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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 21, 2016

Our friend Chris joined Jen a few years ago to record this review of the Elder Scrolls games for Treks In Sci Fi. If you’re not familiar with the Elder Scrolls series, it’s a high fantasy RPG that’s been going strong since 1994 and includes Arena, Daggerfall, Battlespire, Morrowind, Oblivion, and Skyrim. Check it...


Sep 25, 2016

SPOILERS! Learn why every scifi fan should experience this epic RPG adventure! My friend Chris and I recorded this episode a while back for Treks In SciFi. In it, we discussed the awesomeness that is Mass Effect! We talked about:

• The plots for each game
• Characters and races
• Missions and...


Jul 31, 2015

Visit the Show Notes for more! This is the second installment Anomaly's gaming series (check out "Classic 80s games we loved too). Jen and Angela talk about what they were up to as Gen Xers in the 90s. They share some fun personal stories, talk about discovering email for the first time, the music they loved, and games,...


Jun 20, 2015

In this episode of Anomaly, Angela and I get nostalgic about the classic games we loved as kids—from 80s video games, game systems and 80s arcade games to our favorite pop bands, we'll take you back to the time when the future was so bright we had to wear shades. It's the first in a new series we're starting...


Jan 1, 2015

Visit the show notes for fun photos, links, and gaming definitions. Did you know that gaming raid groups parallels reality when it comes to the attributes of people and the composition of your group of real-life friends? It does! Please keep this conversation going. Contribute by calling our voice mail line...