GGG#257: Professors vs. Fantasy

Episode 257 << Coming May 27th

Alina Sichevaya, Jameyanne Fuller, and Emma Clark discuss how to deal with creative writing professors who are hostile toward fantasy & science fiction.

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GGG#256: Taboo TV Series Review

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Carrie Vaughn, Erin Lindsey, and Sam J. Miller join us to discuss the new historical drama Taboo on FX.

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GGG#255: Cosmic Powers Anthology

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John Joseph Adams, Tobias Buckell, and Becky Chambers join us to discuss John’s new anthology Cosmic Powers.

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GGG#254: Sean Patrick Fannon

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Sean Patrick Fannon joins us to discuss writing a new adaption of the popular Rifts pen & paper role-playing game.

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GGG#253: Neil Gaiman

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Neil Gaiman joins us to discuss the new Starz adaptation of American Gods.

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GGG#252: Titus Chalk

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Titus Chalk joins us to discuss his new book Generation Decks: The Unofficial History of Gaming Phenomenon Magic: The Gathering.

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GGG#251: Daniel Suarez

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Daniel Suarez joins us to discuss his new science fiction thriller Change Agent.

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GGG#250: Elizabeth Hand

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Elizabeth Hand joins us to discuss her recent books Fire and Errantry.

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GGG#249: Richard Kelly

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Richard Kelly joins us to discuss his films Donnie Darko, Southland Tales, and The Box.

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GGG#248: Cancelled Sci-Fi Classics

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John J. Joex of CancelledSciFi.com joins us to discuss why so many great sci-fi shows get cancelled.

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