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November 2018 ISSUE

Death on Mars

This episode features “Death on Mars” written by Madeline Ashby. Originally published in Visions, Ventures, Escape Velocities: A Collection of Space Futures, edited by Ed Finn, Joey Eschrich, and Juliet Ulman and reprinted in the November 2018 issue of Clarkesworld Magazine and read by Kate Baker.

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November 2018 ISSUE

Death on Mars

“Is he still on schedule?”
Donna’s hand spidered across the tactical array. She pinched and threw a map into Khalidah’s lenses. Marshall’s tug glowed there, spiraling ever closer to its target. Khalidah caught herself missing baseball. She squashed the sentiment immediately. It wasn’t really the sport she missed, she reminded herself. She just missed her fantasy [...]

August 2016 ISSUE

A Stopped Clock

Our eighth podcast for August is “A Stopped Clock” written by Madeline Ashby and read by Kate Baker.
 
First published in The Atlantic Council Art of Future Warfare Project: War Stories from the Future, edited by August Cole, 2015.

 
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August 2016 ISSUE

A Stopped Clock

“They don’t go out to drink anymore,” Jun-seo said. “They get everything delivered these days. That’s the problem.”
“They’re all dieting,” Ha-eun said. “They won’t eat rice. Rice!”
“I could check the flows,” Jun-seo offered.
Ha-eun shook her head. “It’s a trap. Remember when I tried to unsubscribe? They still owe me money. Besides, the prediction was never [...]