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June 2017 ISSUE

An Account of the Sky Whales

This episode features “An Account of the Sky Whales” written by A Que and translated by Andy Dudak. Publishing in the the June issue of Clarkesworld Magazine and read by Kate Baker.

Text of this story can be found at: http://clarkesworldmagazine.com/mille…

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June 2017 ISSUE

The Ways Out

Our fourth podcast for June is “The Ways Out” written by Sam J. Miller and read by Kate Baker.
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June 2017 ISSUE

Neptune's Trident

Our third podcast for June is “Neptune’s Trident” written by Nina Allan and read by Kate Baker.
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June 2017 ISSUE

My Dear, Like the Sky and Stars and Sun

Our second podcast for June is “My Dear, Like the Sky and Stars and Sun” written by Julia K. Patt and read by Kate Baker.
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June 2017 ISSUE

Fool's Cap

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Beadith stood on the beach and watched her shuttle burn for orbit, then blossom white and fall smoking from the sky. She felt she’d seen this before, wondered at it before, and when the concussion shoved her back, slipping on the rocks, this also seemed familiar. But the moment of déjà vu passed. The meteor [...]

June 2017 ISSUE

My Dear, Like the Sky and Stars and Sun

Elspeth keeps her shop in the outer rim—in the circle most distant from the center-city—in a neighborhood no one knows. It squats in the shade of two sagging apartment buildings full of senior citizens and recovering addicts, and across the street from warring Greek and Turkish restaurants. Most days, the neighborhood ignores her and her [...]

June 2017 ISSUE

Neptune's Trident

The submarines were gone, had been gone for years. Officially they had been destroyed, torpedoed in the North Atlantic during the first six months of the clampdown, though Caitlin allowed herself to believe that someday they would come home, streaming nose to tail up the firth like salmon nearing their spawning grounds. If the subs [...]

June 2017 ISSUE

The Ways Out

Surveillance Clip S643/R57.D001 [File Uploaded]
Human Agent Summary
When the boys arrive, Subject 643 stops skating and sits down on her board. Five of them, in her age range (ten to twelve). Facial scans confirm they have not yet given any cause for suspicion of potential strategic interest to the state. Subject shows clear anxiety [...]

June 2017 ISSUE

An Account of the Sky Whales

An in-flight announcement woke me as the ship entered Goliath’s atmosphere in the dead of night. I opened the window shade and was bathed in cool moonglow, which caused the middle-aged woman dozing next to me to stir briefly. I got closer to the window and looked down. A sprawling expanse of cloud layers, like [...]

June 2017 ISSUE

Fool's Cap

Our first podcast for June is “Fool’s Cap” written by Andy Dudak and read by Kate Baker.

 
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