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The Podcast from Science Fiction in San Francisco – A perfect fit. Located in the City, we host a monthly series of author readings from the science fiction, fantasy, horror, and genre literary fields, hosted by Terry Bisson. In partnership with the Balboa Theatre, we also host a monthly movie, the last Wed. of the month.

Latest Episodes

November 2019: Charlie Jane Anders and Annalee Newitz

EThis episode features two of the Bay Area’s most fascinating and entertaining authors, Charlie Jane Anders and Annalee Newitz, in conversation and Q&A with the audience, moderated by author and editor Terry Bisson. CHARLIE JANE ANDERS has written several novels. In 2005, she received the Lambda Literary Award for work in the transgender category, and in 2009, the Emperor Norton Award. Her 2011 novelette “Six Months, Three Days” won the 2012 Hugo and was a finalist for the Nebula and Theodore Sturgeon Awards. Her 2016 novel All the Birds in the Sky was listed No. 5 on Time magazine’s “Top 10 Novels” of 2016, won the 2017 Nebula Award for Best Novel, the 2017 Crawford Award, and the 2017 Locus Award for Best Fantasy Novel; it was also a finalist for the 2017 Hugo Award for Best Novel. Her new book is The City In the Middle of the Night, published by Tor books. ANNALEE NEWITZ is an American journalist, editor, and author of both fiction and nonfiction. They have written for the periodicals Popular Science and Wired. From 1999 to 2008 they wrote a syndicated weekly column called Techsploitation, and from 2000 to 2004 they were the culture editor of the San Francisco Bay Guardian. In 2004 they became a policy analyst at the Electronic Frontier Foundation. From 2008 to 2015 they were Editor-in-Chief of Gawker-owned media venture io9, and subsequently its direct descendant Gizmodo, Gawker’s design and technology blog. As of 2019, they are a contributing opinion writer at The New York Times. Their new book is The Future of Another Timeline, published by Tor Books. Together, Charlie Jane and Annalee Newitz won the 2019 Hugo "Best Fancast" Award for their podcast. Our Opinions Are Correct.

60 MINJAN 13
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November 2019: Charlie Jane Anders and Annalee Newitz

October 2019: Garth Nix

EAn Evening with Garth Nix, with readings from his new book, "Angle Mage," with Q&A moderated by Terry Bisson Recorded Wednesday, October 2nd at the American Bookbinders Museum in San Francisco. Garths Brooks is one of the most popular young adult novelists in the genre field. His books include the Old Kingdom fantasy series, comprising Sabriel, Lirael, Abhorsen, Clariel and Goldenhand; SF novels Shade’s Children and A Confusion of Princes; and a Regency romance with magic, Newt’s Emerald. His novels for children include The Ragwitch; the six books of The Seventh Tower sequence; The Keys to the Kingdom series and others. He has co-written several books with Sean Williams, including the Troubletwisters series; Spirit Animals Book Three: Blood Ties; Have Sword, Will Travel; and the forthcoming sequel Let Sleeping Dragons Lie. A contributor to many anthologies and magazines, Garths selected short fiction has been collected in Across the Wall and To Hold the Bridge. More than five million copies of his books have been sold around the world, they have appeared on the bestseller lists of The New York Times, Publishers Weekly and USA Today and his work has been translated into 42 languages. His most recent book is Frogkisser! now being developed as a film by Twentieth Century Fox/Blue Sky Animation.

82 MIN2019 NOV 11
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October 2019: Garth Nix

September 2019: Hannu Rajaniemi & Christopher Brown

EWe're back after skipping August for Worldcon! HANNU RAJANIEMI is a Finnish author of science fiction and fantasy, who writes in both English and Finnish. He holds a BSc in Mathematics from the University of Oulu, a Certificate of Advanced Study in Mathematics from the University of Cambridge, and a PhD in Mathematical Physics from the University of Edinburgh. Early works included his first published short story “Shibuya no Love” in 2003 and his short story “Deus Ex Homine” in Nova Scotia, a 2005 anthology of Scottish science fiction and fantasy. His debut novel, The Quantum Thief, was published in September 2010 by Gollancz in Britain and was published in 2011 by Tor Books in the U.S. The novel was been nominated for the 2011 Locus Award for Best First Novel. A further two books in the series, The Fractal Prince, and The Causal Angel, were published by Gollancz in the UK, and Tor in the U.S. CHRISTOPHER BROWN is a writer and lawyer living in Austin, Texas. His 2017 debut novel, Tropic of Kansas, was a finalist for the John W. Campbell Award for best science fiction novel of the year. His current novel, Rule of Capture, is just out from Harper Voyager. Brown’s shorter work—stories, nonfiction, and criticism—has appeared in a wide variety of magazines and anthologies. Brown was a 2013 World Fantasy Award nominee for the anthology he co-edited, Three Messages and a Warning: Contemporary Mexican Short Stories of the Fantastic.

