The Coode Street Podcast is Coming to Tor.com!

We are happy to announce that starting in January 2015, the Coode Street Podcast is coming to Tor.com! Launched in May of 2010, Coode Street quickly became an excellent source for intelligent and lively SFF discussion, and we’re excited to be their new home.

Find out more about our newest podcast below!

The Coode Street Podcastis hosted by World Fantasy, BSFA, and Pilgrim Award-winning critic Gary K. Wolfe, who has written extensively on science fiction since the 1970s, and also serves as a Professor of Humanities in Roosevelt University’s Evelyn T. Stone College of Professional Studies, and Jonathan Strahan, a World Fantasy and Locus Award-winning editor, anthologist, and publisher. The Coode Street Podcast has been nominated for the Hugo (three times), BSFA, Ditmar, and Tin Duck Awards.

We also hope you’ll follow the rest of Tor.com’s podcast triumvirate!

Rocket Talk, hosted by Justin Landon, features a mix of SFF discussions and fantastic readings of Tor.com’s award-winning short fiction. Previous episodes of Rocket Talk have included talks with Lev Grossman, Robert Jackson Bennett, and N.K. Jemisin, as well as thematic discussion of everything from gender in SFF to the awesomeness of The LEGO Movie.

Midnight in Karachi, hosted by the fabulous Mahvesh Murad, premiered on December 5th with an interview with author Audrey Niffenegger! Ms. Murad has also hosted and produced two previous radio shows, “Voodoo Nights” and “89 Chapters,” Pakistan’s only book show, which aired a mix of music and book reviews, book giveaways, and writer interviews every week for nearly seven years.

Rocket Talk: The Tor.com Podcast

Midnight in Karachi Podcast

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