origin story as well as his new anthology Sunspot Jungle. Our friend and sound guy Christopher Snydroski also gets a little air time about what he expects from his first science fiction convention.

39 MINJUL 25
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ReaderCon 2019: Part 1 with RJ Theodore and Bill Campbell

Rebecca Roanhorse's "Your Authentic Indian Experience TM" with Grace Dillon

EThis episode we discuss "Your Authentic Indian Experience TM" by Rebecca Roanhorse with our guest Dr. Grace Dillon. Grace is a professor of Literature at Portland University, as well as an editor, and all around mover and shaker in the SFF community. We discuss cultural appropriation, Indigenous Peoples, Virtual Reality, among other topics. You can find "Your Authentic Indian Experience TM" here: https://www.apex-magazine.com/welcome-to-your-authentic-indian-experience/

92 MINJUN 17
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Rebecca Roanhorse's "Your Authentic Indian Experience TM" with Grace Dillon

Flash Fiction with Josh Hrala and Patrick Morris of The Arcanist

EIn this episode, we explore flash fiction and future trends in Science Fiction with Josh Hrala and Patrick Morris, the editors of Pittsburgh based Flash Fiction Magazine The Arcanist. Stories include "Jed Thule is a Coward" by Brad Preslar and "Throwing Static" by JW Bell. Both stories can be found at The Arcanist: https://thearcanist.io/about. Reviews include Hearts of Tabat by Cat Rambo

64 MINMAY 5
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Flash Fiction with Josh Hrala and Patrick Morris of The Arcanist

CL Moore's "Shambleau" with Cat Rambo & Diane Morrison

EIn this episode we discuss CL Moore's story "Shambleau" with authors Cat Rambo and Diane Morrison. We also discuss cross genre fiction, life after death, and feminism. Book reviewed: The Witch Who Came In From The Cold by MAx Gladstone, Lindsay Smith, Ian Tregillis, Cassandra Rose Clarke, and Michael Swanwick You can also find the story here: "Shambleau" - http://blogs.iac.gatech.edu/mars1102/files/2016/01/Moore-Shambleau.pdf

63 MINAPR 5
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CL Moore's "Shambleau" with Cat Rambo & Diane Morrison

Brooke Bolander's "And You Shall Know Her By The Trail Of Dead" with Dan Moren

EIn this episode we discuss "And You Shall Know Her By The Trail Of Dead" by Brooke Bolander with our guest Dan Moren an author, journalist, and podcaster. We also discuss the art of swearing, cyberpunk, and famous character duos. We review The Strange Bird by Jeff Vandermeer and October Country by Ray Bradbury. Here's where you can find everything: The story: http://www.lightspeedmagazine.com/fiction/shall-know-trail-dead/ Dan Moren: https://dmoren.com/

55 MINMAR 5
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Brooke Bolander's "And You Shall Know Her By The Trail Of Dead" with Dan Moren

Latest Episodes

Andrew Dana Hudson's "Under the Grid" with Sarena Ulibarri

This episode we discuss "Under the Grid" by Andrew Dana Hudson with our guest Sarena Ulibarri. Sarena is a writer and the Editor-in-Chief of World Weaver Press. We discuss Solarpunk, economics in Science Fiction, and emojis among other topics. Our guest co-host is TJ Berry, author of Space Unicorn Blues and it's sequel Five Unicorn Flush. You can find the book Weight of Light here: https://csi.asu.edu/books/weight/ Books Reviewed: Junction by Daniel Benson

62 MIN1 weeks ago
Comments
Andrew Dana Hudson's "Under the Grid" with Sarena Ulibarri

Episode 23: KJ Parker's "Portrait of the Artist" with Scott H. Andrews

This episode we discuss "Portrait of the artist" by KJ Parker with our guest Scott H. Andrews, Editor-in-Chief, and publisher of Beneath Ceaseless Skies. We discuss aesthetics, short fiction in fantasy, and character driven stories among other topics. Our guest co-host is TJ Berry, author of Five Unicorn Flush. You can find "Portait of the Artist"on September 26th, here: http://www.beneath-ceaseless-skies.com/

76 MINSEP 11
Comments
Episode 23: KJ Parker's "Portrait of the Artist" with Scott H. Andrews

ReaderCon 2019: Part 4 with Jame Patrick Kelly & Sarah Pinsker

This is the fourth and final installment of a series of interviews conducted at ReaderCon 2019. In this episode we discuss sexbots and a new collection of stories with James Patrick Kelly. Then we discuss touring, music, and writing with Sarah Pinsker. Finally, we debrief with Chris about his first every SF Con.

