272. German Language SF at LonCon3 w/ Martin Stricker, Ju Honisch, Oliver Plaschka, Volker Tanger, and Stefanie Zurek

25 May

Achtung, deutsche Science-Fiction im Haus!  In our last recording from LonCon3, we present the panel on German Language SF featuring Martin Stricker, Ju Honisch, Oliver Plaschka, Volker Tanger, and Stefanie Zurek!

Here is the panel description:

Recent years have seen several major German SF novels appear in English, including Wolfgang Jeschke’s “The Cusanus Game”, Frank Schatzing’s “The Swarm”, and Julie Zeh’s “The Method”. Are these representative of the contemporary German field? Which other writers (and film-makers, and TV shows) are defining contemporary German SF?

We hope you enjoy the episode!

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

Episode 272 — Download (MP3)

Show Notes:

Germany Flag Map

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.

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2 Responses to “272. German Language SF at LonCon3 w/ Martin Stricker, Ju Honisch, Oliver Plaschka, Volker Tanger, and Stefanie Zurek”

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    […] Eine etwas weiter zurückliegende Con ist die LonCon3, die letztes Jahr im September in London stattfand. In einem Panel berichteten dort Martin Sticker, Ju Honisch, Oliver Plaschka, Volker Tanger und Stefanie Zurek über über deutsche SF und andere Phantastik. Was sie da erzählt haben, kann man inzwischen hier nachhören. […]

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