What nifty things dropped into our laps last week? This week’s edition of Around the Podosphere has the answer. Here’s what we’ve been listening to!
- The fine folks at The Coode Street Podcast welcome Liza Trombi from Locus to talk about upcoming books, including a few we probably should read soon. In a prior episode, they brought on Alisa Krasnostein, Sean Wright, and Tehani Wessely to discuss the Aurealis Awards.
- Doing justice to everyone’s childhood, The Book was Better crew discuss the novelization of the classic 80s movie, The Goonies. Excuse me while I put that movie in my DVD player…
- Rocket Talk welcomes James L. Sutter and Mordicai Knode to discuss Paizo Publishing’s new relationship with Tor Books (hooray for positive changes!). More recently, Ferrett Steinmetz and Monica Byrne discussed the Clarion Writer’s Workshop and the problem with genre classifications for authors.
On Leonard Nimoy:
- The Incomparable crew offer some very fine words about Nimoy, his career, his influence, and his legacy. A great man who will be sorely missed.