Tag Archives: Post Apocalyptic

12Nov/21

Rem Wigmore

November 12, 2021

It gives us great pleasure to welcome Rem Wigmore as the guest on Season 6, Episode 45 – Queer As Hell!

Rem Wigmore joins us to share their solarpunk, hopepunk, future fantasy-scifi novel Foxhunt! We delve into a discussion of subgenres that have come from climate change fiction and satisfying romantic arcs.

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Rem Wigmore is a speculative fiction writer based in Wellington, New Zealand, and author of the queer solarpunk novel Foxhunt. Their previous works include the 2020 novella Riverwitch and their first novel The Wind City (2013). Their short fiction appears in several places including the Capricious Gender Diverse Pronouns Issue, Baffling Magazine, and the second Year’s Best Aotearoa New Zealand Science Fiction & Fantasy anthology. Rem’s probably a changeling, but you’re stuck with them now. The coffee here is just too good.

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30Aug/19
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Alex DiFrancesco

August 30, 2019


It gives us great pleasure to welcome Alex DiFrancesco as the guest on Episode 231 – Graphically and Vividly!

Alex DiFrancesco joins us to discuss their new novel, All City, and the effects of climate change and gentrification in post-apocalyptic community building!

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Alex DiFrancesco is a writer of fiction, creative nonfiction, and journalism who has published work in Tin House, The Washington Post, Pacific Standard, Vol. 1 Brooklyn, Brevity and more. Their essay collection Psychopomps (Civil Coping Mechanisms Press) and their novel All City (Seven Stories Press), were published in 2019. Publishers Weekly has called them “an immediate, compassionate voice.” Their storytelling has been featured at The Fringe Festival, Life of the Law, The Queens Book Festival, and The Heart podcast. DiFrancesco is currently an MFA candidate at Cleveland State University.

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