Fri, 27 May 2011
This is the fourth AntipodeanSF Radio Show for the month of May 2011, designated 155 Delta -- featuring two stories from the pages of AntipodeanSF online:
Old Tidings by JC Mangold
Night Falls At The Dream Markets by Elizabeth Carroll
You'll also hear 3 late night back-alley chats with SF identities from the recent Aurealis Awards night in Sydney: Jason Fischer, Edwina Harvey, and Angela Slatter.
It's all wrapped in musical contributions from Regis Turner's "rt-gt", and electronic muso Females from the album "Electrical Shorts".
Thu, 19 May 2011
Thu, 12 May 2011
This release is desginated 155 Beta, the second installment for the month of May 2011, featuring three stories from the pages of AntipodeanSF online. If you want to read the stories you can visit the website <www.antisf.com.au>, or at the National Library Archive, Pandora, any time afte May 2011.
This week's stories are:
7 Bullets, by Jules Carey, narrated by the author.
This Alien Landscape, by Chris Large, narrated by the author.
Somewhere, by Shaun A. Saunders, narrated by Nuke.
Our music this week is sourced from Haute Culture, who hails from sunny Bucharest in Romania, from his latest EP Chordial.
AntipodeanSF Radio Show Issue 155 Beta
Thu, 5 May 2011
This release is designated 155 Alpha, featuring three fine examples of flash fiction from the May 2011 Issue of AntipodeanSF online, which you can find, as usual, on the web at <www.antisf.com.au>
The stories are:
Nanobrains by Kevin J. Phyland, narrated by the author.
Moving House by Antoinette Rydyr, narrated by Marie Agnes Lo Cascio
Out of Time by Nicolas J. Carter, narrated by the author.
Music comes from Rho's album "Cedarleaf", and this audio focuses on the track "Mississippi"
Direct download: AntipodeanSF_Issue155-alpha-pod-110506.mp3
Category:Speculative Fiction -- posted at: 3:10 PM
Wed, 4 May 2011
Pilot episode of the AntipodeanSF monthly podcast/community radio broadcast, features "Ninja Nemesis" by Crisetta MacLeod, "Zero" by Shaun A. Saunders, and "An Accident Going Somewhere To Happen" by Shaun A. Saunders.