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Sarah Gailey

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Sarah Gailey / T. Kingfisher

Tor Presents: Voyage Into Genre

It's haunted house day on our voyage -- hope you packed your flashlights...ITINERARY: Sarah Gailey (Just Like Home) explains why under the bed is the scariest place in the house, defying the pull of easy narrative, and why you should have empathy for haunted houses. T. Kingfisher (What Moves the Dead) talks about the fascinating world of fungi, historical gender fluidity, and why she loves a re-telling of a classic tale. Brett Bertolino (VP, Director of Operations for Eastern State Penitentiary) shares behind-the-scenes insights into how one of the most popular haunted house attractions in the country has stayed fresh for over 30 years. Read the full episode transcript here!Tor Presents: Voyage into Genre is a co-production with Lit Hub RadioHosted by Drew BroussardAudio engineering + production by Stardust House CreativeMusic by Dani Lencioni of Evelyn Learn more about your ad choices. Visit megaphone.fm/adchoices

51mins

27 Jul 2022

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Talking to Author Sarah Gailey About Horror, Compulsory Girl Bossing, and Shirley Jackson’s The Lottery

Fire the Canon

Sarah Gailey, author of the upcoming book Just Like Home, joins us to talk about one of the most famous American short stories of all time: Shirley Jackson’s 1948 classic, The Lottery.  Jackie reveals her long, sordid history with technology.  Rachel reads a book review from an alternate reality.  Theo discusses an affordable delicacy.  Topics include: old houses, cottagecore, rollerblading accidents, park raters, trusting your editor, killing off Chuck, mom texts, Muppet Treasure Island, cicada pizza, and cricket flour.Media mentioned: Saint Death’s Daughter by CSE Cooney, Flowers for Algernon by Daniel Keyes, The Scarlet Ibis by James Hurst, Let Me Hear You Whisper by Paul Zindel, The Ones Who Walk Away from Omelas by Ursula LeGuin, The Hunger Games series by Suzanne Collins, and Jordan Peele’s Us.★ Support this podcast on Patreon ★

1hr 18mins

7 Jul 2022

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Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 2, with Sarah Gailey

Failure to Adapt

The honeymoon’s over, and Hugo Award Winning Author Sarah Gailey (Just Like Home, The Echo Wife, EAT THE RICH) joins Maggie & Red one last time to wait out the 72 hours between giving birth and heading to the most sensual Thomas Kinkade inspired love shack. There was of course, only one way this could ever end: with a teenager betrothed to an infant and a supernatural battle for the ages (or not). They’re (finally!) talking the final half of Stephenie Meyer’s Breaking Dawn (2008) and its adaptation into the 2012 Bill Condon film, Breaking Dawn: Part 2. PRE-ORDER SARAH GAILEY’S JUST LIKE HOME Buy Maggie’s newest book, Love in the Library If you like us, you’ll also enjoy: Following the pod on twitter: https://twitter.com/FailureAdapt Supporting Failure to Adapt on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/FailureToAdaptPodcast

1hr 3mins

28 Jun 2022

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Twilight: Breaking Dawn Part 1, with Sarah Gailey

Failure to Adapt

Hugo award winning author Sarah Gailey (Just Like Home, The Echo Wife, EAT THE RICH) joins this shotgun podcast with Maggie & Red to witness Edward & Bella enter the holy state of Batrimony, before heading to Isle Esme (formerly: The Island of No Innocents Were Murdered Here) and then back to the Cullen homestead for some moderate body horror. They’re talking the first half of Stephenie Meyer’s Breaking Dawn (2008) and its adaptation into the 2011 Bill Condon film, Breaking Dawn: Part 1. PRE-ORDER SARAH GAILEY’S JUST LIKE HOME !! Buy Maggie’s newest book, Love in the Library !! If you like us, you’ll also enjoy: Following the pod on twitter: https://twitter.com/FailureAdapt Supporting Failure to Adapt on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/FailureToAdaptPodcast

1hr 11mins

21 Jun 2022

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Book Tour 17: Sarah Gailey - Just Like Home

Tales from the Trunk

This episode carries content warnings for mentions of parental death, terminal illness, serial killers, and feelings of powerlessness. Additionally, the reading from this episode contains an overall sense of tension and dread. If you would like to skip the reading, you can skip forward 18 minutes from the beginning of the reading to bypass it. This time around, we’re joined once again by the incomparable Sarah Gailey (@gaileyfrey) to talk about their incredible (and incredibly terrifying) new book, Just Like Home, available July 19th wherever fine books are sold! Sarah tells us about the staggering number of rewrites that this book went through and what was learned along the way. Things we mention this episode: The Luminous Dead, by Caitlin Starling The Southern Reach Trilogy, by Jeff VanderMeer Flowers for the Sea, by Zin E. Rocklyn Queen Amidala Magic for Liars, by Sarah Gailey And then a skeleton popped out The Death of Jane Lawrence, by Caitlin Starling NetGalley Eat the Rich, by Sarah Gailey and Pius Bak The Echo Wife, by Sarah Gailey “The Foundations of Decay,” by My Chemical Romance The Great (TV) Veep (TV) Number One Fan, by Meg Elison Misery Empire of the Wild, by Cherie Dimaline Sarah’s website and Insta Stone Soup newsletter Kompromat Join us in two weeks, when my guest will be Amanda Cook!

