This week’s episode is an impromptu discussion about some fantastic topics (thanks a lot, Stina Leicht, for making us ramble like buffoons). On today’s show: Paul Weimer forces us to attempt, albeit at the last minute, urban fantasy; Doctor Who finally has a new companion, about which we feel like bitching; and apparently science fiction in American TV is dying (yes, we’re not playing the “SF is dying” game; specificity is everything).
We hope you enjoy the episode!
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Note 2: Because we only briefly covered defining urban fantasy in this episode, we are going to bring it into our interview this week with Stina Leicht. Expect more discussion then!
Here’s the episode (show notes are below):
Episode 93 — Download (MP3)
Intro and Discussion (0:00 – 33:44)
- “New Doctor Who Companion is Jennifer-Louise Coleman” by Stubby the Rocket (Tor.com)
- “10 Better Choices for the Next Doctor Who Companion” by K. Tempest Bradford
- “The Death of American Sci-fi” by Russell Holly (Geek.com)
That’s all, folks! Thanks for listening. See you next week.