203. Stephanie Saulter (a.k.a. The Jeweler) — Gemsigns (An Interview) #worldsftour

7 May

Genetic mutations, civil rights, and pandemics, oh my!  Stina and Shaun join forces to interview Stephanie Saulter about her novel, Gemsigns, which was released yesterday in the United States.  We talk about imagining changing cultures, technological advancements, religion, civil rights, and how all of these things are tied to her incredible sf novel!

You U.K. folks can get Binary, the sequel, right now.  What are you waiting for?  Go.  Now.  Why are you still here?  GET!  There’s a Waterstones somewhere near you.  Don’t come back until you have both of the books in hand (OK, so you can come back without it, but we recommend the “buy books now” option).

We hope you enjoy the episode!

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

Episode 203 — Download (MP3)

Show Notes:

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Our new intro music is “Time Flux” by Revolution Void (CC BY 3.0).

That’s all, folks!  Thanks for listening.  See you next week.


3 Responses to “203. Stephanie Saulter (a.k.a. The Jeweler) — Gemsigns (An Interview) #worldsftour”


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    […] Podcast: Interview | The Skiffy and Fanty Show | 7 May 2014 […]

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    […] 203. Stephanie Saulter (a.k.a. The Jeweler) — Gemsigns (An Interview) #worldsftour […]

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

    […] interested in learning more about Gemsigns and its world, Shaun and Stina 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 […]

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