What The SFF?!

What The SFF?!

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Incoming transmission! Welcome to What The SFF, a new podcast hosted by Angry Robot Books. Join our host, resident robot overlord Eleanor Teasdale, as she travels through the scifi-fantasy multiverse, picking up new authors and exciting guests, tackling the hottest topics in genre fiction, and discovering how to make the perfect cup of tea in space. So tune in each month for your scifi update! And we promise, we are the robots you’re looking for.

Welcome to the latest episode of What the SFF?! The Angry Robot Podcast as we welcome authors Stephen Deas (The Moonsteel Crown, The Memory of Flames, Thief-Takers Apprentice and Silver Kings series) and Robert V.S. Redick (Master Assassins, The Cathrand Voyage series)!

Hosted by head robot Eleanor Teasdale, listen in to this illuminating discussion about writing in different genres, what you can learn about writing by teaching it, and the perils of adapting a book from a D&D campaign!

Guests

Stephen Deas:

Twitter

Website

Stephen’s Infamous Gazeteer

The Moonsteel CrownOut Now

I Know What I SawOut Now

Robert V.S. Redick:

Website

The Master AssassinsOut Now

SidewindersOut June 2021

Books/TV/Games Mentioned

Books:

The Devil’s Blade by Mark Alder

The Boatman’s Daughter by Andy Davidson

A Lush and Seething Hell by John Hornor Jacobs

TV Shows:

No Offence

Vikings

Engrenages/Spiral

Call My Agent

Lupin

Games:

Assassins Creed Valhalla

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