Subterranean Online: Lord Kelvin’s Machine by James P. Blaylock

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Subterranean Press Sam A. Mowry, audio dramatist and audiobook narrator, points us towards the latest FREE audio release from Subterranean Press’s online magazine. It’s a STEAMPUNK novelette that was first published in the Mid-December, 1985 issue of Isaac Asimov’s Science Fiction Magazine! Sez Subterranean:

“As we’ve recently published a brand new Langdon St. Ives adventure, The Ebb Tide, we thought it the perfect time to revisit one of the gentleman scientist’s other adventures, in a captivating audio read by Sam Mowry. Keep your lanterns, heavy winter jackets, and a firearm or two handy as you hear Lord Kelvin’s Machine.”

Lord Kelvin's Machine by James P. BlaylockLord Kelvin’s Machine
By James P. Blaylock; Read by Sam A. Mowry
14 Files or HuffDufer Podcast – Approx. 1 Hour 47 Minutes [UNABRIDGED]
Publisher: Subterranean Online
Published: September 2009
A gentleman adventurer, explorer, and inventor, Langdon St. Ives, and his team of able assistants are desperately trying to stop the mad scheme of the evil Doctor Ignacio Narbando, who is threatening to move the Earth’s orbit into the path of an oncoming comet unless his demands are met. More than just for the sake of the world, though, St. Ives also seeks to avenge the death of his wife at the hands of Narbando. Meanwhile, the eminent British scientist Lord Kelvin has developed a machine that will thwart the two rivals’ plans and change the destiny of the whole planet.

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