The Coode Street Podcast

The Coode Street Podcast Episode 224: Kelly Link Gets in Trouble

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Welcome to The Coode Street Podcast, an informal weekly discussion about science fiction and fantasy featuring award-winning critics and editors Jonathan Strahan and Gary K. Wolfe. The Coode Street Podcast debuted in 2010 and has been nominated for the Hugo, British Science Fiction, and Aurealis awards.

This week we welcome the remarkable Kelly Link, celebrating her new collection Get In Trouble, her recent anthology with Gavin Grant, her career in general, and what’s coming up from Small Beer Press. We talk about the differences (if there are any) between adult and YA fiction, genre and mainstream, the possibility of a new novel, and what we did or didn’t read in school.

In addition to discussing Kelly’s own fiction and her rapidly growing reputation between Stranger Things Happen and Get in Trouble, we touch upon other books and authors from T.H. White’s The Once and Future King to Peter Straub’s “Hunger: An Introduction,” from Ray Bradbury to Shirley Jackson. And Kelly, who loves ghost stories, raises the very good question of why we return to the same stories again and again, even long after we know what’s going to happen. Listen, and see if any of us come up with a good answer for that.

Coode Street, Episode 224 (1:01:49)

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