Episode 27 REPOST: You Do Not Masturbate Your Hugo

Welcome to the August episode of the SF Squeecast! Episode 27 is called “You Do Not Masturbate Your Hugo.” It was recorded LIVE at CONvergence! This episode features the SF Squeecast regulars Elizabeth Bear, Paul Cornell, Lynne M. Thomas, and SPECIAL GUESTS Emma Bull and Kelly McCullough!

In this episode we squeed about:


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

ETA: Have reposted this episode to the Internet Archive (where we host) in the hopes of getting it to populate the usual places.

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.


8 Responses to “Episode 27 REPOST: You Do Not Masturbate Your Hugo”

  1. Paul (@princejvstin) Says:

    Yay! Even if I’ve not been invited to the Squeecast, I managed to get a shoutout in this episode thanks to my question-remembering skills!

  2. Frank Says:

    Where was Lynn’s squee? I’m sure she coulda filled 30 minutes easy, right?

  3. lynnethomas Says:

    Lynne hadn’t had time to consume anything to squee about, and with two guests, was certain we wouldn’t need her squee to fill an hour, since panel slots are typically shorter than our usual recording…

    Um, we underestimated Sunday Convention Brain. Oops.

    Don’t worry! I squee once more in our next episode! 🙂

  4. Sarah Williams Says:

    Zombie, Run! can be done on stationary exercise device, although it wouldn’t work to do the Zombie chases.

    They don’t suggest using an actual bike if you’re doing the chases because the speed calculator has trouble at higher speeds.

  5. Gregory Says:

    Hi There….

    First off any congratulations on the Hugo for the podcast. Totally, well, squeeing that you all won this year…

    Writing to thank Paul for the recommendation of Princess Jellyfish… I have long been a fan of japanese animation (from way way back in the Captain Harlock and Space Cruiser Yamato era…) and have not watched much but when you guys talk about something I know I have to give it a shot… watched the first episode which gave me a chance after more then a decade to practice my rusty Japanese and well love it… thanks


  6. lynnethomas Says:


  7. Naomi Alderman Says:

    We can tell if you try to use Zombies, Run! in your car :-). Above a certain speed, it stops working. Nice try though, guy in the audience.

  8. @verrilicious Says:

    Princess Jellyfish is now streamable from both YouTube and Hulu. I’m really happy Funimation is releasing this wonderful anime series online, as it will probably never be show on a commercial TV channel in the US.


    Paul, thanks again for recommending it!