87 MIN2019 NOV 3
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September 2019: Hannu Rajaniemi & Christopher Brown

July 2019: Vylar Kaftan & Megan O’Keefe

EVYLAR KAFTAN writes speculative fiction of all genres, including science fiction, fantasy, horror, and slipstream. She won a 2013 Nebula Award for her novella The Weight of the Sunrise, and a 2013 Sidewise Award for Short-Form Alternate History. She was also nominated for a 2010 Nebula Award for her short story, “I’m Alive, I Love You, I’ll See You in Reno”. Her stories have appeared in Lightspeed, Strange Horizons, Asimov’s, and Clarkesworld. MEGAN O’KEEFE was raised amongst journalists, and as soon as she was able joined them by crafting a newsletter which chronicled the daily adventures of the local cat population. She has worked in both arts management and graphic design, and spends her free time tinkering with anything she can get her hands on. Megan lives in the Bay Area of California. She’s won the Gemmell Morningstar Award for her fantasy debut, Steal the Sky. This episode is moderated by author Cliff Winnig.

60 MIN2019 JUL 30
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July 2019: Vylar Kaftan & Megan O’Keefe

June 2019: Loren Rhoads, Nancy Etchemendy and E. M. Markoff: Tales for the Camp Fire

EIn November 2018, fire broke out on Camp Creek Road and soon raced through Butte County, California. By the time the fire was finally extinguished, the town of Paradise had been scoured from the map. Nearly 100 people were dead. Damage ran to an estimated $16 billion. The disaster has been named the Camp Fire, in memory of its place of origin. The horror writers of Northern California rallied to raise money for the survivors. Tales for the Camp Fire ranges from fairy tale to science fiction, from psychological terror to magical realism, from splatterpunk to black humor, all rounded out by a messed-up post-apocalyptic cookbook. Through these pages roam werewolves, serial killers, a handful of ghosts, plenty of zombies, Cthulhu cultists, mad scientists, and a pair of conjoined twins. Writers Loren Rhoads, Nancy Etchemendy and E. M. Markoff will read from their stories, and an audience Q&A follows the readings.

78 MIN2019 JUL 20
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June 2019: Loren Rhoads, Nancy Etchemendy and E. M. Markoff: Tales for the Camp Fire

April 2019: Peter Beagle and Jaymee Goh

EPETER S. BEAGLE is the internationally bestselling and beloved, author of numerous classic fantasy novels and collections, including The Last Unicorn, Tamsin, The Line Between, Sleight of Hand, Summerlong, In Calabria, and most recently, The Overneath. He is the editor of The Secret History of Fantasy and the co-editor of The Urban Fantasy Anthology. His newest release is The Unicorn Anthology, released this month. JAYMEE GOH is a writer, reviewer, editor, and essayist of science fiction and fantasy. Her work has been published in a number of science fiction and fantasy magazines and anthologies. She wrote the blog Silver Goggles, an exploration of postcolonial theory through steampunk, and has contributed to Tor.com, Racialicious.com, and Beyond Victoriana. She graduated from the Clarion Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers Workshop in 2016, and received her PhD in Comparative Literature from the University of California, Riverside, where she dissertated on steampunk and whiteness. ...

