Game of Thrones Season 8 Premiere with Maesters Steven Attewell & Tihi Hayslett. Listen to the Podcast on Demand.
Discussing the Game of Thrones Season 8 Premiere with uniquely qualified experts:
Steven Attewell is the founder of Race for the Iron Throne, which covers A Song of Ice and Fire chapter-by-chapter from a historical and political angle. In addition to two published collections of the chapter-by-chapter essays, Steven is also the author of “Kings, Hands, and City-States,” an collection of essays focusing specifically on the political structures of GRRM’s world. He is on twitter @StevenAttewell and Tumblr where people ask him a billion questions.
Reuben “Tihi” Hayslett is a queer activist, writer, and storyteller. As a fluent speaker of Dothraki, one of the languages created for HBO’s Game of Thrones, Tihi recently worked on the upcoming Netflix series Daybreak as a Dothraki Language Consultant. Tihi’s debut book, Dark Corners, is a short story collection of speculative fiction that centers the voices of queer people of color.
- Doctrine of Targaryen Exceptionalism
- Climate Change
- Thankful that GRRM didn’t go full Claremont in writing dialects
- So, how’s the Dothraki?
- People who speak Dothraki