News Ticker

The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 226): Winter Is Here! SF/F Books with a Winter Setting & Why You Should Read Them

In episode 226 of the SF Signal Podcast Patrick Hester, Sarah Chorn, Paul Weimer, Kristin Centorcelli and AJ Sikes name 3 books with a winter setting we should read.

The Panel:


© 2014 SF Signal.com
Featuring original music by John Anealio

SARAH’S PICKS

AARON’S PICKS

KRISTIN’S PICKS

PAUL’S PICKS

PATRICK’S PICKS

About Patrick Hester (495 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.

8 Comments on The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 226): Winter Is Here! SF/F Books with a Winter Setting & Why You Should Read Them

  1. Jeff Patterson // January 27, 2014 at 8:19 am //

    Nice episode. Well done all.

    My pick would’ve been The Terror by Dan Simmons, a fictionalized account of the search for the northwest passage. The ominous icescape and the thing that dwells upon it are a brutally tangible presence throughout the story. I listened to the audiobook during a wretchedly hot summer, and getting out of the car into the heat was actually shocking as the story left me feeling so chilled.

  2. How about Kim Stanley Robinson’s Antarctica?

  3. Don’t forget Moorcock’s Silver Warriors and Ice Schooner.

  4. The Left Hand of Darkness

  5. Great podcast. I immediately went and purchased Sad Robot Stories after listening and have begun reading it.

  6. RedEyedGhost // January 27, 2014 at 11:22 pm //

    Winter’s Tale is fantastic. Hopefully the upcoming movie doesn’t butcher it.

  7. Snowblind by Christopher Golden. Stephen King blurbed it, which isn’t surprising because it seems just like him.

Comments are closed.