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Swords, Sorcery, and Socialism

Asha & Ketho

An exploration of the politics and themes hiding inside our genre fiction.

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In the 2nd part of our conversation about Cyberpunk 2077 we are rejoined by Roberto to talk The Soul of Theseus, morality, and sexism in the player community. Spoilers for every possible ending to the game (along with which one makes you a good perso... more

a month ago

We have brain worms we need to exorcise, and so weve invited our friend Roberto on to talk about the video game Cyberpunk 2077. Made by CD PROJEKT RED and set in the universe created by Mike Pondsmith, this game is a masterful blend of politics, them... more

a month ago

What if the kid from Hatchet went to the post apocalypse future instead of Canada? Thats what were here to discuss in Gary Paulsens "The Transall Saga". We talk slavery, YA romance, and the worlds fastest language learner. One of Ashas favorite child... more

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4.2 out of 5 stars from 36 ratings
  • Terrible

    Bad, incomprehensible babble

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 months ago
  • Fathom the hypocrisy…

    Of a show (I listened to the show 12/26/2022) that discusses books, lamenting capitalism while at the same time pimping their patreon so their subs can voluntarily donate money on a tech platform that would never existed were it not for capitalistic incentives. Icing on the cake is when they called Michael Crichton a racist because he might be a libertarian.

    Apple Podcasts
    United States5 months ago
  • Amazing

    I absolutely love these guys and the work they do in explaining our Genre Fiction for those who sometimes want to see the messages inside or may have missed it. I look forward to each and every episode!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 years ago
  • Books R Good!

    Great, funny, thoughtful journey through speculative fiction with an eye toward ideology and how ideas are treated in our favorite works. Darius and Ketho are lovable and they consistently have great guests on - absolute must-listen!

    Apple Podcasts
    United States2 years ago

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