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The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 188): Interview with Editor and Writer Lynne M. Thomas

In episode 188 of the SF Signal Podcast, Patrick Hester chats with Hugo Award winning Editor, Author and Podcaster, Lynne M. Thomas.

About Lynne:

Two-time Hugo Award winner Lynne M. Thomas is the Curator of Rare Books and Special Collections at Northern Illinois University in DeKalb, IL, where she is responsible for popular culture special collections that include the literary papers of over 60 SF/F authors. She is perhaps best known as the co-editor of the Hugo Award-winning Chicks Dig Time Lords (2010) with Tara O’Shea, Whedonistas (2011) with Deborah Stanish, and the Hugo Award-nominated Chicks Dig Comics (2012) with Sigrid Ellis , all published by Mad Norwegian Press. Along with the Geek Girl Chronicles book series, Lynne is the Editor-in-Chief of the Hugo Award-nominated (2012 & 2013) Apex Magazine, an online professional prose and poetry magazine of science fiction, fantasy, horror, and mash-ups of all three. She moderates the Hugo Award-winning SF Squeecast, a monthly podcast (with Elizabeth Bear, Paul Cornell, Seanan McGuire, and Catherynne M. Valente) in which a group of SF/F professionals get excited about stuff they like, and contributes to the Verity! Podcast, where a bunch of smart women talk about Doctor Who.

Lynne lives in DeKalb with her husband Michael (a writer and editor), their daughter Caitlin, and a cat named Marie.


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About Patrick Hester (527 Articles)
Patrick Hester is a writer, blogger, podcasting dude, Denver transplant and all around Functional Nerd. Don't hate him cuz he has a cool hat.

2 Comments on The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 188): Interview with Editor and Writer Lynne M. Thomas

  1. Fun conversation, Patrick.

    Now I wish I WERE going to San Antonio, Lynne. Oh, well! 🙂

  2. Jerry Gaiser // May 7, 2013 at 5:27 pm //

    Great interview. Think I’ve fallen in love with Lynne M. Thomas. 🙂

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