Friday, February 26, 2010

Episode 29

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In this 29th episode of Through the Aftermath, Shawnathon talks about the S.M. Stirling book Dies the Fire -- the first in the Emberverse (or "Change") series of post-apoc novels.

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Theme music is The Fourth Tribe by Michael Gordon Shapiro. Used with permission.


  1. Wanted to throw in my two cents without monopolizing the email time again.

    If you like the idea of The Change, and you don't mind a little fantasy mixed in with your post-apocalypses, then you need to check out Ariel from 1984, and it's sequel, Elegy Beach, from last year. The universe in both is one in which electricity, gunpowder, machines, etc have stopped working, but with the addition magic and magical creatures returning to the world.

    Here are BoinBoing's Cory Doctorow's thoughts on Ariel,, and my review of Elegy Beach,

    ps You keep mentioning show notes. Where are they?

  2. Just checked the blog and noticed that it's March 18 and the episode from February 29 still didn't arrive in the RSS feed. Episode 28 arrived at March 1, though... Could you check that, please? (Just fixing is ok, too.)

  3. this episode isn't available on iTunes. I had to check back here to discover you had a new one !

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