While trying to catch up on my reading, I often find myself listening to podcasts in the background. Nothing makes me happier than finding people discussing the same material I am trying to read.
I've been reading through appendix N material a lot lately. I've been enjoying the Appendix N podcasts on The Tome Show for a while. I'm glad to see that Judges Jen and Bob Brinkman and Judge David Baity have started a new Appendix N discussion podcast titled Sanctum Secorum.
The focus of Sanctum Secorum is how to apply ideas from the original material into your game. It's well worth checking out.
Another promising new podcast is for game designers and judges has just gone live. Designers and Discourse promises to be a one on one interview format roughly an hour long with host Jim Wampler. The first episode is an hour and nine minute interview with Michael Curtis discussing the development of the Chained Coffin setting, and game design in general.
I am finally getting around to reading The World of Ice and Fire... by George R R Martin, Elio Garcia, and Linda Antonsson (of Westeros.org). I'm hoping to find enough time to squeeze in a reread of the Dunc & Egg novellas. I already have them, but I couldn't resist getting the new collected set of A Knight of the Seven Kingdoms (by George RR Martin). If you are into the the ASoIaF series, there are plenty of great podcasts worth checking out.
Here are a few of my favorites:
Wars and Politics of Ice and Fire
Recommended Comic Books: Scottie Young's I Hate Fairyland #1 (and it's alternate cover @#$! Fairyland! #1), the Hinterland series put out by Vertigo.