Here’s Julie Hoverson’s reading of Jack London’s A Thousand Deaths, it was the first published story that London was paid for – and it’s Science Fiction. Julie recorded it for us 113 years after it’s first publication (in May 1899) and she did it specifically for your (and my) pleasure. This is a story that really deserves to be heard (and read).
A Thousand Deaths will also be the subject of an upcoming readalong!
Thanks so much Julie!
And here’s a print friendly |PDF|.
Posted by Jesse Willis
- The SFFaudio Podcast #173 – AUDIOBOOK/READALONG: A Thousand Deaths by Jack London
- The Flying Cuspidors by V.R. Francis
- Of Withered Apples by Philip K. Dick
- Commentary: The Story Of A Story – a 1917 editorial about the publication of Jack London’s first story (1899)
- The Dreams In The Witch House by H.P. Lovecraft
- Protecting Project Pulp: That Spot by Jack London