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Previously on Storyological:

Storyological Pocket Interview No. 4: Carmen Maria Machado
We've previously discussed Carmen's work on the podcast here.

Storyological 2.17: That Childhood Ache
Pop Art by Joe Hill, 20th Century Ghosts, 2005.
Walkdog by Sofia Samatar, Kaleidoscope: Diverse YA Science Fiction and Fantasy Stories, 2014..

Storyological 2.16: The Name of My Memoir
The Dead Father Cookbook by Ashley Blooms, Strange Horizons.
Selections from The Teeth of the Comb & Other Stories by Osama Alomar.

Storyological Pocket Interview No. 3: Amal El-Mohtar
We've previously discussed Amal on the podcast here.

Storyological 2.15: The Gothic Trap
Selections from Super Mutant Magic Academy by Jillian Tamaki, 2015.
My Friend Janna by Emily Carroll, Through the Woods, 2014.

Storyological 2.14: Of Stars and Sops
The Sweet Sop by Ingrid Persaud, Granta, 2017.
Swimmer Among the Stars by Kanishk Tharoor, Swimmer Among the Stars, 2017.

Storyological Pocket Interview No. 2: Sam J. Miller
The Art of Starving by Sam J. Miller
Storyological 1.01: Finally Trigonometry

Storyological 2.13: Pock Smash!
Whatever Happened to Interracial Love by Kathleen Collins, Whatever Happened to Interracial Love.
The Embassy of Cambodia by Zadie Smith, The New Yorker.

Storyological 2.12: Stranger Things
Created He Them by Alice Eleanor Jones
The Last Refuge by Eduardo Goligorsky

Storyological 2.11: (500) Days of Killing Great Auks
An Account of the Decline of the Great Auk According to One Who Saw It by Jessie Greengrass.
Sonny’s Blues by James Baldwin, Going to Meet the Man.

Storyological 2.10: Daring Darringtons
The Debutante by Leonora Carrington, What Did Miss Darrington See?
An Unborn Visitant by Vita Sackville-West, What Did Miss Darrington See?

Storyological 2.09: Story with a Hole
He-y Come On Out by Shinichi Hoshi, The Best Japanese Science Fiction.
Bring Your Own Spoon by Saad Hossain, The Djinn Falls in Love and Other Stories.

Storyological Pocket Interview No. 1: Adam Ehrlich Sachs
Inherited Disorders by Adam Ehrlich Sachs. 
Storyological 1.02: Defeated by Greater Things.

Storyological 2.08: Cozy Mysteries of Various Coziness
The Undignified Melodrama of the Bone of Contention by Dorothy Sayers.
Franny by J.D. Salinger, The New Yorker.

Storyological 2.07: Bulletproof Eels
Starver by Daisy Johnson, Fen.
Trauma Plate by Adam Johnson, The Barcelona Review.

Storyological 2.06: Lie to Me
Sabbath Wine by Barbara Krasnoff, Clockwork Phoenix 5.
The Future Looks Good by Lesley Nneka Arimah, Pank.

Storyological 2.05: The Windmill Was Inside Of You All Along
The Cartographer Wasps and the Anarchist Bees by E. Lily Yu, Clarkesworld.
The Janitor in Space by Amber Sparks, American Short Fiction.

Storyological 2.04: That Daniela Romo Moment
Love by Yuri Olesha, Worlds Apart: An Anthology of Russian Fantasy and Science Fiction.
The Boy Who Never Cried for Me by Juliana Delgado Lopera, Midnight Breakfast.

Storyological 2.03: The Measure of All Things, or How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Get Behind the Feminist Locomotive
When It Changed by Joanna Russ, Again, Dangerous Visions. 
Fairy Tale by Alexandra Kleeman, Paris Review.

Storyological 2.02: On Masks, Meteors, and Privilege
The Venus Effect by Joseph Allen Hill, Lightspeed
Where We Must Be by Laura van den Berg, Indiana Review

Storyological 2.01: The Importance of Celine Dion
Seasons of Glass and Iron by Amal El-Mohtar, The Starlit Wood & Uncanny Magazine
What is Lost by Su-Yee Lin, Interfictions


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Storyological 1.32: The World is Our Slush Pile
Our first season finale!

Storyological 1.31Fully Proofed
Every Tongue Shall Confess by ZZ Packer, Ploughshares
The Jewish Hunter by Lorrie Moore, New Yorker

Storyological 1.30When Rumpelstiltskin Comes Around
You Have Never Been Here by M. Rickert, Lightspeed
Spinning Silver by Naomi Novik, The Starlit Wood

Storyological 1.29What's His Name Physics Man
Division by Zero by Ted Chiang
Story of Your Life by Ted Chiang

Storyological 1.28: A Body of Its Own
Through the Wardrobe by Lucy Caldwell, BBC Radio 4
Poko Poko by Irenosen Okojie, Speaking Gigantular

Storyological 1.27: You are So Perspective
The Poetics of Sex by Jeannette Winterson, Granta
The Boat and Me by Tove Jansson, The Winter Book.

