Doug Van Belle–East of the Sun

We’re on our final week of East of the Sun! Have you had fun? What did you enjoy the most? Would you like to see more programs like this in the future? Give us your feedback by filling out our survey! If you were registered to win one of our prize packets, now is the […]

Oceania (And Everywhere Else)

We’re in the last week of East of the Sun! If you registered with us in June, now is the time to finish up those reading lists and make sure everything is in order. I’ll be emailing you next week to get them sent in, and announce who came out with the most points! Meanwhile, […]

Interview with Rachel Aaron–East of the Sun

This week, please welcome author Rachel Aaron for a discussion of how she uses North and South American mythology in her urban fantasy series about anthropomorphic feathered dragons. It’s sounds adorable, but has nearly Jim Butcher levels of intensity and pain. “No Good Dragon Goes Unpunished” is the third book in the series, and comes […]

North and South America–East of the Sun

At last we come to the part of the world with which most of you are probably most familiar. Or are you? The United States of America is a very young country; only a little over two hundred years old. It isn’t just politically young, it is culturally young. The vast majority of all US […]

Interview with Kerry Nietz–East of the Sun

Please welcome our author for this week–Kerry Nietz! Kerry is the author of A Star Curiously Singing and its sequels. The novel is about Earth, hundreds of years in the future, when much of the world is living under sharia law. It is a dualistic society, where the average human plies the streets in squalor […]

The Middle East–East of the Sun

Assyria, Mesopotamia, Persia; Arabia. These are names you know and recognize. Iran. Iraq. Syria. Pakistan. You know these names as well, but not for the same reason. The first set is associated with rich history, culture, and the cradle of civilization. The second set is associated with war, fear, and modern politics. But what if […]

Amy Kuivalainen–East of the Sun

This week we are exploring Scandinavia with a delightful new author. Amy Kuivalainen is a Finnish Australian writer with an obsessive interest in the fairy tales and mythology of the Nordic countries and Russia, as well as magical wardrobes, doors, auroras and burial mounds that might offer her a way into another realm. Until her […]

Scandinavia–East of the Sun

And now the part of the program you have all been waiting for…Vikings!

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