This month we’re hanging out with the living dead, talking Certain Dark Things with Silvia Moreno-Garcia. Then, we talk to Deborah Hyde to find out why hanging out in your kitchen is the best place to fend of a vampire.
This month we talk to none other than Ann Leckie about her new book Provenance. And after that we have Paul Craddock, materials scientist from the British Museum to talk about what makes a historical object authentic. Plot of Provenance Following her record-breaking debut trilogy, Ann Leckie, winner of the Hugo, Nebula, Arthur C. …
This week, we talk to author Vivian Shaw about Greta Helsing, doctor to London’s monsters in Strange Practice. Then we talk to Tom Oates, Consult General Physician at the Royal London hospital about what its like treating the more human elements of the London population.
In this Episode of Science Fiction Double Feature, I talk to author Yoon Ha Lee about his second novel in the Machineries of Empire series, Raven Stratagem. Then we dive into all things heretical with Professor Claire Taylor from the University of Nottingham. Plot of Raven Stratagem Shuos Jedao is unleashed. The long-dead general, preserved with exotic …
In this Episode of Science Fiction Double Feature, I talk to author Omar El Akkad about his debut novel American War. Then we find out about what life was like for women in the actual American Civil War with historian Elizabeth Leonard.
In this Episode of Science Fiction Double Feature, I talk to author Sylvain Neuvel about Waking Gods, the second book in the the Themis File series. Then we find out how we’d actually try to translate an alien language with Professor of Linguistics Daniel Harbour.
In this Episode of Science Fiction Double Feature, I talk to author V E Schwab about A Conjuring of Light, the third and final installment of the Shades of Magic Series. Then we find out what 18th century London would have really been like with Professor of Urban History, Tim Hitchcock.