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Nov 25, 2007

This week's story isn't so much a science fiction story as it is a science fiction convention story.  It's related.  Don't argue with me, I'm the author.  It's read by the wonderful Marie B of the Postmodern Geek's Guide to Sex.

Promo for Space Casey.

Theme music is "Blue Orgone" by Rubber Band Banjo.  "Talk Nerdy to...

Nov 18, 2007

This week's story is a fanfic set in Metamor City.  I'm going a little deeper into some of my own fetishistic fantasies here, so I understand if this one seems a bit weirder than usual.

Incidental music is Beethoven's Moonlight Sonata performed by Mario Ajero.

Promo for Serve It Cold.

Theme music is "Blue Orgone" by

Nov 11, 2007

This week's story is read by me. If you're one of those listeners who doesn't like a male reader, this is one of the shows you'll want to skip.

If you're not, then please enjoy.

Incidental music for this podcast is from Intelect and Ax, along with the theme music from Rubber Band Banjo, all of which come from the

Nov 4, 2007

Today's story is "Show Me" written by yours truly and performed by Paul Fischer and Martha Holloway of Dancing Cat Studios.

I give a mini-review of Creatures of the Night, a new ebook and audiobook short story collection edited by Violet Blue.

Theme music is Blue Orgone by Rubber Band Banjo.  Interlude music is...