RevCast: from RevolutionSF.com
Commentary, criticism and comedy about movies, TV and all corners of geeky genres and culture. A sci-fi convention in your pocket.
"A Genre Take on Xmas" was written and performed by Wendy Wheeler with performance help from the Slugtribe.

WENDY WHEELER is a fiction writer, screenwriter and writing teacher. Her short stories have appeared in theme anthologies and periodicals, such as Snow White Blood Red, Analog, Dead of Night, Gorezone, Silver Birch Blood Moon, Aboriginal SF; and one story has been selected for the Year's Best Fantasy & Horror (editors: Datlow/Windling). www.wendy-wheeler.com.

Additional participants in the performance included Frank Jaworski, Abby Goldsmith, Paige E. Roberts, Max Footroom, Marshall Ryan Marescu, Leigh Berggren, and Jennifer Evans.

Produced in Association with Space Squid.

Theme music is "Downtown (In The Cenozoic)" by Darkest of the Hillside Thickets courtesy of Divine Industries.
Direct download: RevCast_A_Genre_Xmas.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 5:13pm EDT

RevCast_Roundtable007 In this RevCast Roundtable discussion, our moderator, Deanna Toxopeus, shoots the breeze with David Farnell and Gary Mitchell. There's a discussion of the participants' week in nerdliness (including confusing Japanese students), geek newsblasts (more Potter movies?!?), and a serious debate about who or what is the greatest gift to Sci-Fi, Fantasy or Horror.  SPOILER: Deanna makes a fool of herself without anyone else's help.

Our theme music this episode is "Cultists On Board" by Darkest of the Hillside Thickets, courtesy of Divine Industries.

This episode produced by Deanna Toxopeus.
Direct download: RevCast_Roundtable007.mp3.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 2:33pm EDT

RevCast Fiction "3:06pm London, England" by Neil Carstairs "3:06pm, London, England" was written by Neil Carstairs. Neil Carstairs lives in Worcester, England, with his wife and two young children. He writes as the mood (and very occasionally the inspiration) takes him. His work has appeared most recently at Nanobison, Future Fire, and Space Squid amongst others. Links can be found at www.neilcarstairs.com.

This story previously published in Space Squid. Read by Matthew Bey.

Theme music is "Downtown (In The Cenozoic)" by Darkest of the Hillside Thickets courtesy of Divine Industries.
Direct download: RevCast_306pm_London_England.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:47pm EDT

RevCast Roundtable 006 In this RevCast Roundtable discussion, our moderator, Deanna Toxopeus, corrals Matt "KaosDevice" Cowger and David Farnell. There's a discussion of the participants' week in nerdliness, geek newsblasts, and a riveting discussion about the holiday movie season.

Our theme music this episode is "Cultists On Board" by Darkest of the Hillside Thickets, courtesy of Divine Industries.

This episode produced by Matthew Bey
Direct download: RevCast_Roundtable006.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:25pm EDT

RevCast Roundtable005 Pushing Daisies Remembered In this RevCast Roundtable discussion, our moderator, Deanna Toxopeus, corrals Matt "KaosDevice" Cowger and Matthew Bey. There's a discussion of the participants' week in nerdliness, geek newsblasts, and a riveting discussion about the cancellation of Pushing Daisies.

Our theme music this episode is "Cultists On Board" by Darkest of the Hillside Thickets, courtesy of Divine Industries.

This episode produced by Matthew Bey
Direct download: RevCast_Roundtable005.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 2:18am EDT

RevCast Roundtable004 In our fourth of an ever growing collection of Roundtables, our moderator Deanna Toxopeus talks turkey with David Farnell, Shane Ivey and Gary Mitchell.  Listen as they knock the stuffing out the worst that Sci-Fi, Fantasy and Horror have to offer.  They will also pardon those turkeys that you can't help but love.

Our theme music this episode, as ever, is "Cultists On Board" by Darkest of the Hillside Thickets, courtesy of Divine Industries.
Direct download: RevCast_Roundtable004.mp3.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 7:02am EDT

RevCast Fiction "Cookies Have No Souls" was written by Ryan C. Thomas. Previously published in Space Squid.

This episode read by Matthew Bey.

Theme music is "Downtown (In The Cenozoic)" by Darkest of the Hillside Thickets courtesy of Divine Industries.
Direct download: RevCast_Cookies_have_no_souls.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:51pm EDT

RevCast Special: Giving Thanks Featuring Shane Ivey, Joe Crowe and Mark Finn from RevolutionSF.com, now with really crappy sound quality! Mark endures Tales of the Gold Monkey. "It's like a train wreck with wild ostriches spilling from the caboose. I just can't stop watching it." Joe collects a piecemeal Fin Fan Foom toy. It's Thanksgiving in the U.S., and Shane is thankful for occasionally getting good science fiction TV despite the fact that it usually vanishes too soon. We propose a Science Fiction Bailout Fund to keep good science fiction on TV. Shane, Joe and Mark all give thanks for wives that put up with them. Joe brings us Live Action Fanfic Theater: "Twilight" Meets "Harry Potter." Everybody seriously freaking loves the new Star Trek movie trailer. We love it long time. What we want for Christmas. Pimping ourselves: - Clockwork Storybook (www.clockworkstorybook.net) - Arc Dream Publishing (www.arcdream.com) - The upcoming Assembled! Volume 2 (www.whiterocketbooks.com) This episode's music: "Operation Get the Hell Out of Here" by Darkest of the Hillside Thickets, courtesy of Divine Industries. Check them out at www.thickets.net.
Direct download: Revcast_004.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 4:40pm EDT

RevCast Fiction "The Trouble with Superman" by Chris Roberson "The Trouble with Superman" was written by Chris Roberson. Previously published in Space Squid #1

This episode read by Matthew Bey and produced by Steve Wilson.
Direct download: RevCast_TheTroubleWithS.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:53pm EDT

RevCast Roundtable003 In our third RevCast Roundtable discussion, our moderator and RevolutionSF honcho, Shane Ivey, corrals David Farnell and Mark Finn. There's a discussion of the participants' week in nerdliness, geek newsblasts, and a riveting discussion about the fall movie season.

Our theme music this episode is "Cultists On Board" by Darkest of the Hillside Thickets, courtesy of Divine Industries.

This episode produced by Matthew Bey
Direct download: RevCast_Roundtable003.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:07am EDT