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Ten minutes with... is a special series presented by Coode Street that sees readers and booklovers from around the world talk about what they're reading right now and what's getting them through these difficult times. Multiple award-winning author, editor, narrator, and radio personality Ellen Kushner chats with Gary about moving back to New York; ordering favorite children’s and YA books from independent bookstores; reading Edward Eager, E. Nesbit, Frances Hodgson Burnett, and Joan Aiken; the brilliance of Frances Hardinge; group reading Shakespeare with friends online; the University of Glasgow’s new fantasy study center; and odd historical genres like “silver-fork novels.” Books mentioned include: The Wolves of Willoughby Chase by Joan Aiken Night Birds on Nantucket by Joan Aiken Dido and Pa by Joan Aiken Deeplight by Frances Hardinge The Midnight Bargain by C.L. Polk Sorcerer to the Crown by Zen Cho The True Queen by Zen Cho Silk & Steel: An Adventure Anthology of Queer SF&F with High Femmes & Dashing Women edited by Janine A. Southard (forthcoming)
Ep 370 - Knights of the Round Table (Choose Your Own Adventure) by Ellen Kushner
It's time to make some more choices! Thanks to a benevolent small business owner, we've been transported back to the time of Arthurian legend and must face the biggest choice of all: food service or secretarial work!Actually, we make plenty of fun choices in Ellen Kushner's CYOA riff on the Knights of the Round Table. So join us for a bunch of boons, magic, and mannerpunk!See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Ep 167 - Statue of Liberty Adventure (Choose Your Own Adventure) by Ellen Kushner
It's time to choose our adventure and celebrate the arrival of Spring with a trip to the Big Apple in Ellen Kushner's Statue of Liberty Adventure. This week's choices include quantum pants, Coffee Boy, and Dick Van Dyke's Worst Charlie Bit My Finger Impression (TM). The story, all names, characters, and incidents portrayed in this production are uniformly terrible. Any identification with actual persons, places, buildings, and products is purposeful because otherwise we wouldn't know what voices to use.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
Writing Excuses 10.52: Moving On, with Ellen Kushner
Archive Seasons 7-10 – Writing Excuses
Ellen Kushner joins us for the last episode of Season 10. Per the title, folks, it’s time to be done. What does “done” mean? How do you go about declaring a project “finished” when you know there are still things wrong with it? How do you clear your head, your work space, and your life for … Continue reading Writing Excuses 10.52: Moving On, with Ellen Kushner →
One Last, Great Adventure by Ellen Kushner and Ysabeau S. Wilce (audio)
Our seventh podcast for November is “One Last, Great Adventure” written by Ellen Kushner and Ysabeau S. Wilce and read by Kate Baker.First published in Fearsome Journeys, edited by Jonathan Strahan, 2013.Subscribe to our podcast.
Episode 88: Live with Gary K. Wolfe and Ellen Kushner!
The Coode Street Podcast
This week we invited award-winning actor, broadcaster, editor and writer Ellen Kushner to join us to discuss the excellent audiobook adaptation of her novel Swordspoint, which was recently released by Audible, her thoughts on the rise of audiobooks, and her many other projects.. The Witches of Lublin (Audible); and the audiobook of Swordspoint (US information; UK information).We would like to apologise for the audio quality of some of the podcast, which is a little below what we'd normally hope for. Our primary recording of the 'cast failed, but we were saved by our newly installed backup recording system. We continue our hunt for improvements, but in the interim thank Ellen, and look forward to seeing you all next week.