Episode 143: A journey from new SF to politicised editing

Once again our hardy commentators, Jonathan Strahan and Gary K. Wolfe, climbed the stairs to the Waldorf Room, high above the Coode Street Motel Six, took in the breathtaking views of the science fiction field that can only be seen from the Gernsback Bar, and held forth on matters SFnal, including new and recent SF, awards and anthologies, and just dipped their toes into the beginnings of a possible discussion of politicised editing. As always, we hope you enjoy the podcast. See you next week!

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  1. For reference, the compilation of online commentary you mention is Speculative Fiction 2012 eds. Justin Landon and Jared Shurin, and available (print and e-book) from all good booksellers. Or at least from Amazon.

    (Yes, I’m in it, but I think it’s an interesting project independently of that! Particularly with reference to your ongoing conversation about atomisation, it’s interesting to think about what sort of snapshot of the field a book like this offers. It’s going to have different editors each year, so hopefully different snapshots will emerge…)

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