My interview on WIRED.com's "Geek's Guide to the Galaxy" podcast

            

Wired.com's Geek's Guide to the Galaxy Podcast: Episode #176
Though it doesn't officially come out until tomorrow, my interview on the "Geek's Guide to the Galaxy" podcast is now live and available through iTunes and elsewhere.

I really enjoyed doing this interview. Host David Barr Kirtley asked great questions, and we chatted not just about the writing of The Accidental Terrorist, but also how charismatic religious leaders manage to get away with so much and why there are so many Mormon science fiction writers.

Dave does a heroic job with this podcast in general, and if you're not listening to it regularly, you should. In fact, you should listen to a few of the many great past episodes and then help support the show.

Listen below now!

GEEK'S GUIDE TO THE GALAXY: EPISODE #176


In other interview news, on Sunday morning I'll be chatting live with David Pacheco of the "Atheists Talk" show on Minneapolis-St. Paul's AM 950—the Progressive Voice of Minnesota. Please tune in or listen online!

Crossposted from Inhuman Swill
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What happens when an ambivalent young Mormon missionary is pushed to the limit in a challenge to prove his faith? Hint: the outcome is explosive. The Accidental Terrorist is the long-awaited memoir from Hugo and Nebula Award–nominated author William Shunn, based on his popular podcast. Available now from Sinister Regard!