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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!

Nov 15, 2016

KC and Sue discuss the Jonathan Strange and Mr. Norrell, which happens to be one of KC’s favorite books and filmed adaptations. Visit anomalypodcast.com for show notes.


Jul 2, 2016

In this episode Jen and Angela are back to chat about the first novel in Robert Jordan's Wheel of Time series entitled: Eye of the World. Which WoT faction do you belong to?

They talked about the prequel novel: New Spring, in this episode: http://traffic.libsyn.com/anomaly/Anomaly_WoTNewSpringReRelease.mp3

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Jun 19, 2016

Happy Father's Day! In this episode from 2009, Angela and I discussed the prequel novel to The Wheel of Time called: New Spring. We also introduced listeners to the awesome world and characters of Robert Jordan. Angela's little one was sick and we weren't able to record this time but, we'll be back next time with the...


May 16, 2016

In this mid-May episode of Anomaly Supplemental, KC and Sue discuss their feelings about reading Every Anxious Wave, and they transition into the topic of not liking certain geek projects, guilt or lack of guilt, gatekeeping, etc.

 

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Feb 21, 2016

In this episode of Anomaly Supplemental, KC and Sue discuss Ursula K. Le Guin's groundbreaking 1969 novel The Left Hand of Darkness, winner of both the Hugo and Nebula Awards for Best Novel of the Year.

The Left Hand of Darkness is regularly cited in discussions of gender and sexuality in science-fiction, but also...