45mins

3 Jun 2022

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GET TO WORK HURLEY: Episode 20. With special guest Sarah Gailey!

Get To Work Hurley

The GET TO WORK HURLEY podcast is a monthly rant about the hustle of making a living as a writer of All of the Things. You can support this podcast each month as a Patron or make a one-time donation. EPISODE TWENTY: It’s FUTURE ARTIFACTS publishing day! To help celebrate, Sarah Gailey (author of The Echo Wife, Magic For Liars, and the upcoming Just Like Home) joins the podcast to talk about writing process, differences between tackling novels and short stories, and play a game of Never Have I Ever – Writer Edition. Listen below or Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, and Spotify (NOTE: Patreon subscribers get access to the video version of the podcast). The post GET TO WORK HURLEY: Episode 20. With special guest Sarah Gailey! appeared first on Kameron Hurley.

50mins

17 May 2022

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GET TO WORK HURLEY: Episode 20. With special guest Sarah Gailey!

Get to Work Hurley!

The GET TO WORK HURLEY podcast is a monthly rant about the hustle of making a living as a writer of All of the Things. You can support this podcast each month as a Patron or make a one-time donation. EPISODE TWENTY: It’s FUTURE ARTIFACTS publishing day! To help celebrate, Sarah Gailey (author of The Echo Wife, Magic For Liars, and the upcoming Just Like Home) joins the podcast to talk about writing process, differences between tackling novels and short stories, and play a game of Never Have I Ever – Writer Edition. Listen below or Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, and Spotify (NOTE: Patreon subscribers get access to the video version of the podcast). The post GET TO WORK HURLEY: Episode 20. With special guest Sarah Gailey! appeared first on Kameron Hurley.

50mins

17 May 2022

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Episode 76: Farm to Table Fantasy ft. SARAH GAILEY

Worldbuilding for Masochists

Everybody's got to eat. But where does the food in your world come from? Who tends livestock, who transports it, who turns it into a meal -- and how? In this episode, guest Sarah Gailey helps us think through the practicalities of feeding your characters so that their hanger doesn't derail your plot! We also examine the intersection of food production and consumption with colonization and imperialist violence. Please note that this episode contains some frank discussion of the butchery of livestock for human consumption. If this is a sensitive topic for you, we suggest listening with caution. Transcript for Episode 76 (with thanks to our scribes! Interested in joining our scribe team? Send us an email at worldbuildcast at gmail dot com!) Our Guest: Sarah Gailey is a Hugo Award Winning and Bestselling author of speculative fiction, short stories, and essays. They have been a finalist for the Hugo, Nebula, and Locus awards for multiple years running. Their bestselling adult novel debut, Magic For Liars, was published by Tor Books in 2019. Their most recent novel, The Echo Wife, and first original comic book series with BOOM! Studios, Eat the Rich, are available now. Their shorter works and essays have been published in Mashable, The Boston Globe, Vice, Tor.com, and the Atlantic. Their work has been translated into seven different languages and published around the world. You can find links to their work at sarahgailey.com and on social media at @gaileyfrey.

1hr 9mins

11 May 2022

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From the Archives: CatsCast 341 (April Fools 2021) - Bargain by Sarah Gailey

CatsCast

This is the 341st episode of the imaginary version of CatsCast. It ran on all the Escape Artists podcasts on April 1, 2021. so if you were listening to any of them at the time, you may have heard this one already.

26mins

21 Mar 2022

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Twilight: Eclipse, with Sarah Gailey

Failure to Adapt

A movie franchise so grueling it chewed through three Directors in each of its first three films only needs one guest, Hugo award winning author Sarah Gailey (Just Like Home, The Echo Wife, EAT THE RICH) returns with their Harley Sprint in the trunk of a Volvo S60R to talk Wampyres & Werewolves. They join Maggie & Red to discuss the adaptation of Stephenie Meyer’s Eclipse (2007) into the David Slade Directed The Twilight Saga: Eclipse (2010). If you like us, you’ll also enjoy: Following the pod on twitter: https://twitter.com/FailureAdapt Supporting Failure to Adapt on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/FailureToAdaptPodcast

1hr 10mins

15 Mar 2022

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