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Hugos There Podcast

A monthly Arts, Books and Fiction podcast
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Seth is joined by Paul Williams to discuss the 2010 co-winner of the Hugo Award for Best Novel, The City and The City, by China Miéville Start - 7:51Intro through "Why this book?"7:52 - 20:23Non-Spoiler discussion20:24 - endSpoiler discussio
Seth is joined by Emmanuel Dubois, to discuss the 2011 two-volume winner of the Hugo Award for Best Novel, Blackout & All Clear, by Connie Willis Start - 5:34Intro through "Why this book?"5:35 - 14:30Non-Spoiler discussion14:31 - endSpoiler
I'm joined by Cora Buhlert, Ivor Watkins, Sarah Elkins, Olav Rokne, and Juan Sanmiguel to discuss the 2021 nominees for the Hugo Award for Best Novelette. For a video version of this podcast, go to my Patreon page: https://www.patreon.co
The Spoilers must flow! #desertpower Michael Gabriel, who covered Dune (novel) with me for the podcast, returns along with his podcast co-host Mandy Self to talk (at length) about the new film adaptation. If you enjoy the discussion, you
This is the audio-only version of the awesome panel I recently hosted, discussing the 2021 nominees for the Hugo Award for Best Short Story. The video is posted on http://patreon.com/hugospodcast, and I may post it for the public in the near fu
Seth is joined by Russ Newcomer to discuss the 1993 co-winner of the Hugo Award, A Fire Upon the Deep, by Vernor Vinge. Start - 6:46Intro through "Why this book?"6:47 - 18:57Non-Spoiler discussion18:58 - endSpoiler discussion Notes & Ment
Seth is joined by returning guest Josh Ziefle to discuss the 1960 Hugo Award winner, Starship Troopers, by Robert A. Heinlein. Start - 7:48Intro through "Why this book?"7:49 - 9:55Tangent about Josh's Star Trek book collection9:56 - 16:24Non
Seth is joined by Lise Andreasen to discuss the 1973 winner of the Hugo Award for Best Novel, The Gods Themselves, by Isaac Asimov. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/hugospodcast Time Codes: Start - 7:11Intro through "Why this book?"7:12
Seth is joined by Trish E. Matson to discuss the 2020 winner of the Hugo Award for Best Novel, A Memory Called Empire, by Arkady Martine. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/hugospodcast Time Codes: Start - 10:38Intro through "Why this book
Seth is joined by Chip Mullins to discuss the 1969 winner of the Hugo Award for Best Novel, Stand on Zanzibar, by John Brunner. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/hugospodcast Time Codes: Start - 3:17Intro through "Why this book?"3:17 - 14
Seth is joined by returning guest Scott McNulty to discuss the 2007 winner of the Hugo Award for Best Novel, Rainbows End, by Vernor Vinge. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/hugospodcast Time Codes: Start - 10:49Intro through "Why this bo
Returning guest Dan Moren joins me to discuss his Comfort Reading, as well as the latest book in his Galactic Cold War series, The Aleph Extraction. Dan's links: https://dmoren.com/https://twitter.com/dmoren
Seth is joined by J.W. Wartick to discuss the 1979 winner of the Hugo Award for Best Novel, Dreamsnake, by Vonda McIntyre. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/hugospodcast Time Codes: Start - 5:51Intro/getting to know my guest5:52 - 15:25No
Seth is joined by Bill Lawhorn, chair of Discon III (2021 Worldcon), to discuss the 1988 winner of the Hugo Award for Best Novel, The Uplift War, by David Brin. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/hugospodcast Time Codes: Start - 9:58Intro/
Seth's eldest sister, Erin Knoch (mother of Peter from Brief & Not So Brief), guests to discuss The Chronicles of Narnia as a Comfort Reads title.
Seth is joined by Rebecca Barry, to discuss the 1993 co-winner of the Hugo Award for Best Novel, Doomsday Book, by Connie Willis. Content warning: pandemic. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/hugospodcast Time Codes: Start - 8:18Intro/gett
My little sister Katie joins me in the studio (a fancy name for my office, with an extra mic set up) to discuss Discworld in general, and more specifically, Going Postal, the first book featuring Moist Von Lipwig. Katie was in Japan for the
Seth is joined by Jonathan Watkins from Cinema Sins, to discuss the 1962 winner of the Hugo Award for Best Novel, Stranger in A Strange Land, by Robert A. Heinlein. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/hugospodcast Time Codes: Start - 10:08I
Sarah Elkins joins me for a discussion of Connie Willis's terrific and hilarious 1996 novel, Bellwether. Sarah's Links: https://twitter.com/configures Notes/Mentions: Robin Hudson series, by Sparkle Hayter Uncharted Territory, by Co
Seth is joined by JM Casey from Chrononauts, to discuss the 1958 winner of the Hugo Award for Best Novel, The Big Time, by Fritz Leiber. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/hugospodcast Time Codes: Start - 11:51Intro/getting to know my gues
Adrian from Spectology joins Seth once again to discuss his choice of Comfort Reading, Svetlana Alexievitch's Secondhand Time. Adrian's Links: https://twitter.com/spectologypod https://www.spectology.com
This time, Seth is joined by his high school friend Josh Medsker, who connected him with Justin Bacolo, creator of Fathom Press. The discussion is more about the project than about any particular title. Links: https://www.718press.com/
Seth is joined by Scott Danielson from A Good Story is Hard to Find and Shelf Wear, to discuss the 1959 winner of the Hugo Award for Best Novel, A Case of Conscience, by James Blish. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/hugospodcast Time Codes
And now for something completely different. Science Fiction isn't really on the menu this time. Instead, Seth is joined by Nicholas Buccola to discuss his fantastic book The Fire Is Upon Us: James Baldwin, William F. Buckley, Jr., and the Debat
Seth is joined by Emily Martin from Book Riot and Book Squad Goals to discuss the 2002 winner of the Hugo Award for Best Novel, American Gods, by Neil Gaiman. Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/hugospodcast Time Codes: Start - 3:32Intro/ge
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