The Skiffy and Fanty Show

The Skiffy and Fanty Show 4x Hugo Finalist podcast covering a wide range of science fiction, fantasy, and horror content from interviews and genre discussions to movie reviews and a monthly *bad* movie review (for the lolz). The show is also a 3x finalist for the Hugo Award for Best Fancast. Not too shabby, eh? If you want to find out more about us and our other shows, go to skiffyandfanty.com!

https://skiffyandfanty.com

Eine durchschnittliche Folge dieses Podcasts dauert 59m. Bisher sind 214 Folge(n) erschienen. Dieser Podcast erscheint wöchentlich.

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Reading Rangers #10: Komarr by Lois McMaster Bujold


Hello, Rangers! We’re back with everyone’s favorite Space Nancy Drew in Komarr! This time Stina, Paul, and Trish sit around the campfire to talk about women’s agency, budding relationships, whether or not Miles is “dad” material,


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 April 23, 2019  46m
 
 

Speculative Fiction in Translation #13: Spanish Sherlock Holmes


March brings us Indonesian sci-fi about intergalactic love, Portuguese fantasy about a family’s terrible secrets, Italian sci-fi about what it means to be human, a story from the “Lost Files” of Sherlock Holmes, and much more.


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 April 19, 2019  54m
 
 

At the Movies #75: Captain Marvel (2019)


Goose, goose, and GOOSE, oh my! Look, I’m not going to lie and tell you this is an entire podcast dedicated to the glory that is Goose, but… we really like Goose, OK?! Jen, Daniel, Alex, and Paul sit down for a rousing good chat about how much fun Capt...


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 April 15, 2019  1h10m
 
 

Screen Scouts #18: Babylon 5 (Season 3; Episodes 5-8)


The First Ones, dusty telepaths, and G’Quan’s glory, oh my! The Babylon 5 re-watch of Season 3 continues! Shaun, Mike, and Paul tackle episodes 5 through 8. They talk about the introduction of the First Ones,


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 April 12, 2019  52m
 
 

Episode 5. Into the Wardrobe with Bedknobs and Broomsticks (1971; dir. Robert Stevenson): The Age of Not Believing and the Problem of Empire


In this episode of Into the Wardrobe, Shaun and Jen talk about the utterly delightful, but definitely problematic, 1971 Disney production, Bedknobs and Broomsticks, directed by Robert Stevenson and featuring a heavy production overlap with Mary Poppins...


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 April 11, 2019  1h9m
 
 

359. Charlie Jane Anders (Hostess with the Mostest) – The City in the Middle of the Night


Cool suits, touch telepathy, and tidally locked planets, oh my! We didn’t know it at the time of our interview, but Paul and Elizabeth sit down with one of our official Hugo Fancast nemeses, Charlie Jane Anders, to talk about her new book,


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 April 9, 2019  47m
 
 

Righteous Kicks #2 – Kamen Rider Drive, Episodes 1-16


Welcome to Righteous Kicks — the podcast where two science fiction writers geek out about men in spandex bodysuits who kick evildoers to death in abandoned quarries until they explode! This month, Iori and Brandon talk about the first sixteen episodes ...


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 March 31, 2019  1h23m
 
 

Reading Rangers: Shorts #4 – A Larger Reality: Speculative Fiction from the Bicultural Margins / Una realidad más amplia: Historias desde la periferia bicultural


Rangers Trish, Brandon, and Daniel are back after their long break to tackle an anthology that is near and dear to our hearts. To be fair, our very own Julia Rios is part of it. Plus, we’re big fans of John Picacio and his MexicanX Initiative,


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 March 28, 2019  1h5m
 
 

Torture Cinema #88: Super Inframan (1975)


Superman 4, motorcycle gangs, and *eye twitch* tentacle monsters, oh my! This episode exists thanks to the hardwork and determination of our lovely patron, Joseph. Thank you, Joseph, for repeatedly insisting that we watch the 1975 film,


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 March 25, 2019  57m
 
 

Speculative Fiction in Translation #12: Fantasy, Collections, and Korean SFT


February offered us more short fiction than anything else, though we did get the absolutely wonderful anthology of Chinese SFT edited and translated by Ken Liu: Broken Stars. In terms of the short fiction, fantasy dominated,


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 March 22, 2019  1h6m