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This month on The Writer and the Critic your hosts, Kirstyn McDermott and Ian Mond, offer some brief words of gratitude to the lovely and generous folks who have so far supported the podcast on Patreon. Ian and Kirstyn love you all to bits and pieces!
They then dive straight into a meldy – but definitely not moldy! – discussion of both the books at hand Afro SF: Science Fiction by African Writers edited by Ivor W. Hartmann and The Sea Is Ours: Tales from Steampunk Southeast Asia edited by Jaymee Goh & Joyce Chng [5:20]. Because the books are both anthologies, there are precious few, if any, spoilers of individual stories so you may listen without fear!
(The cat anthology that Kirstyn couldn’t remember the name of during the discussion was Twists of the Tale edited by Ellen Datlow. Purry, furry fun!)
If you did skip ahead, please come back at 1:23:50 for final remarks. Next month will be the 50th Epsiode of The Writer and the Critic. Who knew they would make it so far? (Ian. Ian knew.) To celebrate, Kirstyn and Ian have decided to each make a list of 25 of their favourite books which will hopefully combine without overlap to form a Writer and Critic Fab 50. Don’t fret, dear listeners, they will only be spending a minute or two on each book. You won’t need to set aside a whole weekend to listen. 😉
Please join us for some 50th Episode spoiler-free shenanigans!