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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!
The AntiSF Radio Show 159 Delta

This is the latest AntiSF Radio Show, and it's designation, if you're into that kind of thing -- and what spaceship lover isn't -- is 159 Delta. It's the last of the radio shows to feature stories from the pages of AntipodeanSF Issue 159, which you can find online at <www.antisf.com.au>.
Well, for a little while at least, because there will soon be a new issue up.
In this show, however, we'll hear the remaining two stories from the current issue, and a Golden Age classic science fiction tale from Librivox that's probably more a short story than a piece of flash fiction.
In "Conditioning Therapy" Kevin J Phyland takes us on the kind of flight that I hope you never have to experience, while "The System" by Jamie Richter takes a new angle on office politics and betting. Lastly, Edgar Pangborn tells us about another kind of flight in "Good Neighbours", just to keep the themes for this show in good synchronisation.
The show includes a review of "The Empress of Mars" by Kage Baker, and selected electronic music from M-Pex.

Music attribution:

iPhado EP (M-PeX) / CC BY-NC-SA 3.0
Open the windows and let the sun shine (R\xe9gis Turner) / CC BY- NC-SA 3.0
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Direct download: 020-antipod-159-delta.mp3
Category:Speculative Fiction -- posted at: 1:35pm AEDT
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AntiSF Radio Show 159 Gamma

Hey SF fans. Here's another AntiSF radio show for download, so why not fetch another bottle of red wine from the fridge, make sure that your glass is full of ice before you pour, and get ready for a storytime treat. Sip now, don't guzzle. Speaking of treats, let me tell you about one. Gather some friends, go find a spot on the beach facing east -- this works well on the east coast of Australia -- have a barbeque, or even perhaps just get takeaway. Make sure it's about a day or two after the full moon, early evening, still just light. Sit, listen to the waves, watch the stars wink into existence, scan the sky carefully, commune with the fireflies, tell a few jokes, keep a lookout for white and green fireballs, and draw up a breath just before the somewhat orange moon pokes its way above the water.

Magic. Well, in fact, not, but magical all the same. Don't get dizzy. That's the rabbit there in the moon. And don't be surprised by how many people have never seen a moonrise, also better known as an earthfall.

But enough of that. I've washed my feet of sand since then and promised myself that I'll go for a swim next time. Let's on with the speculative fiction, right here on the AntiSF radio show issue 159 Gamma, which is where speculative flash fiction belongs.

Tonight, it's three stories on the altar, aka the chopping block, -- all of them by regular contributors to AntiSF.

The stories this show are:

"Dr Atomic" by Shaun Saunders

"Housebreaking" by Stephen L. Thompson, and

"Lewis Boathaven" by Wes Parish -- all appearing along with a fabulous review of Joe Abercrombie's "The Heroes" by Jan Napier.

Don't go away now. There's nothing on TV. It's all happening on the beach, and inside your head.

Or Up We Fall [LCL08] (Fanas) / CC BY-NC-SA 3.0
Open the windows and let the sun shine (R\xe9gis Turner) / CC BY-NC-SA 3.0
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Based on a work at www.antisf.com.au.
Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at http://www.antisf.com.au/contact
Direct download: 019-antipod-159-gamma.mp3
Category:Speculative Fiction -- posted at: 12:21am AEDT
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AntiSF Radio Show 159 Beta

G'day spec fic fans, and especially lovers of flash. This is the AntiSF Radio Show 159 Beta, part of a series of relatively regular shows that feature stories published in the current issue of AntipodeanSF, online at <www.antisf.com.au>.
Tame those rampant neurones. You're in for a treat in the story department with:

"Adoption" by Harris Tobias, and"
"Equality 2,0" by Michael Jordan

These stories sandwich a flashback story from the pages of AntipodeanSF in 1998, from a regular contributor back then, Tony Plank, with his story "Mind Over Matter".

This show also features the latest Bullsheet news from Wendy Palmer, and the whole lot is wrapped in music from the Free Music Archive.

Open the windows and let the sun shine (R\xe9gis Turner) / CC BY- NC-SA 3.0
One Minute For The Stars (various @ semlabel) / CC BY- NC-ND 3.0
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Based on a work at www.antisf.com.au.
Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at http://www.antisf.com.au/contact
Direct download: 018-antipod-159-beta.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 10:17pm AEDT
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AntiSF Radio Show 159 Alpha

Hello speculative fiction readers, listeners, writers, editors, sword swallowers, jugglers, and magicians. Here is the AntiSF Radio Show designated 159 Alpha. It contains a three stories and one flash poem from the pages of the latest issue of AntipodeanSF, online at <www.antisf.com>. The material itself ranges in Moh from diamond to talc, from playoids to brain eating intangibles. So, why not close youreyes, get somebody to massage your feet, and prepare yourself. Oh yes, it's flash time without the mob.

"Mistress" by Theron Fairchild
"The Kiss" by Kate Roediger
"The Hungry Ghost" by Rebecca Fraser
"Silence is Golden" by Stuart Bennington


The show also features a selection of music from the Free Music Archive (attributions below), and some impromptu interviews recorded at the Star Hotel on the Nambucca River at Macksville with the members of "Thora Zoo" -- and the bar lady on late duty.

An End Like This (Learning Music) / CC BY- NC-SA 3.0
Devil's Blues (The Meaner) / CC BY-NC-SA 3.0
Prelude #E13D35 (exileFaker) / CC BY-NC-ND 3.0
Open the windows and let the sun shine (R\xe9gis Turner) / CC BY- NC-SA 3.0

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Based on a work at www.antisf.com.au.
Permissions beyond the scope of this license may be available at http://www.antisf.com.au/contact

Direct download: 017-antipod-159-alpha.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 1:38pm AEDT
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