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Astounding Stories
September 16, 2009 3:13 PM   Subscribe

StarShipSofa (previously) celebrates it's 100th issue as a podcast science fiction magazine with StarShipSofa Stories volume 1, an anthology of stories previously podcasted by StarShipSofa, available either as a POD book from Lulu or as a free e-book download, featuring the likes of Michael Moorcock, Peter Watts, Gene Wolfe, Joe R Lansdale, Alastair Reynolds, and Elizabeth Bear.
posted by Artw (7 comments total) 6 users marked this as a favorite

 
I love their stories. Perfect for long drives or long runs. Another great (free) Science Fiction podcaster out there is Escape Pod.
posted by brenton at 4:40 PM on September 16, 2009


Nice to see the Sofa on the blue!
posted by arcticwoman at 5:43 PM on September 16, 2009


cognitive speedbump
posted by intermod at 8:38 PM on September 16, 2009


Thanks, Mr. 0 posts. You arealmost worth the oxygen you consume.
posted by Artw at 10:53 PM on September 16, 2009


StarShipSofa Aural Delights No 100
posted by fearfulsymmetry at 3:52 AM on September 17, 2009


Frequently great content, and I am amazed at the material Tony Smith has gotten permission to podcast over the years, though he really gets on my nerves sometimes when he rambles on too long, laughs a little too crazily, or claims for the hundredth time that he would have done so much better in school if he's just had [the person reading the current podcast's science fact essay] for a teacher instead of the dry old jerks he did have. But this is one of the few podcasts I am subscribed to that I actually keep up with.
posted by aught at 8:49 AM on September 17, 2009


he rambles on too long,

I had to take a sabbatical after one too many dog stories. Just dip back in now when it's an author I really fancy reading / hearing.

Though the awards specials he's done have been awesome. First time I've ever read / heard all the entries for the Hugo etc.
posted by fearfulsymmetry at 2:09 AM on September 18, 2009


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