Every week Gary K. Wolfe and I sit down for about an hour to discuss science fiction and other stuff. Sometimes guests join us, and very occasionally, we have special podcasts.

You can subscribe to the podcast at iTunes, or download episodes directly from here. Here’s a quick list of them all:


  1. […] Jonathan Strahan at the Coode Street Podcast has posted a list of all of the episodes for 2010. […]

  2. […] content HomeAboutBibliographyEclipse TiptreeWings of FireContact informationCyberpunkHoward WaldropThe Coode Street Podcast ← 2010 – Happy […]

  3. […] content HomeAboutBibliographyEclipse TiptreeWings of FireContact informationCyberpunkHoward WaldropThe Coode Street Podcast ← Episode 32: Live with Gary K. […]

  4. […] Notes From Coode Street podcast, by Jonathan Strahan and Gary K […]

  5. Dave Fitzpatrick says:

    Just started listening to your podcasts. Enjoyed two so far and was trying to download the others but the link to episode 16 doesn’t lead to a download. The others seem ok.

  6. Jonathan says:

    I shall check into the fate of Ep. 16 for you. Glad you’re enjoying the podcast, though.

  7. […] Paul Kincaid – Blogging the Hugos: Decline, Big Other Abigail Nussbaum – Review, With Both Feet in the Clouds, Asking the Wrong Questions Blogspot Adam Roberts – Review, Wheel of Time, Punkadiddle Francis Spufford – Red Plenty (Faber and Faber) Jonathan Strahan and Gary K. Wolfe – the Notes from Coode Street Podcast […]

  8. […] content HomeAboutBibliographyEclipse TiptreeWings of FireContact informationCyberpunkHoward WaldropThe Coode Street Podcast ← Episode 34: Live with Gary K. […]

  9. […] The Notes from Coode Street Podcast, Jonathan Strahan and Gary K Wolfe An odd choice – not the podcasts themselves, but a list of the contents of the podcasts. Is that not a bit like nominating the contents page of an anthology? EDIT: apparently the nomination is for the podcasts themselves, and just wrongly titled to refer to the notes giving their contents. That makes more sense. […]

  10. […] Gary Wolfe started his podcasting, more as a lark than a scholarly endeavor. In fact, it was a good way to keep strong ties with his […]

  11. Emily says:

    Hi Jonathan,

    I’ve been listening to your poscasts in facination. I was wondering, how do you record them? Do you get your guests to call in on skype? Is there a program you use on your computer to record? I’ve only recently discovered podcasts and I’m super curious :)


  12. Dave Fitzpatrick says:

    Hi again

    Still enjoying the podcasts but I’m afraid I still can’t download ep 16. I get this error in Firefox:

    The requested URL /podcasts/audioblog0025.mp3 was not found on this server.

    Additionally, a 404 Not Found error was encountered while trying to use an ErrorDocument to handle the request.


  13. Jeppe Holm says:

    Do you think magazines that does not accept electronic submission will be able to survive in the long run? Now that so many premier magazines accept e-subs. Most prominently now that Asimov’s and Analog have adapted Neil Clarke’s brilliant system, will S&SF Mag be able to sustain the quality? A fletching writer from Denmark, I know the e-sub magazines will get first look from me. What is your take? Will it hurt the product, that other places may get first look at great stories?
    Great rambling podcast for a run or cooking.

  14. […] The Coode Street Podcast – An on going weekly discussion between Jonathan Strahan and Gary K Wolfe.  This podcast reminds me of my uni days where people would just sit around and have a good chat.  The difference being the wealth of experience and immersion in SpecFic culture(academic and otherwise) that these gents share. […]

  15. […] Notes from Coode Street Podcast, Jonathan Strahan & Gary K. Wolfe […]

  16. […] Notes from Coode Street http://www.jonathanstrahan.com.au/wp/the-coode-street-podcast/ is more discussion than anything else. But the discussion is always enthralling and fascinating. I […]

  17. […] The Coode Street Podcast – I just added this today, but an editor I love (Jonathan Strahan) and a professional reviewer I love (Gary K. Wolf) should result in a great show […]

  18. […] Strahan of the Coode Street Podcast and Ian Mond of The Writer and the Critic have mentioned in recent podcasts a project called […]

  19. […] addicted to. I also ended the intro to this episode with a reference to another Australian podcast: Notes From Coode Street. “I think we’re rambling,” is a common Coode Street refrain. There’s even a […]

  20. […] about The New Weird (opens with sound) Interview with Ann and Jeff at the Functional Nerds Contributor Jonathan Strahan’s science fiction podcast, “Coode Street” Weird Tales […]

