Hey everyone! Join Austin Walker, Ali Acampora, Keith J. Carberry, Sylvia Clare, Jack de Quidt, Janine Hawkins, Art Martinez-Tebbel, and Andrew Lee Swan as we say farewell to PARTIZAN and answer your questions!
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Join us for this special N7 Day, one-shot, table-top RPG “Omniblades in the Dark”. Hosted by GM Austin Walker (Friends at the Table) and featuring an incredible cast of players: Mark Meer, Jennifer Hale, Kat Barkwell, Boldwin Li, and Ali Acampora!
Content: 00:00 - Replay of Austin’s Intro 02:24 - Game Starts
Cast: Austin Walker - @austinwalker
Mark Meer - @markmeer
Jennifer Hale - @jhaletweets
Kat Barkwell - @velocitrina
Boldwin Li - @boldwinli
Ali Acampora - @ali_west
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Recorded at Metatopia 2020
Presented by Dexter Duckworth, Elsa Sjunneson.
The Distant Future, the Year 2000: Updating Cyberpunk for the 21st Century. The hard-hitting themes of social inequality and corporate exploitation found in cyberpunk are as rele
This is a FREE EPISODE. If you enjoy, and want to listen to the rest of the season, it’s avaliable for only $1/month at patreon.com/abnormalmapping.
It’s time, Gundam Wing begins today! We are joined once again by Austin (https://twitter.com/austin_walker) to bring in this much anticipated season, the first to ever make it to western shores, Toonami’s own Gundam Wing. We’re back in space! There’s a Char! Somebody says Lagrange Points! Let’s goooooooooooo.
The artwork for this season was created by the excellent carey (https://twitter.com/careybou). Next week, we’ll be starting Space Runaway Ideon so make sure to watch episode 1 and 2 before then.
Episode 136: The Return of Gundam!
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Last week, we had the great pleasure of sitting down with Malka Older to discuss her Centenal Cycle series of books (Infomocracy, State Tectonics, and Null States). Enjoy, as we get do a deep dive on the functioning of the political economy of science fictional microdemocracy. Malka shares with details of the inner workings of … Continue reading "On Surveillance and Information: In Conversation with Malka Older"
A celebrated science-fiction author grapples with her genre’s deep legacy of racism.
“A Victim of the Art” is a Delta Green scenario by Dennis Detwiller set in the fictional town of Glenridge, Long Island. The Investigators play Delta Green agents and friendlies brought in to solve a series of grisly murders which have rocked the small, rich, seaside community. The killer is not human – but the perpetrator is.
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On Vanishing Land", released July 26, 2019
“It is April, but it feels like summer. They turn left onto the seafront […]”
"On Vanishing Land" evokes a walk along the Suffolk coastline in 2006, from Felixstowe container port ("a nerve ganglion of capitalism") to the Anglo-Saxon burial ground at Sutton Hoo. A walk under immense skies, through zones of deep time and within sunlit, liminal terrains, into the eerie. Everywhere there are charged atmospheres, shadowy incursions, enigmatic departures. A derelict radar base, coastal heathland, drifting thistledown, towers of overgrown shipping containers - music haunted by wider levels of reality, narrations about rarely visited zones and potentials, voices of dreams and stories. Newly composed tracks by John Foxx, Gazelle Twin, Baron Mordant, Raime, Pete Wiseman, Farmers of Vega, Skjolbrot, Eerie Anglia, Ekoplekz and Dolly Dolly; and, alongside these, views toward M.R. James’s Oh Whistle and I’ll Come to You My Lad (1904), Joan Lindsay’s Picnic at Hanging Rock (1967), and Brian Eno’s On Land (1982). Beyond the surface of the day something becomes visible, a way forward, an escape-path from capitalist reality. "On Vanishing Land" is about following the lines of terrains and dreams. It is about a micropolitics of escape, of disappearance. A micropolitics of w…
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