Best speculativefiction podcasts we could find (Updated June 2017)
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Wily Writers Speculative Fiction Audio Stories
 
Let us tell you a story! Speculative Fiction Audio Recordings.
 
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Speculative Fiction Picks
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A Podcast for Fans of SciFi, Fantasy and Horror
 
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Terra Incognita Australian Speculative Fiction Podcast
 
A monthly podcast of the best Australian Speculative Fiction read by the authors who created it
 
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Episode 72: Maenads, Black Magic & Demon Drink - Addictions in Speculative Fiction Speculative Fiction has long been a device for exploring uncomfortable or contentious issues. This week the dragons take a look at how physical and psychological addictions are portrayed in speculative fiction. What causes addiction in the first place? How is thi ...…
 
This week, Speculative Fiction in Translation founder and Best Translated Book Award judge Rachel Cordasco joins Chad and Brian to talk about the nature of time, deals with the devil, conflagrations, and writerly desires, or, in other words, the third part of "The Place Where the Sea Ends So the Forest Can Begin" in Rodrigo Fresán's The Invente ...…
 
What a fascinating discussion this week's Doctor Who episode lends itself to. Join Deb, Erika, and Tansy as we discuss women who are allowed to fail and still be heroes, the sexual politics of Romans, the Doctor's (possible?) impatience, Bill's outlook on history and its denizens, Nardole as a "space tourist", and much more. Erika, of all peopl ...…
 
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The Author Stories Podcast - Author Interviews, Brandon Sanderson, Patrick Rothfuss, Jim Butcher, Ernest Cline, Robin Hobb, Diana Gabaldon
 
Today’s show is a special presentation where I invited some friends on to talk about the unique way they are bringing authors together to leverage the power of collaboration to not only push the boundaries of creativity but also to accomplish new things in publishing never before available to writers. Daniel Arthur Smith represents Tales From T ...…
 
In today’s episode of Signal Boost, Sarah Dodd, co-editor of Samovar Magazine, joins Jen to talk about what Samovar is, the challenge of finding non-English speculative fiction, and the importance of their collaborations in bringing a translated spec-fic magazine to life. Then Shaun is joined by Rod Faulkner, founder and editor of The 7th Matri ...…
 
"“Spirit Dance” by Douglas Smith(Originally published in Tesseracts 6, this work is the prequel story to Douglas's novel The Wolf at the End of the World.)In the beginning of things, men were as animals and animals as men. -- Cree legendVera made a warding sign as I entered the store, my hound Gelert trailing behind me. She pretended to wipe he ...…
 
by Eric Schwitzgebel read by Tatiana Grey First published in Unlikely Story Rated PG-13. “— which suggests possible applications, if the cobbler is much younger. Don’t you think, Miss Professor?” The Dauphin sat twelve rows back — teenage heir apparent to the throne, playing at Academy student — smug smile, a ring of vacant seats around him, hi ...…
 
by Eric Schwitzgebel read by Tatiana Grey First published in Unlikely Story Rated PG-13. “— which suggests possible applications, if the cobbler is much younger. Don’t you think, Miss Professor?” The Dauphin sat twelve rows back — teenage heir apparent to the throne, playing at Academy student — smug smile, a ring of vacant seats around him, hi ...…
 
by Eric Schwitzgebel read by Tatiana Grey First published in Unlikely Story Rated PG-13. “— which suggests possible applications, if the cobbler is much younger. Don’t you think, Miss Professor?” The Dauphin sat twelve rows back — teenage heir apparent to the throne, playing at Academy student — smug smile, a ring of vacant seats around him, hi ...…
 
by Eric Schwitzgebel read by Tatiana Grey First published in Unlikely Story Rated PG-13. “— which suggests possible applications, if the cobbler is much younger. Don’t you think, Miss Professor?” The Dauphin sat twelve rows back — teenage heir apparent to the throne, playing at Academy student — smug smile, a ring of vacant seats around him, hi ...…
 
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Signum University: Gryfflet's Adventures in Middle-earth
 
“But soft! What goats through yonder window break?” “Good job, Saeradan. Well, sort of good job, I mean, you are about to die, but… you’re doing great work.” Gryfflet investigates the rumours about the Old Woman of the Mountain and teams up with Saeradan to tackle the problem.For more information about Mythgard on LOTRO, visit http://mythgard.o ...…
 
