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Bringing hope to the world through Speculative Fiction. Interviews with writers, gamers, creators, and activists with co-hosts Cat Rambo, Alan Bailey, Diane Morison, and Rachel Renee.

Past guests include:

  • Bill Campbell
  • Tobius Buckell
  • Cadwell Turnbull
  • CL Cannon
  • Zig Zag Claybourne
  • Alexandra Rowland

 

Sep 26, 2020

In this episode, Alan and Diane interview editor, writer, and interviewer Arley Sorg, and writer and editor Christie Yant. They discuss the revived Fantasy Magazine, dungeons and dragons, and how they resist the norm using narrative.

Find Fantasy Magazine here: Fantasy Magazine

We also review:

Nevermoreearth by Air &...


Aug 30, 2020

On this episode of Quarantine Club we are joined by writers/designer Ricardo Victoria and writer/editor Leo McBride. We discuss the Inklings writing group/press, writing tips, and Ricardo's connections to the first Mexican president and how it ties into one of his most recent stories.

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Aug 17, 2020

On this episode of Quarantine Club we are joined by gamer designer and publisher Sean Fallon, owner of Smunchy Games. We also talk with writer, editor, publisher, Zelda Knight of Aurelia Leo. We discuss diversity in publishing, game development, and the development of Dominion: An Anthology of Speculative Fiction from...


Jul 29, 2020

In this episode, Alan and Cat interview Cadwell Turnbull, author of The Lesson. They discuss what it means to have righteous goals as a writer, how The Lesson reflects current politics, and why his aliens are so damn violent.

Find The Lesson here: The Lesson

We also review:

Dominion: An Anthology of Speculative Fiction...


Jul 6, 2020

On this episode of Quarantine Club we are joined by gamer, writer, and blogger Graeme Barber, also known as POC Gamer. We also talk with writer, editor, publisher, Bill Campbell. We discuss police brutality, racism in role-playing, and resisting social norms.

Please keep in mind the audio is not up to its usual...