143. Paul Cornell (a.k.a. The Cricket Whisperer) — London Falling (An Interview)

23 Apr

Coppers, monsters, and blood blisters, oh my!  This week, the multi-talented Paul Cornell joins us to talk about his latest fantasy novel, London Falling, the power of London for fantasy writers, the supernatural vs. the real world, Doctor Who, and so much more.

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Here’s the episode (show notes are below):

Episode 143 — Download (MP3)

London Falling by Paul Cornell

Intro and Discussion (0:00 – 1:19:21)

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4 Responses to “143. Paul Cornell (a.k.a. The Cricket Whisperer) — London Falling (An Interview)”

  1. Christopher Lee Deards April 24, 2013 at 8:24 am #

    I loved Neverwhere, so I imagine I will like this book, too. Thanks for bringing it to my attention.


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