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Signum University: Gryfflet's Adventures in Middle-earth
 
“When you capture the laundry of your foes, you keep that private. You don’t flaunt it.” Gryfflet heads down south to get Saeradan. “Can’t think of a single person I want to talk to about desiccated tusks.”For more information about Mythgard on LOTRO, visit http://mythgard.org/activities/mythgard-on-lotro/Join our community:- Facebook: https:// ...…
 
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Hellblazerbiz
 
Now and then you discover an author who totally captures your imagination. Little did I realise that when looking for a new audio book for the car would I find Paul E Cooley and his series The Black. A brilliant trio of books (so far) which stir the imagination and senses, instilling fear and suspense at every turn. In 2015, Paul won the Parsec ...…
 
The Speculative Fiction Cantina: your weekly hypodermic injection of science fiction, fantasy, horror, alternate history, steampunk, cyberpunk, and things weird and wonderful in the world of books and writers. We ask authors the hard questions. You'll hear from writers who bend the rules and drive the narrative. Join S. Evan Townsend on this jo ...…
 
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The Author Stories Podcast - Author Interviews, Brandon Sanderson, Patrick Rothfuss, Jim Butcher, Ernest Cline, Robin Hobb, Diana Gabaldon
 
Today I am joined by Neal Stephenson and Nicole Galland to talk about their new book The Rise and Fall of D.O.D.O. We chat about how they joined up for this unique take on sci-fi and time travel, each of their histories as writers, writing historical fiction, what it was like for President Obama to recommend Neal’s last book, writing plausible ...…
 
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Steven Hoefer's Reader's Room Podcast
 
Reader's Room ponders the best speculative fiction and and science for the week. This week we talk about those books that you found (or maybe they found you) at just the right time and place. Also Show links: Harry Harrison's Stainless Steel Rat ... and Make Room! Make Room! Curtis Chen's Waypoint Kangaroo ... and it's sequel Kangroo Two Some r ...…
 
Episode 71: The Lazarus Effect - Back from the Dead (Again!) This week, the dragons look at a trope mostly peculiar to speculative fiction - that of killing a character off, and then bringing them back to life later in the book, the series or the show. Delving deeper into what exactly the value of character death is in spec fic, SFF authors M.E ...…
 
Main Fiction: "Indigo Blue" by Rachael K. JonesOriginally published in ShimmerrRachael K. Jones grew up in various cities across Europe and North America, picked up (and mostly forgot) six languages, and acquired several degrees in the arts and sciences. Now she writes speculative fiction in Athens, Georgia. Contrary to the rumors, she is proba ...…
 
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Signum University: Gryfflet's Adventures in Middle-earth
 
“Well, now the rubble makes so much more sense.” This week, when Gryfflet's server inexplicably drops his VIP status, friends cheerfully come to the rescue and raid Dol Guldur with him. “I prefer my bad guys to have knees, preferably mighty ones.” For more information about Mythgard on LOTRO, visit http://mythgard.org/activities/mythgard-on-lot ...…
 
Welcome to the second special bonus episode of - The Stephen King Podcast - Constant and New Listeners! For your listening pleasure here is a special bonus episode as Lou Sytsma conducts an interview with Canadian Speculative Fiction writer - Sarah L. Johnson. Sarah has a short story anthology out - Suicide Stitch: Eleven Stories - EMP Publishi ...…
 
The Speculative Fiction Cantina: your weekly hypodermic injection of science fiction, fantasy, horror, alternate history, steampunk, cyberpunk, and things weird and wonderful in the world of books and writers. We ask authors the hard questions. You'll hear from writers who bend the rules and drive the narrative. Join S. Evan Townsend on this jo ...…
 
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Long Now: Conversations at The Interval
 
A special daytime talk by celebrated speculative fiction author Neal Stephenson on the occasion of his just released novel "SEVENEVES". After a reading, Long Now co-founder Stewart Brand joins Neal to discuss the research and writing of the new book, plus a little bit about what is coming next.By The Long Now Foundation.
 
