Spider Robinson has delivered on his promise of another Theodore Sturgeon short story. In his latest podcast Robinson describes Pruzy’s Pot as the “grossest science fiction story” in history. He also provides an introduction to the story that elucidates Theodore Sturgeon’s potty minded prose. The story in question, Pruzy’s Pot, is read by Sturgeon himself, with some assistance from Spider Robinson.
So, is it the grossest SF story in the universe?
By Theodore Sturgeon; Read by Theodore Sturgeon (and Spider Robinson)
1 |MP3| – Approx. 78 Minutes [UNABRIDGED]
Podcaster: Spider On The Web
Podcast: January 8, 2010
First published in National Lampoon’s June 1972 issue.
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Posted by Jesse Willis
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