Science Ficition The Best Of The Year 2007 – 3 FREE AUDIO STORIES

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Science Ficition The Best Of The Year 2007The 320 page Science Ficition The Best Of The Year 2007 Edition anthology has been out since last spring. It contains 12 works of short fiction (short stories, novellas, etc.) that were originally published in 2006. But unlike with the 2006 edition, the publisher, Wildside Books, and the editor, Rich Horton, haven’t managed to secure an audio edition. But that doesn’t mean we can’t listen to at least some of the stories.

Check these out:

Escape PodHesperia And Glory
By Ann Leckie; Read by Frank Key
1 |MP3| – [UNABRIDGED]
Podcaster: Escape Pod
Podcast: November 2007
“…unassumingly written in Victorian style at the start, quickly evokes the glory days of pulp sf adventure in the spirit of Edgar Rice Burroughs. Here, we are told a secondhand, heroic account of a man named John Atkins, a self-professed prince of Mars. The deftness with which the author handles the usually off-putting plot device of wish fulfillment (and the correspondingly eye-rolling trope of imagined realities) is not only commendable; it’s entirely in keeping with the science-fantasy days of old. Well done.”review from John @ SFSignal.com

Inclination by William ShunnInclination
By William Shunn; Read by William Shunn
3 MP3s – Approx. 2 Hours 10 Minutes [UNABRIDGED]
Podcaster: Science Fic Shunn Podcast
Podcast: April 2007
Get all three parts:
|Part 1 MP3|Part 2 MP3|Part 3 MP3|
On a space station there are two clashing social classes. Jude, a young member of the underprivileged Machinists, gets a job with the Sculpted and comes to learn the way of the world.

Escape PodThe House Beyond Your Sky
By Benjamin Rosenbaum; Read by Paul Tevis
1 |MP3| – [UNABRIDGED]
Podcaster: Escape Pod
Podcast: May 2007
“The simulations, while good, are not impenetrable even to their own inhabitants. Scientists teaching baboons to sort blocks may notice that all other baboons become instantly better at block-sorting, revealing a high-level caching mechanism.”

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