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This week, Sharifah talks about gloomy SFF for gloomy days. more
Sharifah and Jenn talk a little bit of news (that Avatar: The Last Airbender teaser!!), and then give recommendations for a listener question and general holiday gifting. more
This week, Jenn recommends two speculative fiction books she's read and loved this year. more
I’ll be in my office in about a half a minute or something I’ll call when I can go home tomorrow if you want me home I’ll
The first time you have a good day I think you’re a great friend to have and you have the right attitude to do things you want and I
Since it’s a Book Riot podcast I really wanted it to talk about sci fi fantasy books. I ended up being really annoyed with the hosts’ reviews mainly consisting of basically hey, I’ve heard of this book but didn’t actually read it ha ha not really into reading right now. Okay….
Just started listening, and I profess to skipping over conversation that isn't about the books sometimes. But the book discussion/ reviews are wonderful depcitions of the narrative and details about how the book reads that is compelling. I think the content warnings are great because it prepares people for what elements of the books that may be hard, or even if its just something they have to not buy because they can't handle those elements. I'd much rather get that piece from the reviewer than ... more
Podcast is fine, but the hosts are a bit tryhard. For example, they recently gave a trigger warning for classism. For a book about a princess.
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SFF Yeah! launched 7 years ago and published 287 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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