45 MINSEP 3
Comments
ReaderCon 2019: Part 4 with Jame Patrick Kelly & Sarah Pinsker

ReaderCon 2019: Part 3 with Tananarive Due

This is the third of a series of interviews conducted at ReaderCon 2019. In this episode we discuss Tananarive's career, music, movies, and history with the author, academic, and journalist herself.

25 MINAUG 14
Comments
ReaderCon 2019: Part 3 with Tananarive Due

ReaderCon 2019: Part 2 with Scott H. Andrews & Matthew Kressel

This is the second of a series of interviews conducted at ReaderCon 2019. In this episode we discuss ReaderCon memories and politics in Science Fiction & Fantasy with Scott H. Andrews and Matthew Kressel.

59 MINAUG 1
Comments
ReaderCon 2019: Part 2 with Scott H. Andrews & Matthew Kressel

ReaderCon 2019: Part 1 with RJ Theodore and Bill Campbell

This is the first of a series of interviews conducted at ReaderCon 2019. In this episode we discuss podcasting and writing with RJ Theodore (also known as Rekka Jay). We also talk to editor, writer, publisher Bill Campbell about this origin story as well as his new anthology Sunspot Jungle. Our friend and sound guy Christopher Snydroski also gets a little air time about what he expects from his first science fiction convention.

39 MINJUL 25
Comments
ReaderCon 2019: Part 1 with RJ Theodore and Bill Campbell

Rebecca Roanhorse's "Your Authentic Indian Experience TM" with Grace Dillon

EThis episode we discuss "Your Authentic Indian Experience TM" by Rebecca Roanhorse with our guest Dr. Grace Dillon. Grace is a professor of Literature at Portland University, as well as an editor, and all around mover and shaker in the SFF community. We discuss cultural appropriation, Indigenous Peoples, Virtual Reality, among other topics. You can find "Your Authentic Indian Experience TM" here: https://www.apex-magazine.com/welcome-to-your-authentic-indian-experience/

92 MINJUN 17
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Rebecca Roanhorse's "Your Authentic Indian Experience TM" with Grace Dillon

Flash Fiction with Josh Hrala and Patrick Morris of The Arcanist

EIn this episode, we explore flash fiction and future trends in Science Fiction with Josh Hrala and Patrick Morris, the editors of Pittsburgh based Flash Fiction Magazine The Arcanist. Stories include "Jed Thule is a Coward" by Brad Preslar and "Throwing Static" by JW Bell. Both stories can be found at The Arcanist: https://thearcanist.io/about. Reviews include Hearts of Tabat by Cat Rambo

64 MINMAY 5
Comments
Flash Fiction with Josh Hrala and Patrick Morris of The Arcanist

CL Moore's "Shambleau" with Cat Rambo & Diane Morrison

EIn this episode we discuss CL Moore's story "Shambleau" with authors Cat Rambo and Diane Morrison. We also discuss cross genre fiction, life after death, and feminism. Book reviewed: The Witch Who Came In From The Cold by MAx Gladstone, Lindsay Smith, Ian Tregillis, Cassandra Rose Clarke, and Michael Swanwick You can also find the story here: "Shambleau" - http://blogs.iac.gatech.edu/mars1102/files/2016/01/Moore-Shambleau.pdf

63 MINAPR 5
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CL Moore's "Shambleau" with Cat Rambo & Diane Morrison

Brooke Bolander's "And You Shall Know Her By The Trail Of Dead" with Dan Moren

EIn this episode we discuss "And You Shall Know Her By The Trail Of Dead" by Brooke Bolander with our guest Dan Moren an author, journalist, and podcaster. We also discuss the art of swearing, cyberpunk, and famous character duos. We review The Strange Bird by Jeff Vandermeer and October Country by Ray Bradbury. Here's where you can find everything: The story: http://www.lightspeedmagazine.com/fiction/shall-know-trail-dead/ Dan Moren: https://dmoren.com/

55 MINMAR 5
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Brooke Bolander's "And You Shall Know Her By The Trail Of Dead" with Dan Moren