Here’s the archive of my appearance on the Pagan-Musings Podcast. It’s very off-the-cuff! This is probably is the closest to how I am IRL that I’ve heard on a podcast because I was so relaxed. Enjoy!
Author Diane Morrison, aka Sable Aradia, returns to the show to talk fiction and nonfiction. She’s been hard at work creating new stories in her Wyrd West Chronicles, and now she’s come full circle to creating new material for the Pagan world. Between writing steampunk (cattlepunk), podcasting, and working on her newest Pagan focused projects, Diane has been working with other authors to produce some of the best sci-fi/fantasy out there from the Indie World of Books. Tune in and learn more about her latest projects, both fiction and nonfiction! On the Horizon anthology. The Toy Soldier Saga. Her music. Sit for a Spell on YouTube. Science Fiction & Fantasy Writers of America on YouTube.
Source: PMP: Diane Morrison – the fiction and nonfiction of a Canadian Pagan 05/21 by Pagan Musings Podcast Channel | Spirituality Podcasts
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Non-Stop by Brian W. Aldiss My rating: 4 of 5 stars Read for the SF Masterworks Reading Challenge and the Science Fiction Masterworks Book Club. This was an extremely interesting book. A generation ship suffers a major plague, and the resulting society changes, to the point where the descendants of the original crew lack the […]
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When you hear the phrase “space war”, it is easy to conjure images that could have come from a Star Wars movie: dogfights in space, motherships blasting into warp speed, planet-killing lasers and astronauts with ray guns. And just as easy to then dismiss the whole thing as nonsense. It’s why last month’s call by President Trump […]
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By Robbie Gonzales HALF A CENTURY ago, astronomers observed their first pulsar: a dead, distant, ludicrously dense star that emitted pulses of radiation with remarkable regularity. So consistent was the object’s signal that astronomers jokingly nicknamed it LGM-1, short for “little green men.” It wasn’t long before scientists detected more signals like LGM-1. That decreased the […]
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By Matt Williams It would be no exaggeration to say that we live in an age of renewed space exploration. In particular, the Moon has become the focal point of increasing attention in recent years. In addition to President Trump’s recent directive to NASA to return to the Moon, many other space agencies and private aerospace […]
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One of my favourite authors, and personal heroines, died on Monday. I am grieving, as I’m sure many of her fans are, and I’d like to send out my deepest condolences to her friends and family. The world has lost a great light. But what is remembered, lives, so here’s a tribute I put together […]
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By Karen Jensen
On posts, in tweets, and in my mailbox, one of the questions we – TLT – get asked a lot is “What about the conservatives?” Because we post regularly about GLBTQAI+ literature, talk about advocacy, etc., some are left with the impression that we do not care about meeting the needs of the more conservative parts of our population, which is in no way true. This question came up multiple times regarding my recent series of posts on doing a collection diversity audit.
Read the full article at Teen Librarian Toolbox.
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