Podcasts Episode 84: Live with Gary K. Wolfe and Elizabeth Hand 15 January, 2012 4 Comments This week Elizabeth Hand joins us to discuss her two new novels, Available Dark and Radiant Days, as well as much more. As always, we hope you enjoy the podcast! Previous Post Next Post You may also like 10 February, 2013 Episode 134: On digital texts 30 August, 2013 Episode 157: Live with Ellen Datlow 27 February, 2016 Coode Street Roundtable 2: Charlie Jane Anders’ All the Birds in the Sky 4 Comments Great podcast, as always. Liz Hand, who sounds like a lovely person, sounds like a writer I might not have the tools or knowledge to really “grok”. This inspired a meme I posted on twitter to the effect. I might not be enough of a creative to understand all of the allusions she uses, from the sounds of it. (Even if I am a 6th rate amateur photographer)… Really enjoyable podcast; Elizabeth hand is an excellent guest. In the vein of mockumentaries about the history of flight, not to mention film/photography, I highly recommend Forgotten Silver by Costa Botes & Peter Jackson (yes, that Peter Jackson). Just delightful. It was originally showed on NZ television in a documentary slot which caused no small amount of confusion. Not so much a comment about this episode, as I am still twenty-odd episodes behind, but on the podcast in general. If you meander over to my blog, you’ll see an entry “2012: The Year in Shorts”. I’ve been averaging 2-4 short works a night, inspired by the comments and discussion on the New Wave, women in SF, and more that have filled past episodes. Rambling? Phah. Masterclass discussions of my favorite stuff. Pingback: SF Tidbits for 1/16/12 - SF Signal – A Speculative Fiction Blog Leave a Reply Cancel reply Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *Comment Name * Email * Website This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.