Elegy by Charles Beaumont

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Elegy - ILLUSTRATION from  Imagination, February, 1953
Elegy by Charles Beaumont

Elegy, by Charles Beaumont, is available over on Gutenberg.org and that means it’s in the PUBLIC DOMAIN. This short story, by the legendary Charles Beaumont, was adapted as an episode of The Twilight Zone. That’s how I found it, and that’s why it was produced as an audiobook for Tom Elliot’s The Twilight Zone Podcast. But before I detail that let me first offer you this handy |PDF| version.

Here’s the audiobook:

The Twilight Zone PodcastElegy
By Charles Beaumont; Read by Jim Moon
1 |MP3| – Approx. 43 Minutes [UNABRIDGED]
Podcaster: The Twilight Zone Podcast
Podcast: June 27, 2011
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It was an impossible situation: an asteroid in space where no asteroid should have been—with a city that could only have existed back on Earth! First published in Imagination, February 1953.

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And here’s The Twilight Zone adaptation:

And here‘s Tom Elliot’s podcast review of the TZ adaptation |MP3|.

Posted by Jesse Willis

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2 thoughts to “Elegy by Charles Beaumont”

  1. Wonderful!! Thanks for the head’s up, I’m listening as I type this. Beaumont was amazing. I guess you know about the documentary “The Short Life of Twilight Zone’s Magic Man”?

  2. I’ve seen the trailer for The Short Life of Twilight Zone’s Magic Man and posted about it, but have not seen the actual documentary yet.

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