99 MIN2019 MAY 16
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April 2019: Peter Beagle and Jaymee Goh

March 2019: Nancy Kress and Jack Skillingstead

ENancy Kress is the author of 27 novels, three books on writing, four short story collections, and over 100 works of short fiction. While she never planned on becoming a writer, she started writing fiction in 1973, while pregnant with her second child; staying at home full-time with infants left her time to experiment! Her first story, “The Earth Dwellers,” appeared in Galaxy in 1976. Her first novel, The Prince of Morning Bells, appeared in 1981 from Pocket Books. Her fiction has won six Nebulas, two Hugos, a Sturgeon, and a John W. Campbell Memorial Award. Her work has been translated into Swedish, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Danish, Polish, Croatian, Korean, Lithuanian, Chinese, Romanian, Japanese, Russian, and Klingon, none of which she can read. She married to writer Jack Skillingstead, our other guest tonight. Jack Skillingstead submitted a story, in 2001, to Stephen King’s “On Writing” contest. He won — and began selling regularly to major science fiction and fantasy markets. To date he has published more than 40 stories in various magazines, Year’s Best volumes and original anthologies. Jack has also published two novels, Harbinger, which was nominated for a Locus Award for First Novel, and Life on the Preservation, which was a finalist for the Philip K. Dick Award. In addition, his story collection, Are You There and Other Stories was also nominated for a Locus Award for Best Collection. Jack’s short story “Dead Worlds” was short-listed for the Theodore Sturgeon Award. In 2019 The Chaos Function will appear from Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. Tonight's moderator is Jacob Weisman, founder of Tachyon Publications.

91 MIN2019 APR 27
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March 2019: Nancy Kress and Jack Skillingstead

February 2019: Anya Martin and Nick Mamatas

EReadings and Q&A with the authors: Anya Martin Anya is a fiction writer based in Atlanta. Sleeping with the Monster, her debut short story collection, was published by Lethe Press in autumn 2018. She is a storyteller in prose, comics and journalism whose passion is delving into the whimsical and bitter truths of reality through the lens of the Weird, horror, magical realism and spec-lit. Nick Mamatas Nick is the author of "six and a half novels" in the genres of American horror, science fiction and fantasy. His fiction has been nominated for a number of awards, including several Bram Stoker Awards. His short fiction has appeared in genre publications such as Asimov's Science Fiction and Tor.com, lit journals including New Haven Review and subTERRAIN, and anthologies such as Hint Fiction and Best American Mystery Stories 2013.

74 MIN2019 MAR 24
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February 2019: Anya Martin and Nick Mamatas

January 2019: Kim Stanley Robinson, Howard Hendrix, Cecelia Holland

ERecorded live at the American Bookbinders Museum in San Francisco on Sunday, January 20, 2019. There are three author readings followed by a discussion session. Hosted by Terry Bisson. KIM STANLEY ROBINSON is an American writer of science fiction. He has published 19 novels and many short stories but is best known for his Mars books. His work has been translated into 24 languages. Many of his novels and stories have ecological, cultural, and political themes running through them and feature scientists as heroes. Robinson has won numerous awards, including the Hugo Award for Best Novel, the Nebula Award for Best Novel and the World Fantasy Award. Robinson’s work has been labeled by The Atlantic as “the gold-standard of realistic, and highly literary, science-fiction writing.” According to an article in The New Yorker, Robinson is “generally acknowledged as one of the greatest living science-fiction writers.” HOWARD HENDRIX – Dr. Hendrix holds a Ph.D. and MA in English Literatur...

114 MIN2019 FEB 14
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January 2019: Kim Stanley Robinson, Howard Hendrix, Cecelia Holland

October 2018: Rudy Rucker and Greg Bossert

EReadings and discussions with Rudy Rucker and Greg Bossert. Rudy Rucker is a writer and a mathematician who worked for twenty years as a Silicon Valley computer science professor. He received the Philip K. Dick award for his early cyberpunk novel Software, and again for his Wetware. Software (1982) was perhaps the first SF novel where a human’s personality (the “software”) is transferred into a robot. His forty published books include novels, collections, and non-fiction books on the fourth dimension, infinity, and the meaning of computation. Rucker’s ground-breaking cyberpunk Ware series was republished in 2010 as The Ware Tetralogy, which can also be obtained as a free Creative Commons ebook online. Rucker’s 2007 novel, Postsingular was something of a return to the cyberpunk style. Gregory Norman Bossert won the World Fantasy Award for his short story “The Telling” in 2012; his story “Bloom” from Asimov’s Science Fiction, December 2013, was a finalist for the 2014 Theodo...

