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The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 174): Interview with Seanan McGuire

In episode 174 of the SF Signal Podcast, Patrick Hester chats with author Seanan McGuire.

About Seanan:

Seanan is the author of the October Daye series of urban fantasies, the first seven of which have been purchased by DAW Books; the InCryptid series of urban fantasies, the first two of which have been purchased by DAW Books; and the Newsflesh trilogy, published by Orbit under the pseudonym “Mira Grant.” She’s working on several other books, just to make sure she never runs out of things to edit. Her short fiction has appeared in multiple anthologies, and she was a 2010 Universe Author for The Edge of Propinquity.


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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.

8 Comments on The SF Signal Podcast (Episode 174): Interview with Seanan McGuire

  1. A couple of days ago I came across a Livejournal post from Seanan McGuire that was a response to the bigger conversation about sexism (and physically impossible poses) on genre covers that Jim Hines is at the center of. McGuire mentions that people had commented negatively about her Discount Armageddon cover and she goes on to defend why she actually likes the cover and how it works for her character. I enjoyed what she had to say so much I ordered a copy from the library. It will be my first experience with her work and I look forward to checking it out.

    Link to the conversation to which I am referring:

  2. Can I have a cookie? (That’s her Sfsqueecast question to the guest.)

  3. RE: Resident Evil. He didn’t stick the landing.

  4. Finally got around to listening to this. It was great fun. Love the idea of the Squeecast. Positivity? On the interwebs? How can I not support that. Off to give it a listen.

  5. This was a fun romp of an interview! I didn’t even realize it was longer than normal until Patrick mentioned the time, and I glanced at my MP3 player to realize I’d been listening for an hour to some really good stuff!

    Well done, Patrick and Seanan!

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