Jul 05

Synthetic Voices Episode #6 – Selections from June 2012

This month’s SF stories are a bit… eclectic!  Plus, a big passel of gruesome horror stories for those with darker tastes.

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Jun 10

Synthetic Voices Episode #5 – Selections from May 2012

So many wonderful stories this month!  Plus, we have some new markets represented on the podcast this time!

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May 31

Synthetic Voices Episode #4 – “The Beasts in the Void” Fiction Reading

This is a special episode containing some golden age science fiction read by yours truly. Personally I love old pulpy fiction stories and there is an absolute TROVE of them over at Project Gutenburg, which collects literature that has fallen into the public domain. I plan to supplement the regular fiction suggestions with these little audio tidbits, read by either me or another Librivox volunteer.

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This month’s story is “The Beasts in the Void” by Paul W. Fairman (Gutenburg Link). It was first featured in Imagination Science Fiction in April of 1956.

W. E. Terry’s wonderful illustration:

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May 15

Synthetic Voices Episode #3 – Selections from April 2012

The last month had a LOT of great fiction to choose from, so let’s jump right into the featured stories!

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Apr 01

Synthetic Voices Episode #2 – Selections from March 2012

March was kind of a mixed bag for me.  I actually stopped in the middle of a few stories, which I rarely do even once most months.  That said, I still found a number of stories that I’m sure will light up those creative parts of your brain.  Plus there’s alien monkeys and an old-timey rocket story.  Enjoy!

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