The Devolutionist by Homer Eon Flint a free UNABRIDGED SF novel

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The Maria Lectrix podcast has just finished podcasting a complete short novel by Homer Eon Flint. The original publication date was 1921, but it was later released as half of a1965 Ace double novel. Homer Eon Flint was a promising young writer of Science Fiction, Fantasy and mystery stories when he was killed in 1924 under very mysterious circumstances.

Science Fiction Audiobook - The Devolutionist by Homer Eon FlintThe Devolutionist
By Homer Eon Flint; Read by Maureen O’Brien
10 MP3s – 3 Hours 50 Minutes [UNABRIDGED]
Podcaster: Maria Lectrix
Podcast: 2007
In this 1921 novella, four friends travel telepathically from Earth to planets in other solar systems, where they encounter strange alien societies. The story stands alone, but is the third in a series of four about travel to other planets by various means.

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Dick Dynamo The 5th Dimensional Man Podcast

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Dick Dynamo The 5th Dimensional ManDick Dynamo The 5th Dimensional Man is a new, great sounding, all original audio drama podcast featuring a giant cast of kewl weirdos. Shows come out on the 1st of every month. Two months in, two episodes in…

Episode 1: The Organic Nightmare
Episode 2: The 5 Carat Curse

Dani Cutler, our very own Audio Addict*Gregg Taylor of Decoder Ring Theatre describes Dick Dynamo like this:

“If you put Matt Helm and Roger Ramjet into the same teleporter and sent them through together, thus melding them into a single, slightly confused but cool being, then poured him into a sci-fi movie with a lot of heaving bosoms and fed everybody in sight as much ‘Captain Crunch’ as they could eat until they were buzzing like a hummingbird… That gives you a vague idea of where this one seems to be heading.”

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*Revised Apr 5th 2007

Mark Nelson reads Tom Swift and starts a podcast

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LibriVoxAmateur narrator extraordinaire Mark Nelson informs us that his latest auditory effort is already a smash hit, with downloads “off the charts.” Who knew that Tom Swift book would have such audiobook appeal? This 1961 novel comes from the 2nd series, following the adventures of Tom Swift’s son, Tom Swift Jr.. Tom Sr. engages in various kinds of research and still does a bit of inventing, which into science-fiction territory. The adventures from this series extend from the center of the Earth to the bottom of the ocean to the moon and, eventually, the outer solar system; with stops along the way at African antimatter volcanoes, lost New Guinea cities, and various wandering asteroids. You can visit this audibook through or through Mark Nelson’s new podcast! Details follow…

LibriVox - Anthem by Ayn RandTom Swift and The Visitor From Planet X
By Victor Appleton II; Read by Mark Nelson
1 Zipped Folder of MP3 Files – 4 Hours 17 Minutes [UNABRIDGED]
Publisher: LibriVox
Completed: April 2007
“Tom Swift Jr. and his associates at Swift Enterprises wait breathlessly for what may well be the most important scientific event in history—the arrival of the visitor from Planet X—a visitor in the form of energy. But there are factions at work determined to snatch the energy, which Tom has named Exman, from the young scientist-inventor’s grasp. First, a series of unexplainable, devastating earthquakes threaten to destroy a good portion of the earth, and Tom suspects the Brungarian rebels who obviously would like to capture Exman and use the space visitor to further their own evil purposes. With the security of Enterprises and Exman at stake, Tom creates two of his greatest inventions—a Quakelizor to counteract the simulated earth tremors, and a container or ‘body’ to house the energy from outer space. If the earthquakes cannot be stopped, the entire world will be threatened by destruction, and the Brungarian forces will conquer the earth. How Tom utilizes all his scientific knowledge to produce swift-action results and outwit the Brungarians makes one of the most exciting Tom Swift adventures to date.”

SciPodBooks PodcastThe SciPodBooks podcast, is the new podcasting arm of amateur audiobook narrating legend Mark Nelson. Each week a new chapter from one of Mark’s audiobooks will be in the feed. You’ll find readings of tales by such SF legends as H. Beam Piper, Andre Norton, Lafcadio Hearne, and William F. Harvey.

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Paul Melko’s The Walls Of The Universe on Beam Me Up

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Podcast - Beam Me UpBeam Me Up, our favorite New England radio show, has wrapped up a reading of Paul Melko‘s Hugo and Nebula award nominated novella The Walls Of The Universe.

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|Show 46 MP3 |Show 47 MP3| Show 48 MP3| Show 49 MP3| Show 50 MP3|

Melko says the story is “about a man who finds himself lost in a series of universes, unable to get back to his own.”

The Walls Of The Universe by Paul MelkoThe Walls Of The Universe
By Paul Melko; Read by Paul Cole
Podcaster: Beam Me Up
Podcast: 2007

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More from humourous SF from Mr. Ron’s podcast

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Podcast - Mister Ron's BasementMr. Ron of the Mister Ron’s Basement podcast, inspired by his love of SF and comedy has plenty more fantastic humor fiction in the works. Recently completed is his reading of an obscure 1904 tale that adapts what sounds like an early SETI project finding to fictional effect. Mr. Ron describes it like this: “While the SF aspect of it is a bit primitive, Viele’s story manages
to convey a balance of humor, social commentary, and even poetic
illustration at the end.”
Episodes #705, 706, 707, 708 form all four parts of this reading. Get them by subscribing to the podcast or individually, details follow…

The Girl From Mercury by HERMAN KNICKERBOCKER VIELÉThe Girl From Mercury
By Herman Knickerbocker Viele; Read by Ron Evry
4 MP3 – Approx. 57 Minutes [UNABRIDGED]
Podcaster: Mister Ron’s Basement
Podcast: April 2007
Being the Interpretation of Certain Phonic Vibragraphs Recorded by the Long’s Peak Wireless Installation, Now for the First Time Made Public Through the Courtesy of Professor Caducious, Ph.D., Sometime Secretary of the Boulder Branch of the Association for the Advancement of Interplanetary Communication.

|Part 1 MP3|Part 2 MP3|Part 3 MP3|Part 4 MP3|

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