Thursday, November 10, 2011

Free Fiction 11/10/11

Some cool freebies for today. Illustration from StarShipSofa.

@Cosmos: "Genocide Blonde" by Dirk Flinthart
The end of the world wasn't zombies. Actually, she was a blonde.
Serial Fiction
@Author's Site: "The Journals of Doctor Mormeck–Entry #25 (Mountain) and Entry #19 (Avatar)" by Jeff VandenMeer.
"have not felt like writing, even here, at the core of me, for several days. There is something about familiar routine that is comforting, and in absorbing my loss of Marty and what Gabriel has told me of how I was raised to be more human than mountain"
@Paizo: "Blood and Money -Chapter Three: Fortune Favors the Dead" by Steven Savile.
For Isra to claim that he was a master of disguise was akin to saying cash was king down in the Nightstalls, capable of buying everything from rare strains of poison to souls, either figuratively or literally depending on which gossip you listened to. It was well known that commerce was the only god worth praying to. That was the essence of the Golden City.

Audio Fiction
@LibriVox: Short Science Fiction Collection 044
  • 01 Earthmen Bearing Gifts by Fredrick Brown, read by Patrick Reinhart
  • 02 It's A Small Solar System by Allan Howard. read by Patrick Reinhart
  • 03 There Will Be School Tomorrow by V. E. Theissen, read by Philip Martin
  • 04 The Chamber of Life by G. Peyton Wertenbaker, read by Corinna Schultz
  • 05 No Pets Allowed by M.A. Cummings, read by kellyTH
  • 06 The Altar at Midnight by C.M. Kornbluth, read by Marc Kockinos
  • 07 Crossroads of Destiny by H. Beam Piper, read by litarvan
  • 08 The Gun by Philip K. Dick, read by zacklur
  • 09 The Ultimate Experiment by Thornton DeKy,read by Steve Belleguelle
  • 10 Lonesome Hearts by Russell Robert Winterbotham, read by Amy Gramour
  • 11 Dead Man's Planet by William Morrison, read by Mark Nelson
  • 12 Spacemen Never Die! by Morris Hershman, read by dmaloney
  • 13 Suzy by Watson Parker, read by Roger Melin
  • 14 The Seed of the Toc-Toc Birds, Part 1 by Francis Flagg, read by Adam Whybray
  • 15 The Seed of the Toc-Toc Birds, Part 2 by Francis Flagg, read by Adam Whybray
  • 16 Indirection by Everett B Cole, read by Kevin Green
  • 17 Security Risk by Ed M. Clinton, Jr, read by Lars Rolander
  • 18 Beyond Lies the Wub by Philip K. Dick, read by Megan Goode
  • 19 The Diamond Lens by Fitz-James O'Brien, read by Corinna Schultz
  • 20 The Untouchable by Stephen A. Kallis Jr., read by Lars Rolander
@StarShipSofa: "In the Harsh Glow of its Incandescent Beauty" by Mercurio D. Rivera, read by J.J. Campanella.
"The solar system has been made inhabitable to huamns, thanks to the technology of the alien Wergens — and all they asked for in return was our time and cooperation, because the Wergens are simply infatuated with us. Covert experiments with Wergen DNA by Maxwell and Rossi produced a drug — a love potion in all but name — which was stolen by Rossi, who used it on Max’s wife, Miranda, before fleeing with her to a colony on Triton. And Now Max has travelled there to find his love and bring her home."- Interzone.

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