101 MIN2018 NOV 15
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October 2018: Rudy Rucker and Greg Bossert

Latest Episodes

November 2019: Charlie Jane Anders and Annalee Newitz

EThis episode features two of the Bay Area’s most fascinating and entertaining authors, Charlie Jane Anders and Annalee Newitz, in conversation and Q&A with the audience, moderated by author and editor Terry Bisson. CHARLIE JANE ANDERS has written several novels. In 2005, she received the Lambda Literary Award for work in the transgender category, and in 2009, the Emperor Norton Award. Her 2011 novelette “Six Months, Three Days” won the 2012 Hugo and was a finalist for the Nebula and Theodore Sturgeon Awards. Her 2016 novel All the Birds in the Sky was listed No. 5 on Time magazine’s “Top 10 Novels” of 2016, won the 2017 Nebula Award for Best Novel, the 2017 Crawford Award, and the 2017 Locus Award for Best Fantasy Novel; it was also a finalist for the 2017 Hugo Award for Best Novel. Her new book is The City In the Middle of the Night, published by Tor books. ANNALEE NEWITZ is an American journalist, editor, and author of both fiction and nonfiction. They have written for the periodicals Popular Science and Wired. From 1999 to 2008 they wrote a syndicated weekly column called Techsploitation, and from 2000 to 2004 they were the culture editor of the San Francisco Bay Guardian. In 2004 they became a policy analyst at the Electronic Frontier Foundation. From 2008 to 2015 they were Editor-in-Chief of Gawker-owned media venture io9, and subsequently its direct descendant Gizmodo, Gawker’s design and technology blog. As of 2019, they are a contributing opinion writer at The New York Times. Their new book is The Future of Another Timeline, published by Tor Books. Together, Charlie Jane and Annalee Newitz won the 2019 Hugo "Best Fancast" Award for their podcast. Our Opinions Are Correct.

60 MINJAN 13
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November 2019: Charlie Jane Anders and Annalee Newitz

October 2019: Garth Nix

EAn Evening with Garth Nix, with readings from his new book, "Angle Mage," with Q&A moderated by Terry Bisson Recorded Wednesday, October 2nd at the American Bookbinders Museum in San Francisco. Garths Brooks is one of the most popular young adult novelists in the genre field. His books include the Old Kingdom fantasy series, comprising Sabriel, Lirael, Abhorsen, Clariel and Goldenhand; SF novels Shade’s Children and A Confusion of Princes; and a Regency romance with magic, Newt’s Emerald. His novels for children include The Ragwitch; the six books of The Seventh Tower sequence; The Keys to the Kingdom series and others. He has co-written several books with Sean Williams, including the Troubletwisters series; Spirit Animals Book Three: Blood Ties; Have Sword, Will Travel; and the forthcoming sequel Let Sleeping Dragons Lie. A contributor to many anthologies and magazines, Garths selected short fiction has been collected in Across the Wall and To Hold the Bridge. More than five million copies of his books have been sold around the world, they have appeared on the bestseller lists of The New York Times, Publishers Weekly and USA Today and his work has been translated into 42 languages. His most recent book is Frogkisser! now being developed as a film by Twentieth Century Fox/Blue Sky Animation.

82 MIN2019 NOV 11
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October 2019: Garth Nix

September 2019: Hannu Rajaniemi & Christopher Brown

EWe're back after skipping August for Worldcon! HANNU RAJANIEMI is a Finnish author of science fiction and fantasy, who writes in both English and Finnish. He holds a BSc in Mathematics from the University of Oulu, a Certificate of Advanced Study in Mathematics from the University of Cambridge, and a PhD in Mathematical Physics from the University of Edinburgh. Early works included his first published short story “Shibuya no Love” in 2003 and his short story “Deus Ex Homine” in Nova Scotia, a 2005 anthology of Scottish science fiction and fantasy. His debut novel, The Quantum Thief, was published in September 2010 by Gollancz in Britain and was published in 2011 by Tor Books in the U.S. The novel was been nominated for the 2011 Locus Award for Best First Novel. A further two books in the series, The Fractal Prince, and The Causal Angel, were published by Gollancz in the UK, and Tor in the U.S. CHRISTOPHER BROWN is a writer and lawyer living in Austin, Texas. His 2017 debut novel, Tropic of Kansas, was a finalist for the John W. Campbell Award for best science fiction novel of the year. His current novel, Rule of Capture, is just out from Harper Voyager. Brown’s shorter work—stories, nonfiction, and criticism—has appeared in a wide variety of magazines and anthologies. Brown was a 2013 World Fantasy Award nominee for the anthology he co-edited, Three Messages and a Warning: Contemporary Mexican Short Stories of the Fantastic.