Storyological 1.26Zero Hugs
Brokeback Mountain by Annie Proulx, The New Yorker
The Lake by Tananarive Due, Tor.com

Storyological 1.25The Right Kind of Sex
The Evening and the Morning and the Night by Octavia Butler
Tips by Rebecca Schiff

Storyological 1.24It's Not About Zeb
Ponies by Kij Johnson, Tor.com
26 Monkeys, Also the Abyss by Kij Johnson, Asimov's

Storyological 1.23: An Excellent Write-Back Function
The Art of Space Travel by  Nina Allan, Tor.com
The First Full Thought of Her Life by Deb Olin Unferth, Tin House

Storyological 1.22: Bumbling and Murdering
Slipping by Lauren Beukes, The Berlin Quarterly
The Infamous Bengal Ming by Rajesh Parameswaran, Granta 

Storyological 1.21The Bourne Lampshade
The Wombly, KL Morris, Shimmer
Directions, by Judy Budnitz, Flying Leap

Storyological 1.20: A High Speed Rainbow
The Long Goodnight of Violet Wild, by Cathrynne M. Valente, Clarkesworld

Storyological 1.19: The Dead Girl in the Room
Singing My Sister Down, Margo Lanagan, 
The Bog Girl, by Karen Russell, The New Yorker

Storyological 1.18: The Only Beautiful Thing
Escape from Spiderhead, George Saunders, The New Yorker
Bed Among the Lentils, by Alan Bennett, Talking Heads

Storyological 1.17: A Different Kind of Ghost
The Man on the Stairs, Miranda July, Fence
presence, by Helen Oyeyemi, What is Not Yours is Not Yours

Storyological 1.16Wednesday, Full of Woe
Wednesday's Story, Wole Talabi, Lightspeed
See you in the morning, by Mairead Case, Midnight Breakfast

Storyological 1.15: For a minute there
The Game of Smash and Recovery, by Kelly Link, Strange Horizons
Magic for Beginners, by Kelly Link, Fantasy & Science Fiction

Storyological 1.14: Lamborghinis and other signifiers
You Can't See It Til It's Finished, by Joseph Hill, Liminal Stories
Her Majesty's Lamborghini and the Girl with the Fish Tank, by JY Yang, Lontar #6

Storyological 1.13: The One With the Sonic Carrot
Thandiwe's Tokoloshe, by Nick Wood, African Monsters
Appliances, by Nikki Alfar, Heat

Storyological 1.12: Hunger. Saints. Birds.
Saint of Rabbits & Inside the Witch's House, By Carmen Lau, The Girl Awakes
Birdwoman, By Pemi Aguda, Omenana

Storyological 1.11: Something to fall in love with
House of Aunts, by Zen Cho, GigaNotoSaurus
Michael Doesn't Hate His Mother, by Marie Vibbert, Lightspeed

Storyological 1.10: Now I'm only falling apart
The Husband Stitch, by Carmen Maria Machado, Granta
Hwang's Billion Brilliant Daughters, by Alice Sola Kim, Lightspeed

Storyological 1.9: Sexy trains are sexy
Pet Milk, by Stuart Dybek, New Yorker
Fisherman, by Nalo Hopkinson, Skin Folk

Storyological 1.8: Astrolabes are the future
Binti, by Nnedi Okorafor, Tor.com

Storyological 1.7: You must unlearn what you have learned
In Her Head, In Her Eyes, by Yukimi Ogawa, Apex Book of World SF 4
Six Things We Found During the Autopsy, by Kuzhali Manickavel, Apex Book of World SF 4

Storyological 1.6: Later everything
Pockets, by Amal El Mohtar, Uncanny
Sooner or Later Everything Falls into the Sea, by Sarah Pinsker, Lightspeed

Storyological 1.5: e.g. has never shot anyone in the chest
Union, by Tamsyn Muir,  Clarkesworld
A Good Man is Hard to Find, by Flannery O'Connor, A Good Man is Hard to Find and Other Stories

Storyological 1.4: Quasi-autonomous non-governmental organisations
The Closest Thing to Animals, by Sofia Samatar, Fireside Fiction
The Killing Jar, by Laurie Penny, Terraform/Motherboard

Storyological 1.3: Gorgeously Horrible and Terrifically Poignant
Hungry Daughters of Starving Mothers, by Alyssa Wong, Nightmare Magazine
Demon in Aisle 6, by Matthew Kressel, Nightmare Magazine

Storyological 1.2: Defeated by Greater Things
Hat Trick by Etgar Keret, The Girl on the Fridge
The Philosophers, by Adam Ehrlich Sachs, New Yorker

Storyological 1.1: Finally Trigonometry
Angel, Monster, Man, by Sam J. Miller,  Nightmare Magazine
Time Travel Club, by Charlie Jane Anders, tor.com