Best Speculative podcasts we could find (Updated April 2019)
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Untold Podcast
Monthly
 
Capturing the culture's imagination through speculative fiction.
 
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Speculate!
Monthly
 
The speculative fiction podcast for readers, writers, and fans
 
A collection of speculative audiofiction short works curated for those with steampunk or other varieties of vintage sensibilities.
 
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Nobilis Erotica
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The best podcast of erotic speculative fiction in the known universe.
 
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The Overcast
Monthly+
 
A Speculative Fiction Podcast, Featuring Breathtaking Stories from the Pacific Northwest and Beyond.
 
Weird fiction, horror stories, and speculative fiction anthology podcast from creators Matt Cummins and Bret Norwood. The podcast where everyday is like Halloween...and prom night! Scary stories, strange visions, and sometimes sci-fi!
 
Each month we choose a speculative fiction book, read it, and talk about the ideas & themes it explores.
 
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AntipodeanSF
Weekly
 
AntipodeanSF podcast/radio show is devoted to the presentation of flash speculative fiction stories (science fiction, fantasy, and horror). AntiSF is where speculative fiction belongs -- downside-up!
 
Christopher Golden, Jonathan Maberry and James A. Moore get together to discuss popular culture, books, movies and whatever else crosses their minds in a weekly discussion of the world at large as seen by three writers of speculative fiction. Be part of the live taping of the world premiere of this exciting new online talk show.
 
Authors J.A. Ironside and M.E. Vaughan talk about books, films and all aspects of speculative fiction, from the nuts and bolts of writing it, to its (occasionally) obscure origins.
 
Origin is about creativity. What drives an artist to create. These Conversations are about history, passions, and plans for the future. Guests include award-winning and best selling authors, comic book creators, and graphic artists. I also will host conversations with creators still seeking to make a mark.
 
Scifi, fantasy, horror, SF genre with stories and discussion
 
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Kaleidocast
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The Mission of the Kalediocast is to showcase new voices in speculative fiction alongside stories from today’s top writers.
 
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Zero Knowledge
Weekly
 
Zero Knowledge is a podcast which goes deep into the tech that will power the emerging Web3 and the community that is building it. The podcast is made for fellow developers and people looking to educate themselves on the inner workings of the space. We try to be non-speculative, don't talk (much) trading and want to focus on the tech. Zero Knowledge is hosted by Anna Rose and Fredrik Harryson, two people working in the blockchain industry. Our views do not come from nor represent our compani ...
 
Fake news, oppressive patriarchy, and an overall impending sense of doom: Join us as "Aunt" Kelly Anneken & Molly "Ofmitchell" Sanchez discuss this and more in Red All Over, a podcast that explores The Handmaid's Tale on Hulu, Alias Grace on Netflix, the works of Margaret Atwood and (weirdly) not current events.
 
With every new issue, Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine shares one piece of short fiction in podcast form. Enjoy these audio treats from our pages!
 
On Weiser Books Radio Hour, host Mike Conlon will be chatting with a variety of guests, spanning the entire spectrum of occult, esoteric, and speculative subjects – metaphysics and magick, astrology, tarot, and more!
 
The magazine podcast bringing you quality speculative fiction—wrapped in a glaze of intricate and atmospheric sound design to transport you to the darkest and most wondrous corners of the imagination.
 
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Alzabo Soup
Weekly
 
Welcome to Alzabo Soup, where we literally become our favorite authors by devouring portions of their brains. PLEASE NOTE: This podcast is intended to be listened to chronologically by release date. Please start with the oldest episode for the title you'd like to hear!
 
We see The Sci-Fi Christian, in all its iterations, as being about the collision between faith and nerdom. We believe that good genre fiction is about more than just entertainment. We seek to engage with the themes and philosophies behind our favorite stories, wrestling with the big ideas within speculative fiction. We’re unabashedly nerdy and unabashedly Christian. Even if your faith background differs from ours, we look forward to interacting with you at The Sci-Fi Christian!
 
Follow Science Fiction author James S. Aaron on his writing-publishing journey. He's seven novels into a writing career while still balancing the day job and family, including a new baby. Sleep mostly optional.
 
