I thoroughly enjoyed talking with the two wonderful individuals who make up the writing name Calder Szewczak. Natasha Calder and Emma Szewczak were wonderful guests and it became clear very early on that they truly love and respect each other. Their combined efforts to create their setting, worldbuilding, and character shined through quickly as well. I think you'll enjoy the episode.
Like in previous episodes where I talked about faith, I'll add a quick disclaimer here that we delve fairly deep into climate change, climate fiction, and other related themes. It may not be your cup of tea depending, but I think you'll see that the conversation flows smoothly and is authentic and honest. Really, as a show host, that's what I always want the most.
Learn more about the UN Climate Change Conference HERE. In addition, Strange Horizons has a great review of the book.
You can learn more about Natasha's work at her website HERE. Emma's Twitter feed is HERE. You can also catch up with their joint Twitter feed HERE.
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