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April 2017 ISSUE

Sunwake, in the Lands of Teeth

Our fourth podcast for April is “Sunwake, in the Lands of Teeth” written by Juliette Wade and read by Kate Baker.

 
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April 2017 ISSUE

Sunwake, in the Lands of Teeth

The scent of dying penetrates my sleep. I lift my head, sniff, turn ears to a sound of panting.
Ar, no . . . the scent issues through the slots in my private door. Someone dies, at this moment, in my confronting room!
I scramble to fours among my den room furs, stand to hind-toes, reach for the door. Call, [...]

July 2014 ISSUE

Soul's Bargain

Our third piece of audio fiction for July is “Soul’s Bargain” written by Juliette Wade and read by Kate Baker.

 
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July 2014 ISSUE

Soul's Bargain

A reading from the Book of Eyn the Wanderer:
In those days there were many who admired Eyn for her divine beauty, no less than for her wildness, forgetting her fierce loyalty to her lover, Sirin the Luck-Bringer. One among these was a mortal, Ruver of Meluara, renowned for his strength and speed. As many times [...]

March 2014 ISSUE

Suteta Mono de wa Nai (Not Easily Thrown Away)

Our third piece of audio fiction for March is “Suteta Mono de wa Nai” written by Juliette Wade and read by Kate Baker.

 
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March 2014 ISSUE

Suteta Mono de wa Nai||捨てたものではない||(Not Easily Thrown Away)

‘Cram-school psycho’ was just a bully’s insult until I started hearing the voices.
One of them sounds like a whistle, and the other like a rusty trumpet, and when I sit at my desk at midnight, slowly hitting my head against my schoolbooks, they discuss my future.
“She’ll probably pass the exams on her own.”
“No, she [...]