George and Chia apparently still haven’t caught ’em all! The Pokemon Go craze may have died down long ago, but two intrepid narrators forge ahead with the collecting of pocket monsters. Cath and Chris offer cultural asides as we ruminate on what, indeed, makes Pokemon go.
Who let the llamas out? We talk to author Kameron Hurley about her career and her writing, including the new space opera The Stars are Legion and the upcoming finale of the Worldbreaker saga. Of course, that’s but the tip of the iceberg, gentle listener. She also shares thoughts on blogging, dayjobbing and finding truth in our current, upside-down climate.
All hands are on deck to discuss the life and work of Alfred Hitchcock, one of the most prominent film directors of the last century. What made his films work? Did his obsessions help or mar his legacy? Bonus exploits of Chia the Agent’s Assistant and Student Cath shrieking in the study carrels.
The first (only?) round of E’ville is out the door as of yesterday. Many thanks to everyone who contributed in ways great and small–no way would this have been possible without all of you. I have quite a few thoughts about the whole process and what it’s taught me; rather than push all the podcasts off the front page, I’ve shared it on my own blog.
We’re just getting warmed up. Stay tuned for more off-kilter side projects!