With the 2018 World Fantasy Convention just weeks away, Gary and Jonathan sit down to discuss the upcoming convention, the life achievement recipients, nominees and much more.
This episode is a bit of ramble and includes digressions on questions like whether this really is an outstanding year for story collections (with new collections from N.K. Jemisin, Michael Bishop, and others) or if great collections coming out regularly is the new norm and whether we should devote any time at all on the podcast to such things as movies and TV (hint: Jonathan is sceptical).
We hope to see many of you in Baltimore. Until then, though, we hope you enjoy the podcast.
Episode 352: A Surplus of Us
Episode 351: A Quick One
Episode 350: Hey, well how about that?
Episode 349: Sarah Pinsker on the road
Episode 348: Nebulas, Hugos, ereading and more
Episode 347: Charlie Jane Anders and The City in the Middle of the Night
Episode 346: Neil Clarke and the State of Short Fiction in 2018
Episode 345: Liza Trombi, Locus, and the Year in Review
Episode 344: Time, Cities and Moving to the Poles
Episode 343: Grand Masters and other Awards...
Episode 342: The Books of 2019
Episode 341: 2018 Year in Review
Episode 340: Andy Duncan and the Road to Utopia
REPOST - Episode 339 - The Road to Baltimore
Episode 338: Alec Nevala-Lee, Andy Duncan, and the Astounding Legacy
Episode 337: Rich Larson and the Future of Science Fiction (sort of)
Episode 336: 2018 Novels to Read...
REISSUE - Episode 335: Karen Joy Fowler, James Patrick Kelly, and the Workshop Experience
Episode 335: Karen Joy Fowler, James Patrick Kelly, and the Workshop Experience
Myths and Legends
What Should I Read Next?
Tales of Terror and Mystery by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle
Freedom, Books, Flowers & the Moon
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