The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 217): Panel Discussion of SF and F Characters We Want To Be And Why

In episode 217 of the SF Signal Podcast Patrick Hester, Sarah Chorn, Django Wexler and Jeff Patterson discuss characters in science fiction and fantasy we want to be, and why.

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7 thoughts on “The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 217): Panel Discussion of SF and F Characters We Want To Be And Why”

  1. Hey, I beat Tam!

    I was tempted to ask to be on this podcast, since I have a few ideas. Let me focus on an epic fantasy (since that would be a bugbear).

    I’d love to be in Kate Elliott’s Spiritwalker universe. Trolls descended from Dinosaurs? Glacial terrain to my heart’s content? Cold Magic (maybe I could *learn* Cold Magic.). Sure, there are revolutions and the Wild Hunt, but I could live there.

    Alternatively, being a Glamourist in Mary Robinette Kowal’s universe wouldn’t be a bad gig, either.

    1. Those are great universes. I didn’t think of those. I know Malazan would be a brutal place to live… I just LOVE the history and how vast it is. I always though it would be a great place to experience until I got axed (probably about 5 minutes after I dropped into it).

  2. Not surprisingly one on my list would be Slippery Jim DiGriz, the Stainless Steel Rat. His future sounds fun, a bit dangerous, and with his wit, humor, good luck and beautiful (but deadly) wife, life would be exciting.

    I’ve always admired Richard in Neverwhere even though I cannot help but want him to get with the program much earlier than he does. I applaud Gaiman for writing a would-be hero that is so truly human that he resists it for so long.

  3. Damn. I didn’t hear my name at the end until tonight. I would like to be Captain Stagg from Philip Jose Farmer’s Flesh, which was just reprinted. Pass the fertility horns, please.

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