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Upon Further Review
Weekly
 
From Mike Pesca, host of the popular Slate podcast The Gist, comes the greatest sports minds imagining how the world would change if a play, trade, injury, or referee's call had just gone the other way. Upon Further Review is a limited edition Slate podcast based on the book of the same name. Over the course of five episodes Mike and a roster of podcast All-Stars will explore counterfactual sporting scenarios through a combination of speculative fiction, investigative journalism and sound-ri ...
 
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The Red Pen
Monthly+
 
Amanda Jean and Austin Chant dive deep into what makes fiction work. Join them as they answer burning questions like: How do you sneak complex gender theory into the structure of a novel? What makes a truly great magic system? How do you humanize a fictional serial killer… and should you?
 
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Monday Matinee
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New snarky meta-natural speculative fiction delivered on Mondays!
 
Michael Kingswood is a retired submarine officer and a lifelong fan of science fiction and fantasy. He writes novels and shorter stories across the entire spectrum of speculative fiction. Here, he will share audio renditions of his work in serialized form, muse on the business of writing, share things and people he thinks are cool, and occasionally rant about things that annoy him.So sit back, relax, and let your mind roam through realms of adventure as he tells you a story.
 
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Sisters of Sci-Fi
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Contrary to the (thankfully) diminishing belief that science fiction is a predominantly male genre, women have been at the forefront of sci-fi and speculative fiction since before it became a popularized literary category. Sisters of Sci-Fi is a bi-monthly podcast that examines the immense amount of science fiction written by women since the 1600s. In order to cover as many writers as possible, over this enormous expanse of time, rich with options, the show is formatted like a sort of book c ...
 
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Galactic Suburbia
Monthly
 
Alisa, Alex and Tansy bring you speculative fiction news, reading notes and chat from the galactic suburbs of Australia
 
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Cast of Wonders
Weekly
 
Escape Artists Inc's Young Adult speculative fiction podcast featuring tales of the fantastic - Welcome! Visit us at castofwonders.org.
 
Electronic soundscapes transmitting from a speculative microcosm.Follow for new monthly track postings and downloads. New sets go live on the first Sunday at 5 pm GMT.
 
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Into the Stacks
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Into the Stacks is the culmination of two decades of letter writing, phonecalls and even the odd floppy disk exchanged between two friends. As they encountered love, life and that all important world of work, their love of speculative fiction kept them going.This year, as Cat moves across an ocean to Canada, their correspondence is going digital as they record a weekly bookcast talking about everything from fantasy to science fiction, paranormal romance to dystopian thrillers.
 
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The Genre Hustle
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Welcome to Genre Hustle, your virtual Sci-fi and Fantasy Writing Group. Every Monday, we talk about craft, tropes, publishing, making money by writing, and more. If you’re a writer or reader of speculative fiction, join the conversation and learn with us!
 
With every new issue, Asimov's Science Fiction Magazine shares one piece of short fiction in podcast form. Enjoy these audio treats from our pages!
 
This future-gazing series examines an assortment of speculative scenarios, what-if conjectures and provocative prophecies. Not all of them will come to pass, but thinking about possible futures can help us understand the present, and catch glimpses of the world ahead.
 
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A New World Order
Weekly
 
THE WORLD IS A MESS! BUT WHO CAN WE TURN TO TO FIX IT!? THE UNITED NATIONS? THE DALAI LAMA? THE LONG-LOST HEIR OF THE RUSSIAN EMPIRE!? Frankly, all of those options would probably be better than listening to three white guys from Australia wax lyrical about how everything in the world would be better if they were the one and only supreme dictator. And yet, here we are.
 
We are a community of daytraders, trading some of the most speculative securities in the market from small cap to micro cap securities.
 
Two competitive modern players who seek to have fun while playing magic. Join us as we speculate, brew decks and grind the game we love so much.
 
The Great Lakes Horror Company is a horror and speculative fiction themed podcast with a focus on writers and the written word, founded by members of the Ontario Chapter of the Horror Writers Association and now produced by LibraryoftheDamned.com. Expect exciting guests, rotating hosts, interviews, round-table discussions, reviews, news, writing tips and more on this monthly talk show.
 
