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The Lost Sci-Fi Podcast - Vintage Sci-Fi Stories Every Week
036: Glow Worm by Harlan Ellison - At Least One Vintage Sci-Fi Short Story In Every Episode

The Lost Sci-Fi Podcast - Vintage Sci-Fi Stories Every Week

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 27, 2022 29:21


He was the last man on Earth, allright. But—was he still a man? Glow Worm by Harlan Ellison, that's next on The Lost Sci-Fi Podcast, with at least one lost vintage sci-fi short story in every episode.You can now buy all of our audiobooks on Spotify. The box set; 50 Vintage Sci-Fi short stories is available on Spotify for only $9.99. More than 27 hours of vintage sci-fi for only $9.99 now on Spotify.He was told he had no talent by a creative-writing professor at Ohio State University and then he went on to become one of the most prolific science fiction writers of all time having written more than 1700 short stories and articles, at least 100 books and dozens of screenplays and television scripts.Born in Cleveland Ohio in 1934 Harlan Ellison wrote what is regarded by many as the best episode of Star Trek, "The City on the Edge of Forever" and he hated it, because it was rewritten. It won the Hugo Award for Best Dramatic Presentation and the Writers Guild of America Award for Best Episodic Drama on Television.At the Hugos he dedicated the award to “the memory of the script they butchered, and in respect to those parts of it that had the vitality to shine through the evisceration.”Ellison sold scripts to a lot of TV shows in the 60s, The Flying Nun, Burke's Law, Route 66,The Outer Limits,The Man from U.N.C.L.E., Cimarron Strip, and The Alfred Hitchcock Hour.A word used frequently to describe Ellison was cantankerous. He was hired as a writer for Walt Disney Studios, but was fired on his first day after Roy O. Disney overheard him in the studio commissary joking about making a pornographic animated film featuring Disney characters.Ellison settled out of court over allegations that James Cameron had plagiarized elements of his work in writing the screenplay for The Terminator; and he once sent a dead gopher to a publisher who violated a clause in his contract.And then there was the time in the 60s he was nose to nose in an argument with Frank Sinatra which nearly led to physical blows. The altercation, which started when the always impeccably dressed Sinatra didn't like the boots Ellison was wearing, was short, lasting only about 3 minutes before Ellison walked away. In 2013 Ellison admitted he kept the boots preserved in a plastic bag in his closet.Harlan Ellison was cantankerous; he was talented, and he wrote more than science fiction. He won 8 Hugo Awards, four Nebula Awards, two Edgar Awards from the Mystery Writers of America and 5 Bram Stoker Awards from the Horror Writers Association.A writer for more than 60 years Harlan Ellison died at his home in Los Angeles in 2018 at the age of 84.From the February 1956 edition of Infinity Science Fiction, Glow Worm by Harlan Ellison… Next week on The Lost Sci-Fi Podcast… From Chaos a space-consuming creature reachedslimy tentacles toward trembling planets. Andno man of the old fighting breed remained oneffete Earth to battle the invulnerable monster.The Monster that Threatened the Universe by Russ Winterbotham.That's next week onThe Lost Sci-Fi Podcast, with at least one lost vintage sci-fi short story in every episode.

Two Chairs Talking
Episode 80: Finding a place in the world

Two Chairs Talking

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 20, 2022 78:07


With co-host Perry still overseas, David discusses some recent awards and goes on to interview Rob Gerrand about writing and publishing in Australia, and then Murray MacLachlan about growing up in New Zealand and discovering science fiction and fantasy. Introduction (00:21) General News (03:31) 2022 Hugo Award Winners (01:05) David's Thoughts on the 2022 Hugos (00:44) 2022 Astounding Award (00:31) 2022 British Fantasy Awards (00:21) 2022 Davitt Awards (00:44) Interview with Rob Gerrand (30:02) The Millennium Job by Rob Gerrand (09:34) How to publish a novel (02:00) The Diplomat of Florence by Anthony Wildman (02:56) Charm, Strangeness, Mass & Spin by Stephen Dedman (05:18) The Future of Norstrilia Press (08:48) Publishing through Substack (00:39) Interview with Murray MacLachlan (43:28) Growing up in Dunedin, New Zealand (01:39) The ages of reading (01:46) Dangerous Visions and New Worlds by Andrew Nette et al. (01:28) The House at Pooh Corner by A. A. Milne (01:39) Anderson's Bay (01:40) Twenty Thousand Leagues under the Sea by Jules Verne (00:51) Tales from the Galaxies by Amabel Williams-Ellis (00:54) Children's library in Dunedin (01:19) Star Rangers by Andre Norton (00:12) Wumpworld by Bill Peet (00:50) Tintin by Hergé (00:06) Asterix the Gaul by René Goscinny and Albert Uderzo (00:37) Non-fiction (00:30) Chariots of the Gods by Eric Von Daniken (01:05) Librarians (00:17) The Ruins of Earth by Thomas Disch (01:41) Bullying (01:57) Comet in Moominland by Tove Janssen (00:34) The library (00:41) Noumenon (fanzine) (00:25) Discovering fannish community in NZ (00:17) National Association of Science Fiction (00:51) Aotereapa (03:01) Phillip Mann (02:08) Early New Zealand SF writing (01:03) Leaving Dunedin (00:56) Space Time Bucaneers (fanzine) by Ian Gunn (00:29) Attending conventions (01:22) Coming to Australia (00:53) Nova Mob (03:57) Galaxy Books and Bernard Brosnan (01:15) The Square Root of Man by William Tenn (00:14) Nine Hundred Grandmothers by R. A. Lafferty (00:21) The Dragon Masters by Jack Vance (00:26) The Futurological Congress by Stanisław Lem (00:14) The Ballad of Beta Two & Empire Star by Samuel R. Delany (00:09) The Unlimited Dream Company by J. G. Ballard (00:32) Collected Fictions by Jorge Luis Borges (00:40) Tales of the Arabian Nights by Richard Francis Burton (00:26) Underground comics (00:57) Lord of the Rings by J. R. R. Tolkien (00:44) Conclusion (01:01) Link to unabridged version of this interview on SoundCloud Windup (00:20) Click here for more info and indexes Illustration generated by Wombo.art

Highlights from The Pat Kenny Show
Minimum wage is set to increase by 80c

Highlights from The Pat Kenny Show

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 14, 2022 15:07


As the minimum wage is set to increase by 80c, we look at the consequences of that increase to businesses with Colette Bennett,Economic and Social Analyst with Social Justice Ireland, Gina Murphy Owner of Hugos restaurant, and also Vincent Jennings CEO of the Convenience Stores and Newsagents Association.

