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Rick Klaw and Paul O. Miles read "Penny a Word" from the Cross Plains
Universe
anthology.

In celebration of the 2006 World Fantasy Conference in Austin and all its hooplah surrounding Robert E. Howard, RevolutionSF presents a series of related readings. All were recorded (fairly badly) at Austin's Armadillocon 2006.
 
Direct download: Penny_a_Word-1.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:51am EDT


Chris Nakashima-Brown reads "The Bunker of the Tikriti" from the
Cross Plains Universe anthology.

In celebration of the 2006 World Fantasy Conference in Austin and all its hooplah surrounding Robert E. Howard, RevolutionSF presents a series of related readings. All were recorded (fairly badly) at Austin's Armadillocon 2006.
 
Direct download: Bunker_of_the_Tikriti.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:49am EDT


Mark Finn reads a chapter from his Howard biography, Blood and
Thunder
, released November 2006 from MonkeyBrain Books.

In celebration of the 2006 World Fantasy Conference in Austin and all its hooplah surrounding Robert E. Howard, RevolutionSF presents a series of related readings. All were recorded (fairly badly) at Austin's Armadillocon 2006.
 
Direct download: Blood_and_Thunder.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 10:45am EDT

 
Austin, Texas, 1 August 2006: 15 writers, 30 minutes.

Even with a few no-shows, that still meant no more than two minutes per. Give a listen to hear how it went.

Presented by Space Squid magazine and RevolutionSF.com.
 
Direct download: SquidRead.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:20am EDT


There are worse jobs than food service.

"Primary Pollinator" (c) 2006 Nicole Kimberling. Originally printed in Space Squid Issue 2. Produced for RevolutionSF Radio by Sleng Teng Recording. Read by the author.

About the Author: Nicole Kimberling was born in Scottsbluff, Nebraska, and brought up in Northern Colorado. After nearly two decades of retail and restaurant work she decided to attend the Clarion East writer's workshop. Recent publications include Electric Velocipede and Redjack Press' Medicine Show anthology. Nicole, who is married to the artist Dawn Kimberling, currently resides in Bellingham, Washington.

About the Producers: Sleng Teng Recording (slengteng@gmail.com) is run by Patrick Gay and Kevin Crow out of a former metal foundry building in the heart of Bellingham, Washington's beautiful "Wood 'Hood." Armed with equipment and philosophies both old and new, Sleng Teng provides a relaxed and informal environment for capturing musical ideas quickly and cheaply. They will work for beer.

Tell us what you think! Discuss this story in the RevolutionSF Fiction Forum.

Direct download: Primary_Pollinator.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:30am EDT


It's been 11 years. Do you know where your child is? 

Patrice Sarath is a fantasy writer in Austin, Texas. Her short stories have appeared in Year's Best Fantasy 3, Alfred Hitchcock Mystery Magazine, Black Gate, and Realms of Fantasy, among other publications. She is a member of the Cryptopolis writer's group in Austin, Texas. 

"Into the Dark" was first published in Realms of Fantasy, 2002. Original podcast produced for Space Squid zine. (c) 2002 Patrice Sarath. 

Read by the author.

Tell us what you think! Discuss this story in the RevolutionSF Fiction Forum.
 
Direct download: IntoDark.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 9:48am EDT