Sci-Fi Book Club
Sci-Fi Book Club Podcast #15: Squirms

Sci-Fi Book Club Podcast #15: Squirms

May 19, 2016

Sci-Fi Book Club Podcast #15: Squirms

In which the Sci-Fi Book Club reads Oryx and Crake by Margaret Atwood, 2003. Brent and Jon are taken by surprise when a contest winner shows up on the pod, hosts The Most Valuable Genetic Animal Mutation Being segment, and generally makes herself at home.

Sci-Fi Book Club Podcast #14: The Good Smith

Sci-Fi Book Club Podcast #14: The Good Smith

April 14, 2016

Sci-Fi Book Club Podcast #14: The Good Smith

In which the Sci-Fi Book Club watches I, Robot directed by Alex Proyas, 2004 and Ender's Game directed by Gavin Hood, 2013. When Adam entangles with another Lip Portal, we spend the episode getting to know Z, noted author of best-selling classics including Robot God, Where Are You? How Can I Find You? You Exist In My Room And In My Heart. Period.

Sci-Fi Book Club Podcast #13: The Slime Thickens

Sci-Fi Book Club Podcast #13: The Slime Thickens

February 12, 2016

Sci-Fi Book Club Podcast #13: The Slime Thickens

In which the Sci-Fi Book Club reads Ender's Game by Orson Scott Card, 1985. Brent, Jon, and Adam join Mr. Andrew Wiggler and Officer Paul Quiglax in the Search for The Wiggler! It's compelling!

Sci-Fi Book Club Podcast #12: No. 1, No. 2, and No. 3

Sci-Fi Book Club Podcast #12: No. 1, No. 2, and No. 3

February 2, 2016

Sci-Fi Book Club Podcast #12: No. 1, No. 2, and No. 3

In which the Sci-Fi Book Club reads I, Robot by Isaac Asimov, 1950. A new friend(s) takes a break from running a marathon to visit the pod; and in a bonus episode of the SFBCPC Sexy After Dark Christmas Special Podcast, the origin story of the SFBCPC begins with a little baby and a host of holographic projections.

Sci-Fi Book Club Podcast #11: With Regards to Time Travel

Sci-Fi Book Club Podcast #11: With Regards to Time Travel

January 18, 2016

In which the Sci-Fi Book Club reads The Restaurant at the End of the Universe by Douglas Adams, 1980. Jon gives the definitive answer to Brent's germane question, "What's the difference between ghosts and angels, with regards to time travel?" #sevenwormsforDyson

Sci-Fi Book Club Podcast #10: Sandworms Riding Sandworms

Sci-Fi Book Club Podcast #10: Sandworms Riding Sandworms

January 14, 2016

In which the Sci-Fi Book Club reads Dune Messiah by Frank Herbert, 1969. Jon's Holographic Projection Virus is back, but don't worry, it clears up around minute 29. It's the most musical episode yet; Dyson asks questions; and we get a Space Oscar!

Sci-Fi Book Club Podcast #9: Karellen’s Sweet Tea

Sci-Fi Book Club Podcast #9: Karellen’s Sweet Tea

December 31, 2015

In which the Sci-Fi Book Club reads Childhood's End by Arthur C. Clarke, 1953. "Swayze take the wheel" of this episode with role-playing, space viruses, and good raps. Brought to you by Karallen's Sweet Tea.

Sci-Fi Book Club Podcast #8: Let’s Do A Science Experiment

Sci-Fi Book Club Podcast #8: Let’s Do A Science Experiment

June 9, 2015

In which the Sci-Fi Book Club reads The Three-Body Problem by Cixin Liu, 2006, and translated by Ken Liu, 2014. Things get science-y on the pod with Dyson back, with no less than three science experiments, not to mention Dyson's Karaoke Corner, all the favorite segments, and lots of sound effects.

Sci-Fi Book Club Podcast #7: Lip Portal

Sci-Fi Book Club Podcast #7: Lip Portal

May 31, 2015

Sci-Fi Book Club Podcast#7: Lip Portal

In which the Sci-Fi Book Club reads The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams. A familiar visitor comes back to visit the pod, lots of audio-booking, and the worst raps yet.

Sci-Fi Book Club Podcast #6: Herb and Lyn

Sci-Fi Book Club Podcast #6: Herb and Lyn

March 8, 2015

Sci-Fi Book Club Podcast Episode #6: Herb and Lyn

In which the Sci-Fi Book Club watches Dune directed by David Lynch and Jodorosky's Dune directed by Frank Povich. When two guests visit the pod, it immediately becomes the Dune of episodes: long, dense, and convoluted. Topics include Sting, dude stuff, God talk, and narrative structures.

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