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The Skiffy and Fanty Show
179. Ann Leckie (a.k.a. Singularitrix) -- Ancillary Justice (An Interview + Giveaway)
178. Emma Newman (a.k.a. Tea & Cake) -- The Split Worlds Trilogy
177. Nick Mamatas -- Love is the Law (An Interview)
175. Religion and Genre Fiction w/ Max Gladstone & David Levine (A Discussion)
Shoot the WISB (Movie Reviews)
#11 -- Catching Fire (2013) -- A Shoot the WISB Discussion
#10 -- Babylon 5 Re-Watch (Ep. 1-4) -- A Shoot the WISB Discussion
#09 -- Gravity (2013)
#08 — The Riddick Trilogy (2000, 2004, & 2013)
#07 -- The World's End (2013)
#06 — Elysium (2013) — A Shoot the WISB Discussion
We're full up for 2013. However, the World SF Tour begins next year. If you've got a movie/book/collection that will fit the theme, let us know! Details here!
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