March 13th, 2013 by Scott
Raul Ybarra, Jim Arrowood, and Kieth R.A. DeCandido join the SciFi Diner to discuss what classifies something as Science Fiction. Where is the line between Science Fiction and Fantasy? Can we come up with a common definition of what constitutes this? Tune into find out. Click the Speakpipe widget in the sidebar or dial 18885084343 and share your thoughts on the matter.
SciFi Diner Podcast Ep. 165b
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