In this episode of Teachin’ Books, I talk to… myself!… about teaching Kazuo Ishiguro’s 2005 novelNever Let Me Go.
- Get the novel through your library or local bookstore. In Saskatoon, I like Turning the Tide and McNally Robinson. There’s also the film adaptation.
- Check out Dorothy Ellen Palmer’s work as a disability activist and writer.
- Listen and subscribe to Métis in Space, an awesome podcast by Molly Swain and Chelsea Vowel that joins decolonial cultural criticism with sf.
The podcast music is by Dyalla Swain, whose work you can find here. The podcast graphics are by @muskrathands.
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**Read the transcript for this episode here.**