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Welcome to Imagitopia, a world where imagination knows no bounds. Follow our heroes as they embark on epic quests to subvert tropes and battle magical, otherworldly forces. 
 
Imagitopia is a weekly fantasy fiction podcast and digital magazine produced by Android Press. We strive to transport our listeners and readers to new worlds and inspire them to create stories of their own. Become an Imaginarian and join us on our journey as we explore the limitless possibilities of fantasy.
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Welcome to Imagitopia, a world where imagination knows no bounds. Follow our heroes as they embark on epic quests to subvert tropes and battle magical, otherworldly forces. 
 
Imagitopia is a weekly fantasy fiction podcast and digital magazine produced by Android Press. We strive to transport our listeners and readers to new worlds and inspire them to create stories of their own. Become an Imaginarian and join us on our journey as we explore the limitless possibilities of fantasy.
imagitopiapod.com

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    Episode 004: Flash Fiction Trio

    Episode 004: Flash Fiction Trio

    In Episode 004 of the Imagitopia podcast, host Justine Norton-Kertson reads a trio of fantasy flash fiction stories that, while seemingly different, share some common themes that bring the stories together. Our stories this week are:
    "The Pool of Rim"
    by Aaron Emmel
    First published in Æther/Ichor digital magazine’s Solstice 2019 edition.
    Aaron’s stories have appeared in Fireside Magazine, Daily Science Fiction, Apparition Lit and many other excellent magazines and anthologies. He also writes essays, graphic novels and interactive fiction.
    Aaron's Website
    Threads: @aaronjemmel
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    "The Greenmarket Witch"
    by Lorraine Schein
    First published in The Fairy Tale Magazine in the Summer of 2021. 
    Lorraine Schein is a New York writer and poet. Her work has appeared in VICE Terraform, Strange Horizons, Scientific American, NewMyths and Michigan Quarterly, and in the anthologies Wild Women and Tragedy Queens: Stories Inspired by Lana del Rey & Sylvia Plath. The Futurist’s Mistress, her poetry book, is available from Mayapple Press. Her latest book, The Lady Anarchist Cafe, is out now from Autonomedia.
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    "Small Magics"
    by Juliet Kemp
    First published in Flash Fiction Online in September 2020. 
    Juliet Kemp (they/them) is a queer, non-binary, writer. They live in London by the river, with their partners, kid, and dog. The first book of their fantasy series, The Deep And Shining Dark was on the Locus 2018 Recommended Reads list; the fourth and final book, The City Revealed came out in 2023. Their short fiction has appeared in venues including Uncanny, Analog, and Cast of Wonders, and they were short-listed for the WSFA Small Press Award in 2020 and 2023.
    When not writing or child-wrangling, Juliet knits, indulges their fountain pen habit, and tries to fit an ever-increasing number of plants into a microscopic back garden. They can be found on Twitter as @julietk and on Mastodon as @juliet@zirk.us.
    Imagitopia is a production of Android Press.
    Produced and hosted by Justine Norton-Kertson.

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    • 30 min
    Episode 003: The Forest is a Dancer; The Fan Who Wasn't There

    Episode 003: The Forest is a Dancer; The Fan Who Wasn't There

    This week we have two stories that are a bit shorter, about 1,500 words a piece. The first, in honor of Earth Day, is a climate fiction slipstream story titled, "The Forest is a Dancer" by Lynne Sargent. The second is a ghost story from William Shaw titled, "The Fan Who Wasn't There."
    AUTHOR BIOS
    Lynne Sargent is a writer, aerialist, and holds a Ph.D in Applied Philosophy. They are the poetry editor at Utopia Science Fiction magazine. Their work has been nominated for Rhysling, Elgin, and Aurora Awards, and has appeared in venues such as Augur Magazine, Strange Horizons, and Daily Science Fiction. Their work has also been supported through the Ontario Arts Council. To find out more visit them at scribbledshadows.wordpress.com.
    William Shaw is a writer from Sheffield, currently living in the USA. His writing has appeared in Strange Horizons, Daily Science Fiction, and The Georgia Review. You can find his blog at https://williamshawwriter.wordpress.com/ and his Bluesky at @williamshaw.bsky.social.
    Imagitopia podcast is a production of Android Press, and is produced and hosted by Justine Norton-Kertson.

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    • 30 min
    Episode 002 - A Bit of Both

    Episode 002 - A Bit of Both

    Welcome to Imagitopia, a world where imagination knows no bounds. Follow our heroes as they embark on epic quests to subvert tropes and battle magical, otherworldly forces. Imagitopia is a weekly fantasy fiction podcast and digital magazine produced by Android Press. We strive to transport our listeners and readers to new worlds and inspire them to create stories of their own. Become an Imaginarian and join us on our journey as we explore the limitless possibilities of fantasy.
    In Episode 002, we bring you "A Bit of Both" by Helen Glynn Jones, originally published in THE REBEL DIARIES, editied and published by Sacha Black.

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    • 28 min
    Episode 001 - The Mechanist's Daughter

    Episode 001 - The Mechanist's Daughter

    Welcome to Imagitopia, a world where imagination knows no bounds. Follow our heroes as they embark on epic quests to subvert tropes and battle magical, otherworldly forces. Imagitopia is a weekly fantasy fiction podcast and digital magazine produced by Android Press. We strive to transport our listeners and readers to new worlds and inspire them to create stories of their own. Become an Imaginarian and join us on our journey as we explore the limitless possibilities of fantasy.
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    • 35 min

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