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Geek's Guide to the Galaxy - Science Fiction Writer Interviews, Movie Reviews, Fantasy/Horror/Sci-Fi Books and Writing

By David Barr Kirtley (Fantasy Author and Short Story Writer) and John Joseph Adams (Book Editor and Lightspeed Magazine Publisher)

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Description

Author David Barr Kirtley discusses geek culture with guests such as George R. R. Martin (#22), Richard Dawkins (#46), Paul Krugman (#61), Simon Pegg (#39), Margaret Atwood (#94), Philip Pullman (#76), Neil deGrasse Tyson (#32), and Ursula K. Le Guin (#65). The A.V. Club calls the show, "An informative and impressively in-depth podcast well worth checking out," and io9 lists it as one of "13 Smart Podcasts That Will Feed Your Hunger for Knowledge and Ideas." Help crowdfund us at patreon.com/geeks

Customer Reviews

As much about the craft of creating sci-fi as consuming it

This podcast is hosted by one of my favorite editors and one of my favorite writers working today. Not only do they know how to create great genre culture, they extend that knowledge to asking smart questions that engage their all-star line-up of guests. The interviews are consistently stellar, even when interviewing guests that don't have a history of giving engaging responses to less familiar interviewers.

Another stand out segment is the panel discussions with "guest-geeks" who consistently present smart, funny, and generally excellent insights into the topic at hand. Even when I vehemently disagree with the opinions, the presentation is excellent and the conversation leaves me looking forward to the next episode. This show is one of the best examples of 21st century media, and it really adds to the cachet of the overall Wired brand.

Get in on the ground floor of this one, someday this will be remembered as the “Inside the Actor’s Studio” of the geek crowd. It really is that good.

All the Geekiness a Girl Could Want

As I have a real commute for the first time, I thought I would give this podcast a listen (I found it through i09). It is simply unbelievable! What a great book list I now have. Sci-fi/fantasy/horror readers take note! Writers, listen up! It's all the geekiness a girl could want. And witty too!

fascinating interviews and intelligent, witty discussion

this show is really fantastic. i find myself listening to past shows repeatedly for their humorously engaging discussions, for introducing me to new fiction and writers, and for giving fascinating insight into writing and the publishing world. as authors, anthologists, and lifelong SF/F readers, Dave and John have seemingly encyclopedic knowledge of science fiction and fantasy. densely detailed observations and plot details seem to just flow out of them in a natural and entertaining way. keep up the great work guys, and thank you! here's to GGG#999!