This week Gary is back from Florida and our brief hiatus is at an end. We discuss K J Parker’s Academic Exercises, some movies seen by Gary, and genre nerdiness. We also answer some questions from the audience, and try not to talk about pants.
Fresh from winning the Kitschie, the BSFA, the Clarke, and the Nebula Award, Ann Leckie joins us on the podcast to discuss Ancillary Justice, writing the Imperial Radsch trilogy, gender in SF, and a lot, lot more.
As always, we would like to thank Ann for joining us, and hope you enjoy the podcast. We’re off air next week, but will return on June 15 with a new episode. Till then, enjoy!
An exciting week at Coode Street as New York Times bestselling author Jeff VanderMeer joins us in the Gershwin Room to discuss his new “Southern Reach” trilogy, the Hugo nominated Wonderbook and much, much more.
As always, our thanks to Jeff for joining us, and we hope you enjoy the podcast. See you next week!
With Gary busy with other commitments. long-time friend of the podcast James Bradley drops by to talk about his new upcoming novel Clade, the value of science fiction, awards, and more.
Our sincere thanks to James for making the time to chat, and, as always, we hope you enjoy the podcast!
This week we are joined by Joe Abercrombie, internationally best-selling author of the ‘First Law’ novels. His latest book Half-a-King, his first for young adults is due in-store in July. We discuss the novel, epic fantasy, how seriously epic fantasy is taken in the genre, and much more.
As always, we’d like to thank Joe for taking the time to be part of the podcast. We’d also like to thank Stefan’s Books for their assistance with this podcast. We hope you enjoy the episode