The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 111): An Interview with Author Lavie Tidhar

In episode 111 of the SF Signal Podcast, Patrick Hester sits down to chat with author Lavie Tidhar.

About Lavie Tidhar:

Lavie is a prolific writer, keeping up a steady stream of highly-regarded novels, novellas and short stories. He has been described as an “emerging master” by Locus Magazine, with his work compared to the late, great Philip K. Dick’s in both the Guardian and the Financial Times. His novels include the Bookman Histories trilogy of steampunk novels – comprising The Bookman (2010), Camera Obscura (2011), and The Great Game (2012) – which borrow equally from mythology, classic literature, pulp fiction and noir and kung-fu cinema – and the ground-breaking alternative history novel Osama (2011), shortlisted for the BSFA Award.

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One thought on “The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 111): An Interview with Author Lavie Tidhar”

  1. A fun, wide ranging interview.

    Lavie is a savvy guy. He managed to get me to read and review Going to the Moon, John to read and think about Osama, and get a SF Signal podcast interview in a relatively short period of time.

    And he has such a wide ranging life and interests that Patrick couldn’t even touch on half of the other stuff Lavie is up to…

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