Friends Talking Fantasy Podcast
The Fifth Season by N. K. Jemisin - Book 1 of the Broken Earth Series - Book Discussion

Friends Talking Fantasy Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 12, 2022 77:25


The Friends discuss the first fantasy book series to sweep the Hugos with book 1 of the Broken Earth Series - The Fifth Season by N.K. Jemisin.   Visit our website: https://www.theftfpodcast.com/ 

Geeks in Space
Reviewing Rings, Quake Watches, Nightmare Fuel Diffusion Videos, the Hugos GIS742

Geeks in Space

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 9, 2022 35:28


RobChrisRob talk about Japan declaring war... on floppy disks for government usage, the Artemis/SLS launch getting delayed, a stable diffusion generated Music Video that will haunt your dreams, how much dynamite you need to explode a horse according the the US Forestry Service, the Tasmanian Teen who cracked a coin code, more technical analysis in the Billy Mitchell case, QuakeWatch, and the 2022 Hugos.

Memorias de Schwartz - podcast futbol
59. El día que se conocieron Hugo Sánchez y Fernando Valenzuela

Memorias de Schwartz - podcast futbol

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 14:49


Un encuentro de grandes estrellas es lo que hoy traemos para ti. Fernando Valenzuela nos cuenta cómo conoció a Hugo Sánchez en "24 Horas" con Jacobo Zabludovsky, previo a un desfile del 20 de noviembre. Revive junto a Fernando Schwartz los recuerdos que han marcado el futbol en “Memorias de Schwartz”. Un podcast de futbol exclusivo de futvox.  Encuéntranos en: Twitter: @FutvoxOficial Instagram: @futvoxoficial TikTok: @futvoxoficial Facebook: @futvoxoficialSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

The Sword and Laser
#444 - Cut Thieves and Purses

The Sword and Laser

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2022 42:28


The Hugos are here and lots of very deserving winners. A roguish story bundle. Are TV shows worse than an ending? Our first thoughts on How High We Go in the Dark, and our last thoughts on Rivers of London.

El Reporte Jefe
El Reporte Jefe - EP. 1 - Top 5 Jugadores

El Reporte Jefe

Play Episode Listen Later Sep 7, 2022 47:04


00:18 Presentación Christian 01:16 La carrera de Christian Moreno 04:36 La carrera de Hugo Sánchez 05:39 La diferencia entre Hugo Sánchez y Chicharito 06:32 El jugador favorito de Christian 09:08 La grandeza de Michael Jordan 11:53 La carrera de Karl Malone 12:48 El mejor bateador, Mike Piazza 15:19 Tom Brady 19:54 Tiger Woods 21:15 José Aldo peleador 25:28 Mohammed Ali 28:05 Wayne Gretzky 30:31 Comienza la temporada de Hockey 40:41 La polémica de Jake y Logan Paul 48:48 Despedida

Vi streamer op ad åen
#237: Streamingnyhederne uden Nina Klinker Jørgensen (feat. Christian og Ramesh)

Vi streamer op ad åen

Play Episode Listen Later Aug 9, 2022 60:08


Vi er igen i nyhedsstudiet, og der er masser af streamingguf til dig og masserne - denne gang uden Hugos mor Nina Klinker Jørgensen, men med superfan Christian Schmelling og Peters kollega Ramesh Krishnasamy i studiet. Det er en episode, hvor Peter snakker mere end normalt, men det kommer ikke bag på nogen. Til gengæld har Anders klippet så meget ud af Peters anekdoter som muligt. Anders forsøgte også at klippe Ramesh mere ind, men det var svært! Enjoy! Af streamingnyheder kan du se frem til: I England tænder Amazon Prime op for Champions League // Stranger Things crasher Netflix // Bombe under HBO Max Europa // TikTok sagsøges efter 'Blackout'-challenge // BBC satser stort med ny nyhedskanal // LEGO lancerer The Office-sæt // Unge bruger mere tid på TikTok end YouTube // samt Tobys Kendissladder og Fornyelses- og Sløjfningshjørnet feat. bl.a. The Boys, Schmigadoon, Ted Lasso, Fargo og Night Sky. Vi høres på åen. Forresten... Vi er på Twitter - og Instagram-mediet: @streamaaen Og også Facebook: www.facebook.com/streamaaen. Kontakt os gerne: streamaaen@gmail.com. Bag podcasten står Peter Vistisen, Tobias Iskov Thomsen og Anders Zimmer Hansen samt i denne episode Christian Schmelling og Ramesh Krishnasamy - alle tidligere børn, som ikke vil spise kød pga. William Shatner. Yderligere noter: Musik: News Theme 2 by Audionautix is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution licence (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/). Artist: http://audionautix.com/.

Girls Gone Canon Cast
House of the Dragon: Unleash the D E6 Ft. John Picacio

Girls Gone Canon Cast

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 29, 2022 74:40


To go forward, we must go back - back to 2008, 2010, 2011, and all the years before and after, to when the powerhouse GAME OF THRONES steamrolled a nation every single Sunday night.  Chloe is joined by John Picacio, artist of the 2012 ASOIAF Calendar distributed by RANDOM HOUSE. Not to mention John's iconic artwork for X-MEN, STAR TREK, the NINTH HOUSE, ELRIC and more. (And you should hear about his Hugos... Titles, titles ;) ) John recants some of his own experience during GAME OF THRONES' explosive birth as we look forward to the many crownings to come in HOUSE OF THE DRAGON. Follow John's work - and yes, get your very own Sandor and Sansa print, like Chloe - below: https://johnpicacio.com/ @johnpicacio (on twitter!) Join us at our Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/girlsgonecanon Follow us on Twitter: @GirlsGoneCanon Intro music - Modern Jazz Samba by Kevin MacLeod Link: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4063-modern-jazz-samba License: https://filmmusic.io/standard-license

