50 episodes

AntipodeanSF Radio Show is devoted to the regular weekly presentation of fabulous and original science-fiction, fantasy, or horror mini-stories of about 500 words each.

AntipodeanSF Ion Newcombe

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    • 5.0 • 5 Ratings

AntipodeanSF Radio Show is devoted to the regular weekly presentation of fabulous and original science-fiction, fantasy, or horror mini-stories of about 500 words each.

    Arago

    Arago

    Featured in Arago:
    The Author - by Chris Karageorge
    Food Prints - by AE Reiff

    • 25 min
    Arachne

    Arachne

    Stories in Arachne:
    Hotel de Mort - by Emma Gill
    A Winged Bug's Pain - by Sele Hanakusa - translated by Toshiya Kamei - narrated Laurie Bell
    Christmas Cheer - by Stephanie Koorey

    • 28 min
    Arabis

    Arabis

    Stories in Arabis:
    Buchstabensuppe - by Tony Owens - narrated by Marg Essex
    Content - by Ashley Cracknell
    For More Options, Press 9 - by Myna Chang - narrated by Sarah Pratt

    • 30 min
    Arabia

    Arabia

    Stories in Arabia:
    The Hot Equations - by Simon Petrie - narrated by Barry Yedvobnick
    Drowning - by Chris Karageorge
    Tribunal on the Misuse of Swords and Knives - by Len Baglow + Nathanial Holdsworth

    • 30 min
    Arabella

    Arabella

    Stories in Arabella:
    Smoking - By Kyosuke Higuchi - Translated by Toshiya Kamei - narrated by Sarah Jane Justice
    Famous Last Words - by Chad Bolling
    A Ring in the Stars - by Callan J Mulligan
    What We Are - by James Patrik

    • 31 min
    Ara

    Ara

    In this show:
    Hope is a Dangerous Thing - by Laurie Bell
    UFO - by Steven Fritz - narrated by David Savolaine
    Mercury - by Brian Biswas

    • 35 min

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5 Ratings

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Excellent stories well presented no unnecessary hype or self congratulation

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Short speculative fiction from the antipodes

A weekly podcast related to the Antipodean Speculative Fiction website, which features stories (mostly flash fiction of approximately 500 words but occasionally something longer), speculative fiction news (mostly Australian) and reviews of various books and movies (as well as a healthy dose of mainly electronica music).

I like this podcast a lot. It has a wide variety of stories (with the usual mix of quality) and gives exposure to a variety of authors that you wouldn't otherwise get to read. The editor and presenter Ion Newcombe obviously loves the genre and publishes around 10 stories each month - two or three get read out in each podcast (often by the authors themselves).

(One of my favourite parts of the podcast is the sign off music, which is usually a digitised version of music by the Victor Herbert Orchestra taken off wax cylinders recorded in the early 1900s. Fantastic stuff!)

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