New Audio Narrations – Clarkesworld & Starshipsofa!

It’s been a busy few weeks in audio narration for me.

This is very good news. I have done a few corporate presentations, a few phone greetings and I’ve turned in several poems and short stories to various e-zines and podcasting sites. 

The bad news is that I’ve come down with some sort of sickness affecting my lungs, nose and throat. I have no voice left and it feels like I’m swallowing cut glass everytime I take a drink or eat anything. Fun times. 

Regardless of my current ailment, I wanted to let you know about two great sites for which I’ve done recent audio narration. They have published in the last few days so grab some headphones and dig in. 

Starshipsofa – I read a poem called Angel Bites by Tim Pratt. I wanted to have a little fun with the narration on this one, only because everytime I read it, one of those US pharma commercials promoting some sort of miracle drug popped up in my head.  

Narration continues for upcoming podcasts with the great Tony C. Smith and SSS , as I have turned in a lot of poems and two short stories. Once my throat is better, there are two more waiting to be read.  

Clarkesworld MagazineHerding Vegetable Sheep by Ekatarina Sedia. This story was an absolute joy to read and I hope I do the story justice. This March issue also features an interview with Tobias Buckell and another story entitled The Loyalty of Birds by Rachel Sobel. Eligible for a Hugo this year in Montreal, I hope they are not only on the ballot but that they win.  This is a fantastic publication.  Support them in any way you can. 

 

Both Clarkesworld Magazine and Starshipsofa can be followed on Twitter. I highly suggest you do so. 🙂

2 thoughts on “New Audio Narrations – Clarkesworld & Starshipsofa!

  1. Vince says:

    You’re becoming famous! I listened to the Clarkesworld Magazine story, and then went and read it. I think you did a great job. I’ll have to head over to Starshipsofa now and listen to the Tim Pratt poem.

    I hope the crap you have goes away soon. Feeling yucky is… well, yucky.

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