Two Chairs Talking
Episode 77: A forest of Hugo awards

Two Chairs Talking

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 19, 2022 113:34


David and Perry complete their review of all of the fiction nominated for this year's Hugo Awards by discussing the Best Novel category. Then Perry and Lucy Sussex investigate the controversy around the novel which was withdrawn from this year's Miles Franklin Award. Introduction (03:03) General News (04:07) Arthur C. Clarke Award Short List (01:11) 2022 Women's Prize Winner: The Book of Form and Emptiness by Ruth Ozeki (00:47) Publication date for Robbie Arnott's next novel (01:19) Miles Franklin Award (00:39) Best Novel Nominees for 2022 Hugos (01:09:21) The Master of Djinn by P. Djèlí Clark (10:53) Project Hail Mary by Andy Weir (13:07) The Galaxy and the Ground Within by Becky Chambers (09:07) A Desolation Called Peace by Arkady Martine (10:17) Light of Uncommon Stars by Ryka Aoki (06:39) She Who Became the Sun by Shelley Parker-Chan (15:15) Summary of the Hugo novels (01:05) Introduction to discussion (01:22) Discussion with Lucy Sussex about The Dogs by John Hughes (33:54) Windup (00:48) Click here for more info and indexes Illustration generated by MidJourney AI.

Jorge Ramos Y Su Banda
Se agotan las opciones: ¿dónde va a jugar Cristiano Ronaldo?

Jorge Ramos Y Su Banda

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2022 159:31


La mesa de Jorge Ramos y su Banda analiza las opciones que le quedan al astro portugués Cristiano Ronaldo para jugar la próxima temporada y parece que la posibilidad de que continúe en el Manchester United aumenta cada día. En México, la limpia en las selecciones nacionales aún tiene eco y tenemos una entrevista con el ahora ex director de esa categoría, Gerardo Torrado, mientras que la Banda anliza si Hugo Sánchez tiene la capacidad y experiencia para dirigir a la Federación Mexicana de Futbol, como el ex jugador y estrella del Real Madrid indicó que podría hacerlo.

Marcador
Entrevista a Hugo Sánchez (11/07/22)

Marcador

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 11, 2022 33:04


Leyenda del madridismo y de la selección de México. Es fácil saber de quién hablamos. Hugo Sánchez celebra su 64 aniversario rodeado de los suyos en Cancún, y como dice él, "en unas playas paradisíacas". Como cada 11 de julio, Hugo Sánchez atiende a MARCA para dar una vez más, una lección de fútbol y comentar los aspectos más trascendentes. Actual comentarista en ESPN y con un programa propio a sus espaldas llamado Hugo Sánchez presenta, el ex delantero echa de menos sentirse jugador. "Estoy muy a gusto con mi programa, pero ya sabéis que me gusta más estar en el terreno de juego, y ahora dirigir", justificaba. No obstante, con el actual espacio presentado por él mismo cree que se ven las cosas que no se pueden apreciar en el terreno de juego. "Este programa me está sirviendo para darle a la gente esa oportunidad de qué conozcan a los jugadores detrás de la fama. Por ejemplo, Benzema que casi no da entrevistas a nadie, conmigo se abrió abiertamente, igual que Checo Pérez. También estuvo conmigo Ancelotti, y es un señor, tal como se ve", comentaba. "Benzema, Balón de Oro" Sobre Benzema nadie tiene dudas, pero Hugo Sánchez tampoco. "Es el Balón de Oro de este año. Se nota mucho cuándo está Benzema en la cancha y cuándo no. Con su experiencia, madurez, calidad y liderazgo ha demostrado que lo merece, y más con la Liga y la Champions League", expresaba el mexicano. Aprovechando el tema, y preguntado por ello, Sánchez también quiso mandar un recado. "Antes a los jugadores del continente americano nos discriminaban porque no nos podían votar para conseguir el Balón de Oro", decía. "¿Cuántos habrías ganado?", le preguntan. "Por lo menos uno y posiblemente dos", acababa contestando. Tema Mbappé Siguiendo con la actualidad blanca, también quiso hablar del tema del verano. "Mbappé no ha dicho "no" al Madrid, tuvo que decir que no por presiones sociales, políticas y familiares. Pero conociéndolo, estoy seguro que algún día jugará en el Real Madrid", notificaba. Su función como entrenador Aunque ya hace diez años desde el último equipo que dirigió, no pierde la fe en volver a entrenar. "Que lleve tantos años sin entrenar no me afecta en absoluto. Tengo la experiencia y la capacidad para que no me tiemblen las piernas, y evidentemente me encantaría entrenar al Real Madrid, no lo descarto", sorprendía Sánchez. La vuelta de Cristiano al Madrid "Me gustaría que CR7 volviese al Real Madrid, pero lo veo muy difícil por la idiosincrasia del club. Dar paso a las nuevas generaciones y saber hacer el relevo de los veteranos es uno de los puntos fuertes del equipo blanco, y las viejas figuras no vuelven", hacía saber. Lewandoski y el Barça "Parece que las posturas son claras. Ambos están entusiasmados, hay coqueteo. Únicamente está estorbando la cabezonería de los alemanes, y cuando éstos dicen que no, es difícil hacerles cambiar de opinión", finalizaba el gran Hugo Sánchez. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

World Building for Masochists
Episode 80: Festivus for the Rest Of Us

World Building for Masochists

Play Episode Listen Later Jul 6, 2022 60:21


We've talked about big holidays and religious observations before, but what about the small, weird, highly-location-specific festivals and traditions that might dot the landscape of your world? From cheese-rollings to local saints' days to parades to "hey, all our squash came ripe at once, guess we better do something with it!", how do the people in your world make their lives a little more interesting with periodic celebrations? We also invent some tiny, specific festival occurrences for our co-created world! Transcript for Episode 80 (Would you like to join our scribal team and get early access to episodes? Shoot us an email at worldbuildcast@gmail.com for details!) Hugo Voting is now open, and we'd love your consideration for Best Fancast! The Hugo packet, which you get for an Attending or Supporting membership, gets you an absolutely boggling amount of reading, viewing, and listening material. Your hosts will also be at ChiCon 8 for the Hugos, and before that we'll be at ArmadilloCon in Austin, TX -- so if you'll be at either, please come say hi!

