In which Alex and Tansy leap back into 2016 to talk Awards (it's that season again!), comics, novellas, mysterious London novels and epic feminist canon. Also, Molly Meldrum. Locus Recommended Reading List. BSFA Awards shortlist
Letters to Tiptree 99 cents! Bestseller on Amazon!
Tansy’s new podcast plug! Sheep Might Fly & Fake Geek Girl
Kickstarter for Ursula Le Guin documentary.
Nominating for Hugos (til end of March) don't forget.
And Part 1 of the University of Oregon’s Tiptree Symposium, with Julie Phillips - (Alex says: sorry not sorry, Tansy)
Tansy: Hellcat by Kate Leth & Brittney Williams, Archie by Mark Waid & Fiona Staples, The Honey Month by Amal El-Mohtar, The Beatriceid by Kate Elliott, “Binti” by Nnedi Okorafor, “The Heart is Eaten Last” by Kameron Hurley (note: Kameron says any new Patreon subscriber automatically gets access to all the stories she has posted so far including this one - bargain at as little as $1 a month!) Alex: Jonathan Strange and Mr Norrell, Susannah Clarke; Neverwhere, Neil Gaiman (plus others of course). The Just City, Jo Walton; Walk to the End of the World, Suzy McKee Charnas. MOLLY.
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