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Non-Euclidean Æthercast #33 – International Hug A Shoggoth Day! Please Share!

| 7. Oktober 2015

Today is International Hug A Shoggoth Day! Why today? Well, I explain all this in the podcast. The International Hug A Shoggoth Day is for clearing up some of the misconceptions people still have about these titanic beings. These misconceptions are based mainly on their horrid form (horrid from our point of view) and the […]

Non-Euclidean Æthercast #32 – A very Cyberpunk interview with Matthew de Abaitua

| 31. August 2015

Today’s podcast follows the happy and unfortunately long neglected line of posts on this blog dealing with the publications of the Angry Robot Books. I have the pleasure of welcoming Matthew de Abaitua as my interview partner today, whose cyberpunk novel If Then will be published by Angry Robot Books on September 3rd. Please enjoy […]

Non-Euclidean Æthercast #31 – German Steampunk, I say!

| 1. Juni 2015

After more than five years I can finally say  the Steampunks in Germany have gotten their gears together and are moving things. The last 12 months have seen a lot of events and other things going on. The German scene is becoming ever more active and also reaching out into the Steampunk world at large. […]

Non-Euclidean Æthercast #30 – Interview with Pip Ballantine and Tee Morris

| 15. März 2015

It is the 30th episode of the Non-Euclidean Æthercast, and what an episode it is! The renowned Steampunk and Fantasy authors Pip Ballantine and Tee Morris were kind enough to allow me to interview them concerning their upcoming fourth installment of the Ministry of Peculiar Occurrences series, The Diamond Conspiracy.   Subscribe on iTunes And […]

Non-Euclidean Æthercast #29 – #SteampunkHands 2015

| 12. Februar 2015

The 29th episode of the Non-Euclidean Æthercast is all about the second instalment of Airship Ambassador’s wonderful initiative Steampunk Hands around the World. This year’s topic is Steampunk: Our Playground, Our Classroom, Our Workshop and I have given my own 2 cents worth of thought to the matter. It turned into a bit of a […]

Non-Euclidean Æthercast 28a – Sumerian Music – The Interview

| 23. Januar 2015

Today’s episode of the Non-Euclidean is a follow-up to episode 28, I was lucky enough to be able to interview Stef Conner of The Lyre Project for this podcast. We talk about the album The Flood (recorded with ancient instruments and using Babylonian and Sumerian lyrics), generally nerd-out about ancient languages and have a fun […]

Non-Euclidean Æthercast #28 – Deep Time and Time Travel

| 25. Dezember 2014

Yes, I managed! I was afraid I would not be able to complete another episode of the Non-Euclidean Æthercast before the year was up, luckily, I did! Today’s episode concerns itself with deep time, the resurrection of ancient cultures and time travel, please enjoy! Subscribe on iTunes And please listen to this, “The Flood” an […]

Non-Euclidean Æthercast #27 – Can’t stop, won’t stop!

| 3. Oktober 2014

During the past few months, I have repeatedly thought about shutting the blog and podcast down, or at least put both on an extended hiatus. This is mainly because my studies and other engagements are taking up so much time, keeping the blog up-to-date gets complicated. So far, each time I thought something along the […]

Non-Euclidean Æthercast #26 – Steampunk has not peaked in Europe

| 20. Juli 2014

Today I actually have something substantial to talk about on the podcast: The state of affairs concerning Steampunk in Europe. A lot is happening and has been happening this year, so I can state with some confidence: Steampunk has not yet peaked in Europe.   And now, please enjoy! Subscribe on iTunes  

Non-Euclidean Æthercast #25 – The Steampunk Alphabet Book Reading

| 31. Mai 2014

Today’s podcast is for younger listeners, a dramatic/good-night reading of The Steampunk Alphabet, a crowd-funded work of art. I had the pleasure of participating in the Kickstarter campaign and have already featured the book. I had planned to do a reading for a while but never really got around to doing it. But now, please […]