Ponte Rico
Ponte Rico #37 - Trasciende con la mentalidad de un campeón con Alan Zamora, ex futbolista profesional y actual Director Técnico de Mineros Ceickor

Ponte Rico

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 57:23


El día de hoy nos acompaña Alan Zamora, ex-jugador de fútbol por más de 12 años en equipos de Liga Mx y Ascenso Mx en equipos como el América, Atlante, Querétaro entre otros. Fue campeón en 2 ocasiones en la Liga MX y una vez en la Copa MX, campeón de liga de campeones de la CONCACAF y llegó a Cuartos de Final de la Copa Libertadores. Jugó con la Selección Nacional Mexicana, siendo dirigido por Sven Goran Eriksson y Hugo Sánchez. Sigue a Alan Zamora en redes:→ Instagram: @zamo20_En el episodio de hoy:(01:40) | Cómo comenzó este amor por el fútbol y la motivación por volverte profesional (10:20) | Cuál fue el técnico que ha tenido mayor impacto en tu vida(11:30) | La vida como futbolista (19:43) | Cómo batalla la familia de un futbolista (21:30) | Disciplina a una edad temprana(24:24) | Qué separa a aquellos jugadores que debutan profesionalmente(27:35) | Un partido de fútbol que marcó tu carrera (34:20) | Si pudieras regresar en el tiempo, ¿cambiarías algo? (36:30) | Por qué no trascendemos en el Mundial (41:00) | Si pudieras hacer cualquier cambio en el fútbol mexicano, ¿qué harías? (44:45) | Diferencia entre trabajo físico en México y en Europa (46:40) | Como D.T. ¿Qué le dirías a alguien que quiere ser futbolista? (47:55) | Qué sigue para Alan Zamora (50:00) | ¿Messi o Cristiano? __________GUÍAS GRATUITAS. ¿Estás pensando en aprender un poco más sobre entrenamiento, alimentación, dieta keto o solo estar un poco más sano? Descarga las guías gratuitas y comienza tu camino hacia una mejor salud.Descarga las guías aquí:→ https://www.ponterico.com/guiasCALCULADORA MACRONUTRIENTES (MACROS). Cada día, necesitamos consumir cierta cantidad de proteína, carbohidratos y grasas. Descubre cuántas porciones necesitas para obtener resultados y rendir al máximo. → Descargar Calculadora __________Ponte Rico en redes:FacebookInstagramTik TokTwitter 

The Compleat Discography
The Wee Free Men

The Compleat Discography

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 28, 2022 81:15


Some recommended resources for organizations fighting abortion bans and advancing reproductive justice:https://secure.actblue.com/donate/bffforaccesshttps://secure.actblue.com/donate/supportabortionfundshttps://www.abortionfinder.org/Tiffany Aching, a 9 year old living on a sheep farm in the rolling grassy lowlands of the Disc, is not your ordinary child. However, we saw a lot of ourselves in her. This meditation on loss, childhood, and what it means to be someone who actually THINKS and LOOKS in a world full of people too busy just getting by is a beautiful, scary, and hilarious story written by, as our guest puts it, "possibly one of the greatest authors of the last thousand years".Ursula Vernon, aka T. Kingfisher is the author and illustrator of far more projects than is probably healthy. She has written over fifteen books for children (many of which Aaron has read to his children multiple times with great enjoyment), at least a dozen novels for adults, an epic webcomic called “Digger” and various short stories and other odds and ends.She has won Hugos, Mythopoeic, Locus, Sequoia, Nebula, Lodestar, Dragon, and numerous other awards, often repeatedly. She can be found at Red Wombat Studio, on twitter at @ursulav and probably more than a few other places.***Check us out on twitter at @atuin_podHelp us keep the lights on via our Patreon!Follow individual hosts at @urizenxvii, @The_Miannai, and @JustenwritesWe can also be found at www.compleatdiscography.pageOur art is by the indomitable Jess who can be found at @angryartist113Music is by Incompetech and used under a Creative Commons 4.0 Attribution license.Take a Chance by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/4457-take-a-chanceFuzzball Parade by Kevin MacLeodLink: https://incompetech.filmmusic.io/song/5044-fuzzball-paradeLicense: http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/

World Building for Masochists
Episode 79: Building Past the Horizon

World Building for Masochists

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 61:07


We kick off our fourth year of the podcast with a conversation about how to fill in the rest of your world, beyond the immediate scope of your plot. What's outside the borders your characters are familiar with? What's beyond the woods we know? Is it "here there be dragons" or a highly-detailed map with every corner marked? Your methods of showing that may vary depending on if your characters are isolated village folk, citizens of a bustling port town, or merchants moving through many cosmopolitan surroundings. Choices you make here can both create a fuller, more lived-in world and help a reader get inside a character's perspective. Also! In this episode, we set ourselves a pretty big goal for the fourth season. Be sure to listen to the end to find out what it is! Also also! Hugo Voting is now open, and we'd love your consideration for Best Fancast! The Hugo packet, which you get for an Attending or Supporting membership, gets you an absolutely boggling amount of reading, viewing, and listening material. Your hosts will also be at ChiCon 8 for the Hugos, and before that we'll be at ArmadilloCon in Austin, TX. Transcript for Episode 79 (and hey! Our scribes would love some more assistance. If you're interested in joining the team, please email us!)

Quizá hablemos de ti
ESPECIAL - Celebramos 3 años (3 de 4) La evolución del periodismo de espectáculo y las implicaciones legales

Quizá hablemos de ti

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 48:05


Tenemos de invitados al abogado Gustavo Herrera y al mejor RP de México Víctor Hugo Sánchez.

