The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 193): Three Hoarsemen Cometh! A Discussion of Iain M. Banks and Paper vs. Electronic Reading

In the long and storied history of the SF Signal Podcast, never had the powers-that-be deigned it safe to allow John H. Stevens, Fred Kiesche, and Jeff Patterson to appear on the same panel discussion. “It would be like crossing the streams,” they said. “Violent weather would sweep the land, and cicadas emerge from the depths!”

Ah, well…

In this inaugural episode of The Three Hoarsemen we discuss Iain M. Banks, how our book format preferences dictate our reading (and buying) habits, and recommend some books and stories we’ve recently enjoyed.

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5 thoughts on “The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 193): Three Hoarsemen Cometh! A Discussion of Iain M. Banks and Paper vs. Electronic Reading”

  1. Maybe you can make Paul Weimer the 4th ‘hoarseman’ and talk about Peter F. Hamilton next time.

  2. Great work (so far, listening now) guys. The reminisces of Banks and his work are touching.

    I have not yet read Look to Windward, but the “last two chapters” comment makes me want to reconsider that.

  3. Great podcast (not that Patrick’s aren’t great too). I have missed the group gatherings and it’s nice to have another.

  4. Wonderful discussion, thanks for reminding me how much I like Dr. Who. Something to add to my TIVO “to do” list.

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