P. Djèlí Clark, Stephen Llano, and Alan Bond will join Gadi and Karen to discuss the challenges faced by the community when considering problematic authors and their works. This Saturday the 13th of March, at 3 PM Eastern time.
The EoW crew gets together on-screen to exchange book recommendations! This Saturday, February 27, at 3 PM US Eastern Time.
Professionals in election security and foreign interference will join Gadi, Karen, and Bryson Bort for a retrospective on the 2020 Presidential election from a cybersecurity and influence campaigns perspective, as well as discuss what those threats are evolving.
Ransomware gangs demand millions, from millions of victims. Then there are specialized negotiators that talk to them on behalf of organizations. In this episode, Gadi and Karen will host two such masters, Christoph Fischer and Moti Crystal, who will share their experience with incident response, negotiation, and communication with criminal organizations.
Co-hosting this Saturday (9 October) will be Alan Lightman, discussing with philosophers Rebecca Goldstein and Edward Hall what separates science from the humanities. Consider, what would it take to convince a scientist that a phenomenon was actually a miracle?
For an episode celebrating litRPG, a hugely successful genre ruled by indie authors, joining Gadi and Karen will be Shemer Kuznits, Avi Freedman, John Dodd, Avril Sabine, and Storm Petersen. This Saturday, December 12th, at 3 PM US Eastern time. From what makes litRPG tick and our favorite authors, to the weird tropes hidden within, we fully intend to geek out.
Joining Gadi and Karen will be Stephen Llano, Ryan Moon, and Carl Hertz, to discuss from a geeky perspective how modern discourse has shifted, and the challenges of conversation in these politically loaded times. This Saturday, 28 November, 2020.
Join us this Saturday (14 November) for a show on leadership, discussed by geeks. On the show will be Steve Kelner, Vincent Docherty, and Imri Goldberg, and of course Karen and Gadi.
Joining Gadi and Karen on Saturday (24 October) will be Julia Meitov Hersey to co-host a show all about SF&F in translation. We will also host a friendly translators’ battle in which four different translators will present their interpretation of the same passage by K.A. Teryna, and discuss their choices. Also on the show will be Rachel Cordasco, Jan Kotouĉ, Isabel Stainsby, Neil Clarke, Alex Shvartsman, Max Hrabrov, and Yasser Bahjatt.
Co-hosting this Saturday (10 October) will be Alan Lightman, discussing with philosophers Rebecca Goldstein and Edward Hall what separates science from the humanities. Consider, what would it take to convince a scientist that a phenomenon was actually a miracle?