Special guest Matt Bird joins the panel as Infinite Gestation continues its Dystopian Novel Series with Paris in the Twentieth Century – the “lost novel” by Jules Verne. Though completed in 1863, the work remained unpublished...

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Beginning with praise, transitioning to criticism and ultimately reaching a state of forgiveness, the panel embarks upon its ongoing Dystopian Novel Series with the granddaddy of the dystopian novel, We by Yevgeny Zamyatin. (Coincidentally recorded on the podcast’s one year anniversary)....

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Italo Calvino’s If on a winter’s night a traveler is in a class of its own. This postmodern exploration of the novel contains substantial sections written in the second person (yes, SECOND person), so that...

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Making no apologies for worshipping at the “Altar of Kubrick”, Infinite Gestation compares Arthur C. Clarke’s novel to the 1968 film. While Kubrick’s masterpiece to this day remains the benchmark for the realistic portrayal of...

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Complete with its very own public service announcement, Infinite Gestation dedicates an episode to The Man in the High Castle, covering the 1962 novel by Philip K. Dick, in addition to the series currently streaming on...

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In a rather harrowing episode, Grant defends the work of Kurt Vonnegut (one of his favorite authors) against an onslaught of criticism from the remainder of the panel. In the face of some difficult questions...

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