Rambling Through Genre – Episode 8 (featuring special guest Lizzie Barrett)

Rambling Through Genre


This week we welcome the ever-lovely Lizzie Barrett onto the show. Lizzie is an outspoken member of the genre community, a regular at British cons and the like, a feminist, a member of the BFS Best Newcomer Award judging panel, and very probably attempting to take over the world as we speak. We’re very grateful for the chance to have Lizzie on the show, so thanks Lizzie!

After our usual chat about what we#ve been reading, we move on to the Hugo awards, given out last weekend. We chat about whether the Hugos need to embrace YA, befored moving on to a larger discussion over WFC’s ‘Broads With Swords’ panel. It’s all very fun.

What We’ve Been Reading

As always, we start with what we’ve been reading: Doug’s talks about Empire in Black and Gold by Adrian Tchaikovsky – you can read his review here – as well as his…

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About Paul Walsh

I'm a big fan of fantasy and scifi, which would make up most of my reading but will branch out often enough. Favourite authors vary over time but generally include Terry Pratchett, Neil Gaiman, Conn Iggulden, Robert Harris, Karen Maitlan, Kate Mosse, Anne Rice, Philip K Dick, Ray Bradbury. John Scalzi, Mark Lawrence, Pat Rothfuss and a host of others. I'm not the harshest reviewer but will note down a few words on all books I read.
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