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Readings: excerpt from “Stardance,” by S & J; “Options” by John Varley.
Music: “Cottontail,” by Ella Fitzgerald with Duke Ellington’s Orchestra; “Sweet Marajuana Brown,” by Joe Thomas with the Barney Bigard Sextet and Art Tatum; “Muggles” by Louis Armstrong; “Pak Alit” by Colin Mac Donald.
Sounds and sweet airs by Amiri Baraka with Air, Stan Getz & Kenny Barron, Graham Nash, Todd Butler, Michael Friedman, Breeze Cayolle, Doug Cox & Salil Bhatt with John Boutté, and Colin Mac Donald.
Spider has so much good music backed up inside him, he's about to explode.
Spider’s podcast is well in its second successful year of mixing audio science fiction, science fact, and other spoken-word shenanigans, with some of the best music you’ve never heard before.
• Every other podcast will specialize in short science fiction by authors like John Varley, Fred Pohl, Robert Heinlein, Davids Gerrold and Palmer, and Cory Doctorow, all read aloud by this year’s Earphones Award winner, Spider; • Alternating podcasts will specialize in rare and astonishing sounds from around the world by the likes of Crosby & Nash, Darrell Scott, Amos Garrett, Todd Butler, John Boutté, Doug Cox, Vishwa Mohan Bhatt, and others including Spider himself.
This week I'll read you an excerpt from my novel TIME PRESSURE, part of the LIFEHOUSE TRILOGY set in Nova Scotia at the end of the 60's.
"Magic," by Greg Stephens "Clearly," by Steve Robson 15: 30 "Legacy of Ariast," by Jeffrey Stephens "The Pinch," by Melissa Tepperman Podshops created as Vancouver Public Library's Writer In Residence. Music by Spider, Chris Coon, Matt Maxwell, Mike & Monique Creber, Sligo Rags, Rubbicco Family, Gary Bartz & Kenny Barron, Gonzalo Rubalcaba Trio, Jennifer Scott & Rene Worst, Treasa Levasseur, Colin Mac Donald.
Readings: two classic Frederik Pohl stories, “Day Million” and “We Purchased People.” The latter requires at least 6 X’s in its warning, and maybe a Not For The Squeamish too.
Music: opening and closing tracks “EGF Receptor 20 (671-998)” and “Human Phospholipase A2-11A,” by God, interpreted by Dr.
I'd really like to open this week with a live interview with my wife, the successful zero-gravity choreographer who has just come back from a trip to heaven at the end of the year 07.
Sadly, she has begged off -- she's still in the middle of doing interviews for news media, dance media, science fiction media, and she's really beginning to hear herself answer the same questions over and over again.
Because of one particular person's desire to rise up -- my wife Jeanne -- I'm packing to go to Las Vegas.