Breaking the glass slipper
Women have been creating and starring in science fiction, fantasy, and horror since the genre began. We are here to celebrate the wonderful contribution of women to speculative fiction. We are an intersectional feminist podcast and embrace all voices.
Breaking the Glass Slipper won Best Audio in the 2019 British Fantasy Awards and was nominated for a Hugo Award.
We are here for you, any way you want us.
Our episodes discuss trends and issues in speculative fiction across books, films, TV, and games, including interviews with industry experts.
Science and technology are the order of the day. Let’s explore the final frontier together.
The home of magic and dragons. The only limit is your imagination.
Be prepared for thrills and chills. This is no place for the
Sometimes you will find us arguing amongst ourselves and for other episodes, we will bring on one or two special guests to throw the discussion open with diverse voices.
The podcast was the brainchild of pop culture commentator Megan Leigh, who enlisted the help of fantasy author Lucy Hounsom and horror writer and romance editor Charlotte Bond to create the perfect podcasting dream team.
Ghostwriter, author, commissioning editor and reviewer. In 2015, she became the commissioning editor for Gemstone Romance. She is also a reviewer on the Ginger Nuts of Horror website and a guest reviewer at Jane and Bex’s Book Blog. You can find her on her FaceBook page or follow her on Twitter @offred85.
Author of The Worldmaker Trilogy, the first book of which, 手机免费ip地址更换软件, was shortlisted for the Gemmell Morningstar Award for best fantasy debut in 2016. She’s also a Waterstones bookseller and lives in Devon, UK with two cats and many dragons. You can follow her @silvanhistorian.
Writer of fiction and non-fiction. Her work has appeared on Pop Verse, SFWA, SFF World, Pornokitsch, and Writers’ Workshop. She reviews books for the British Fantasy Society. Follow her @m_leigh_g.
You can listen to Breaking the Glass Slipper on most platforms, for instance: Spotify, iTunes, Soundcloud, Stitcher, TuneIn, and via RSS Feed.
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