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It didn’t take them long to find a name for us; almost as soon as they knew it was women inside the rickety biplanes they couldn’t catch, the Germans called us witches. It was because of the sounds our idling planes made from the ground, the story went, as if the German soldiers had spent a lot of time with brooms and knew what they sounded like, engineless and gliding fifty feet above them in the dark. (The wires holding the wings in place made the whistle.) | Copyright 2015 by Genevieve Valentine. Originally published in Operation Arcana, edited by John Joseph Adams. Reprinted by permission of the author. Narrated by Gabrielle de Cuir.
A girl scrutinizes the line between humans and robots when her grandmother is replaced with a replica. Content advisory: Death or dying, self-harming behaviorsThis episode is sponsored by There Will Come a Darkness, A Life Lived podcast, and The Great Courses (www.thegreatcoursesplus.com/LEVAR).See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
This episode features "Intro to Prom" written by Genevieve Valentine. Published in the October 2017 issue of Clarkesworld Magazine and read by Kate Baker. The text version of this story can be found at: http://clarkesworldmagazine.com/valentine_10_17 Support us on Patreon at http://patreon.com/clarkesworld
Audio from July 19th, with Karen Heuler & Genevieve Valentine
Fantastic Fiction at KGB
The following audio was recorded live on July 19th, 2017, with guests Karen Heuler and Genevieve Valentine. In this audio we also thank our Gold Supporters from our recent Kickstarter. Karen Heuler Karen Heuler’s stories have appeared in over 100 literary and speculative magazines and anthologies, from Conjunctions to Clarkesworld to Weird Tales, as well as a number of Best Of anthologies. She has received an O. Henry award, been a finalist for the Iowa short fiction award, the Bellwether award, the Shirley Jackson award for short fiction (twice), and a bunch of other near-misses. She has published four novels and three story collections, and this month Aqueduct Press released her novella, In Search of Lost Time, about a woman who can steal time. & Genevieve Valentine Genevieve Valentine is an author and critic. Her most recent book is the near-future spy novel ICON; her short fiction has appeared in over a dozen Best of the Year anthologies. Her comics work includes Catwoman for DC Comics and the Attack on Titan anthology from Kodansha. Her criticism and reviews have appeared in several venues including the AV Club, the Atlantic, and The New York Times. Please ask her about the new King Arthur movie.
Midnight in Karachi Episode 66: Genevieve Valentine
Midnight in Karachi Podcast – Tor.com
Welcome back to Midnight in Karachi, a weekly podcast about writers, publishers, editors, illustrators, their books and the worlds they create, hosted by Mahvesh Murad.Genevieve Valentine—writer of Catwoman, Xena, The Girls At the Kingfisher Club, Persona, and Icon—is on the podcast this week, talking about constructed relationships, killing off characters, weaponised young women, Taylor Swift, and whether red carpet fashion is fantasy or not. Listen to Midnight in Karachi Episode 66 (27:31): http://www.tor.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/10/Midnight-in-Karachi-EP-66-Genevieve-Valentine.mp3 On a mobile device or want to save the podcast for later? Midnight in Karachi Episode 66: Genevieve Valentine Subscribe in iTunes Get the Midnight in Karachi feed If you have a suggestion for Midnight in Karachi—a prospective guest, a book, a subject—please let me know at email@example.com and we’ll see what we can do for you!
Graphic Policy Radio with Guest Genevieve Valentine
Graphic Policy Radio
This Monday is a brand new episode of Graphic Policy Radio with first time guest Genevieve Valentine.Genevieve Valentine is a science fiction and fantasy writer. In 2014 she took over as the writer for DC Comics' Catwoman, sending Selina Kyle in a whole new direction as a key player in Gotham's mob family. The latest issue hits shelves this week. Her first novel, Mechanique: A tale of the Circus Tresaulti, won the Crawford Award for a first fantasy novel, and was shortlisted for the Nebula.Joining us in welcoming Genevieve to the show is frequent guest and cohost Emma Houxbois. Emma is the Comics Editor for The Rainbow Hub and co-host of weekly comics podcast Fantheon!We also want your questions! You can Tweet them to us @graphicpolicy before or during the show.
Episode 210: Genevieve Valentine and all the things
The Coode Street Podcast
This week Gary and Jonathan are joined by the wonderful Genevieve Valentine who talks intelligently, coherently and very interestingly about television, film, her latest novel The Girls at the Kingfisher Club, writing for comics and her extended run with Catwoman, and a lot, lot more. Genevieve's brilliance is a little overshadowed by bumbling hosts, who were exceptionally bumbling this weekend, and by perfidious technology (for which our apologies to both you and to Genevieve). Nonetheless, we think there's a lot worth listening to and hope you will persevere. Our sincere thanks to Genevieve for making the time to record the podcast, and to all of you for listening. As always, we hope you enjoy the podcast.
Audio from Oct 15th with Genevieve Valentine & E. Lily Yu
Fantastic Fiction at KGB
The following audio was recorded live at the KGB Bar in Manhattan on October 15th, 2014, with guests Genevieve Valentine & E. Lily Yu. Due to an unfortunate technical glitch, Genevieve’s reading was not recorded. We apologize for this error. Genevieve Valentine Genevieve Valentine’s first novel, Mechanique, won the 2012 Crawford Award. Her second, The Girls at the Kingfisher Club, has recently been published. Her short fiction has been published in various magazines, webzines, and anthologies. Her nonfiction has been published at AV Club, NPR.org, and L.A. Review of Books.& E. Lily Yu E. Lily Yu received the 2012 John W Campbell Award for Best New Writer. Her stories have been finalists for the Hugo, Nebula, Sturgeon, Locus, and World Fantasy Awards, and her latest one appears in Upgraded, edited by Neil Clarke.