September 6, 2012

CCLaP Podcast 95: Author Charles Stross

CCLaP Podcast 95: Author Charles Stross

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It's Monday Thursday, which means it's time for another episode of the CCLaP Podcast. Today: It's my one-hour talk with British science-fiction author Charles Stross, a prolific writer who works in all kinds of different genres simultaneously, but is perhaps best known for coining the phrase "Accelerated Age" to refer to the spate of "Singularity" novels that became so popular in the early 2000s. Also featuring the music of Booker T and Sons Of Bill.

Links to the things and people mentioned in today's episode:
Charles Stross
Worldcon 2012
Dungeons and Dragons' Fiend Folio
Interzone Magazine
Singularity Sky / CCLaP's review of Singularity Sky
Saturn's Children / CCLaP's review of Saturn's Children
Rapture of the Nerds / CCLaP's interview with Cory Doctorow
Sons Of Bill

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Filed by Jason Pettus at 2:53 PM, September 6, 2012. Filed under: CCLaP Podcast | Literature | Profiles |