The Coode Street Podcast

Discussion and digression on science fiction and fantasy with Gary K. Wolfe and Jonathan Strahan.

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Episodes

Friday Dec 09, 2022


With the Coode Street Advent Calendar now in its second half, Gary sits down with the terrific Stephanie Feldman, the author of Who Will Speak for America? and  Angel of Losses, to talk about what she's been reading, what she'd recommend, and her fabulous new novel, Saturnalia. 
As always, our thanks to Stephanie, and we hope you enjoy the episode.

Thursday Dec 08, 2022

As we get towards day 12 and the halfway mark of the Advent Calendar, Jonathan calls up Canada and talks to the always fabulous Kelly Robson about what she's been reading, what she'd recommend, what she's working on, and her latest book, lesbian stoner comedy High Times in the Low Parliament , a book that you never knew you needed, but you do.
As always, our thanks to Kelly and we hope you're enjoying the Coode Street Advent Calendar!

Wednesday Dec 07, 2022


The holidays are in full swing. Hopefully, everyone is on top of their seasonal shopping and ready to relax and have fun. But if not, we can help. Today Gary sits down with Liz Williams, the award-winning author of Comet Weather, Blackthorn Winter, and the recently released Embertide, to discuss what Liz has been reading, what she'd recommend, what she's been working on, and, maybe, some holiday reading too.
As always, our thanks to Liz. We hope you enjoy the episode.

Tuesday Dec 06, 2022

It's fitting that the tenth day of the Advent Calendar, which is also the 600th (!!) official episode of The Coode Street Podcast, should feature a dear friend, Guy Gavriel Kay, who chats with Jonathan about what he's been reading lately, what he might recommend, his wonderful book All the Seas of the World, and even recommends a special holiday cocktail!
As always, our thanks to Guy and we hope you enjoy the conversation.

Monday Dec 05, 2022


As we move through the first week of December and into day nine of the Advent Calendar series, Gary spends some time chatting with the incredible Rachel Swirsky about what she's been reading, what she'd recommend, what she reads on the holidays, what work she has coming out, and her fabulous science fiction novella January Fifteenth (Tordotcom), which looks at how universal basic income might affect some of us.
As always, our thanks to Rachel for making the time to talk to us. We hope you enjoy the episode!

Sunday Dec 04, 2022

For the eighth day of the Coode Street Advent Calendar, Jonathan called Tamsyn Muir, author of the New York Time Bestselling 'Locked Tomb' series, to talk about her somewhat unexpected novel Nona the Ninth, what she's been reading lately, what she'd recommend, and her thoughts on holiday reads.
As always, we would like to thank Tamsyn for taking the time to chat with us and hope you enjoy the episode.

Saturday Dec 03, 2022


Earlier this year we talked to the fabulous Kate Heartfield about her novel, The Embroidered Book. Now, for day seven of the Coode Street Advent Calendar, Gary chats with Kate about what she's been reading, what she'd recommend, and her favourite holiday reads. 
As always, our thanks to Kate. We hope you enjoy the episode!

Friday Dec 02, 2022


Day six of the Coode Street Advent Calendar sees Jonathan chatting with the incredible Sequoia Nagamatsu about what he's been reading, what he'd recommend, what he might recommend for the holidays, and his fabulous debut novel, How High We Go in the Dark.
As always, our thanks to Sequoia and we hope you enjoy the conversation.
 

Thursday Dec 01, 2022


The Coode Street Advent Calendar rolls into the fifth day, and this time Gary takes a little time to chat with the wonderful Sam J. Miller about his new novella, Kid Wolf and Kraken Boy, and his short story collection, Boys, Beasts & Men. There's also, no doubt, some holiday chat with books and such being recommended.
As always, our thanks to Sam and we hope you enjoy the episode!

Wednesday Nov 30, 2022


For the fourth instalment of the Coode Street Advent Calendar, Jonathan called New Orleans to talk to exciting debut author Alex Jennings about how he was still envious about not having made it to the World Fantasy Convention there. The conversation also touched on what Alex had been reading, what they have coming out, and their fabulous first novel, The Ballad of Perilous Graves, which Alex describes as "a Blaxploitation Pippi Longstocking adventure"!!!
As always, we hope you enjoy the conversation.

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