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December 2016 ISSUE

The Most Famous Little Girl in the World

Our seventh podcast for December is “The Most Famous Little Girl in the World” written by Nancy Kress and read by Kate Baker.

 
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Originally published in Sci Fiction, May 8, 2002.
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December 2016 ISSUE

The Most Famous Little Girl in the World

2002
The most famous little girl in the world stuck out her tongue at me. “These are all my Barbie dolls and you can’t use them!”
I ran to Mommy. “Kyra won’t share!”
“Kyra, dear,” Aunt Julie said in that funny tight voice she had ever since IT happened, “share your new dolls with Amy.”
“No, they’re mine!” Kyra [...]

June 2016 ISSUE

Pathways

Our sixth podcast for June is “Pathways” written by Nancy Kress and read by Kate Baker.

 
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First published in Twelve Tomorrows, edited by Stephen Cass.
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June 2016 ISSUE

Pathways

The Chinese clinic warn’t like I expected. It warn’t even Chinese.
I got there afore it opened. I was hoping to get inside afore anybody else came, any neighbors who knew us or busybodies from Blaine. But Carrie Campbell was already parked in her truck, the baby on her lap. We nodded to each other but [...]

September 2013 ISSUE

First Principle

Our fifth piece of audio fiction for September is “First Principle” written by Nancy Kress and read by Kate Baker.

 
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First published in Life on Mars: Tales from the New Frontier, edited by Jonathan Strahan.
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September 2013 ISSUE

First Principle

He was even bigger than I expected. All three of them were. Barb and I watched on the link screen as they waited for the transport bay to pressurize, as they climbed out of the rover. Dr. Langley, in his rotation as council leader, made a welcome speech. The parents managed exhausted smiles, but the [...]