This month we speak to author of The Rewind Files, Claire Willett and professor at Columbia Journalism School, Michael Schudson.
Well, it’s probably safe to say that if you liked Ninefox Gambit and were like “what I’d really like, is more of that, but with more deception and explosions” that’s kind of what you got. Which is, of course, brilliant. Raven Stratagem takes place right after the events at the end of Ninefox Gambit, where you might recall, Cheris …
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.
In this episode of Science Fiction Double Feature, I talk to author Carrie Patel about The Buried Life and its sequel Cities and Thrones. We then find out what it takes to build things underground with Crossrail Project Manager Linda Miller.
In this Episode of Science Fiction Double Feature, I talk to Becky Chambers about A Closed and Common Orbit, the sequel to A Long Way to a Small Angry Planet. I then speak to Professor Blay Whitby about where we’re at with artificial intelligence right now.
In this episode of Science Fiction Double Feature, I talk to Malka Older, author of the science fiction mystery-action-thriller, Infomocracy. We then find out about the state of e-democracy and e-participation with Stefan Strauß from the Institute of Technology Assessment in the Austrian Academy of Sciences.