87 MIN2019 NOV 3
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September 2019: Hannu Rajaniemi & Christopher Brown

July 2019: Vylar Kaftan & Megan O’Keefe

EVYLAR KAFTAN writes speculative fiction of all genres, including science fiction, fantasy, horror, and slipstream. She won a 2013 Nebula Award for her novella The Weight of the Sunrise, and a 2013 Sidewise Award for Short-Form Alternate History. She was also nominated for a 2010 Nebula Award for her short story, “I’m Alive, I Love You, I’ll See You in Reno”. Her stories have appeared in Lightspeed, Strange Horizons, Asimov’s, and Clarkesworld. MEGAN O’KEEFE was raised amongst journalists, and as soon as she was able joined them by crafting a newsletter which chronicled the daily adventures of the local cat population. She has worked in both arts management and graphic design, and spends her free time tinkering with anything she can get her hands on. Megan lives in the Bay Area of California. She’s won the Gemmell Morningstar Award for her fantasy debut, Steal the Sky. This episode is moderated by author Cliff Winnig.

60 MIN2019 JUL 30
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July 2019: Vylar Kaftan & Megan O’Keefe

June 2019: Loren Rhoads, Nancy Etchemendy and E. M. Markoff: Tales for the Camp Fire

EIn November 2018, fire broke out on Camp Creek Road and soon raced through Butte County, California. By the time the fire was finally extinguished, the town of Paradise had been scoured from the map. Nearly 100 people were dead. Damage ran to an estimated $16 billion. The disaster has been named the Camp Fire, in memory of its place of origin. The horror writers of Northern California rallied to raise money for the survivors. Tales for the Camp Fire ranges from fairy tale to science fiction, from psychological terror to magical realism, from splatterpunk to black humor, all rounded out by a messed-up post-apocalyptic cookbook. Through these pages roam werewolves, serial killers, a handful of ghosts, plenty of zombies, Cthulhu cultists, mad scientists, and a pair of conjoined twins. Writers Loren Rhoads, Nancy Etchemendy and E. M. Markoff will read from their stories, and an audience Q&A follows the readings.

78 MIN2019 JUL 20
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June 2019: Loren Rhoads, Nancy Etchemendy and E. M. Markoff: Tales for the Camp Fire

April 2019: Peter Beagle and Jaymee Goh

EPETER S. BEAGLE is the internationally bestselling and beloved, author of numerous classic fantasy novels and collections, including The Last Unicorn, Tamsin, The Line Between, Sleight of Hand, Summerlong, In Calabria, and most recently, The Overneath. He is the editor of The Secret History of Fantasy and the co-editor of The Urban Fantasy Anthology. His newest release is The Unicorn Anthology, released this month. JAYMEE GOH is a writer, reviewer, editor, and essayist of science fiction and fantasy. Her work has been published in a number of science fiction and fantasy magazines and anthologies. She wrote the blog Silver Goggles, an exploration of postcolonial theory through steampunk, and has contributed to Tor.com, Racialicious.com, and Beyond Victoriana. She graduated from the Clarion Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers Workshop in 2016, and received her PhD in Comparative Literature from the University of California, Riverside, where she dissertated on steampunk and whiteness. ...

