Aug 19, 2011
Greetings Speculative Fiction Lovers. Here 'tis, the AntiSF
Radio Show 158 Gamma. Settle back into your zero-grav relaxation
space suits and be prepared for a four-dimensional assault on your
ears. This week's show features two of the great science fiction
stories from the pages of AntipodeanSF Issue 158, namely "Grim Love
Bus" by Matt Stephens, narrated by Mark Tremble, and "Time Enough"
by Steve Carter, narrated by Paul Cole of the "Beam Me Up" Science
Fiction and Fact Podcast and weekly radio show on US radio station
WRFR in Rockland Maine.
Also in the mix this week you'll hear
News updates -- a non-supplemental to the regular "Bullsheet" News.
Excerpts from a recent Gleny Rae Virus concert that featured more than a few mentions of science fiction, and Sue Clennell's "E-Scapes" Review of "Queen Elizabeth's Wooden Teeth" along with a longer classic story from the Golden Age of SF, sourced from Librivox: A delightful gem called, "And All The Earth A Grave" by CC Macapp. All of this story madness is bracketed in electronic music from the Free Music Archive from Silent Strike, Epsilon Not, Steve Carter's Teknosadist, and Russian Chip Tuners, Teleidofusion.
Artwork on this article "Chimeria" by Steve Carter of S.C.A.R.
Quicklime Minders of The Apocalypse - by Teknosadist Reproduced with permission of the performers and writers.
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ten and a half years ago
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