A podcast about how we imagine, and how what we imagine shapes what we do. Each month, we'll bring you into a conversation between visionaries from the worlds of arts, sciences, humanities, engineering, and medicine on the nature of the imagination and how, through speculative culture, we collaborate to create the future, with interviews by Clarke Center leaders Sheldon Brown, Brian Keating, Erik Viirre, and Patrick Coleman.
 
SF in Translation is a science fiction, fantasy, and horror podcast dedicated to the exploration of the translation of speculative fiction. Each episode features news and interviews about translated works and the job of translation. SF in Translation is part of The Skiffy and Fanty Show podcast network. If you want to find out more about us and our other shows, go to skiffyandfanty.com.
 
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Cast of Wonders
Weekly
 
Escape Artists Inc's Young Adult speculative fiction podcast featuring tales of the fantastic - Welcome! Visit us at castofwonders.org.
 
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Greater Boston
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Greater Boston is an ongoing audio drama by Alexander Danner and Jeff Van Dreason, set in an alternate Boston.
 
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We Had a Good Life
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An irreverent and speculative look at the week’s news, emerging technologies, and the simulated world around us. Talk a little s#*t, it's good for you.
 
We see The Sci-Fi Christian, in all its iterations, as being about the collision between faith and nerdom. We believe that good genre fiction is about more than just entertainment. We seek to engage with the themes and philosophies behind our favorite stories, wrestling with the big ideas within speculative fiction. We’re unabashedly nerdy and unabashedly Christian. Even if your faith background differs from ours, we look forward to interacting with you at The Sci-Fi Christian!
 
Other Planes explores all things Afro/Futurism in cosmic and conscious cultures worldwide, from music to art, science to politics—and beyond. Join host tobias c. van Veen as we undertake audio journeys and interviews with world-class visionaries, creatives, and futurists, from emcees and philosophers to scribes and scholars, programmers and poets. Other Planes covers radical diversity in the speculative arts, including science fiction, film, and comix; cosplay, performance, poetry and posthu ...
 
Your podcast for all things Grimdark and more!
 
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The Two Johns
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The Two Johns discuss Science Fiction through commentary, film, television, and book reviews, as well as cool geek shwag.
 
Two competitive modern players who seek to have fun while playing magic. Join us as we speculate, brew decks and grind the game we love so much.
 
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Two BSFA winners! Sunday at Eastercon and we talked to Gareth L. Powell, fresh off the back of his win for best novel, also Tiffani Angus, Farah Mendlesohn, and Aliette de Bodard after her win for best non-fiction. The loud sound is the wind (and the occasional plane, bus, taxi…) but the second half is […]…
 
March brings us Indonesian sci-fi about intergalactic love, Portuguese fantasy about a family’s terrible secrets, Italian sci-fi about what it means to be human, a story from the “Lost Files” of Sherlock Holmes, and much more. We also discuss the books we’re looking forward to later in 2019 and what we’d like to see in English in the future. Re ...…
 
In this episode I talk about some changes in the SF short fiction market, new opportunities for short fiction in Kindle Unlimited anthologies, and how to push yourself to grow as an author by saying yes... but also having a plan so you don't get overwhelmed. Mentioned in this podcast: Tim Ferris Interviews Neal Gaiman Thanks for listening!…
 
Today, Monster Porn returns to cosmic horror with the re-appearance of the cassocked killer from beyond the stars, known only–on Earth–as Pastoress! If you love the tentacles and existential languish of Lovecraftian cosmic horror, get in here. If you enjoy today’s show, or want to start at the beginning, check out MP012 – “Pastoress” for the in ...…
 
Episode 165: What We Really Want - The Tropes We Love in Speculative Fiction The Dragons have always maintained that tropes are not bad in and of themselves, generally it's only how a trope is used that causes problems or makes a piece of Speculative Fiction cliche. They've also talked previously about how, despite this, there are some tropes w ...…
 
On episode 61 of Mirage, J.E. Purrazzi is back this time we Speculate on the concept of resurrection in storytelling. *** Science Fiction Author J. E. Purrazzi lives in Florida with her husband, and two cats, and gallons upon gallons of fish tanks. Malfunction won the first round of the contest at https://shoreindie.blogspot.com More info … Con ...…
 
Sentient Glitch - Speculative Machines
 
Author Hillary Monahan sits in for the Traveling Maberry, joining Jim and Chris to talk about the current horror resurgence, recent influence, Black Summer, Tim Lebbon's The Silence on Netflix, and more!
 