New Books in Science Fiction
John Scalzi, "The Kaiju Preservation Society" (Tor Books, 2022)

New Books in Science Fiction

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 54:33


One could call The Kaiju Preservation Society (Tor Books, 2022) a pandemic novel because a) John Scalzi wrote it during the pandemic and b) the pandemic serendipitously leads the main character, Jamie, to a new job that sets the action in motion. But the book is not about the pandemic. It's about Kaiju, Godzilla-like monsters who live in an alternate Earth. This alternate Earth is rich in radioactive elements, and the Kaiju produce energy from their own internal biological reactors. This makes them a danger when, say, they end their lives with in nuclear explosion that thins the walls between Earths, but it also makes them an object of fascination for unscrupulous humans seeking new sources of cheap energy. “So much of the way plant life and animal life on Earth works is through sunlight, which is just another type of radiation,” Scalzi says. “Plants photosynthesize, animals eat plants, other animals eat the animals that eat the plants and so on and so forth. But sooner or later it all comes back to sunlight. The only places where you don't have that happen are in very specific places where, for example, there are sulfurous heat sources at the bottom of the ocean. And then things have evolved to take advantage of the energy source there. Well, in this alternate Earth, things like uranium and thorium in the crust are another possible energy source. It makes sense to me that life would evolve to take advantage either wholly or in part of that additional energy source. And then, of course, I just built out from there.” Scalzi has contributed in myriad ways to the art of science fiction through many novels, his past leadership as president of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, and the platform he provides other writers on The Big Idea, a feature that appears regularly on his website. His writing has earned numerous awards, including what was once upon a time known as the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer, the Hugo Award for Best Novel, Hugos for Fan Writer and Best Related Book, and the Locus Award for Best Science Fiction Novel. Rob Wolf is the host of New Books in Science Fiction and the author of The Alternate Universe and The Escape. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/science-fiction

New Books Network
John Scalzi, "The Kaiju Preservation Society" (Tor Books, 2022)

New Books Network

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 54:33


One could call The Kaiju Preservation Society (Tor Books, 2022) a pandemic novel because a) John Scalzi wrote it during the pandemic and b) the pandemic serendipitously leads the main character, Jamie, to a new job that sets the action in motion. But the book is not about the pandemic. It's about Kaiju, Godzilla-like monsters who live in an alternate Earth. This alternate Earth is rich in radioactive elements, and the Kaiju produce energy from their own internal biological reactors. This makes them a danger when, say, they end their lives with in nuclear explosion that thins the walls between Earths, but it also makes them an object of fascination for unscrupulous humans seeking new sources of cheap energy. “So much of the way plant life and animal life on Earth works is through sunlight, which is just another type of radiation,” Scalzi says. “Plants photosynthesize, animals eat plants, other animals eat the animals that eat the plants and so on and so forth. But sooner or later it all comes back to sunlight. The only places where you don't have that happen are in very specific places where, for example, there are sulfurous heat sources at the bottom of the ocean. And then things have evolved to take advantage of the energy source there. Well, in this alternate Earth, things like uranium and thorium in the crust are another possible energy source. It makes sense to me that life would evolve to take advantage either wholly or in part of that additional energy source. And then, of course, I just built out from there.” Scalzi has contributed in myriad ways to the art of science fiction through many novels, his past leadership as president of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, and the platform he provides other writers on The Big Idea, a feature that appears regularly on his website. His writing has earned numerous awards, including what was once upon a time known as the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer, the Hugo Award for Best Novel, Hugos for Fan Writer and Best Related Book, and the Locus Award for Best Science Fiction Novel. Rob Wolf is the host of New Books in Science Fiction and the author of The Alternate Universe and The Escape. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/new-books-network

New Books in Literature
John Scalzi, "The Kaiju Preservation Society" (Tor Books, 2022)

New Books in Literature

Play Episode Listen Later Jun 9, 2022 54:33


One could call The Kaiju Preservation Society (Tor Books, 2022) a pandemic novel because a) John Scalzi wrote it during the pandemic and b) the pandemic serendipitously leads the main character, Jamie, to a new job that sets the action in motion. But the book is not about the pandemic. It's about Kaiju, Godzilla-like monsters who live in an alternate Earth. This alternate Earth is rich in radioactive elements, and the Kaiju produce energy from their own internal biological reactors. This makes them a danger when, say, they end their lives with in nuclear explosion that thins the walls between Earths, but it also makes them an object of fascination for unscrupulous humans seeking new sources of cheap energy. “So much of the way plant life and animal life on Earth works is through sunlight, which is just another type of radiation,” Scalzi says. “Plants photosynthesize, animals eat plants, other animals eat the animals that eat the plants and so on and so forth. But sooner or later it all comes back to sunlight. The only places where you don't have that happen are in very specific places where, for example, there are sulfurous heat sources at the bottom of the ocean. And then things have evolved to take advantage of the energy source there. Well, in this alternate Earth, things like uranium and thorium in the crust are another possible energy source. It makes sense to me that life would evolve to take advantage either wholly or in part of that additional energy source. And then, of course, I just built out from there.” Scalzi has contributed in myriad ways to the art of science fiction through many novels, his past leadership as president of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Writers of America, and the platform he provides other writers on The Big Idea, a feature that appears regularly on his website. His writing has earned numerous awards, including what was once upon a time known as the John W. Campbell Award for Best New Writer, the Hugo Award for Best Novel, Hugos for Fan Writer and Best Related Book, and the Locus Award for Best Science Fiction Novel. Rob Wolf is the host of New Books in Science Fiction and the author of The Alternate Universe and The Escape. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices Support our show by becoming a premium member! https://newbooksnetwork.supportingcast.fm/literature

Jorge Ramos Y Su Banda
'Chicharito' es oportunista al acercarse al Tata Martino y al Tri

Jorge Ramos Y Su Banda

Play Episode Listen Later May 26, 2022 177:36


En este episodio de Jorge Ramos y su Banda, el debate se centra en la posibilidad de que "Chicharito" Hernández se reùna con Tata Martino para, según rumores, volver al Tri, que se prepara para un duelo amistoso ante Nigeria rumbo a Qatar 2022, y las posibles razones por las que el delantero del LA Galaxy busca el acercamiento. Por otro lado, la Final de la Champions está a la vuelta de la esquina las declaraciones de los protagonistas comienzan a calentrar el ambiente para el duelo que sostendrán Liverpool y Real Madrid. En ese tema, no te pierdas la entrevista completa que Hugo Sánchez le hizo al DT Merengue Carlo Ancelotti. Desde México, te llevamos lo último sobre la Final del Clausura 2022 entre Atlas y Pachuca con el reporte desde Guadalajara.

La Corneta
Luis Suárez compartió que varios equipos de la Liga MX lo buscaron

La Corneta

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 13:04


La "humildad" que Hugo Sánchez mostró al entrevistar a Karim Benzema

The Well Told Tale
What Shall It Profit?

