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Welcome to the AntipodeanSF Radio Show, hosted by the editor of AntipodeanSF, Ion Newcombe, aka "Nuke" or "The Jollyfish". Ion selects the best in speculative flash fiction for these shows, with stories often narrated by the authors themselves. 

Listen in weekly to a show devoted to the presentation of flash speculative fiction stories (science fiction, fantasy, and horror).

The AntiSF Radio show also features discussions and panel presentations recorded at various speculative fiction conventions and awards ceremonies.

AntiSF is where speculative flash fiction belongs - downside up!

 

Jul 30, 2016

Keenan's System — a collection of two pieces of flash fiction, one micro fiction, and some fannish types talking about their addiction and tradition. Is that it? Hi, I'm Nuke, and this is the AntipodeanSF Radio Show Keenan's System, last show for the month of July 2016.

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Jul 23, 2016

It's edge-on, thin, and lacks a central bulge. It's not an integral tree, and if you don't know what one of those is, you do need to read the novel by Larry Niven to round out your education. Find a photo of this strange galaxy, and you'll see it's shape. That's the one. A mathematical oddity. Just like me. Hi,...


Jul 16, 2016

Greetings. Welcome to Hydra A, a radio source that sits in a galaxy near the centre of the cluster with the very same name. No mucking about, no growing extra appendages. Let's hit the stories right here on the AntipodeanSF Radio Show number 166.

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Jul 9, 2016

Bonjour, Bon-nuit, and welcome to the AntipodeanSF Radio Show Horologium Dwarf, but I will ask you to stop looking at the clock, despite that.

Thanks for joining me. I'm Nuke, your host and editor here at AntiSF, and as for you, you're a member of the storytime club.

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Jul 2, 2016

In Cetus, the whale, sits Holmberg another supergiant elliptical about 700 million light-years from Earth. It seems to have accumulated the largest core ever observed in a galaxy, spanning 15,000 light years, and at the heart of it all is a big sucker, a supermassive black hole with the mass of about 10 billion...