Welcome to the January 2012 edition of Broadly Speaking. According to the Mayan Calender, this year is the year that we run out of time. (Or, more probably, a new cycle begins quite uneventfully.) But if we can’t go Back to the Future in our own version of The Time Machine, we can at least talk about it.
Join your host, Tracy S. Morris, for a timely discussion about the adventures of women writing science fiction, fantasy, horror — and everything in between.
Up first, Tracy and Melanie Fletcher discuss the rules that one must decide on before writing about time travel.
Then, listen to a round-table discussion on the various conflicts that are inherent in time travel fiction with Pauline Baird Jones, author of Steamrolled, Kathryn Sullivan, author of Talking to Trees, S.A. Bolich, author of Firedancer and Lynda Williams, author of the Okal Rei Saga.
We hope that you can make time to listen to this podcast. If not, save it in your player for sometime when you have time on your hands.