The Xenothesis podcast features review, discussion and analysis of Dawn book 1 of Octavia E. Butler’s, Xenogenesis trilogy AKA Lilith’s Brood
Richard J. Acton
In this episode: Richard and Michael thank fungi for the lack of giant bugs. Akin engages in unintentional creepy child horror gas-lighting. We also see a reprise of the Agouti. Richard sells out humanity (again), but offers a cunning plan for their survival first. Also: This is the version Octavia toned down?
In episode 32, Richard and Michael discuss how badly humans would probably mess up having conscious control of our low level bodily functions.
In episode 31, Richard and Michael discuss how small mistakes in movies can really be bothering and how irritatingly stupid the humas are in the book.
In Episode 30 Michael and Richard discuss Akin’s cool under pressure. Tangents include: transformative works in copyright, Deep sea creatures, Uranium enrichment, and Swiss neutrality.