Guy Haley’s iRobot (Interzone 244) and Philip Suggars’ Automatic Diamanté (Interzone 247) are the featured stories in this week’s podcast. Well, it’s last week’s podcast now – but it’s still available.
If you still haven’t sampled the podcasts from the District of Wonders stable then you’re missing out on some excellent hours of listening. And they’re free, although they won’t object if you want to send a contribution their way.
Whippleshield has knocked £1 off the price of the paperback edition of The Eye With Which The Universe Sees Itself for UK customers and has similarly dropped the price on the ebook versions for everyone.
Ideal timing if you’ve just discovered the first volume through the Starship Sofa podcasts.
Part one can be found here.
Well, Part 1 is.
Part 2 will be next week,
Here’s a link to the Glossary mentioned in the podcast.
It’s still available, of course, and is still free. I’ve merely been a bit sloppy when it comes to keeping up with podcasts recently and have only just found out about it.
The main fiction in Starship Sofa 240 is Jon Ingold’s Sleepers from Interzone 234.
It’s a free podcast (although contributions won’t go amiss) so feel free to listen.
The main fiction in the latest Starship Sofa (#236) is Storm Constantine’s The Rust Islands from Interzone 117.
It’s also worth hanging around for Neil Gaiman’s excellent The Truth is a Cave in the Black Mountains. This is Neil Gaiman via Neil Munro. I’m referring to Munro’s historical novels, of course; comparing it to the Para Handy tales would be taking things too far even for me.
I have a habit of listening to things in a random order, in case you hadn’t noticed.
Mercurio D. Rivera’s story from Interzone 226 is part of the Starship Sofa 221 podcast.
The podcast is free.