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Ruiz Tremello & Marguerite are currently on a world tour, traveling spontaneously from city to city as they administer Turing Tests to prospective Artificial Intelligence's; but at the end of the day there's nothing they love more than curling up in front of a roaring fire and talking about classic Science Fiction and Fantasy stories.

The Everett Book Club Podcast plays host to their discussions, where Ruiz tells Marguerite about a story he's recently read. With an eye for more obscure or out-of-print tales, the Everett Book Club aims to entertain while bringing attention to classic stories from the past that may have been forgotten. Stories are chosen only if they were written before 1980, and are by authors who (for the most part) don't get the attention they deserve or have been forgotten over time.

What kinds of stories do we discover?
Anything Science Fiction and Fantasy published before 1980! That being said however, there are a few limitations.
     Firstly, we try to avoid currently popular authors; you won't see any Arthur C. Clarke or Ray Bradbury around these parts, except for when you do. What constitutes "popular" is difficult to really judge, but our goal is to let you know about authors who may have been forgotten and haven't been adapted into current culture.

The goal is to never cover the same author twice, with the exception of Jack Vance Christmas Episodes, and Anne McCaffrey season premieres- oh, and some lesser-known authors. We’ve already covered H.G. Wells (Episode #35), Philip K. Dick (#31 & 32), and Isaac Asimov (#04), so you’ll never see new episodes with them again- but for authors like Alan Nelson (Episode #35) or Robert Murphy (#09), we are eagerly seeking more stories!

This Podcast will contain foul language and spoilers, and if we're lucky, sex, violence, nudity, and triggers. Listener discretion is preferred.

Notes:
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