The Well Told Tale

Play Episode Listen Later May 25, 2022 42:25


This week, our Tale is a short story from another of the greats of the golden age of science fiction, 'What Shall It Profit?' by Poul Anderson. He was a multi award winning writer, with multiple Hugos and Nebulas to his name. The title of this story is the first part of a quote from the King James Bible, taken from the Mark's gospel. The whole quote, intriguing in the context of this story, reads "What shall it profit a man, if he shall gain the whole world and lose his soul?"If you'd like to support The Well Told Tale, please visit us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/thewelltoldtaleBooks - (buying books from our Bookshop.org shop helps support this channel while also supporting local bookshops, at no cost to you):Books by our favourite authors - https://uk.bookshop.org/lists/the-well-told-taleInside Earth - https://uk.bookshop.org/a/9522/9781515404361The Sensitive Man - https://uk.bookshop.org/a/9522/9781515406808Fantastic Stories Presents: The Poul Anderson Super Pack - https://uk.bookshop.org/a/9522/9781515406280 I would like to thank my patrons: Toni A, Joshua Clark, Maura Lee, Jane, John Bowles, Ruairi, Cade Norman, and Silja Tanner.Support the show

Telemetrico F1 | Adrián Puente
PÉREZ CON UN GOLEADOR

Telemetrico F1 | Adrián Puente

Play Episode Listen Later May 19, 2022 1:13


Checo estuvo con la leyenda del fútbol mexicano, Hugo Sánchez.

La Corneta
¿Quién es el deportista mejor pagado del mundo?

La Corneta

Play Episode Listen Later May 18, 2022 16:11


Y las declaraciones de Hugo Sánchez al debutar como entrevistador

Question d’intérêt
Le mouvement environnemental a-t-il perdu la bataille?

Question d’intérêt

Play Episode Listen Later May 5, 2022 30:55


Depuis des décennies, les écologistes mènent une bataille pour la protection de l'environnement et la lutte contre les changements climatiques. Malgré certaines avancées, les cibles de réduction de gaz à effet de serre ne sont jamais atteintes. Gérald Fillion en discute avec Hugo Séguin, militant écologiste et professeur à l'École de politique appliquée de l'Université de Sherbrooke, qui, dans un ouvrage qu'il vient de faire paraître, expose que les écologistes doivent repenser leur approche.

La Corneta
Revista de boxeo coloca a dos mexicanos entre los 5 mejores

La Corneta

Play Episode Listen Later May 4, 2022 12:50


Hugo Sánchez comparó a Juan Dinenno con Karim Benzema

Mother Soccer - podcast futbol
198. “El yo hice de Hugo no le ayuda como entrenador”: Rafa Márquez

Mother Soccer - podcast futbol

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 27, 2022 38:38


Segunda parte de la entrevista con Rafael Márquez. ¿Cómo es Hugo Sánchez como técnico? ¿Qué jugador nunca le pudo quitar el balón? No te pierdas la entrevista exclusiva junto a Miguel Gurwitz, Raúl Orvañanos y Rubén Rodríguez en "Mother Soccer", el programa madre del futbol. Solo por futvox. ¡Síguenos en nuestras redes sociales! Twitter: @FutvoxOficial  Instagram: @futvoxoficial Facebook: @futvoxoficial Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Mother Soccer - podcast futbol
195. Viernes de "teorías mamalonas": Chivas dejará de ser grande

Mother Soccer - podcast futbol

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 22, 2022 45:14


Llegó el viernes de "teorías mamalonas": "El Machín" al Man U, Chivas dejará de ser grande y ¿por qué Hugo Sánchez es candidato a dirigir Cruz Azul? Miguel Gurwitz, Raoul "Pollo" Ortiz y Rodolfo Landeros debaten el futbol internacional en "Mother Soccer", el programa madre del futbol. Un podcast exclusivo de futvox. ¡Síguenos en redes sociales! Twitter: @FutvoxOficial  Instagram: @futvoxoficial Facebook: @futvoxoficial Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Hugonauts: The Best Sci Fi Books of All Time
Ted Chiang's short stories - Like the happy version of black mirror episodes!

Hugonauts: The Best Sci Fi Books of All Time

Play Episode Listen Later Apr 5, 2022 29:36


In this episode we review and discuss Exhalation and Stories of Your Life and Others, Ted Chiang's two short story collections. These seventeen stories are full of novel scientific ideas, wonderful characters, and thoughtful takes on the morality of future technologies and how they will change society. We certainly aren't alone in thinking they're wonderful - Ted Chiang has won four Hugos, four Nebulas, and four Locus awards for his stories. As always, we also recommend and discuss some similar books if you're looking for more great sci fi short story collections to read. This week, we recommend The Paper Menagerie and other Stories by Ken Liu, The Hidden Girl and Other Stories by Ken Liu, I, Robot by Isaac Asimov, and Welcome to the Monkey House by Kurt Vonnegut.If you'd prefer to watch the video version, you can watch it here.

The Coode Street Podcast
Episode 575: New books, old readers, and such

The Coode Street Podcast

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 27, 2022 69:06


With Gary just back from ICFA in Florida, he discussed whether this will really be the year of re-emergence, with both the World Science Fiction Convention in Chicago and World Fantasy Convention in New Orleans in the offing. This led, as it does, to discussion of the Hugos, whether small categories with few nominations should be dropped, whether other categories should be added, and whether major historical studies such as Mike Ashley's five-volume The History of the Science-Fiction Magazines really have a chance of being seen because of availability issues, as compared to the increasingly broad definition of “related work.” Inevitably, we chatted about new or forthcoming books we're excited about. We both liked Guy Gavriel Kay's All the Seas of the World, Alix E. Harrow's A Mirror Mended, and Christopher Rowe's These Prisoning Hills, while Jonathan is tempted by Karen Joy Fowler's new novel Booth and Gary's about to start Samit Basu's The City Inside.  Of course, there are lots of digressions in between, including the nature of historical fiction and nostalgia for printed books in the age of e-books (at least for reviewers and critics).

El Larguero
El Sanedrín | "No creo que Bale se esté riendo del Madrid, pero sí tiene que haber liderazgo. Y el líder tiene que ser el entrenador"

El Larguero

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2022 37:20


Hugo Sánchez, leyenda de la liga española, analiza en 'El Sanedrín' una actualidad deportiva marcada por la resaca del Clásico y el último problema de Garteh Bale con el Real Madrid.

