China Miéville’s The City and The City Coming To Television

By JoshuaMacDougall on

BBC Two is set to adapt China Miéville’s The City & The City into a four-part series written by Tony Grisoni whose screen credits include Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas and The Young Pope (for all you Pope Zone fans). The series will star David Morrisey, best known in the United States as the Governor on The Walking Dead, as Inspector Tyador Borlú …

Yer a Wizard, Harry – Book 3, Episode 21: Hermione’s Secret

By Sarah Tompkins on

Great Scott! Fire up your Delorean, hop in that TARDIS, or find a hot tub, because we are about to take a very linear path back to…just a few hours ago, apparently.  This week, we uncover Hermione’s Secret (and no, it’s not an elaborate fantasy involving Dean Thomas, a Quick Quotes Quill, and the Forbidden Forest), …

Yer a Wizard, Harry – Book 3, Episode 20: The Dementor’s Kiss

By Bijaya Shrestha on

♫ It’s just a Dementor’s kiss, ♫ ♫ Not like I faint every time we touch. ♫ This week, the Dementors fall in love and try to smooch people.  Also, the trio discuss their love/hate relationship with the Prisoner of Azkaban movie! Are Sarah and Bijaya still fighting to beat Michael for the Quizzich Cup or have …

Review: 13 Reasons Why

By Michaela Ray on

Hannah Baker is a girl who has a high school experience that many other women can really relate to. [Sorry, *was*]. Hannah Baker killed herself and death isn’t going to stop her from telling her side of the story. Don’t worry, I haven’t spoiled anything for you. This is where the series begins. We jump …

Yer a Wizard, Harry – Book 3, Episode 19: The Servant of Lord Voldemort

By Sarah Tompkins on

A long time ago, in a Wizarding School far, far in…the norths of Scotland(?), the heroes of our podcast joined together to bravely take on an entire world of magic – the Grim, the evil Dark Lord…and also some kind of gross jellybeans? This week, we consider removing all T’s from our vocabulary, try to …

GeeklyGuide to Authors – Scott Lynch

By JoshuaMacDougall on

Scott Lynch, previously dishwasher, busboy, waiter, web designer, office manager, prep cook, freelance writer, and volunteer firefighter, is the author of the Gentleman Bastard Sequence series of books and a volunteer firefighter. The author, hailing from St. Paul, Minnesota, currently resides in Massachusetts with his wife and fellow author, Elizabeth Bear. Lynch, dubbing himself a …