Episodes

Justice Systems in Quantum Parallel Probabilities by Lettie Prell (audio)  

Our third podcast for January is “Justice Systems in Quantum Parallel Probabilities” written by Lettie Prell and read by Kate Baker. Subscribe to our podcast.

A Series of Steaks by Vina Jie-Min Prasad (audio)  

Our second podcast for January is “A Series of Steaks” written by Vina Jie-Min Prasad and read by Kate Baker. Subscribe to our podcast.

The Ghost Ship Anastasia by Rich Larson (audio)  

Our first podcast for January is “The Ghost Ship Anastasia” written by Rich Larson and read by Kate Baker. Subscribe to our podcast.

The Most Famous Little Girl in the World by Nancy Kress (audio)  

Our seventh podcast for December is “The Most Famous Little Girl in the World” written by Nancy Kress and read by Kate Baker.   Originally published in Sci Fiction, May 8, 2002. Subscribe to our podcast.

A Soldier of the City by David Moles (audio)  

Our sixth podcast for December is “A Soldier of the City” written by David Moles and read by Kate Baker.   Originally published in Engineering Infinity, edited by Jonathan Strahan. Subscribe to our podcast.

A Future Far Too Bright by Yosef Lindell (audio)  

Our fifth podcast for December is “A Future Far Too Bright” written by Yosef Lindell and read by Kate Baker. Subscribe to our podcast.

Blue Grey Blue by Yukimi Ogawa (audio)  

Our fourth podcast for December is “Blue Grey Blue” written by Yukimi Ogawa and read by Kate Baker. Subscribe to our podcast.

Checkerboard Planet by Eleanor Arnason (audio)  

Our third podcast for December is “Checkerboard Planet” written by Eleanor Arnason and read by Kate Baker. Subscribe to our podcast.

Painter of Stars by Wang Yuan (audio)  

Our second podcast for December is “Painter of Stars” written by Wang Yuan and read by Kate Baker.   Originally published in Chinese on the World Chinese Science Fiction Association website, 2014-10-31.   Translated and published in partnership with Storycom. Subscribe to our podcast.

A Tower for the Coming World by Maggie Clark (audio)  

Our first podcast for December is “A Tower for the Coming World” written by Maggie Clark and read by Kate Baker. Subscribe to our podcast.

Reef by Paul McAuley (audio)  

Our eighth podcast for November is “Reef” written by Paul McAuley and read by Kate Baker.   Originally published in Skylife: Space Habitats in Story and Science, edited by Gregory Benford & George Zebrowski, 2000. Subscribe to our podcast.

An Eligible Boy by Ian McDonald (audio)  

Our seventh podcast for November is “An Eligible Boy” written by Ian McDonald and read by Kate Baker.   Originally published in Fast Forward 2, edited by Lou Anders, 2008. Subscribe to our podcast.

Afrofuturist 419 by Nnedi Okorafor (audio)  

Our sixth podcast for November is “Afrofuturist 419” written by Nnedi Okorafor and read by Kate Baker. Subscribe to our podcast.

Western Heaven by Chen Hongyu (audio)  

Our fifth podcast for November is “Western Heaven” written by Chen Hongyu and read by Kate Baker.   Originally published in Chinese in ZUI Found, April 2014, Issue 168.   Translated and published in partnership with Storycom. Subscribe to our podcast.

Follow the White Line by Bo Balder (audio)  

Our fourth podcast for November is “Follow the White Line” written by Bo Balder and read by Kate Baker. Subscribe to our podcast.

Of Sight, of Mind, of Heart by Samantha Murray (audio)  

Our third podcast for November is “Of Sight, of Mind, of Heart” written by Samantha Murray and read by Kate Baker. Subscribe to our podcast.

Where Water Joins by Nelly Geraldine García-Rosas (audio)  

Our second podcast for November is “Where Water Joins” written by Nelly Geraldine Garcia-Rosas and read by Kate Baker. Subscribe to our podcast.

What The Stories Steal by Nin Harris (audio)  

Our first podcast for November is “What The Stories Steal” written by Nin Harris and read by Kate Baker. Subscribe to our podcast.

Afrofuturist 419 by Nnedi Okorafor  

Nigerian Astronaut Really is Lost in Space and He’s in Trouble It turns out the scam letter was not all a scam. There actually is a Nigerian man stuck out there on a space station, he’s been stuck there for fourteen years and after recent events, he’s probably not ok. Though Spaceflight Services Inc. (the private [...]

The Very Pulse of the Machine by Michael Swanwick (audio)  

Our seventh podcast for October is “The Very Pulse of the Machine” written by Michael Swanwick and read by Kate Baker.   First published in Asimov’s Science Fiction, February 1998. Subscribe to our podcast.

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