[A note: the content warnings at the beginning also apply to the episode as a whole. We talk about a lot of it in depth in a way that might be uncomfortable for some listeners. This episode is probably even less appropriate for younger children than normal due to that.]
We're back having read An Unkindness of Ghosts by Rivers Solomon (https://amzn.to/2OMpWie), and here to talk about it in depth!
We have a pretty far-ranging conversation about the ideas in the book, from how to be a friend and ally, to when violent revolution is necessary, to discussing the large social structures of the ship & the real world. We don't disagree about much, but we manage to argue a lot anyway! And towards the end we get to answering some of the existential questions we asked of ourselves in the post-read.
Stick around for the end to hear about what we're doing in December & early 2020 as well.
Other works mentioned:
* Leviathan by Thomas Hobbes
* Children of Time by Adrian Tchaikovsky (episodes)
* Semiosis by Sue Burke (episodes)
* Dark Eden by Chris Beckett (episodes)
* Ballad of Black Tom by Victor LaValle (episodes)
* Underground Railroad by Colson Whitehead
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