March 30 2012

Episode 95: Live with Gary K. Wolfe, Ellen Klages, Karen Lord and Nalo Hopkinson!

In the second of two podcasts recorded at the International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts, Gary and I are joined by Ellen Klages, Karen Lord, and Nalo Hopkinson for a discussion on writing, cover art and many other things. As always, we hope you enjoy the podcast!

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March 24 2012

Episode 94: Live with Gary K. Wolfe, Andy Duncan and Karen Joy Fowler!

With the International Conference on the Fantastic in the Arts in full swing, Gary called in with Andy Duncan and Karen Joy Fowler to discuss genre, short stories, writing novels, Andy's first short story collection in eleven years, The Pottawottamie Giant and Other Stories, and much more! As always, we hope you enjoy the podcast!

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March 16 2012

Episode 93: Live with Gary K. Wolfe and Peter Straub!

With the Gene Wolfe event about to hit full swing in sunny Chicago, all sorts of fun things are happening in the windy city. This morning (Perth time) our good friend Peter Straub was visiting Gary's  stylish Chicago pied-à-terre, so we fired up the podcast and had a pre-dinner chat about literary boundaries, modern horror, writing, Caitlin Kiernan and much much more.  As always, our thanks to Peter for joining us. We hope that you'll enjoy the podcast. Next week: ICFA!

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March 11 2012

Episode 92: Live with Gary K. Wolfe and Michael Dirda!

This week we're joined by Pulitzer Prize award winning critic Michael Dirda to discuss his new book on Conan Doyle, Edgar Rice Burroughs, Gene Wolfe and the golden age of story. As always, we hope you enjoy the podcast!

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March 10 2012

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The Podcast is offline due to Podbean issues.

March 3 2012

Episode 91: Live with Gary K. Wolfe!

Pulitzer Prize winner Michael Dirda recently reviewed Keith Roberts' magestic novel, Pavane, in The Washington Post, describing it as a fix-up novel, a term coined by the late A.E. van Vogt. The review sparked a conversation about fix-ups, what they are and where the term comes from, and how terminology forms in the SF field. It's digressive, unresearched, and un-factchecked, but at least it's not talking about awards. As always, we hope you enjoy the podcast.

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