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September 2016 ISSUE

Toward the Luminous Towers

Our fifth podcast for September is “Toward the Luminous Towers” written by Bogi Takács and read by Kate Baker.

 
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September 2016 ISSUE

The Opposite and the Adjacent

Our fourth podcast for September is “The Opposite and the Adjacent” written by Liu Yang and read by Kate Baker.

 
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Originally published in Chinese in Micro SF, December 2014.
 
Translated and published in partnership with Storycom.

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September 2016 ISSUE

The Green Man Cometh

Our third podcast for September is “The Green Man Cometh” written by Rich Larson and read by Kate Baker.

 
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September 2016 ISSUE

Aphrodite's Blood, Decanted

Our second podcast for September is “Aphrodite’s Blood, Decanted” written by Jennifer Campbell-Hicks and read by Kate Baker.

 
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September 2016 ISSUE

The Despoilers

Sometimes Allegra had to get away from the dying man. Inevitably her steps brought her to Destiny. The lander stood in a field of high grass, the last unnatural thing on 51 PegesiD. Of course, the dying man would say Allegra herself must stop challenging the natural order. Wind moved the grass in purple waves, [...]

September 2016 ISSUE

The Despoilers

Our first podcast for September is “The Despoilers” written by Jack Skillingstead and read by Kate Baker.

 
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September 2016 ISSUE

The Green Man Cometh

Eris was kicked back doing some work on her glitchy left arm, tweaking the artinerves she didn’t have the cash to replace, when a fist pounded against her cab window. She startled; the hairpin she’d been using slipped into the wrong socket and her spidery metal hand flailed wild. Staticky pain flared through her arm [...]

September 2016 ISSUE

The Opposite and the Adjacent

Just like that the lonely ship appeared before us: an enormous ovoid, scarred with great cracks and fissures, as if having given way under the awesome power of some great unknown force. Despite having long since lost all means of propulsion, inertia and gravity had conspired to carry it within range of our observation station [...]

September 2016 ISSUE

Aphrodite's Blood, Decanted

The Factory remembered the people.
First came the ones who built his framework of metal and wood. They filled him with machines to bottle wine and installed the operating system that evolved into what he thought of as me. They built other factories, and warehouses, too, pressed against each other along both sides of the river.
Then [...]

September 2016 ISSUE

Toward the Luminous Towers

Liicha is singing an old song, his wheedly tenor not a match for the lush contralto of the original recording. And we shall soar, hand in hand, through the night sky . . . His voice grinds against the walls of the transporter, creates unwelcome resonances and echoes. Invisible fingernails scratching steel.
Liicha is a kind person, the best [...]