Stephen and Marshall get serious talking about the Hugo short listed short stories in part one of our three part series. Today we cover “Open House on Haunted Hill” by John Wiswell and “Badass Moms in the Zombie Apocalypse” by Rae Carson.
We talk with Rick Harp, host of Media Indigena, about indigenous cultures, particularly those in the place now called Canada, the Hugo Awards, colonialism, The Walking Dead, and economic development of indigenous peoples the world over.
This podcast was recorded some time ago. We apologize if any of the information it contains is out-of-date.
In this episode we discuss the following materials. Please check them out, and support these amazing content(text) creators:
Media Indigena Round Table at mediaindigena.com
Metis In Space – an excellent podcast that is unapologetically indigenous, unabashedly female & unblinkingly nerdy.
Kim Tallbear – Native American DNA Tribal Belonging and the False Promise of Genetic Science.
Rebecca Roanhorse – Author ofTrial of Lightning and Your Authentic Ingenious Experience.
Cherie Dimaline – Author of The Marrow Thieves.
Clearing the Plains – James Daschuk
Indigenous Comiccon – An international collection of events