99 MIN2019 MAY 16
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April 2019: Peter Beagle and Jaymee Goh

March 2019: Nancy Kress and Jack Skillingstead

ENancy Kress is the author of 27 novels, three books on writing, four short story collections, and over 100 works of short fiction. While she never planned on becoming a writer, she started writing fiction in 1973, while pregnant with her second child; staying at home full-time with infants left her time to experiment! Her first story, “The Earth Dwellers,” appeared in Galaxy in 1976. Her first novel, The Prince of Morning Bells, appeared in 1981 from Pocket Books. Her fiction has won six Nebulas, two Hugos, a Sturgeon, and a John W. Campbell Memorial Award. Her work has been translated into Swedish, French, Italian, German, Spanish, Danish, Polish, Croatian, Korean, Lithuanian, Chinese, Romanian, Japanese, Russian, and Klingon, none of which she can read. She married to writer Jack Skillingstead, our other guest tonight. Jack Skillingstead submitted a story, in 2001, to Stephen King’s “On Writing” contest. He won — and began selling regularly to major science fiction and fantasy markets. To date he has published more than 40 stories in various magazines, Year’s Best volumes and original anthologies. Jack has also published two novels, Harbinger, which was nominated for a Locus Award for First Novel, and Life on the Preservation, which was a finalist for the Philip K. Dick Award. In addition, his story collection, Are You There and Other Stories was also nominated for a Locus Award for Best Collection. Jack’s short story “Dead Worlds” was short-listed for the Theodore Sturgeon Award. In 2019 The Chaos Function will appear from Houghton Mifflin Harcourt. Tonight's moderator is Jacob Weisman, founder of Tachyon Publications.

91 MIN2019 APR 27
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March 2019: Nancy Kress and Jack Skillingstead

February 2019: Anya Martin and Nick Mamatas

EReadings and Q&A with the authors: Anya Martin Anya is a fiction writer based in Atlanta. Sleeping with the Monster, her debut short story collection, was published by Lethe Press in autumn 2018. She is a storyteller in prose, comics and journalism whose passion is delving into the whimsical and bitter truths of reality through the lens of the Weird, horror, magical realism and spec-lit. Nick Mamatas Nick is the author of "six and a half novels" in the genres of American horror, science fiction and fantasy. His fiction has been nominated for a number of awards, including several Bram Stoker Awards. His short fiction has appeared in genre publications such as Asimov's Science Fiction and Tor.com, lit journals including New Haven Review and subTERRAIN, and anthologies such as Hint Fiction and Best American Mystery Stories 2013.

74 MIN2019 MAR 24
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February 2019: Anya Martin and Nick Mamatas

January 2019: Kim Stanley Robinson, Howard Hendrix, Cecelia Holland

ERecorded live at the American Bookbinders Museum in San Francisco on Sunday, January 20, 2019. There are three author readings followed by a discussion session. Hosted by Terry Bisson. KIM STANLEY ROBINSON is an American writer of science fiction. He has published 19 novels and many short stories but is best known for his Mars books. His work has been translated into 24 languages. Many of his novels and stories have ecological, cultural, and political themes running through them and feature scientists as heroes. Robinson has won numerous awards, including the Hugo Award for Best Novel, the Nebula Award for Best Novel and the World Fantasy Award. Robinson’s work has been labeled by The Atlantic as “the gold-standard of realistic, and highly literary, science-fiction writing.” According to an article in The New Yorker, Robinson is “generally acknowledged as one of the greatest living science-fiction writers.” HOWARD HENDRIX – Dr. Hendrix holds a Ph.D. and MA in English Literatur...

114 MIN2019 FEB 14
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January 2019: Kim Stanley Robinson, Howard Hendrix, Cecelia Holland

October 2018: Rudy Rucker and Greg Bossert

EReadings and discussions with Rudy Rucker and Greg Bossert. Rudy Rucker is a writer and a mathematician who worked for twenty years as a Silicon Valley computer science professor. He received the Philip K. Dick award for his early cyberpunk novel Software, and again for his Wetware. Software (1982) was perhaps the first SF novel where a human’s personality (the “software”) is transferred into a robot. His forty published books include novels, collections, and non-fiction books on the fourth dimension, infinity, and the meaning of computation. Rucker’s ground-breaking cyberpunk Ware series was republished in 2010 as The Ware Tetralogy, which can also be obtained as a free Creative Commons ebook online. Rucker’s 2007 novel, Postsingular was something of a return to the cyberpunk style. Gregory Norman Bossert won the World Fantasy Award for his short story “The Telling” in 2012; his story “Bloom” from Asimov’s Science Fiction, December 2013, was a finalist for the 2014 Theodo...

101 MIN2018 NOV 15
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October 2018: Rudy Rucker and Greg Bossert
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