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If This Goes On (Don't Panic) is a podcast about hope and resistance in Science Fiction and Fantasy. Cohosts Alan Bailey, Cat Rambo, Diane Morrison, and Graeme Barber interview a diverse breadth of writers, editors, activists, gamers, and various other members of the Science Fiction and Fantasy community.

Past guests include:

  • P. Djeli Clark
  • Bill Campbell
  • Tobius Buckell
  • Cadwell Turnbull
  • James Morrow
  • Malka Older
  • Alexandra Rowland


May 17, 2022

In this episode, Diane and Alan chat with author Matthew Kressel and Author/Editor/Publisher Catherine Lundoff. They discuss Matt's new novel Queen of Static, expectations when marketing books, and greening your office. They also announce that audio columns will be released seperately as their own mini-episodes for...

Apr 16, 2022

In this episode, Diane and Alan chat with author Andrew Dana Hudson. They discuss Andrew's book Our Shared Storm: A Novel of Five Climate Futures, climate change, and Solarpunk.

Alan also reviews 3 books including:

The year’s Best African Speculative Fiction 2021 by Oghenechevwe Donald Eckpeki published...

Mar 17, 2022

On our triumphant return to the live format we talk to Catrina Taylor, Sarah Buhrman, and Coffee Quills about  the online conference they organize - Conduit, the struggles of ogranzing a conference, and what to expect in 2022. In the second half, we speak with writer and podcaster, Jon Stark about podcasting, the Lone...

Feb 14, 2022

In this episode, Cat and Alan chat with author Cadwell Turnbull. They discuss Cadwell's novel No Gods, No Monsters, the inspiration for his monsters, and why it's important to keep questioning yourself.

Alan also chats with Oghenechovwe Donald Ekpeki about what it's like trying to get into a US MFA program from Nigeria.

Jan 14, 2022

In this episode, Diane and Alan chat with Co-editor-in-Chiefs, Justine Norton-Kertson and Briana Castagnozzi, of Solapunk Magazine about starting a new magazine, government, falconing, music, and Solar Punk.

Rick's column focuses on evil corporations, escapism in fiction, and how it all relates to Raytheon and the 2021...