174. Cassandra Rose Clarke at Worldcon (an Interview of Sorts)

4 Nov

Mad scientists, assassins, and publishing, oh my!  Cassandra Rose Clarke joins Jen and Shaun in a mysterious San Antonio restaurant to talk about her novels, writing, the fantasy genre, galactic empires (well, Shaun talks about that), and much more!  Plus, there may be a few half-truths in here.  We’ll leave you to figure them out!

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Episode 174 — Download (MP3)

Show Notes

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