Galactic Suburbia 92

gallifreyan-baby.american-apparel-baby-one-piece.white.w760h760In which we get the band back together again, just before we go on our summer holidays!

Culture Consumed:

Alisa: Doctor Who; The Fall; Orange is the New Black, Black Mirror Season 1

Tansy: Adventures in Space and Time; Cranford by Elizabeth Gaskell, Apex Issue 55

Alex: Snuff, Terry Pratchett; Thor: the Dark World; Tooth and Claw, Jo Walton

Pet subject: The Year in Review

Alisa: PhD, Conflux, Nancy Kress’ After the Fall, Before the Fall, During the Fall, Twelfth Planet Press (Trucksong, A Trifle Dead, Twelve Planets, Shirley Jackson/WFA), made a SF fan

Tansy: Hawkeye; The Almighty Johnsons; A Song of Ice & Fire; reading with Raeli (Edward Eager & Diana Wynne Jones); Doctor Who

Alex: Saga; Doctor Who; Naomi Novik’s Temeraire; re-reading; Lizzie Bennet Diaries.

This is our last episode of the year, because we’re going on a summer hiatus… but we will back in 2014!

Please send feedback to us at galacticsuburbia@gmail.com, follow us on Twitter at @galacticsuburbs, check out Galactic Suburbia Podcast on Facebook and don’t forget to leave a review on iTunes if you love us!

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3 responses

  1. Aishwarya G / freezedried | Reply

    Among other things, I love, love, love that onsie. <3

    1. Tansy finds the best pictures

  2. [Comment may be contain spoilers]

    Hi Alex,

    I listened to the first of the Temeraire books as an audio book based on your recommendation in GS 92…wow, I loved it so much.

    I wasn’t at all sure when I discovered what the theme is, but as I listened I was completely drawn in. There’s so much going on below the surface of “action/adventure” and (is it just me?) it began to feel subversive; the way the dragons seem to change the way their “handlers” think and behave…for example, I missed the exact point at which Lawrence starts to refer to Temeraire as “my dear”, instead it crept up on me, and when I did realise, it sort of flipped me out and changed the whole way I was thinking about the book. Awesome.

    Anyway, thanks for recommending it…

    And, Alistair Reynolds as well…my first: “House of Suns”……:-)

    Cheers

    Chris

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