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July 2011 ISSUE

Trois morceaux en forme de mechanika

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The city of Plzeň, once famous for its lagers, will be famous someday for this little wooden-walled workshop instead. Humanity’s nonhuman descendants will wander its reconstructed streets, making pilgrimages from the ancient brewery (site of the first grand mutiny) to this tiny workshop where the Lasherites trace their own singular [...]

July 2011 ISSUE

Trois morceaux en forme de mechanika

Our first piece of audio fiction for July is “Trois morceaux en forme de mechanika” written by Gord Sellar and read by Kate Baker.

 
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March 2010 ISSUE

Alone With Gandhari

And the wailing chief of the cowherds fled, forlorn and spent,
Speeding on his rapid chariot to the royal city went,
Came inside the city portals, [...]

March 2010 ISSUE

Alone With Gandhari

Our first piece of audio fiction for March is “Alone With Gandhari” written by Gord Sellar and read by Kate Baker.

 
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October 2009 ISSUE

Of Melei, of Ulthar

Haunted went Melei that evening into the streets of Ulthar, haunted by what she had seen in the dream-voyage of the night before; desert fires burning distant across the dark and dusty plain, and an immense black silhouette of some enormous outcropping of rock rising up, upward into the sky to [...]

October 2008 ISSUE

How Candle Girl and V Took On 2MB

It was two long months of candlelight demonstrations in Seoul.
They began on May 2nd. The only blockage the police erected then was a flimsy perimeter round the protest area. But soon, downtown Seoul would fall into a nightly ritual of lockdown at sunset: the adjacent road leading to the Presidential [...]