104 – Editor Spotlight: Neil Clarke

August 7, 2017 0

un_clarkeWorldcon approaches! We take a break from the excitement to get on the horn with Hugo winner/nominee Neil Clarke, editor of Clarkesworld magazine. He gives us insight into the editorial process and his other projects, including Forever magazine and the Best Science Fiction of the Year anthologies.

103 – Publishing Predictions

July 28, 2017 0

Where is publishing headed? What hot new subgenres will burn up the bestseller charts? As with Hollywood, if anyone knew the answer, there would be no duds and bombs. But what harm in speculation? The Narrators offer their hopes and guesses for the Next Big Things in books and entertainment.

102 – Author Spotlight: Matt Ruff

July 19, 2017 0

un_ruffMatt Ruff has been writing fiction and winning awards since the release of Fool on the Hill in 1988. His latest, Lovecraft Country, won us over with its mix of well-versed horror and social commentary. Chris, Chia and George talk to Matt about his books, his process and what comes next.

100 – Relationships in Fiction

July 6, 2017 0

Unreliable NarratorsSurprise! It’s our 100th episode! Yes, we know, it may not look like it due to our confusing numbering scheme, which ends now! Celebrate with us as we discuss relationships in fiction, primarily platonic and unlikely friendships that have inspired us in reading and writing. Champagne in the lobby.

79.0 – Alyx Dellamonica and Kelly Robson

June 29, 2017 0

un_dellarobsonThis week we’re load-testing Skype! All four narrators join a discussion with the dramatic writing duo, Alyx Dellamonica and Kelly Robson. Our guests discuss their individual successes as well as their decision to move from Vancouver to Toronto–and other amazing benefits of an all-writer household.

77.0 – Author Spotlight: Brooke Bolander

June 15, 2017 0

un_bolanderBrooke Bolander‘s short fiction has been nominated for Hugo, Nebula, Locus and Theodore Sturgeon awards. Next year, she moves into longer fiction with her Tor.com debut, The Only Harmless Great Thing. Join us for a discussion of her fiction and her influences. Alcohol may be involved.

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