Podcast – Cory Doctorow's craphound.com

Articles, speeches, stories and novels by an award-winning science fiction writer, read aloud in small regular chunks

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Radicalized is a Canada Reads finalist, will be a graphic novel, and is eligible for the Hugo Award!


My 2019 book Radicalized has been named one of the five finalists for Canada Reads, the CBC’s annual book prize — Canada’s leading national book award, alongside of the Governor General’s award! My book was nominated by Akil August


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Inaction is a form of action


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Science fiction and the unforeseeable future: In the 2020s, let’s imagine better things


In my latest podcast (MP3), I read my Globe and Mail editorial, Science fiction and the unforeseeable future: In the 2020s, let’s imagine better things, where I reflect on what science fiction can tell us about the 2020s for the Globe‘s end-of-the-d


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Party Discipline, a Walkaway story (Part 4) (the final part!)


In my latest podcast (MP3), I conclude my serial reading of my novella Party Discipline, which I wrote while on a 35-city, 45-day tour for my novel Walkaway in 2017; Party Discipline is a story set in the world of Walkaway, about two high-school seniors w


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My annual Daddy-Daughter Xmas Podcast: interview with an 11-year-old


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Party Discipline, a Walkaway story (Part 3)


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Party Discipline, a Walkaway story (Part 2)


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Party Discipline, a Walkaway story (Part 1)


In my latest podcast (MP3), I’ve started a serial reading of my novella Party Discipline, which I wrote while on a 35-city, 45-day tour for my novel Walkaway in 2017; Party Discipline is a story set in the world of Walkaway, about two high-school se


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Talking with the Left Field podcast about Sidewalk Labs’s plan to build a surveilling “smart city” in Toronto


We’ve been closely following the plan by Google sister company Sidewalk Labs to build a surveilling “smart city” in Toronto; last week, I sat down with the Out of Left Field podcast (MP3) to discuss what’s going on with Sidewalk La


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