Tales from the Trunk



Friday May 15, 2020

For this month's episode, we're joined by Annalee Flower Horne (@LeeFlower). They read the first chapter of their trunked novel, Diamonds in the Sky, and we talk about Esperanto-speaking space-Quakers, source control management, representation, appropriation, mental health, and test-driven development.
A transcript of the episode, provided by D. H. Dunn, is available here.
Things we mention this episode:
"Seven Things Cadet Blanchard Learned from the Trade Summit Incident," by Annalee Flower Horne, The Magazine of Fantasy and Science Fiction, July/Aug 2014 issue
Mary Robinette Kowal 
Star Trek 
The Dazzle of Day, by Molly Goss
Quaker process 
Occupy Wall Street 
Mass Effect 2 
Civil Air Patrol 
Rejection Sensitive Dysphoria 
“Carborundorum > /dev/null,” by Annalee Flower Horne, Fireside Quarterly, July 2018
Test-driven development 
"The Great Divide," Avatar: the Last Airbender season 1, episode 11
Nineteen Eighty-Four, by George Orwell
Mary Sue 
Star Wars 
The MICE Quotient 
"it me, ur smol," by Merc Fenn Wolfmoor
it me, ur smol (Twitter bot)
The Bias 
Join us again on Friday, June 5th, for our Pride in Place special!

Friday May 01, 2020

Joining me live in studio for this month's Shelter in Place special is my spouse, Elizabeth! We revisit the original concept for this show with some excerpts from her story "Horse Story," and talk race-consciousness, pin-gays, and representation.
Join us again on Friday, May 15th, Annalee Flower Horne will be on the show!

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