“England under the White Witch” by Theodora Goss is the latest Clarkesworld Magazine story to be added to our podcast. You can listen to it now, subscribe to our podcast (free), read it online (also free), or pick it up in the ebook edition of the current issue.
It’s the middle of the month and that means a new podcast. This time around we have "Three Oranges" by D. Elizabeth Wasden. Check out the episode here, text version here, or subscribe to our podcast here.
In other news, I finished work on the ebook editions of four more vintage issues of Clarkesworld:
Issue 20 – Catherynne M. Valente, Garth Upshaw (Amazon, B&N, Direct)
Issue 19 – Jeffrey Ford, Jeremiah Sturgill (Amazon, B&N, Direct)
Issue 18 – Jay Lake, Stephen Dedman (Amazon, B&N, Direct)
Issue 17 – Stephen Graham Jones, Alexander Lumans (Amazon, B&N, Direct)
The mid-month Clarkesworld Magazine podcast features "Messenger" by Julia M Sidorova, an alternate view of the story of Christ. After posting yesterday about controversial stories, it occurred to me that this story might be another one that ruffles some feathers.
Anyhow, I hope you enjoy this one. If your having fun listening to our fiction, why not subscribe to the feed so you don’t miss any of them.
Our mid-month Clarkesworld podcast features "The Association of the Dead" by Rahul Kanakia. You can read the story here, listen here, or subscribe to our podcast and never have to be reminded by me again.
The Clarkesworld podcast is now featuring the audio version of "My Father’s Singularity" by Brenda Cooper. Enjoy!
For those of you who prefer your fiction in audio form, both Nebula-nominated short stories from Clarkesworld are available for download or by subscribing to our podcast.
By the way, a big thank you to all of you that have emailed, IM’ed, or commented with congratulations.