The Last Son Of Tomorrow by Greg van Eekhout

SFFaudio Online Audio has been placing stories on its website since its launch back in July 2008. They’ve also been placing MP3 readings of many of these stories these files there too. For whatever incomprehensible reason they just haven’t put these files together into a podcast. So now, thanks to, I have!

In the new stories feed you’ll find the latest story…

The Last Son Of Tomorrow by Greg van EekhoutThe Last Son Of Tomorrow
By Greg van Eekhout; Read by Greg van Eekhout
1 |MP3| – Approx. 14 Minutes [UNABRIDGED]
Published: May 2009

…and all the others with MP3 files too.

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Escape Pod for Xmas: In The Late December by Greg van Eekhout


Escape Pod has a Nebula award-nominated story about Santa Claus and the end of the universe.

Escape Pod - The Science Fiction Podcast MagazineIn The Late December
By Greg van Eekhout; Read by Stephen Eley
1 |MP3| – Approx. 27 Minutes [UNABRIDGED]
Podcaster: Escape Pod
Podcast: December 25th 2007

They come to a cloud of silver mist, and there Santa finds a little boy made of molten silver with liquid silver eyes and sweeping silver delta wings. His wrists are ringed with missile launchers, and a rounded cone emerges from a cavity in his chest. Once there were many silver boys, fleets of them, protecting the outermost parts of inhabited space against things that came from outside inhabited space. But now, there is only the silver boy.

“You, sir,” the silver boy says, “are a tiresome consciousness cluster. Your binary value system remains as laughable as it is irrelevant. How you manage to remain cohesive is beyond me.”

“My value system is hardly binary,” Santa says. “In between naughty and nice I’ve made room for you: grumpy but fundamentally sound. Do you want a toy or not?”

And be sure to stick around for the closing rendition of Chiron Beta Prime.

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