Hideous! We review and discuss "The Necronomicon", a confusingly-titled collection of stories by H. P. Lovecraft. This includes the stories/novellas Dagon, Herbert West: Reanimator, The Lurking Fear, The Rats in the Walls, The Whisperer in Darkness, Cool Air, In the Vault, The Call of Cthulhu, The Colour Out of Space, and The Horror at Red Hook.
Space zombies! We review and discuss "Leviathan Wakes" by James S. A. Corey.
WorldCon! We review and discuss "Arkwright" by Allen Steele.
We've normally (ish) been releasing the ScifiScifiScifi podcast on Tuesdays, but we're moving to Thursdays. So, uh... yeah. Enjoy.
Hive! We review and discuss "The Book of the Unnamed Midwife" by Meg Elison.
Drone, do my bidding! We review and discuss "The Player Of Games" by Iain M. Banks.
An interview with Meg Elison, author of "The Book of the Unnamed Midwife" and "The Book of Etta".
FIFTY EPISODES! We look back on our favorite (and least favorite) books that we've reviewed over episodes 1-50.
Roko's Basilisk! We review and discuss "Company Town" by Madeline Ashby.
Grind the Arch-Lich! We review and discuss "You" by Lev Grossman.
In a special very-few-edits episode, we go through our ballot picks for the 2017 Hugos.
Calendrical rot! We review and discuss "Ninefox Gambit" by Yoon Ha Lee.
Hands in the place where you live. We review and discuss "Sleeping Giants" by Sylvain Neuvel.
Obligate brood parasites! We review and discuss "The Midwich Cuckoos" by John Wyndham.
Big Bug Adventures! We review and discuss "A Closed And Common Orbit" by Becky Chambers.
Stick it in the food printer. We review and discuss "Six Wakes" by Mur Lafferty.
Jimmy, you're so funny. We review and discuss "Oryx and Crake" by Margaret Atwood.
J E D D MASON! We review and discuss "Seven Surrenders" by Ada Palmer.
Swim to heaven. We review and discuss "Stories of Your Life and Others" by Ted Chiang.
Archipelago. We review and discuss "A Wizard of EarthSea" by Ursula K. LeGuin.
Boil bugs! We review and discuss "The Obelisk Gate" by N. K. Jemisin. Note: we refer at one point to Barry's fridge, "Fridgy McFridginton." Mr. McFridgington does not appear, thanks to noise reduction software.
Tentacle junkies? We review and discuss "Central Station" by Lavie Tidhar. NOTE: This episode was originally recorded in late 2016.
Metafiction is just a metasignifier. We review and discuss "Arcadia" by Iain Pears. Due to microphone and pseudointellectual issues, this episode features both long postmodern rants and popping plosives, so we invite you to hate-enjoy!
Avian blood mead farts! Sleep-deprived and loopy, we review and discuss "Norse Mythology" by Neil Gaiman.