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A monthly podcast about queer content in speculative fiction media.

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A monthly podcast about queer content in speculative fiction media.

    All Retellings are Fanfiction: Amara Lynn

    All Retellings are Fanfiction: Amara Lynn

    All Retellings are Fanfiction: Amara Lynn Click above to download or find us on Apple Podcasts and iHeart Radio. This episode features author Amara Lynn. We talk about the importance of low-stakes sci-fi and fantasy, the ridiculousness of literary analysis, and, of course, I ramble about my love of fairytale retellings. Stuff we talk about... Continue Reading →

    Hope in the Apocalypse: Alex DiFrancesco

    Hope in the Apocalypse: Alex DiFrancesco

    Hope in the Apocalypse: Alex DiFrancesco Click above to download or find us on Apple Podcasts and iHeart Radio. This episode features author Alex DiFrancesco. We talk about how climate change and gentrification influenced their writing, the importance of found family in the apocalypse, and the problems with blanket boycotts. Stuff we talk about this... Continue Reading →

    The Direction of Greatest Courage: Gail Carriger

    The Direction of Greatest Courage: Gail Carriger

    The Direction of Greatest Courage: Gail Carriger Click above to download or find us on Apple Podcasts. This episode features author Gail Carriger. We talk about writing a cozy mystery set on a space station, being thirsty in the desert of ’90s spec fic, the origins of “girding your loins,” and how our own prejudice... Continue Reading →

    Reproductive Slavery and the Apocalypse: Meg Elison

    Reproductive Slavery and the Apocalypse: Meg Elison

    Reproductive Slavery and the Apocalypse: Meg Elison Click above to download or find us on Apple Podcasts. This episode features author of the Philip K. Dick Award-winning The Book of the Unnamed Midwife, Meg Elison. We talk about menstruating during the apocalypse, the “importance” of furthering the species, and I ramble at Meg about my... Continue Reading →

    We Can Still Have Hope: O.E. Tearmann

    We Can Still Have Hope: O.E. Tearmann

    We Can Still Have Hope: O.E. Tearmann Click above to download or find us on iTunes. This episode features one half of the writing duo of O.E. Tearmann. We talk about how current events and history inspire speculative fiction, the importance of community over profit, and the power of hope. Stuff we talk about in... Continue Reading →

    Masculinity is a Prison: Michael G. Williams

    Masculinity is a Prison: Michael G. Williams

    Masculinity is a Prison: Michael G. Williams Click above to download or find us on iTunes. This episode features author Michael G. Williams. We talk about the complexity of lived queer experiences, the power of queerness to dismantle the patriarchy, genre jumping and Emperor Norton. We spent so much time trading queer anecdotes, we only... Continue Reading →

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