On episode 62 of Mirage, Varla Ventura returns to discuss trauma in storytelling.
 
(Uploaded the wrong file earlier, if you have 2 versions of this episode, this is the correct one.) This week we have a very special episode, as we're joined by Chris Beckett, author of April's book club selection Dark Eden. Chris was kind enough to call in from the UK to answer questions from Adrian, Matt, & Kevin (as asked by Adrian) about th ...…
 
Dr. Nyssa Silbiger talks about her work in Marine Biology and how climate change affects marine ecosystems. She also brings up the important, and often overlooked, element of how climate change is a social justice issue, and that changes happening in one part of the globe wind up affecting ecosystems in entirely different areas. Website: https: ...…
 
Greater Boston is written and produced by Alexander Danner and Jeff Van Dreason, with recording and technical assistance from Marck Harmon. Thank you to Patreon supporters Jon Grilz, Amanda Robinson, Derek J. May, and Rasmus! We’ve reserved fine luxury Car-condos for each of you in the newly revitalized city of Red Line! And thank you to everyo ...…
 
Meet Annalee Newitz, nonfiction and fiction author, science-journalist, and co-host of the podcast series Our Opinions are Correct. Winner of the Lambda Literary Award and nominee for the Nebula and Locus awards, her ability to use her scientific knowledge in both her fiction and nonfiction works is something that makes Newitz unstoppable. Dr. ...…
 
Modern writer extraordinaire Emma Partlow joins the Turn One Thoughtseize crew and we dip our toes into the first bits of War of the Spark, talk about our latest pickups, decks we're playing, London Mulligan, the first Sponsored Player for TEAM One Thoughtseize and my upcoming coverage debut at NRG! Follow Emma at http://www.twitter.com/emmmzyn ...…
 
Modern writer extraordinaire Emma Partlow joins the Turn One Thoughtseize crew and we dip our toes into the first bits of War of the Spark, talk about our latest pickups, decks we're playing, London Mulligan, the first Sponsored Player for TEAM One Thoughtseize and my upcoming coverage debut at NRG! Follow Emma at http://www.twitter.com/emmmzyn ...…
 
Part 2 of Saturday at Eastercon – had to split the day over 2 files because there were so many! This is the second file where I interview Allen Stroud (author, reviewer, con organiser and more), and authors Tade Thompson, Anna Smith Spark, and Jeannette Ng!
 
This week, the Genre Hustle crew tackles midpoint. It gets overshadowed by the more exciting Inciting Incident and Climax, but Midpoint is the tentpole that holds up the middle of your book, and if you do it right, will help double-down on theme, character emotional arcs, and dramatic action all at once. Mentions include VE Schwab, Richard Math ...…
 
Your round up from Saturday at Ytterbiumcon, the 70th Eastercon. I spoke to so many people of different parts of the writer’s community, at different stages in their careers and different challenges. Split into two files for size. The first file listen to Adrian Tchaikovsky, Ferdinand Page, John Jarrold, Mike Brooks. See the second file […]…
 
In this special episode, Metz and Phil talk about the life and works of Gene Wolfe, and say thanks to the man who made their podcast possible.
 
This month's patron-sponsored story is "Right Where I Want You" a superhero femdom story by Brantwijn Serrah, narrated by Nobilis Reed. The Nobilis Erotica Patreon campaign is TANTALIZINGLY close to the $150 mark where I'll be able to afford to pay authors $50 per story.
 
