In this episode of the Astrology Witch Podcast, I had a fun chat with my friend, the incredible & beloved author, Meg Elison! We discussed her amazing work as a writer, indicators in her natal chart which other writers may also have, astrology, witchcraft, and more! Follow, Support + Read Meg's Books: http://megelison.com/https://www.instagram.com/meghanelison/ https://twitter.com/megelison https://www.patreon.com/melisonFollow Astrology Witch Podcast on IG: https://www.instagram.com/astrologywitchpodcast/ Follow Astrology Witch Podcast on Twitter: https://twitter.com/AstroWPodcast Follow Astrology Witch Podcast on Facebook: www.facebook.com/AstrologyWitchPodcast Support Me on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/astrologywitchpodcastEpisode Artwork done by @LucidKitsch on Insta: https://www.instagram.com/lucidkitsch/--- This episode is sponsored by · Anchor: The easiest way to make a podcast. https://anchor.fm/app
We sit down with author Meg Elison to discuss her most recent work, a YA novel called Find Layla, in which our protagonist, Layla, puts a video on social media that goes viral and dismantles her life as she knows it. We also discuss the poverty cycle, when caretakers fail, bullying, and Meg gives some great writing tips. @MegElison @ComicsBookClub
Scary Thoughts #82 - “Is this how you thought it would all end?” with Michelle Tea, Meg Elison and Lawrence English
Writer Michelle Tea, writer Meg Elison, and composer Lawrence English join us for a trio of COVID-19-era conversations. We ask them each, “Is this how you thought it would all end?” All three guests have great perspectives on the apocalyptic vibrations affecting us all, but are any of us truly ready for the end?
Episode 143 is an interview with author Meg Elison. Meg is celebrating two new books - Find Layla and Big Girl. We have a discussion about creativity during quarantine, whether the apocalypse looks like she imagined it as an author of speculative post-apocalyptic fiction, and the body positive / fat acceptance movements. A good chunk of time was spent discussing writing authentically and inclusively, and how to walk the line as a creator of realistic portrayals of diversity without falling into the pitfalls of stereotypes or problematic tropes. Find more of Meg Elison here. Patreon supporters heard this show first! Consider giving a small donation to Patreon.com/IncitingProjects! You’ll get cool rewards like unedited video and audio podcasts from Inciting A Riot and Inciting A BrewHaHa, as well as bonus extras not published anywhere else, plus deals and coupons! Patrons are charged on a per-creation basis, so you only pay for the content you want! Love and Lyte, Fire Lyte Blog: IncitingARiot.com FireLyte@IncitingARiot.com @IncitingARiot on Twitter Facebook.com/IncitingARiotPodcast Subscribe/Rate/Comment on iTunes: http://bit.ly/iTunesRiot Spotify: https://open.spotify.com/show/4qTYYhCLMdFc4PhQmSL1Yh
Episode 18: Interview with Meg Elison at PCon 2020
Ravens at the Crossroads
The Ravens wish to express our gratitude for our patrons this month:Korin – from California Henry – from CanadaJohn – from TexasThank you for your support! Meg Elison is an American science fiction author and feminist essayist whose writings often incorporate the themes of female empowerment, body positivity, and gender flexibility. Her debut novel, The Book of the Unnamed Midwife, won the 2014 Philip K. Dick Award; her second novel, The Book of Etta, was a finalist for the Philip K. Dick Award. Meg is a James A. Tiptree Award honoree (now known as the Otherwise Award, an award encouraging the exploration & expansion of gender) and also a producer of the Cliterary Salon, a monthly Bay Area performance celebrating inclusive female sexuality in all its forms. Meg shared her very honest opinion about both PantheaCon and its final event. Our dear friend Red Dragon also joined us during this interview. We will hear more from Red Dragon in a later episode.
Nightmare Magazine - Horror and Dark Fantasy Story Podcast (Audiobook | Short Stories)
Your camera thinks it spotted a familiar face. “Cameras don’t think,” Annie said, looking down at her phone. “Who taught this thing to identify specific faces? Who thought that was a good idea?” “Ok, neuromantic,” Jonah scoffed at her, looking over. “Not everything is a part of the panopticon. Calm your tits.” “It’s just weird that it thinks,” Annie continued, loading more Diet Cokes into the communal fridge. “And why does that make me a new romantic?” | Copyright 2020 by Meg Elison. Narrated by Justine Eyre.
Reproductive Slavery and the Apocalypse: Meg Elison
Reproductive Slavery and the Apocalypse: Meg Elison Click above to download or find us on Apple Podcasts. This episode features author of the Philip K. Dick Award-winning The Book of the Unnamed Midwife, Meg Elison. We talk about menstruating during the apocalypse, the “importance” of furthering the species, and I ramble at Meg about my grandmother watching lesbian porn. Stuff we talk about in this episode: The Road to Nowhere series by Meg Elison Kindred & The Parable of the Sower by Octavia Butler The Children of Men by PD James The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood The Road by Cormac McCarthy A Gift Upon the Shore by MK Wren Children of Blood and Bone by Tomi Adeyemi Riverland by Fran Wilde