James L. Sutter, author and editor at Paizo, joins us for a brilliant discussion about media tie-in fiction, Middle Eastern settings, the after life, atheism/theism in fiction, his debut novel, Death’s Heretic, and many more fascinating topics.
But before we devolve into lackluster puns about death, ghosts, souls, and so on, we’ll just direct you to the episode!
We hope you enjoy the interview!
(You’ll notice that the numbers changed again. This will be the last time. There’s a little note at the beginning of the episode that explains everything.)
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Here’s the episode (show notes are below):
Episode 83 — Download (MP3)
Intro and Interview w/ James L. Sutter (0:00 – 1:19:02)
- James’ Website
- James’ Twitter
- Paizo Publishing
- “The Gray Zone: Moral Ambiguity in Fantasy” by James L. Sutter
- “Fantasy and Moral Ambiguity: Repetition Rears its Ugly Head” by Shaun Duke
That’s all, folks! Thanks for listening. See you next week.