Perry and David talk about novels which blur the boundaries between genres: literary novels with strong elements of fantasy or science fiction. We can call them "genre adjacent" fiction.

  • Children of Men by P. D. James (00:23)
  • Never Let Me Go & The Buried Giant by Kazuo Ishiguro (00:52)
  • Machines Like Me by Ian McEwan (04:34)
  • A Superior Spectre by Angela Meyer (08:28)
  • 1Q84 by Haruki Murakami (07:36)
  • The Animals in that Country by Laura Jean McKay (08:27)
  • The Second Cure by Margaret Morgan (00:57)
  • Human Croquet by Kate Atkinson (10:19)
  • The Rain Heron by Robbie Arnott (08:43)
  • What the Wind Brings by Matthew Hughes (12:43)
  • Interview with Matthew Hughes (21:09)
    • What the Wind Brings (11:29)
    • Vance Space novel (07:58)
    • A God in Chains (01:12)
  • Windup (01:44)

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