Welcome to the first episode of the new series of Strange Horizons podcasts! Our first foray into podcasting, earlier this year, was really more of a trial run. We may still be working out some of the kinks in the process, but we're back, and ready to have some fun.
The first episode of this new series (presented here in two parts) is a conversation with author Benjamin Rosenbaum. Ben has had fiction published in venues ranging from Fantasy and Science Fiction to Harper's, as well as right here at Strange Horizons, and his story "The House Beyond Your Sky" is a nominee for the Hugo Award this year. Ben spoke with Strange Horizons editor Susan Marie Groppi about a range of topics, including Creative Commons licensing, life in Switzerland, and of course his writing and other creative work.
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Direct links to the interview: Part One and Part Two.
Related Links and Resources for This Podcast Episode
More about Benjamin Rosenbaum
- Ben's website, including a complete bibliography and links to his writing.
- The Anthroptic Project.
- Information on his short story collection, coming out in 2008 from Small Beer Press.
- Other Cities, A Chapbook.
Benjamin Rosenbaum's writing at Strange Horizons
- "The House Beyond Your Sky," fiction, published in September 2006.
- "The Book of Jashar," fiction, published in March 2003.
- "A Conversation Between Writers: Benjamin Rosenbaum and Aimee Bender," article, published in March 2003.
- "Other Cities," fiction series, published between September 2001 and September 2002.
- "A Gardener Betrayed By Roses," poetry, published in April 2001.
Other Things Mentioned in the Podcast
- The Present Group.
- Creative Commons.
- Escape Pod.
- Beam Me Up.
- Regender: A different kind of translator.
- Stars In My Pocket Like Grains of Sand, by Samuel Delaney.
- The Dazzle of Day, by Molly Gloss.
- Foucault's Pendulum, by Umberto Eco.