154. Violence in Genre Fiction w/ Brad Beaulieu & Stephanie Saulter

11 Jul

Violence, consequences, and the world of genre, oh my!  Authors Brad Beaulieu and Stephanie Saulter join us to discuss how genre writers handle violence.  The episode was inspired by Adam Callaway’s post on fantasy.  We cover everything from writing about violence, sexual violence, horror violence, and much more!

We hope you enjoy the episode!

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

Episode 154 — Download (MP3)

Intro and Discussion (0:00 – 1:04:07)

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3 Responses to “154. Violence in Genre Fiction w/ Brad Beaulieu & Stephanie Saulter”

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  1. Podcast: Violence in Genre Fiction | Talking back to the night - July 12, 2013

    […] Ep. 154: Violence in Genre Fiction w/ Brad Beaulieu and Stephanie Saulter […]

  2. For Your Hugo Award Consideration: A Very Big, Non-Endorsement List of Things to Love | The Skiffy and Fanty Show - February 28, 2014

    […] The Flames of Shadam Khoreh by Brad Beaulieu (from Episode 154) […]

  3. Book Review: Gemsigns by Stephanie Saulter | The Skiffy and Fanty Show - March 26, 2015

    […] interviewed Stephanie in an episode of the podcast. Stephanie has also been on the show to discuss violence in genre (with Brad Beaulieu) and also to discuss Caribbean SF (with Tobias Buckell and Karen […]

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