  21. […] Gary and Jonathan from The Coode St Podcast. […]

  22. […] This Warning AboutBibliographyEclipse TiptreeWings of FireContact informationJournalThe Coode Street Podcast Notes from Coode Street …science fiction and other stuff from jonathan […]

  23. […] The Coode Street Podcast (Jonathan Strahan and Gary Wolfe) […]

  24. […] The Coode Street Podcast, Jonathan Strahan & Gary K. Wolfe […]

  25. […] for the Hugo Awards — Strahan twice, for best short form editor and also his co-hosted Notes from Coode St podcast. Way to […]

  26. […] listening to a lot of genre podcasts this year. Particularly good and always must-listens are the Coode Street Podcast (Jonathan Strahan and Gary K. Wolfe), I Should Be Writing (Mur Lafferty). Writing Excuses, with […]

  27. […] Paul Tremblay and JoAnn Cox. Thanks also to the other jurors; Maura McHugh, Laird Barron, Gary K. Wolfe and Matt Cheney.  it was fun to share thoughts, both negative and positive with […]

  28. […] Nominees: The Coode Street Podcast, Jonathan Strahan & Gary K. Wolfe Galactic Suburbia Podcast, Alisa Krasnostein, Alex Pierce, […]

  29. […] The Coode Street Podcast, Jonathan Strahan & Gary K. Wolfe […]

  30. […] Marg: Galactic Suburbia ; The Writer and the Critic; Coode Street PodCast ; The Next Chapter ; Writers and Company Share […]

  31. […] Wolfe has been nominated again for a Hugo Award for Best Fancast–for the Coode Street Podcast which he does with Jonathan Strahan. The winners will be announced at Chicon 7  in Chicago, August […]

  32. […] hear great things about Planes Runner thanks to  The Coode St Podcast recommending it at the end of the last year so I’m really pleased to see Ian […]

  33. […] The Encyclopedia of Science Fiction, Galactic Suburbia, Last Short Story and, of course, the Notes from Coode Street podcast are all […]

  34. […] early in the morning, late at night. Before work, on weekends. I listen to Galactic Suburbia, Coode Street, The Writer and The Critic, Thrillercast, TISF. I buy more books than is healthy. My “to […]

  35. […] discovered a couple of interesting things from a recent episode of the often interesting Coode Street Podcast.  Both of those things relate to one man; a man of some significance in my childhood.  Alan […]

  36. […] The Coode Street Podcast, Jonathan Strahan & Gary K. Wolfe […]

  37. […] The Coode Street Podcast — A rather informal and, as they say, rambly conversation between editor Jonathan Strahan (Life on Mars) and academic and reviewer Gary K. Wolfe (Evaporating Genres). There is the occasional guest, but mostly it’s just the two hosts. You can learn a lot about the current state of the genre, and especially its rich history, from these widely read veterans. […]

  38. […] is a long-winded way of saying that I am rather in love with the Coode Street Podcast, hosted by Johnathon Strahan and Gary K. Wolfe. Strahan and Wolfe are obviously lifelong science […]

  39. […] as a reviewer for Locus Magazine, and as one-half of the team that produces the always interesting Coode Street Podcast every week, is the editor of the volumes, and has discussed how he approached selecting the novels […]

  40. […] The Coode Street Podcast is, on the other hand, a long, sometimes rambling conversation that tends to go off into unpredictable directions. I like the relationship between Jonathan Strahan and Gary K. Wolfe, and their combined experience informs some very interesting conversations, often about the history of the field and its current state. They invite guests sometimes. And given that it’s usually about an hour, I can download an episode and know it’ll hold me for the day. […]

  41. […] essays written by Gary K. Wolfe, well known speculative fiction academic (and presenter on the Coode St Podcast with Jonathan Strahan). Two of the essays are co-written with Amelia Beamer. The book interrogates […]

  42. […] Coode Street Podcast (link) – The unofficial podcast of Locus magazine in that it features both the magazine’s reviews […]

  43. […] The Coode Street Podcast, Jonathan Strahan ve Gary K. Wolfe […]

  44. […] The Coode Street Podcast, Jonathan Strahan and Gary K. Wolfe Galactic Suburbia Podcast, Alisa Krasnostein, Alexandra Pierce, Tansy Rayner Roberts (Presenters) and Andrew Finch (Producer) SF Signal Podcast, Patrick Hester, John DeNardo, and JP Frantz SF Squeecast, Elizabeth Bear, Paul Cornell, Seanan McGuire, Lynne M. Thomas, Catherynne M. Valente (Presenters) and David McHone-Chase (Technical Producer) StarShipSofa, Tony C. Smith […]

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