The Cull by Robert Reed
The Cull (AUDIO VERSION) by Robert Reed, read by Kate Baker
Paper Cradle by Stephen Gaskell
On the 15th of September, our podcast will feature Paper Cradle by Stephen Gaskell
The Kindle edition of this issue will be available from Amazon later this week, but EPUB (Sony/Apple/Nook/etc.) and MOBI (Kindle/Mobipocket) are available now from the Wyrm Publishing ebookstore.
|Clarkesworld June 2010
Now available on the Kindle!
Futures in the Memories Market by Nina Kiriki Hoffman
Futures in the Memories Market (AUDIO VERSION) by Nina Kiriki Hoffman, read by Kate Baker
My Father’s Singularity by Brenda Cooper
On the 15th of June, our podcast will feature My Father’s Singularity by Brenda Cooper. We’ll also have a special podcast surprise for you this month.
The Kindle edition of this issue will be available later this week.
A Jar of Goodwill by Tobias S. Buckell
A Jar of Goodwill (AUDIO VERSION) by Tobias S. Buckell, read by Kate Baker
A Sweet Calling by Tony Pi
On the 15th of May, our podcast will feature A Sweet Calling by Tony Pi.
The Kindle edition of this issue will be available early next week.
I’ve been to Boskone a few times and have always had a great time there. This year will be a little different for me. It’s the first time I’m attending as a program participant. I’ve been on the program at several conventions now, but I still have a hard time wrapping my mind around it. It’s just… weird.
Here’s my schedule:
Friday 8pm Harbor 3: How is the Internet Changing What We Read?
Scott Andrews, Neil Clarke, Justine Graykin (m), James Patrick Kelly, Teresa Nielsen Hayden
Saturday 1pm Lewis: The Market(s) for Short Fiction
Neil Clarke (m), Elaine Isaak, Alexander Jablokov, James Patrick Kelly
Magazines, anthologies, the web? Find out where the short stuff sells, and how to get a piece of the action.
Sunday 10am Harbor 3: 25 Things I Learned from SF
Ginjer Buchanan, Neil Clarke, Michael F. Flynn, Lawrence M. Schoen, Steven H Silver (m)
Sunday 11am Lewis: SF/F/H Sites to See (Before You Die): E Publishing and Online Media
Scott Andrews (m), Neil Clarke, James Patrick Kelly
More on the electronic market for short fiction – but also discusses other on- line resources (for readers, writers, and fans) available on the information superhighway…..
Hope to see some of you there!