Jake and Ron are two Gen X friends who discuss fantasy, horror and science-fiction books, movies and streaming shows with their unique insight and quirky sense of humor. They also interview amazing authors such as New York Times bestseller and 5 time Bram Stoker Award winner Jonathan Maberry, New York Times bestseller and Bram Stoker Award winner Grady Hendrix, New York Times bestseller Jason Pargin, JS Dewes, Sylvain Neuvel, Edward Ashton, Juliette Wade and many more! Subscribe and join the hundreds of other listeners from around the world. Jake and Ron have known each other since their college days in Boston. Jake is a lifelong fantasy, horror, and science-fiction fan and has an extensive background working in independent bookstores and publishing in the Boston area. Ron grew up loving comic books, Star Trek, Star Wars and RPG. He is currently a project manager in technology in the Seattle area. Both are big fans of Dune and Twin Peaks. Subscribe on all major podcast platforms. Twitt... more
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J.S. Dewes makes her 4th guest appearance on the Wrath of the iOtians podcast! Jake and Ron chat with Jenny about her latest novel, Rubicon, published by Tor Books. Jenny compares and contrasts the writing process of Rubicon vs. The Divide Series (Th... more
Jake and Ron welcome back to the podcast Edward Ashton, author of the just-released Antimatter Blues, which is a sequel to Mickey 7 and published by St. Martins Press. As most of you already know, Mickey 7 is being developed into a movie directed by ... more
The Emerald City Comic Con in Seattle was on March 2-5 ! Once again Ron received a press pass and was able check out the events in the new Seattle Convention Center Summit Building. Since it is a brand new building it was finally great to have all ev... more
I started to become a fan of sci fi just listening to to Jake and Ron! They have great chemistry not just with each other but with their author interviews. The topics are also well curated!
As a nerd myself, I love this podcast. The hosts do an excellent job covering a huge array of topics. I started with the episode on UFOs and quickly subscribed. Keep up the good work!
A must have app. for literature fans.
If you ever wondered what your nerdy older brother and his nerdy friends talk about in the sustainable coffee shop, then this podcast is most definitely for you. Take a deep dive into science fiction, sorcery, and scary stuff, courtesy of two college friends who know more about Wendigos than most people know about anything. Always entertaining and informative, Wrath of the Iotians (or WOTI, among super fans) is THE PODCAST for anyone who’s a fan of sci-fi, fantasy, and horror, or who just wants ... more
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The Wrath of the iOtians launched 2 years ago and published 65 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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