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June 2018 ISSUE

Heron of Earth

This episode features “Heron of Earth” written by Vajra Chandrasekera. Published in the June 2018 issue of Clarkesworld Magazine and read by Kate Baker.

The text version of this story can be found at:
http://clarkesworldmagazine.com/chandrasekera_06_18

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June 2018 ISSUE

Heron of Earth

They never gave her a name; when she needs one she names and renames herself after the birds she sees from the watchtower, the birds she sees in the forest, whichever most recently caught her eye or arrow. When the seabirds are flying, when she’s riding the moment like air, she signs the telegraph as [...]

April 2017 ISSUE

Left of Bang: Preemptive Self-Actualization for Autonomous Systems

Our third podcast for April is “Left of Bang: Preemptive Self-Actualization for Autonomous Systems” written by Vajra Chandrasekera and read by Kate Baker.

 
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April 2017 ISSUE

Left of Bang: Preemptive Self-Actualization for Autonomous Systems

My wrists are my weakest juncture, an enervated air-gap between myself and my aching hands orphaned on their far side. When I go over the railing, I clutch at it desperately and my disconnected hands briefly take my whole weight, and I gasp because I think they won’t work and I’ll fall and then like [...]

July 2013 ISSUE

Pockets Full of Stones

The ghost of my grandfather Rais flickered when he talked about first contact. He was a decade younger than me now, unwrinkled and black-haired, far from grandfatherly.
Beside me, Hadil gestured for a pause. My grandfather’s ghost stopped talking, his features losing expression. The rich brown of his skin faded, became ghostlier, as the imago switched [...]

July 2013 ISSUE

Pockets Full of Stones

Our first piece of audio fiction for July is “Pockets Full of Stones” written by Vajra Chandrasekera and read by Kate Baker.

 
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