Hans Schantz joins host Declan Finn to discuss Social Justice in Science, and how it relates to his books ‘The Hidden Truth’ and ‘A Rembling Wreck’
Dr. Hans G. Schantz is a physicist, an inventor, and a co-founder and CTO of Q-Track Corporation, a supplier of indoor location systems. He wrote the science fiction thriller, The Hidden Truth, a textbook, The Art and Science of Ultrawideband Antennas, and a short history on The Biographies of John Charles Fremont. Hans will be launching A Rambling Wreck, the sequel to The Hidden Truth, at LibertyCon next weekend. Hans lives in Huntsville, Alabama with his wife, and two sets of twins.
This Sunday, the Whippersnappers will be discussing the relationships between schools and the arts, with the main focus on school reading lists. Do they hinder or help a child’s reading? What kinds of books are children being made to read today? What books should kids be reading?
We’ll have many different perspectives on this subject, including those of Orville and Juss Wright, who are still in high themselves! We have much to talk about, so come listen along and join the discussion!
Love is in the air! And in stories. The superversive crew will talk about adding spice, the seeds of sensuality, and lovey-dovey tales from around time. Featuring: L. Jagi Lamplighter Wright, April Freeman, Marina Fontaine and others.
Welcome to the launch party live stream for our new book Forbidden Thoughts! A rollicking collection of stories from science fictions master story tellers including John C. Wright, Nick Cole, Brad Torgersen, Sarah A. Hoyt and many others!
We have lots of guests who have included stories in this volume. Fingers crossed Milo can make it!
Jagi has also asked for suggestions for a list of Superversive stories to read! More details in the livestream but include suggestions in the comments below!
On this Superversive Round table we have Dave Truesdale, ejected from World Con for upsetting snow flakes and Dragon Award winnders John C. Wright, Nick Cole and Brian Niemeier as well as the usual group.
We will be chatting about the Hugos and the Dragon awards.
Is the Hugo dead? Has the Dragon buried it?
You can hear Dave’s incredibly offensive talk here