Do you love me? Do you really love me? Well, that’s good, because I’m going to be all over the place in the next couple of weeks.
Tonight, for example, I will be on the inimitable radio show Hour of the Wolf, hosted by the equally inimitable Jim Freund. You can either tune in, if you happen to be up between 1:30 and 3:00 in the (Thursday) morning EST; it’ll be on WBAI 99.5 FM in the New York area, or streamed live online. Or if you prefer your beauty rest, you can listen to a recording of the ep from the WBAI website later.
What?! You’ve never heard of Hour of the Wolf and you don’t know what it is?! Why, it’s only the greatest science fiction/fantasy radio show evar. To explain:
Over the years, producer and host Jim Freund has presented many of the world’s greatest science fiction, fantasy and horror writers in live interviews, readings and listener calls. Through the decades, guests have included Douglas Adams, Isaac Asimov, Ray Bradbury, Octavia Butler, Samuel R. Delany, Harlan Ellison, Frank Herbert, Dr. Michio Kaku, Ursula K. LeGuin, Barry N. Malzberg, Frederik Pohl, Gene Roddenberry, Theodore Sturgeon, Kurt Vonnegut, Jr., Connie Willis, Roger Zelazny, and hundreds more.
I’m always honored to be counted among that bunch when I go on this show. Tune in!
Also, I’m going to be guest-hosting the Borders sci-fi/fantasy books blog, Babel Clash, for the next week and a half (’til December 20th). And my co-host will be fellow Orbit author Gail Carriger, of The Parasol Protectorate fame! BTW, if you haven’t yet picked up those books, something’s wrong with you, because I just can’t see how anybody wouldn’t love Victorian steampunk with werewolf secret agents, vampire society mavens, romance, and parasols as a deadly weapon. I mean, really. Go read it.
I’ll still be blogging here, note; just a little less. So see you ’round!