AntipodeanSF
AntipodeanSF podcast/radio show is devoted to the presentation of flash speculative fiction stories (science fiction, fantasy, and horror). AntiSF is where speculative fiction belongs -- downside-up!

Hi all,

AntiSF Radio Show listeners -- you can leave your audio comments on our new voicemail and recorded comment number.

Ring us now and say a big hello to the SF world, make an audio comment, conduct your own review about a story, give us a shout and say "Bewdy Nuke", or interview yourself with your own questions.

You can also ring the number and read us a story, tell us a speculative joke, or give us a good old science fiction limerick in realtime Asimovian style.

Here's the number:

Within Australia: 02 80058077

Outside Australia +61 2 8005 8077

Nuke.

PS: HAL, please don't call.

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Greetings listeners far and wide in time and space. This is the AntiSF radio show 158 beta, and I'm your not so Borg host, Nuke, and I am imprisoned in this lonely studio along with your head to bring you this show. And it's a ripper, perhaps even a tearer of the timeline. Please find in this show the audio versions of three stories from the pages of this month's magazine, including:
"Catharsis" by Kevin J. Phyland -- more info at: <http://wycheproof.my100megs.com/WWW/index.html>
"The Cinema Attendant" by JL Cooper
"Re-Life" by Mark Tremble
You'll also hear a flashback to AntipodeanSF issue 125, with
"PLease Register" by Shaune Lafferty Webb (find her book "Bus Stop on a Strange Loop" at <www.winterbournepublishing.com.au>.
Meanwhile, Jan Napier looks at "Hicky Knocky and "Forsaken Blossoms" by Glenn Cannon.
As if that's not enough, you will also hear interviews with members of "Screaming Bikini" on tour, including singer Sarah Mcleod (ex "The Superjesus"), bass player KJ, and the talented Minnie Marks.
Music this week is by "Flamingo", from their album "Superpalm", with an excerpt from "Open The Window and Let the Sun Shine" by Regis Turner, and a wax-cylinder recording from 1912 of "Dance of the Priestesses of Dagon Saint-Saens" by the Victor Herbert Orchestra.

Bad Panda #93 (Superpalm) by Flamingo is licensed under an Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike License.

Open the windows and let the sun shine by Régis Turner is licensed under an Attribution-Noncommercial-Share Alike 3.0 United States License.

1911 - Dance of the Priestesses of Dagon (Saint-Saëns) by Victor Herbert Orchestra is licensed under aPublic Domain Mark 1.0 License.

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Based on a work at www.antisf.com.au.
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Direct download: 014-antipod-158-beta.mp3
Category:Speculative Fiction -- posted at: 1:18 PM
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