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Episode 25: Friendship and Haruspicy


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Welcome to the June episode of the SF Squeecast! Episode 25 is called “Friendship and Haruspicy.” This episode features the SF Squeecast regulars Elizabeth Bear, Paul Cornell, Seanan McGuire, and Lynne M. Thomas!

In this episode we squeed about:

There is also an SHOCKING ANNOUNCEMENT during the episode!

Click here to listen, press play below, or right-click to download the episode (mp3).

3 Responses to “Episode 25: Friendship and Haruspicy”

  1. Sarah Williams Says:

    Seanan mentioned a short story, that I don’t think I’ve read, about someone writing about how to break quarantine so that she can kill all the people.

    Is that available somewhere? How can I find it?

  2. Sarah Williams Says:

    We’re totally not tolerant. We enjoy the digressions.

    I wasn’t pushing for the reading of entrails, but I wasn’t in the audience, so I wouldn’t have gotten to see it….

  3. Paul Weimer (@princejvstin) Says:

    I confess that I came to Danger Mouse late–as in only a few years ago.

    A mutual acquaintance from long back of Bear’s and I, Scott Olson of My Friends the Olsons™, bought the box set (being a fan from way back like Bear) and introduced me to it that way.

    Poor, poor Penfeld. He always got the short end of the stick.

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