October is gone. Like many months this year, it wasn’t a good one, but it did end with a lovely bit of political schadenfreude. Add in the free candy and maybe October wasn’t so bad after all.
In the Skiffy and Fanty echo chamber, we’ve been watching the stats with amusement. You’ve been enjoying our stuff, both new and old. That gives us happy feels. Here are the most popular posts and episodes you enjoyed this month:
- Breaking News: Peter Jackson to turn The Silmarillion into a 14-movie epic (by Michael J. Martinez)
- Behind the Scenes of the Clan Chronicles Take 3: The Science by Julie Czerneda (Guest Post)
- Metropolis (1927), Feminism, and Influence by Stina Leicht
- Movie Review: “Blade Runner 2049” (‘As clear as dreaming’) (reviewed by Trish Matson)
- Guest Post: Tremontaine’s Karen A. R. Lord shares her Philosophy of the Sword
- Diversity in SF Film: Things to Come (1936) by Stina Leicht
- Review: The Mad Scientist’s Daughter by Cassandra Clarke (reviewed by Jen Zink)
- Book Review: CUCKOO SONG by Frances Hardinge (reviewed by Daniel Haeusser)
- Guest Post: Things I Wish I Knew When I Started – Thoughts on Finishing a Trilogy by Jacey Bedford
- Book Review: Iraq + 100: Stories from a Century After the Invasion (reviewed by Kate Sherrod)
- Episode 337 — Ann Leckie (a.k.a. Singularitrix) — Provenance (An Interview)
- Episode 280 — The Wonders and Politics of Steampunk w/ Cherie Priest, Beth Cato, and Jaymee Goh
- The Great Lake Conspiracy — A Mustache and the Mutt Mystery (Audio Drama for Jay Lake)
- Episode 338 — Indigenous Representation in Horror — A Discussion w/ Darcie Little Badger, Nathan Adler, and Stephen
- Shoot the WISB #08 — The Riddick Trilogy (2000, 2004, & 2013)
- Episode 48 — Science Fiction: Entertainment or Pretentious Art?
- Signal Boost #23 — Eden Royce and Karolina Fedyk
- Episode 336 — WorldCon 75 Interview Edition with Marko Kloos, Crystal Huff, and David J. Peterson
- Episode 331 — Tobias Buckell (a.k.a. Captain Planet) — At NASFiC (An Interview)
- Episode 49 — Interview w/ Alex Bledsoe
What did you enjoy the most? Let us know in the comments!