Sunday, November 4, 2012

Farmer, Sheckley, Lovecraft, and More.

A few more goodies to finish off the weekend. Some good audio fiction and written fiction today as well as a bit more.

 [Art from The Heroes of Asgard linked below]

At Philippine Genre Stories: "The Proper Princess Protocols" by Kate Osias. Fantasy.
     "What To Do When Meeting Your Princely Husband For The First Time: 1. Smile adorably, even if you’re being jerked out of a pit with coarse rope. 2. Don’t correct him, when he claims his chicken is a phoenix."

Flash Fiction
At 365 Tomorrows: "Specimen 459" by Melinda Chapman. Science Fiction.

Via Pixel of Ink
At Free eBooks Daily.
At Smashwords:

Audio Fiction
At Beam Me Up: Episode# 338 Trathh – The Sequel – Dave Scholes
      "a continuation of Dave Scholes “Trathh” story arc.  This week is Trath the Sequel, which, believe it or not, it better than the first installment!  Dave is really getting into the swing with his ancient, near godlike characters from a long dead civilization."

At Fantastic Worlds of Edgar Rice Burroughs: "Episode 28 (Final) - Tarzan of the Apes" Adventure.
     "Tarzan has followed Jane Porter to her mother’s farm in Wisconsin, where he has rescued her from a forest fire raging nearby. Now he has returned her to her Father and John Clayton"

At Internet Archive:
At Internet Archive: "They Twinkled like Jewels" by Philip Jose Farmer. Science Fiction.
     "Crane didn't get the nice man's name—until it was far too late to do anything at all about it."

At LibriVox: "Watchbird" by Robert Sheckley. Science Fiction.
     3 Robert Sheckley short stories. In "Watchbird," the question "can machines solve human problems?" is answered. "Warrior Race" drops us into an alien race of warriors who fight in a way you will never be able to imagine until you listen. And "Beside Still Waters" is a gentle story that shows us a man who really wants to get away from it all.

Old Time Radio
At Relic Radio: The Witch's Tale - "The Haunted Crossroads" Horror.

Other Genres
Fiction at Project GutenbergThe Heroes of Asgard by Annie Keary and E. Keary. Mythology. 1909.
Flash Fiction at Every Day Story: "Vegetarian" by Wilma Bernard.


jesse said...

Dave we're going to do a podcast with David Stiefel about THE TARZAN audiobook - you want to participate?

Dave Tackett said...

Thanks Jesse, hopefully you got my e-mail.