Your daily digest from Ytterbiumcon (Eastercon 70) held at the Park Inn, Heathrow. I talk to Stewart Hotston, author of Tangle's Game (Rebellion) about financial disaster, and Dave Hutchinson, author of the award winning Europe series about a lot of things! Sorry for the sound quality but finding a quiet spot in a heaving convention (at an airp ...…
 
In This Show: Miscalculations, by Imogen Cassidy The Prince Scamp, by Wes Parish, narrated by Marg Essex Featured music: Oolluu "Launch Sequence" & "Memory Chimes" Our Audio License AntipodeanSF Radio Show by Ion Newcombe is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License. Based on a work at www.antisf. ...…
 
The Obscurists by M. Luke McDonell. Narrated by J.S. Arquin. Featuring an afterword recorded by M. Luke McDonell. Sierra stepped through, shifting latitude and longitude from San Diego, California to Wheeling, West Virginia. For her, the passage felt like expecting one more tread on a staircase, discovering it wasn't there, and stepping down to ...…
 
Intro - Phil asks Metz what he has against patronuses. Content (9:07) - Discussion of Chapters 26 and 27 of The Citadel of the Autarch, by Gene Wolfe.
 
Episode 166: The Problem of Susan - Wayward Children in Fantasy Fiction Who doesn't love, or at the very least grow up with, children's fantasy whereby a young protagonist was spirited away to another world? There are many examples of this type of fiction and the narrative is almost always one of the protagonist both helping with the problems o ...…
 
In this, Episode 80!!!!, of Story Time With Michael Kingswood, we go through Chapters 8 and 9 of The Pericles Conspiracy. Word of warning - there is some explicit content in the later half of Chapter 9. If you like my podcast and stories, sign up here to become a member/patron on my site: https://www.michaelkingswood.com/membership/supporting-p ...…
 
On this week's episode, Jonathan and Jim abuse Chris for not showing up, and discuss all things pop culture. There are questions and they're answered. Also, Jonathan shares some spectacular news!
 
In Speculate 2.0’s fifteenth actual play episode, we conclude (for now) our time in Eberron by discussing the experience of playing together over this series of episodes, as Mike, Maurice Broaddus, Lauren Roy, and Marie Bilodeau chat about how the players and characters grew closer over their time playing and adventuring together. If you like w ...…
 
In this week's episode, we invite J. Ayo Akinyele to the podcast. Ayo is a co-Founder of Bolt Labs which will be focused on developing the Bolt Protocol, a privacy preserving layer 2 approach for anonymous micropayments, which is similar to Lightning Network. Bolt, which stands for Blind, Offchain, Lightweight, Transactions, could be used for b ...…
 
This episode features "Ripen" written by Yukimi Ogawa. Published in the April 2019 issue of Clarkesworld Magazine and read by Kate Baker. The text version of this story can be found at: http://clarkesworldmagazine.com/ogawa_04_19 Support us on Patreon at http://patreon.com/clarkesworld
 
Featuring Matt Anderson and Ben De Bono Everyone has been asking how we named “The Sci-Fi Christian Extra.” This episode gives you a behind-the-scenes conversation that gives that answer.
 
Featuring Matt Anderson and Ben De Bono Everyone has been asking how we named “The Sci-Fi Christian Extra.” This episode gives you a behind-the-scenes conversation that gives that answer.
 
Origin: Stories on Creativity #130 nature conservation author Sarah Blake
 
Story: "Supersonic Preview: Red, White, and Blue in Tracks" by Ben AveryKickstarter: Supersonic Pod ComicsGenre: Science FictionRating: PG The SUPERSONIC Pod Comics universe begins here! Red, White, and Blue, the United States’ super team, has a mission, but the tracks lead them to something unexpected . . . ----more---- Credits:Written by Ben ...…
 
We're once again joined by Kevin Kelsey of Heradas.com to discuss Dark Eden, by Chris Beckett (https://amzn.to/2TRcpX0). We've (re-)read this book and all loved it, and have a lot to dig into! We talk about the political philosophy of the book. We discuss the psychological reality of the characters. Adrian rants about poverty for 5 minutes and ...…
 
While the leaders are on vacation we have a special bonus for you! An episode from Second Take - a podcast that your three hosts reviewed one of the WORST movies ever made. If you want to learn/hear more just head on over to secondtakepodcast.com! Please consider supporting us on Patreon Like us on Facebook! Follow us on twitter @worldorderpod ...…
 
Featuring Matt Anderson and Ben De Bono Star Wars! Game of Thrones! Don Quixote! Megalopolis! And other news!
 
