Critically acclaimed podcast focusing on Sword and Sorcery & Heroic Fantasy. Join us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/RoguesintheHouse Twitter: https://twitter.com/rogues_podcast
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The Rogues sit down to discuss S.M. Stirling's brand new Conan novel and dip into many asides about the Conan Board Game by Monolith.
The Rogues ruminate on 2022--the good, the bad, and the missed opportunities in sword and sorcery (and adjacent). They also look ahead to 2023, speculating and pontificating. Special note: if you're a tabletop gamer, you may want to listen closely.
Sean C.W Korsgaard (Assistant Editor and Media Relations) and Steve Diamond (author of Servants of War) join the Rogues to discuss Baen Books' exciting swords-and-sorcery plans.
I started listening a few days ago and I’ve already burned through about a dozen episodes. I was laughing out loud on my run while listening to special guest “Arnold” discuss Conan the Barbarian 1982. These guys are great fun. I hope they keep it up.
Best Arnold impression I've ever heard. Good bunch of nerds reviewing nerdy stuff. Check it out.
This podcast is my first choice for news and even background info on heroic fantasy, S&S, and other types of violent adventure stories.
As I lack the ever-glowing Tablet of Apple, my loving sorceress and mother of my brood, in her infinite generosity, has allowed me hers so that I may genuflect before the Rogues and sing their praises. more
Three knowledgeable Rogues cover the gamut of sword and sorcery, from literature to games, comics, movies, and more. Fluid and funny conversations among three distinct voices (literally and figuratively). I also love it when Arnold joins in from California.
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Rogues in the House launched 4 years ago and published 58 episodes to date. You can find more information about this podcast including rankings, audience demographics and engagement in our podcast database.
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