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npr's science friday
I appear semi-regularly on Science Friday to discuss recent news, books, and more. (Listen)
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I host this Hugo-nominated biweekly podcast with Charlie Jane Anders, where we explore the meaning of science fiction, and its relevance to real-life science and civilization. Find it on Libsyn, Stitcher, and iTunes.
I have hosted two season of Decrypted, Ars Technica's podcast devoted to the television that we're obsessed with. You can listen or subscribe via Stitcher.
Decrypted: American Gods. A weekly podcast where an invited guest joins me to discuss different aspects of this Starz series based on Neil Gaiman's famous novel. Guests include critic/comic book writer Evan Narcisse, fantasy author Amal El Mohtar, and Old Norse scholar Jackson Crawford. (Listen)
Decrypted: Westworld. A weekly podcast with invited guests, including defense tech expert Peter Singer, game designer/author Jane McGonigal, Westworld writer Charles Yu, and scifi/fantasy author Charlie Jane Anders. (Listen)
various older radio and podcast bits
I talked about human/robot relationships on Imaginary Worlds. (Listen)
My ideas were woven into another astonishing episode of Rose Eveleth's Flash Forward, called "Piraceuticals." (Listen)
I had a fascinating conversation with Vice Radio about themes in Autonomous, including consent and slavery. (Listen)
I had a blast talking about my novel Autonomous on the book podcast Sword & Laser. (Listen)
I talked about whether AI will replace human writers on Word of Mouth from New Hampshire Public Radio. (Listen)
I was a guest on Marketplace Tech, discussing the massive rise in searches on the term "Reichstag Fire" on Google. (Listen)
I talked about joining an archaeological dig at a lost medieval city outside St. Louis called Cahokia, on NHPR's Word of Mouth (Listen)
I talked to NPR's On the Media to talk about breaking the Ashley Madison bot story. (Listen)
I told a story about dealing with my father's death by visiting a Neolithic city at Story Collider. (Listen)