SFF Yeah! is a biweekly fantasy and science fiction podcast dedicated to the latest happenings and our favorite recommendations from the worlds of science fiction and fantasy.
Sharifah and Jenn discuss The Twilight Zone reboot, a bunch of Avatar: The Last Airbender news, time travel favorites, and more.
Sharifah and guests Brea Grant and Mallory O'Meara of the Reading Glasses podcast discuss SFF Chia pets, a new adaptation of The Haunting of Hill House, and books about dead people.
Sharifah and Jenn discuss the Hugo winners, a tabletop RPG for The Expanse, His Dark Materials casting, favorite trilogies, and more.
Jenn and guest Swapna Krishna discuss Star Trek news, adaptations, the Arthur C. Clark Awards, and recent debuts.
Sharifah and Jenn discuss new books from Becky Chambers and NK Jemisin, Worldcon, the World Fantasy Awards, school stories, and more.
Sharifah and guest Nikki Vanry discuss Stranger Things books and more Star Trek, copyrighting, poorly planned merch, and SFF audiobooks.
Sharifah and Jenn discuss Harlan Ellison, A Discovery of Witches, the Locus Award winners, and recommend some sci-fi sub-genres.
Sharifah and Jenn discuss adaptations for Carmen Maria Machado and Victor LaValle, a cosplay ball, aspirational characters in SFF, and more!
Sharifah and Jenn discuss Starbucks secret menus, Octavia Butler opera, a new Merlin series, and small press sci-fi and fantasy.
Sharifah and Jenn discuss 2017 Best Of lists, Lord of the Rings wine, gateway reads for SF/F, and more.
Sharifah and Jenn discuss reading studies, news from the Tolkien estate, Harry Potter: Wizards Unite, rewritten fairytales, and more.
Sharifah and Jenn discuss the British Fantasy Awards, Neil deGrasse Tyson on dragons, horror crossovers, and more.
Sharifah and Jenn discuss Dracula pre- and sequels, the Terminator franchise, speculative short story collections, and more.
Sharifah and Jenn discuss news including casting choices for Good Omens and Hellboy, mega-bucks book deals, and assassin stories.
Sharifah and Jenn discuss news including the 2017 Hugo Award Winners and recommend their favorite books about princesses.