Monthly Archives: October 2022

S2E11: Nick Nocturne Discusses Unfiction

I interview Nick Nocturne, host of the YouTube channel Night Mind about the emerging genre of unfiction and its relation to science fiction. Nick’s recommendations:PBhere (sci-fi)Diminish (non-sci-fi) Check out this episode!

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Movie Review: Black Adam

DC superhero films are doing something interesting and kind of Marvel-esque this year. They are releasing two films in the same series back-to-back. This week saw the premier of Black Adam, and just five months from now in March will … Continue reading

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Book Review: What If? 2 by Randall Munroe

In 2014, XKCD creator Randall Munroe released What If?, a book based on his long-running…blog? It’s not his usual “blag,” but I think it qualifies. Anyway, in it, he used science to answer “absurd hypothetical questions” submitted by his readers. … Continue reading

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S2E10: Interview: Brown and Hansen on Stephen King

In the podcast’s first panel interview, I speak to two Stephen King scholars, Simon Brown and Regina Hansen, about King’s illustrious career and influence on science fiction. Book and movie recommendation: The Dead Zone. Check out this episode!

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S2E9: Catch-Up Episode #4: Horror

In the first of three horror-themed episodes for October, I discuss one class work that I passed over before and one new work. Recommendation: The Midwich Cuckoos by John Wyndham Other work discussed: Jordan Peele’s Nope Check out this episode!

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