The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 105): What Books or Stories are you Looking Forward to in 2012?

In episode 105 of the SF Signal Podcast, Patrick Hester asks the SFSignal.com Irregulars to chime in with the books or stories they’re looking forward to in 2012.

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5 thoughts on “The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 105): What Books or Stories are you Looking Forward to in 2012?”

  1. Here’s what I heard mentioned:

    A. Lee Martinez:

    movie: John Carter
    game: Mass Effect 3

    Charles Tan:

    short story collections: Kij Johnson, Elizabeth Hand, Lucius Shephard, Nancy Kress, Ekaterina Sedia, Peter S. Beagle

    translations: Charles Yu, Roberto Belano

    Barsoom anthology and armored anthology ed. by JJA
    greatest show on earth ed. by ekaterina sedia

    Haikasoru: The Future is Japanese anthology:
    http://www.crunchyroll.com/anime-news/2011/12/13/viz-schedules-metal-gear-solid-novel-and-the-future-is-japanese-anthology

    Lisa:

    The Hunger Games and Prometheus movies
    Redshirts by John Scalzi

    John Stephens:

    Through the Valley of the Nest of Spiders
    Liz Hand – available dark
    Lucius Shephard collection
    Caitlin R. Kiernan – the drowning girl
    terri windling’s anthology AFTER
    JM McDermott – when we were executioners

    Fred:

    William Gibson’s Distrust that particular flavor essay collection
    Myke Cole Control Point “urban military fiction”
    JJ Adams – Armored anthology
    fantasy novel – saladin ahmed throne of the crescent moon
    david brin – existence
    tobias buckell – arctic rising
    david drake – the road of danger (lt. leary)
    tim powers – hide me among the graves
    kim stanley robinson – 2312
    michael moorcock – london peculiar (non-fiction collection)

    Lisa part II:

    nightmare garden by caitlin kittredge
    Timeless (The Parasol Protectorate, #5) by Gail Carriger (Orbit, March 1)

    patrick hester last reminder, TV:

    game of thrones
    eureka

    OK. That said!

    1. Darn it. Delany’s book is delayed (again) this time to May 1. Oh, the anticipation of watching it go from October 2011 to November 2011, to February 2012, to May 2012. May it stop being in the future soon!

    2. re: Raylan: $13 for a brand new book that’s $27 in hardcover, and you’re complaining because you were able to download it instantly onto your e-reader(s)? :)

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