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7 of The Best Podcast Episodes for C.L. Moore. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about C.L. Moore, often where they are interviewed.

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7 of The Best Podcast Episodes for C.L. Moore. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about C.L. Moore, often where they are interviewed.

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586 AUDIOBOOK/READALONG The Tree Of Life by C.L. Moore

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Jul 13 2020 · 2hr 33mins
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040- The Bright Illusion, by C.L. Moore, 1934

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040- The Bright Illusion, by C.L. Moore, 1934

Wherein a man falls in love with an alien babe?

This week on the podcast, Ruiz Tremello & Marguerite are in the middle of British Columbia, Canada, discussing "The Bright Illusion" by C.L. Moore, from 1934. This one is something special, because C.L. Moore is an amazing author who's very ahead of her time. Honestly, this one surprised us both with its themes and surprise plot-points.

For a picture of the cover, please consult episode 36, "The New Accelerator". I was going to re-upload it, but decided to turn it into the world’s worst scavenger hunt.

C.L. Moore was famously married author Henry Kuttner, who you can hear about in Episode 003, "Time Locker"- and next season, we're going to do a story that they wrote together! <3

Dec 09 2019 · 31mins

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Episode 305: Black God’s Kiss by C.L. Moore

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This episode Ralph talks about C.L. Moore’s hero Jirel of Joiry, and Liz talks about the anthology Dragons and Warrior Daughters.

Show Notes

Black God’s Kiss and other stories by C.L. Moore
Dragons and Warrior Daughters by Jessica Yates (ed)

Elizabeth Lovegrove, Ralph Lovegrove

  • Part One Black God’s Kiss 00:10
  • Part Two Dragons and Warrior Daughters 15:55
    • Further reading: Frances Hardinge, Tamora Pierce, Tanith Lee, Diana Wynne Jones, Jo Walton, Rosemary Kirsten

Music Credits

“Is That You Or Are You You?” from Reappear by Chris Zabriskie

“But Enough About Me, Bill Paxton” from Direct To Video by Chris Zabriskie

“Cylinder Three” and “Cylinder Nine” from Cylinders by Chris Zabriskie

chriszabriskie.com // bandcamp // free music archive

Nov 26 2017 · 36mins
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Shaun’s Rambles 010: On C.L. Moore’s Judgment Night and Gender Violence

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Space opera attacks!  It’s been three weeks since I started teaching my space opera course, and I already have far too much to talk about!  In this edition, I take a look at the first half of C.L. Moore’s Judgment Night and the interesting ways in which I and my students read gender violence into some of the early scenes.

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Intro and outro music comes from “Pyro Flow” by Kevin MacLeod (incompetech.com); licensed under Creative Commons: By Attribution 3.0

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Sep 10 2015 ·

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Shaun’s Rambles 010: On C.L. Moore’s Judgment Night and Gender Violence

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Space opera attacks!  It’s been three weeks since I started teaching my space opera course, and I already have far too much to talk about!  In this edition, I take a look at the first half of C.L. Moore’s Judgment Night and the interesting ways in which I and my students read gender violence into […]
Sep 10 2015 ·
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7: The Works and Influence of C.L. Moore

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Rising from their nightmare-ridden winter slumber, John E. O. Stevens, Fred Kiesche and Jeff Patterson convene around the fire to discuss the works of Catherine Lucille Moore. Moore penned the Northwest of Earth and Jirel of Joiry series, as well as many collaborations with husband Henry Kuttner, who first wrote her a fan letter thinking that “C.L. Moore” was a man. She propelled the still-fledgling genre of “sword and sorcery” into strange new territories full of horrors and wonders, building on the foundations laid by Robert E. Howard and Clark Ashton Smith, and lighting the way for Vance, Brackett, Bradbury and Zelazny. The Hoarsemen also discuss the fiction, non-fiction, dreary Russian movies (and their remakes), and comics they have consumed since the start of the year. Hold on to your wallets.
Jan 20 2014 · 1hr 1min
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132 AUDIOBOOK/READALONG Home Is The Hunter by Henry Kuttner and C.L. Moore

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Jan 02 2011 · 1hr 14mins