This month we talk to Adam Christopher about Russian dopplegangers. As well as his new book, Hang Wire.
Hang Wire Buying Info:
We’re dropping in some interviews here and there, not official shows, just some chats with some of our authors. The latest is with Emma Newman, author of The Split Worlds series.
We’re dropping in some interviews here and there, not official shows, just some chats with some of our authors.
There are words here. Bad words. 13 minutes of them. You have been warned.
Earlier we announced that Nexus by Ramez Naam is shortlisted for a Kitschies Award. Recently, Mur Lafferty had a chat with him. Mez is always worth 10 minutes of your time. Here he talks about the world of Nexus and its sequel, Crux, and the science that informs his work.
Mez is a futurist and has some fascinating things to say about Artificial Intelligence, nanotech, and the future of mankind.
Here are a couple of great talks he’s given:
This month we talk to Andy Remic, author of The Iron Wolves.
The Iron Wolves Buying Info:
Don’t forget to read Wesley’s Christmas blog post, and get his ebooks for just one shiny new pound! (or about US $1.30)
This month we roused New Zealand author Freya Robertson out of bed to discuss her new book, Heartwood. Thanks for being a good 5am sport, Freya!
Don’t forget to read Freya’s blog!
We’re back, preparing for WorldCon and talking to Paul S. Kemp about his new book, A Discourse in Steel!
Last month, WorldCon played host to several Angry Robot authors, and I was able to sit down with Chuck Wendig and Adam Christopher to talk about their new books. We also brainstormed the next books they will be writing. Listen to find out.
Not for kids.
We’re back with a live intro with Lee Harris at WorldCon, and an interview with Madeline Ashby, the author of vN, out last month from Angry Robot!
We bowled at WorldCon. It wasn’t pretty.
Did we mention it’s explicit?
Don’t forget to read Chuck’s blog, Terrible Minds!
We welcome back Matt Forbeck to the show to talk about his historical horror, Carpathia. We also remind you of the Angry Robot and Strange Chemistry Open Door 2012, and encourage you to read the guidelines!
It’s time to talk to David Tallerman about Giant Thief, and Lee and Amanda discuss the recent SFX Weekender and the upcoming open submission time.
We’re back from our hiatus, with a bit of a format change. I’m joined in my hosting duties by Lee and Marco, who talk about where Angry Robot is right now, and then we talk to author Peter Crowther of Darkness Falling (out now!) We cover the book, Stephen King, Ray Bradbury, and the Twilight Zone (both the classic and the 1985 version.) After we talk to Pete, you get a peek at the audiobook!
Happy birthday Angry Robot! We welcome back one of the first authors, Kaaron Warren, to talk about her new book Mistification (and a little about her previous book, Walking the Tree.)
Theme song courtesy of John Anealio – find more of his awesome/twisted science fiction-themed music at SciFi Songs.