Thursday, November 15, 2012

BCS, Tor, and More Great Free Fiction

Good Morning! Some very good free reading and listening this time.  More later?

At Beneath Ceaseless Skies:
      "Galanteries did invariably appear whenever one truly loved another... even, as Zéphine well knew, if that love was unwanted and inconvenient."
"Seeking The Great Raymundo" by Jamie Lackey. Fantasy.
       "“Why in the world do you want to be a magician, if that’s the life they lead?” he asked me after one particularly bloodcurdling story about an angry mother."
 At Nature: "Let Slip the Dogs" by William T. Vandemark. Speculative Fiction.
     "A small crowd gathers. Someone tosses a bottle. As it arcs through the air, an AI built into an auto-turret atop the kiosk assesses the risk. The bottle shatters in the street."

At "How to Make a Triffid" by Kelly Lagor. Science Fiction.
     "a chilling tale of science, science fiction, and how we break."

Flash Fiction
  • At Daily Science Fiction: "Nevermore" by Renee Carter Hall. Science Fiction.
  • At Eschatology : "Butcher's Block" by Laura Mock. Horror.
  • At Flashes in the Dark: "Cherry Lollipops" by Michael A. Kechula. Horror.
  • At 365 Tomorrows: "Brave Old World" by Bob Newbell. Science Fiction.
  • Audio Flash at Beware the Hairy Mango: "Sexoskeleton" Weird.
Audio Fiction
At Beneath Ceaseless Skies: "They Make of You a Monster" by Damien Walters Grintalis. Fantasy.
      "By the time they snap her fifth finger, she doesn't have the strength to struggle anymore."

At Fantastic Worlds of Edgar Rice Burroughs Episode 03 - The Return of Tarzan. Adventure.
      "Tarzan, while sailing across the Atalantic on an ocean liner, has now twice thwarted the evil Nicholas Rokoff and his henchman Paulvich."

OTR at Relic Radio: CBS Radio Mystery Theater - "The Tell-Tale Heart" by Edgar Allan Poe. Horror.
      Classic Poe story adapted for radio in 1975.

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