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Softly Spoke the Gabbleduck

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Our sixth podcast for August is “Softly Spoke the Gabbleduck” written by Neal Asher and read by Kate Baker.

 
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First published in Asimov’s Science Fiction, August, 2005.

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ISSUE 107, August 2015

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ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Neal Asher

Born in Essex, England, but now living part of the year in Crete, Neal Asher started writing at the age of sixteen, but didn't explode into public print until a few years ago; a quite prolific author, he now seems to be everywhere at once. His stories have appeared in Asimov's, Interzone, Hadrosaur Tales, and elsewhere, and have been collected in Runcible Tales, The Engineer, Mason's Rats, and The Gabble and Other Stories. His popular novels include the "Agent Cormac" series, the most recent of which is The Line War; the "SpatterJay" series, the most recent of which is Orbus; the "Polity" series, the most recent of which is The Technician; and the "Owner Trilogy," consisting of The Departure, Zero Point, and Jupiter War. Coming up is the first in the "Transformation" series, Dark Intelligence.

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