Episode 70: They Shall take up Serpents - Religious Cults in Speculative Fiction This week the dragons are pleased to welcome back fellow author, Amelia McKenzie, as they delve into the shadowy and often disturbing world of cults. What exactly is a cult? How do they opperate? And just how is this reflected in speculative fiction? (Hint; it actu ...…
 
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Steven Hoefer's Reader's Room Podcast
 
Reader's Room ponders the week's most thought-provoking speculative fiction and nonfiction. This week we talk about the transformative power of stories, Neil Gaiman's ability to use stories to evoke gods, and how great it is to pass a book forward. Show links: Neil Gaiman's Norse Mythology (and American Gods) Linkdump: Tang Fei's The Person Who ...…
 
by Shane Halbach read by Dominick Rabrun A PodCastle Original! Rated PG-13. 2016 Russell walked past the Check-‘n-Go and the cell phone shops on either side of it. It was cold, and the bare branches of the leafless trees reached up to snatch plastic bags from the sky. He paused at a bit of graffiti low down on the brick of the abandoned corner ...…
 
by Shane Halbach read by Dominick Rabrun A PodCastle Original! Rated PG-13. 2016 Russell walked past the Check-‘n-Go and the cell phone shops on either side of it. It was cold, and the bare branches of the leafless trees reached up to snatch plastic bags from the sky. He paused at a bit of graffiti low down on the brick of the abandoned corner ...…
 
by Shane Halbach read by Dominick Rabrun A PodCastle Original! Rated PG-13. 2016 Russell walked past the Check-‘n-Go and the cell phone shops on either side of it. It was cold, and the bare branches of the leafless trees reached up to snatch plastic bags from the sky. He paused at a bit of graffiti low down on the brick of the abandoned corner ...…
 
by Shane Halbach read by Dominick Rabrun A PodCastle Original! Rated PG-13. 2016 Russell walked past the Check-‘n-Go and the cell phone shops on either side of it. It was cold, and the bare branches of the leafless trees reached up to snatch plastic bags from the sky. He paused at a bit of graffiti low down on the brick of the abandoned corner ...…
 
In Part Two of this file the multiple award-winning, internationally published author, podcaster, and writing coach, K.M. Weiland, stopped by the show to chat with me about Helping Writers Become Authors, balancing creativity and logic, and beating writer’s block. This episode is brought to you by StudioPress Sites. Rainmaker.FM is Brought to Y ...…
 
In Part Two of this file the multiple award-winning, internationally published author, podcaster, and writing coach, K.M. Weiland, stopped by the show to chat with me about Helping Writers Become Authors, balancing creativity and logic, and beating writer’s block. This episode is brought to you by StudioPress Sites. Rainmaker.FM is Brought to Y ...…
 
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All In Good Storytime
 
We are excited to present All in Good Storytime's premiere podcast! Here we discuss the work of speculative fiction, The Handmaid's Tale, by Margaret Atwood. In this first podcast we cover the first 16 chapters of the bo
 
Fictitious is a new podcast about writing and genre storytelling, presented by Nerd For A Living and hosted by Adron Buske. We will delve into the storytelling process and business of writing for genre entertainment. And by genre, we mean all kinds of speculative fiction - science fiction, fantasy, horror and supernatural, and all the category- ...…
 
If you cannot see the audio controls, listen/download the audio file here Hello, and welcome to another episode of the podcast! This week I'm going over the submission guidelines for Cirsova (get your stories ready!), Steampunk Month and the brilliant trolling of Jon Del Arroz, and talk a bit about horror's place in SFF and why I feel speculati ...…
 
Greetings, little greels. Breathe and be welcome to the AntipodeanSF Radio Show Abanderada, a main belt object named in honour of Argentine first lady Eva Perón, loosely translated from Spanish as "woman with a banner" - So, greels, abandaradas, take a breath, and consider yourself a crusader for social and political change, one short story at ...…
 
The Speculative Fiction Cantina: your weekly hypodermic injection of science fiction, fantasy, horror, alternate history, steampunk, cyberpunk, and things weird and wonderful in the world of books and writers. We ask authors the hard questions. You'll hear from writers who bend the rules and drive the narrative. Join S. Evan Townsend on this jo ...…
 
