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The Anomaly Podcast is one of the first, and longest-running, women-hosted sci-fi/fantasy shows in the world. It was started in 2007 by Jen and Angela, best friends who would be talking about geeky things even if they didn't have an audience. They love deep dives into genre fiction topics, but they always keep things light-hearted and fun. You'll enjoy hearing chats on popular fiction as well as the obscure stuff, you thought no one else but you loved. Become an Anomaly! Subscribe to the show now and never miss an episode!

Dec 28, 2012

In this edition of Anomaly Supplemental, Kasey and Jen interview author Chris-Rachael Oseland. Chris-Rachael penned a number of books including Steamdrunks: 101 Steampunk Cocktails and Mixed Drinks and Dining with the Doctor: The Unauthorized Whovian Cookbook. It's not too late to pick them up for your New Years...


Dec 24, 2012

In this holiday episode, KC and Sue discuss Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol" in its many incarnations, from the original novella to the Muppets.  We discuss the historical context of the work, why it's still so popular, how it influenced what we now think of as the "traditional" Christmas celebration, casting...


Nov 12, 2012

 

In this special video edition of Anomaly, Jen and Angela talk about their experience at Austin Comic Con 2012. This commentary episode includes video footage and photos taken of the hosts, fellow con-goers and actors. If you're listening via Stitcher Smart Radio, you will only hear the commentary. You can stream...


Oct 27, 2012

Jen, Kasey and Angela are at Austin Comic Con, 'womanning' their podcast booth in the Fan Group's section (table 2602). Last night, they were able to see "The Women of Star Trek" panel, featuring Gates McFadden and Marina Sirtis. This episode includes a brief overview by the co-hosts and then jumps into the Q & A...


Oct 19, 2012

***SPOILER ALERT***

Michele, KC, and Sue talk about "The Power of Three" and "The Angels Take Manhattan", episodes 4 and 5 of Doctor Who's Series 7.  We discuss these two episodes as well as the Ponds, River Song, and our hopes and predictions for the second half of the season.