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Copyright

Copyright

A quick note on copyright and Coode Street. The Coode Street Podcast and all of its episodes are copyright Coode Street Productions and Gary K. Wolfe. They may not be copied, transcribed or reused without written permission. If you would like to use a transcription of any episode of the Coode Street Podcast please email Jonathan or Gary to request permission.  

On hiatus

On hiatus

Gary and Jonathan were supposed to record an episode this weekend, but that didn’t quite work out, as sometimes happens. And now they’re on hiatus again. This coming weekend Jonathan’s travelling to the United States for MidAmericon 2 and the following weekend he and Gary are actually at the convention, possibly recording some episodes. After that who knows?

At the moment they expect to return on the weekend of August 27/28 with a new Coode St and a new Coode St Roundtable. After that, they’ll have to see. They’re discussing reducing the frequency of the podcast, so things will probably change more! See you all in a couple weeks! And if you see Gary or Jonathan in Kansas City, do come up and say hi!
Episode 280: Liza Trombi, books we’re looking forward to, and more

Episode 280: Liza Trombi, books we’re looking forward to, and more


This week, in a quick episode recorded between hiatuses, we are joined by Locus Editor-in Chief Liza Groen Trombi to discuss the upcoming WorldCon, how Locus approaches covering the event, and books we’ve read recently and liked, and books we’re looking forward to.

As always, our thanks to Liza for making the time to be on the podcast and we hope you enjoy the episode.
Episode 280: The Project of SF

Episode 280: The Project of SF


After our longest hiatus so far, Jonathan is back from Italy and Gary is back from Readercon, and we ramble on about such questions as whether modern SF can be characterized as optimistic or pessimistic, how some stories survive as influences despite their obvious flaws, whether modern SF holds on to some of its cherished myths even when they no longer seem feasible, what we’re reading these days, and our own forthcoming public podcast at MidAmericon next month. As usual, any topic that you might find uninteresting will soon turn into another topic entirely.