The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 129): Panel Discussion: Mind-bending ideas from Science Fiction and Fantasy

In episode 129 of the Hugo Nominated SF Signal Podcast, Patrick Hester asks our irregulars to weigh in on: The most mind-bending idea you’ve ever encountered in a work of fantasy or science fiction.

This week’s panel:

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    1. Not sure what that means, Tam. If I click ‘play’ above, it plays. If I right-click the download link, it downloads. Same with iTunes and the RSS feed.

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  1. Mind-bending ideas in SF/F there’re a lot!!!! Because by their own nature those genres are themselves mind-bending. That’s the reason is so hard to pick up a single idea or even a group of them. I only going to mention «Wipping Star» by Frank Herbert… to me it was to much. And «Through the Gates of the Silver Key» by H. P. lovecraft was a divine revelation.

  2. What was the name of that author, mentioned at the beginning? I heard something like Swarzynsky, but googling it returned no good results.

  3. I was also wondering about the author mentioned in previous comment. You know what would be a great feature in the podcast posts? A list of authors/works mentioned in the podcast.

      1. hmmm… given my status as a solicitor of information regarding the podcast, I may not be the ideal candidate for the initial provision of that information. ;) I do, however, praise your optimism/opportunism…

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