Episode 69: When you say Nothing at all - Sparkling Dialogue in Speculative Fiction Dialogue forms a vital part of any narrative, breathing life into chracters, giving them distinctive voices and furthering the advance of the plot in books, stage and screen. So how do you go about writing it? What should you be looking for? What makes good dial ...…
 
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Steven Hoefer's Reader's Room Podcast
 
Reader's Room ponders the week's most thought-provoking speculative fiction and nonfiction. This week we talk about the so-called rules of writing, when to break them, and Sylvain Neuvel's novel Sleeping Giants. Show links: Regarding Your Future With The Futures Planning Consortium Short fiction over at Fireside Sylvain Neuvel's Sleeping Giants ...…
 
Baltimore, MD – The prevailing image of a person who reads science fiction or fantasy has always been that of the geeky, white male. In fact, nothing could be further from the truth. While it’s true women and people of color have not always felt especially welcome in the science fiction and fantasy community, today conventions all over the coun ...…
 
This is an excerpt from episode 110b with Casey Plett. The full episode is available to everyone who donates to support Woodland Secrets and Stay Mean. Pledge your support today to help us keep making these shows, and to access our archive of bonus episdoes and montly newsletters. Click here to listen to the full episode! Writer Casey Plett joi ...…
 
This is an excerpt from episode 110b with Casey Plett. The full episode is available to everyone who donates to support Woodland Secrets and Stay Mean. Pledge your support today to help us keep making these shows, and to access our archive of bonus episdoes and montly newsletters. Click here to listen to the full episode! Writer Casey Plett joi ...…
 
The multiple award-winning, internationally published author, podcaster, and writing coach, K.M. Weiland, stopped by the show to chat with me about Helping Writers Become Authors, balancing creativity and logic, and beating writer’s block. This episode is brought to you by StudioPress Sites. Rainmaker.FM is Brought to You By Discover why 201,34 ...…
 
The multiple award-winning, internationally published author, podcaster, and writing coach, K.M. Weiland, stopped by the show to chat with me about Helping Writers Become Authors, balancing creativity and logic, and beating writer’s block. This episode is brought to you by StudioPress Sites. Rainmaker.FM is Brought to You By Discover why 201,34 ...…
 
Traversing the archives of early African American literature, performance, and visual culture, Fugitive Science: Empiricism and Freedom in Early African American Culture (New York University Press, 2017), uncovers the dynamic experiments of a group of black writers, artists, and performers. The author chronicles a little-known story about race ...…
 
Traversing the archives of early African American literature, performance, and visual culture, Fugitive Science: Empiricism and Freedom in Early African American Culture (New York University Press, 2017), uncovers the dynamic experiments of a group of black writers, artists, and performers. The author chronicles a little-known story about race ...…
 
In this episode, special guest Zak Breckenridge joins us to talk about Margaret Atwood's "The Handmaid's Tale." We discuss the power dynamics of language in a dystopia, survival, and maintaining a sense of self. Plus, we consider how exactly to categorize the novel (if that is even important) as well as try to navigate through all the internet ...…
 
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Galactic Suburbia
 
In which we launch new projects and Discover a new/old love for Star Trek. Bet you didn’t know how much we love Star Trek. What’s new on the internet? Nebula Weekend means awards and other announcements! Tansy announces the impending Kickstarter for Mother of Invention: A speculative fiction anthology of diverse, challenging stories about gende ...…
 
On our most recent podcast episode, Sephera Giron, Andrew Robertson, Julianne Snow and Dannen Hawes sat down to chat about every writer’s worst nightmare: rejection. While the discussion revealed all kinds of great tips on how to deal with rejection, things got really interesting when the panel addressed their favourite rejection letter/experie ...…
 
For decades aspiring fantasy writers have been subjected to dismissive behavior from college professors who disparage genre literature, even though such professors often admit they’ve never actually read any fantasy or science fiction. This sort of hostility is unfortunately alive and well today, as college freshman Alina Sichevaya can attest. ...…
 
Greetings and salutations speculative fiction feasters. Hi, I am indeed Nuke, and this is the AntiSF radio Show AAVSO, stuck right in the middle of the belt, rocky, and labelled with an acronym that celebrates the American Association of Variable Star Observers (AAVSO) maintaining the largest database of variable star observations in the world. ...…
 
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