The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 106): An Interview with Jennifer Pelland

In episode 106 of the SF Signal Podcast, Patrick Hester sits down to chat with author Jennifer Pelland!

From Jennifer Pellend’s Website:

Jennifer Pelland lives outside Boston with an Andy, three cats, an impractical amount of books, and an ever-growing collection of belly dance gear and radio theater scripts. She’s garnered two Nebula nominations, and many of her short stories were collected in Unwelcome Bodies, put out by Apex in 2008. They will be releasing her debut novel, Machine, later this year. Jennifer is represented by Seth Fishman of the Gernert Co.

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3 thoughts on “The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 106): An Interview with Jennifer Pelland”

  1. Interesting interview.

    I don’t want to “be that guy” either, referencing Jennifer’s story about Dukakis. I once saw Robin Williams playing with a little girl in a part next to the American Museum of Natural History one day.

    I didn’t even dare to go over and introduce myself…

  2. This was a very interesting interview. I’d never thought much about body hacks. It makes me wonder about the other implications. Can you separate your personality from the biology of your brain? What about mental illness? Can you upgrade your personality? All interesting questions.

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