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The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 099): An Interview with Elizabeth Moon

In episode 99 of the SF Signal Podcast, Patrick Hester sits down to chat with author Elizabeth Moon.


Elizabeth Moon, a Texas native, is a Marine Corps veteran with degrees in history and biology. She began writing stories in childhood but did not make her first fiction sale until age forty. She has published twenty-three novels, including Nebula Award winner The Speed of Dark, three short-fiction collections including Moon Flights in 2007, and over thirty short-fiction pieces in anthologies and magazines. Her latest book is Kings of the North (second book of Paladin’s Legacy) a return to the world of The Deed of Paksenarrion, and the third in that group, Crisis of Vison, is due out in 2012. The first book of Paladin’s Legacy, Oath of Fealty, is now in paperback also.

In non-writing hours, she enjoys nature photography, gardening, cooking, Renaissance style fencing, messing about with horses, and music, including singing in a church choir. And wasting time online, of course…

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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.

4 Comments on The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 099): An Interview with Elizabeth Moon

  1. Elizabeth Moon has a lot of scifi stuff on Graphicaudio too, if you like that fully dramatized+audiobook kind of thing.

     

  2. More standalones please! I like compact ideas with a clean and clear arc.

  3. Nice interview!  I’ve become a fan of Elizabeth Moon over the past year, though admittedly, I’ve only read her Paksennarion novels, the first trilogy of which is in my personal Omnibus Hall of Fame(r).  I do have a bunch of her SF on the looming stack.

  4. I love maps.  I think Patrick knew that…

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