Our third piece of audio fiction for March is “86, 87, 88, 89″ written by Genevieve Valentine and read by Kate Baker.
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Our first piece of audio fiction for October is “A Bead of Jasper, Four Small Stones” written by Genevieve Valentine and read by Kate Baker.
There’s a cloud across Europa.
Every time Henry looks out at the flat, grey disc, he tries to think what you’re meant to think: We’re almost there, soon you can breathe, it’s nearly rain.
Henry knows, every time he goes out on the ice in a crawler to fix a transmitter, that he’s driving over the [...]
The worst thing about being a sleeper embedded somewhere long-term was that inevitably, eventually, you started to care.
The worst thing about being embedded long-term as an administrator at the Svalbard Seed Vault was that when you inevitably started to care, you started to care about things like proper political geo-temperate arrangement of seeds, and there [...]
After it was over, they pulled her from the sea.
Even as they lifted her into the rescue boat she was saying, "No, no; we could have made it."
She was cradling the hand the Captain broke.
The first time Marika saw the night sky, she was terrified.
(Strange she wasn’t terrified sooner. [...]
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