El Larguero
El Larguero completo | Entrevista a Jordi Alba y charla con Hugo Sánchez

El Larguero

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 24, 2022 103:59


Entrevista a Jordi Alba en la que repasa el momento del Barça, el Clásico, la Selección... El Sanedrín analiza toda la actualidad del Real Madrid con una leyenda, Hugo Sánchez. Todo el deporte americano, en Yankilandia. 

Fuera de Juego
Barcelona hubiera arrollado a Real Madrid con o sin Benzemá

Fuera de Juego

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 21, 2022 60:03


Con un sólido grupo de analistas desde la capital de España que incluye al astro mexicano Merengue, Hugo Sánchez, en este episodio de Fuera de Juego analizamos a fondo las razones por las que el Barcelona se llevó a casa un importante triunfo con una sorpresiva goleada al Real Madrid en el Clásico de LaLiga. Entre los principales motivos para el arrollado triunfo catalán que se ponen en la mesa está la ausencia de Karim Benzemá, aunque la mesa señala que, aún con el francés en el campo del Santiago Bernabéu, el cuadro blanco hubiera sido superado por su antagonista. Además, se desmenuzan las posibles implicaciones del inesperado triunfo del Barça para sus aspiraciones en la liga de España y en la Europa League, así como las probables repercusiones para el Real Madrid como líder de la clasificación de LaLiga y sus próximos compromisos en la Champions.

Pamela Cerdeira
Así se infiltró el crimen organizado a las 'barras' del futbol mexicano

Pamela Cerdeira

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 12, 2022 7:48


En entrevista con Pamela Cerdeira para MVS Noticias, el periodista Hugo Sánchez compartió su análisis sobre la riña en el estadio Corregidora en el Querétaro-Atlas.

Ana Francisca Vega
Las barras ya no se pueden quitar del futbol mexicano: Hugo Sánchez Gudiño.

Ana Francisca Vega

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 10, 2022 4:29


En entrevista con Juan Manuel Jiménez en MVS Noticias, Hugo Sánchez Gudiño, catedrático de la UNAM, habló sobre si se deben de erradicar las barras del futbol mexicano. "Eliminar a estos grupos sería como dispararse en el pie”.

Historias del Llano
197. La cartelización de las barras mexicanas, con Hugo Sánchez Gudiño

Historias del Llano

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 8, 2022 25:54


El pasado sábado 05 de marzo hubo un conflicto entre las barras de Atlas y Querétaro, el cual dejó, según cifras oficiales, 26 heridos. Hasta el momento, las autoridades (tanto de la Liga Mx como del gobierno estatal de Querétaro) no han presentado detenidos y se encuentran realizando las investigaciones pertinentes. Para comprender las causas de dicha situación, hablamos con el profesor investigador de la UNAM, Hugo Sánchez Gudiño, experto en las barras del futbol mexicano y en sus implicaciones sociológicas.

Manuel López San Martín
Eliminar las barras de los estadios ya no es la solución: investigador.

Manuel López San Martín

Play Episode Listen Later Mar 7, 2022 10:00


En entrevista con Manuel López San Martín para MVS Noticias, Hugo Sánchez Gudiño, profesor e investigador de la UNAM, nos habla sobre los disturbios ocurridos por las barras de ‘Gallos Blancos‘ de Querétaro y los ‘Rojinegros‘ del Atlas.

La Sombra del Tri - podcast futbol
63. 500 veces Guardado

La Sombra del Tri - podcast futbol

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 15, 2022 14:58


Andrés Guardado se convirtió, el pasado domingo, en el primer futbolista mexicano en disputar 500 partidos en Europa, algo que ni Hugo Sánchez ni Rafael Márquez lograron. ¿En qué lugar colocamos al "Principito" en la historia del fútbol mexicano?Rubén Rodríguez analiza la actualidad de la Selección Nacional de México en "La Sombra del Tri", un podcast de fútbol exclusivo de futvox. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoicesSee omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

Expresso - Expresso da Manhã
Riqueza portuguesa de um ano perdida pelo Facebook num dia

Expresso - Expresso da Manhã

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 4, 2022 16:37


Com resultados muito abaixo do esperado, a Meta, empresa que detém o Facebook e o Instagram, perdeu quase um quarto do seu valor na abertura do mercado de Nova Iorque, cerca de 240 mil milhões de euros. O Facebook, pela primeira vez na sua história, teve menos utilizadores de u trimestre para o outro. Meio milhão em quase dois mil milhões de utilizadores diários na maior rede social do mundo. Conversamos com o jornalista Hugo Séneca sobre o assunto. See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.

El que no se distingue, se extingue
14. La marca personal de Hugo Sánchez como técnico

El que no se distingue, se extingue

Play Episode Listen Later Feb 1, 2022 9:28


Hugo Sánchez es el mejor futbolista mexicano de la historia, no hay ninguna duda que como Hugo Sánchez no volverá a haber nadie en México, sin embargo como Director Técnico Hugo siempre ha sido muy soberbio, desde sus declaraciones, la relación con compañeros o hasta jugadores a su cargo. El impacto de la marca personal de Hugo Sánchez es importante, pues ya no puede ser futbolista, es una profesión que dura poco tiempo y tienes que hacer una estrategia para posicionarte y tener impacto en lo que quieras desempeñar. No te pierdas este episodio con el análisis de Hugo Sánchez y su marca personal.

