Tag Archives: ICFA

297. Wonder Tales w/ Amal El-Mohtar, Max Gladstone, and Usman Malik (at ICFA)

16 May

World wonders, literary influences, and terminology debates, oh my!  Live at ICFA, we’re joined by Amal El-Mohtar, Max Gladstone, and Usman Malik to discuss wonder tales.  We explore what wonder tales means, how wonder tales are a global phenomenon, the influence of global genre literature, and much more!

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224. Multicultural Steampunk, World SF, and War Stories w/ Diana Pho and Andrew Liptak at ICFA

29 Sep

Retrofuturism, power armor, and awesome clothes, oh my!  In one of our last recordings from ICFA, Diana Pho and Andrew Liptak join us to discuss Beyond Victoriana, multicultural sf, Western influence, and the now-available anthology, War Stories edited by Andrew Liptak and Jaym Gates.

We hope you enjoy the episode!

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207. David Edison (a.k.a. Kahlua Engine) — The Waking Engine (An Interview at ICFA)

6 Jun

Cities of the dead, sass, and New Yorkers, oh my!  Shaun and Julia have a little fun with David Edison in a hotel room.  We talk about words, David’s new book, The Waking Engine, the after life, urban fantasy, his publishing journey, Torchwood, and a whole lot of random, silly stuff, and sass.

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The Waking Engine by David Edison

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205. Mary Anne Mohanraj & Cecilia Tan at ICFA (An Interview) #WorldSFTour

22 May

Sri Lanka, erotica, and world sf futures, oh my!  Mary Anne Mohanraj and Cecilia Tan join Julia and Shaun at ICFA to discuss a whole lot of amazing things.  We cover the history of Circlet Press, the nature of erotic sf/f, Mary’s incredible The Stars Change, Sri Lankan politics, sexuality and genre, immigration from South Asia and assimilation in the West, and so much more.

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

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199. Sofia Samatar (a.k.a. Malkia wa Ndoto) at ICFA (An Interview) #WorldSFTour

19 Apr

Arabic fantasy, linguistic wonders, and strange worlds, oh my!  Sofia Samatar joins Shaun, Julia, and Keffy to discuss her 2014 Crawford Award winning novel, A Stranger in Olondria.  Also on the discussion table:  Arabic fiction, fantastic and otherwise, academia, writing influences, and much more!

We hope you enjoy the episode!

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A Stranger in Olondria by Sofia Samatar

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