Episode 26: M. John Harrison Nearly Got Me Strip Searched

Welcome to the July episode of the SF Squeecast! Episode 26 is called “M. John Harrison Nearly Got Me Strip Searched.” This episode features the SF Squeecast regulars Elizabeth Bear, Paul Cornell, Seanan McGuire, Lynne M. Thomas, and Catherynne M. Valente!

In this episode we squeed about:


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Additional credits: Special thanks to our webmaster, Dmitri Zagidulin, our technical producer David McHone-Chase, Jeff Bohnhoff at Mystic Fig Studios for the instrumentals of music by Seanan McGuire, Katy Shuttleworth, who made our ROCKING logo, and Michael Damian Thomas for general administrative support.


4 Responses to “Episode 26: M. John Harrison Nearly Got Me Strip Searched”

  1. Paul Weimer (@princejvstin) Says:

    EArwormed right at the start of the episode. D’oh! 😉

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  3. Michael R. Underwood Says:

    I read LIGHT in undergrad, which was a renaissance of SF reading for me, thanks to SF/F-focused classes and mentorship from friends who were in graduate programs.

    To me, LIGHT was fairly well a revelation. I’d never read a Space Opera that had that much of a literary fiction bent to it, and the ways that the leads shied away from/defied traditional Protagonist-y Likeability was an exciting challenge as a reader.

    Like Cat, I now find myself wanting to go back and re-read it, since I am, like many, in a very different place than I was then.

    On Marvels – I too have a hearty love for Marvels, not just for Alex Ross art, but as an introductory text for the Marvel universe and an exemplar of storytelling in the graphic novel form.

    On RED – I ditto Seanan, and Bear’s notes about the romance. I admit that I have nothing more substantive to add than that. 🙂


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