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February 2017 ISSUE

Prosthetic Daughter

Our second podcast for February is “Prosthetic Daughter” written by Nin Harris and read by Kate Baker.

 
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February 2017 ISSUE

Prosthetic Daughter

Transcript #56565: Admiral Zhen-Juan’s DataStreamLog
Data theft is identity theft.
We sat through so many lectures and briefings that recycled this information. At the academy, the lecture-borgs would do their rounds from class to class every morning and before the end of the day.
It should have been enough. It wasn’t enough. Data-hacks still happened. Vanished identities, vanished [...]

November 2016 ISSUE

What the Stories Steal

The woods had claimed her husband’s mind, and left her with a husk.
In the Svieg, it was known that the killing of sacred animals led to madness, loss, or the substitution of a human life for the animal that had been slain. The animals were sometimes the Barlishya, who had emerged when the emissaries of [...]

November 2016 ISSUE

What The Stories Steal

Our first podcast for November is “What The Stories Steal” written by Nin Harris and read by Kate Baker.

 
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November 2015 ISSUE

Your Right Arm

Our second podcast for November is “Your Right Arm” written by Nin Harris and read by Kate Baker.

 
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November 2015 ISSUE

Your Right Arm

His name was Jagdeep. He did not believe in ghosts.

“Did you kill the last human?” Teng asked, her eyes avid, curiosity making her quiver. Rasakhi knew the question was inevitable, but this did not stop the sigh. Four of Teng’s hind-legs wove indigo and tan-dyed mengkuang strips into the mats that were everywhere on the [...]