Featuring Matt Anderson and Ben De Bono Star Wars! Game of Thrones! Don Quixote! Megalopolis! And other news!
 
Stories featured in this episode:Remember to Forget by Kim Martinhttps://www.facebook.com/kim.photosmusic by RedBlueBlackSilverhttps://redblueblacksilver.com/read by Zara Kand & Jean-Paul Garnier From the Angles to Snakes by Susan Rukeyserhttp://susanrukeyser.com/music by loopool & RedBlueBlackSilverread by Susan Rukeyser, Zara Kand, Danu Heath ...…
 
In episode seven of season two, we tackle villains, antagonists, anti-heroes and ways to create your own! We make the case for the relatable villain and share the ones who give us the creeps, from dark lords to glamorous socialites. We discuss JRR Tolkien, Susanna Clarke, Justina Ireland, Philip Pullman, and Richard K. Morgan.…
 
In This Show: Not Glaring, But Certainly Noticeable, by Loren Johnson & Douglas Ogurek, narrated by Pamela Jeffs Hollywood Product, by JH Malone, narrated by Marg Essex Music: The Ravenous "Sci-Fi" Our Audio License AntipodeanSF Radio Show by Ion Newcombe is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported Licen ...…
 
Intro - Metz tells Phil about a musical trend he finds disturbing. Content (10:18) - Discussion of Chapter 25 of The Citadel of the Autarch, by Gene Wolfe.
 
Continuing on with Chapter 7 of The Pericles Conspiracy. Enjoy! If you like my podcast and stories, sign up here to become a member/patron on my site: https://www.michaelkingswood.com/membership/supporting-patronage/ Purchase Links for the story: https://ssnstorytelling.com/product/the-pericles-conspiracy/ or https://books2read.com/thepericlesc ...…
 
Learn about how a book festival is made! Ann Landmann, founder of Cymera: Scotland's Festival of Science Fiction, Fantasy, and Horror Writing, joins us to talk about the organisation, this year's amazing highlights, and why you should come along to Edinburgh to check it out.
 
Catch 22 on Christmas trees, why aren't we thinking about our lumberjacks? New philosophical ideas, cause and effect, phone down eyes up, anti-texting and driving ad campaign starring Lil' Jon, deciphering random text messages, serial hustlers ripping off IHOPs, fake football refs, bad sportsmanship, good Looking out, great parenting.…
 
The original beards are back together, talking books, horror, TV, westerns, Pet Sematary, and the Traveling Maberry's crazy schedule. Plus we answer listeners' questions, from the most complex to "Boxer or Briefs?" Yes, this is the TMI section!
 
In Speculate 2.0’s fourteenth actual play episode, Greg DMs in the world of Eberron as the party of Pikebreaker (played by Mike), Machupa (Maurice Broaddus), Grim (Lauren Roy), and Clak (Marie Bilodeau) face a dangerous enemy in a risky environment–all to clear their name of a murder. If you like what you hear, please tune in next week as we ch ...…
 
In this week's episode, we sit down with the Alex Vlasov and Alex Gluchowski from Matter Labs to discuss their approach to using zkSNARKs for scaling the transaction processing capacity of Ethereum. We chat about the inspiration for the Roll-up project, the Matter Labs implementation, their proposed Franklin network and more. To learn about the ...…
 
This episode is filled with SPOILERS, since we give specifics throughout our discussion. Teresa Jusino, of the Finding Felicity Podcast, and the Leather and Love Podcast, joins me to talk about Everfair by Nisi Shawl (who it, admittedly, one of my favorite authors). The bio of Nisi Shawl, as told in her own words (as I promised in the intro): h ...…
 
Hello everyone, and we’re back with part 2 of “It Began in Red Hook,” the Kaleidocast exquisite corpse story, featuring authors, Marcy Arlin, Bradley Robert Parks, Cat Valente, Carlos Hernandez, Mike Allen, Fran Wilde, Lilah Wild, Barbara Krasnoff, Ted Rabinowitz, Phenderson D. Clark, Jessica Plumbley, Evan Berkow, D.T. Friedman, S.A. Chakrabor ...…
 
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