Books & Writers · The Creative Process

It is difficult to make generalizations about Neil Gaiman's books. His contributions to practically every literary genre have earned him a place in the Dictionary of Literary Biography as one of the top ten living post-modern writers. His work has been honored with many awards internationally, including the Newbery and Carnegie Medals. His books and stories have also been honored with 4 Hugos, 2 Nebulas, 1 World Fantasy Award, 4 Bram Stoker Awards, 6 Locus Awards, 2 British SF Awards, 1 British Fantasy Award, 3 Geffens, 1 International Horror Guild Award and 2 Mythopoeic Awards.www.creativeprocess.info

Books & Writers · The Creative Process

It is difficult to make generalizations about Neil Gaiman's books. His contributions to practically every literary genre have earned him a place in the Dictionary of Literary Biography as one of the top ten living post-modern writers. His work has been honored with many awards internationally, including the Newbery and Carnegie Medals. His books and stories have also been honored with 4 Hugos, 2 Nebulas, 1 World Fantasy Award, 4 Bram Stoker Awards, 6 Locus Awards, 2 British SF Awards, 1 British Fantasy Award, 3 Geffens, 1 International Horror Guild Award and 2 Mythopoeic Awards.www.creativeprocess.info

Mother Soccer - podcast futbol
133. Carlos Hermosillo: "El problema de Hugo fue su boca"

Mother Soccer - podcast futbol

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2022 42:04


Luego de que Hugo Sánchez afirmara que si hubiera jugado para otro país, habría sido campeón del mundo, Carlos Hermosillo le respondió duro al "Pentapichichi", afirmando que "el problema de Hugo Sánchez fue su boca". Miguel Gurwitz y Rubén Rodríguez analizan las declaraciones de "El niño de oro" en "Mother Soccer", el programa madre del fútbol. Un podcast exclusivo de futvox. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

futvox Europa - podcast futbol
121. Guardado hace historia. ¿Está por detrás de "Hugol" y Rafa Márquez?

futvox Europa - podcast futbol

Play Episode Listen Later Jan 10, 2022 18:43


Andrés Guardado hace historia superando a Hugo Sánchez como el mexicano con más duelos disputados en el fútbol del viejo continente. Además, el Barça viaja con Pedri y Ferran Torres pensando en el Super Clásico del miércoles. ¿Podrán competir? Rafael Márquez Lugo y Milena Gimón te lo cuenta en "Euro futvox". Solo por futvox. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

Octothorpe
47: Authors Eating John

Octothorpe

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 23, 2021 48:22


John is sleepy, Alison is talking to Chinese fans, and Liz went to the Hugos. Please email your letters of comment to octothorpecast@gmail.com and tag @OctothorpeCast when you post about the show on social media. Content warnings this episode: COVID-19 (chapter 2); racism (chapter 3); foreign policy and sexism (chapter 4) Letters of comment Farah and Fran talking about masking at Novacon A big discussion about BSFA You can get by just NOT TELLING THE BSFA your address (DON'T TRY THAT WITH THE WORLDCON) Chris Garcia Site selection at DisCon III Chengdu in 2023 won File 770's reporting on the win Chinese fans seem nice! The livestream was good, and had 106,000 viewers Lots of different Chinese university SF societies encouraging the bid; spot the flag in Gallifreyan and the monolith WSFS Business Meeting The video of the session we discuss Kevin Standlee's LiveJournal post about it File 770's reporting on the session There are legitimate concerns about China John found he generally agreed with these tweets from Jeannette Ng Tweet Thread #1 Thread #2 The guests are Liu Cixin, Sergei Lukyanenko and Robert J. Sawyer A File 770 commenter outlines the issues with Lukyanenko Hugo Awards If Fanzine had 53 fewer votes and Fancast had 42 fewer votes they would not have been awarded Picks John: The Psychopath Club by Sandra Bond (paperback, Kindle) Alison: Sibilant Fricative by Adam Roberts (paperback, Kindle) Liz: The Witness for the Dead by Katherine Addison (epub, paperback, Kindle) Picks for Christmas song Alison: Chiron Beta Prime by Jonathan Coulton John: California Christmastime by Crazy Ex-Girlfriend Oh Santa! by Mr.B the Gentleman Rhymer Liz: Bethlehem Down Alison's playlist of Christmas songs which do not presuppose God or Santa Music credits Our theme music is It's Christmas Time by Frank Schröter, used under the Simplified Filmmusic.io Standard License

Archivos secretos de policía
El Carrizos, el mejor ladrón de México

Archivos secretos de policía

Play Episode Listen Later Dec 2, 2021 13:32


Efraín Alcaraz Montes de Oca, El Carrizos, el rey de los zorreros, es un legendario ladrón que pasó a la historia en las páginas de la criminalidad de México. Se dice que en los años sesenta y setenta estuvo aliado con algunos policías (el Negro Durazó y Luis Téllez Girón, El Drácula, entre otros), quienes se encargaban de perseguirlo y atraparlo, pero al mismo tiempo le permitían salirse con la suya.Entre sus más grandes golpes se cuentan el saqueo a casas de personajes importantes, como las de los expresidentes Luis Echeverría Álvarez y José López Portillo; la del entonces regente del DF, Ernesto P Uruchurtu; la del futbolista Hugo Sánchez y la de la vedette Olga Breeskin.“Robé medio México”, declaró en una ocasión y en otra afirmó que él no era ratero, sino ladrón. Sin embargo, luego de salir de prisión en 2008, tras su última detención, su destino quedó en el más completo misterio, pero sus fechorías pasaron a la historia de los Archivos Secretos de la Policía.Puedes conocer más de este y otros casos en los Archivos secretos de La Prensa. Hosted on Acast. See acast.com/privacy for more information.

Spirituality & Mindfulness · The Creative Process

It is difficult to make generalizations about Neil Gaiman's books. His contributions to practically every literary genre have earned him a place in the Dictionary of Literary Biography as one of the top ten living post-modern writers. His work has been honored with many awards internationally, including the Newbery and Carnegie Medals. His books and stories have also been honored with 4 Hugos, 2 Nebulas, 1 World Fantasy Award, 4 Bram Stoker Awards, 6 Locus Awards, 2 British SF Awards, 1 British Fantasy Award, 3 Geffens, 1 International Horror Guild Award and 2 Mythopoeic Awards.www.creativeprocess.info

Spirituality & Mindfulness · The Creative Process

It is difficult to make generalizations about Neil Gaiman's books. His contributions to practically every literary genre have earned him a place in the Dictionary of Literary Biography as one of the top ten living post-modern writers. His work has been honored with many awards internationally, including the Newbery and Carnegie Medals. His books and stories have also been honored with 4 Hugos, 2 Nebulas, 1 World Fantasy Award, 4 Bram Stoker Awards, 6 Locus Awards, 2 British SF Awards, 1 British Fantasy Award, 3 Geffens, 1 International Horror Guild Award and 2 Mythopoeic Awards.www.creativeprocess.info