The Voice of Free Planet X

True stories of fictional people, from Jared Axelrod

Episodes

Episode 162: CAN'T GET THERE FROM HERE

If you're looking for miracles, I can tell you where you might find 'em. But you can't get there from here.

"Can't Get There From Here" is an authorized work written for in the Sovereign Era storyworld created and licensed by Matthew Wayne Selznick.

To purchase "The Sovereign Era: Year One," an anthology of seven stories including "Can't Get There From Here," in paperback and ebook formats, please visit http://www.thesovereignera.com

The VoFPX theme was written and performed by Russel Collins of www.clockworkaudio.net

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Direct download: Episode_162_-_CANT_GET_THERE_FROM_HERE.mp3
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Jared & Steve Like DIGGER

Jared Axelrod sits down to talk with Ursula Vernon about her Hugo-winning comic DIGGER,  and how awesome it is.

ursulavernon.com

www.diggercomic.com

This episode also featured music by The Masochist Monkey Circus

Direct download: Jared__Steve_Like_DIGGER.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 4:44pm EDT
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Thank you, everyone who has made both Fables of the Flying City and The Battle of Blood & Ink the incredible success it has been. It's not been an easy time--especially the past year--but we've gotten through it. And we couldn't have done it without you.

If you'd like to nominate The Battle of Blood & Ink for a Best Graphic Story Hugo Award, the whole process is remarkable easy: If you’re already going to LoneStarCon3, this year’s WorldCon, all you have to do is put “Jared Axelrod & Steve Walker: The Battle of Blood & Ink” in the “Best Graphic Story” section. If you’re not going to WorldCon, but have been to Chicon 7 (the 2012 Worldcon), or have a membership to  Loncon 3 (the 2014 Worldcon) you can still vote! You can also vote if you just want to pay the $60 Supporting Membership, which helps the folks at LoneStarCon, in addition to allowing you to say which science-fiction and fantasy books, tv, movies, zines, podcasts and fan work you think are the bee’s knees.

There’s a lot of great stuff that came out last year, and I suggest you nominate all of it. Just remember to put “Jared Axelrod & Steve Walker: The Battle of Blood & Ink” in the “Best Graphic Story” section!

Direct download: ThankYou.mp3
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Episode 44 - Mouths of the Dead

In which our heroine is caught, a skinner box is occupied, a ringmaster makes an appearence, the system is believed in, money changes hands, Cardor is denyed, paper is printed, and adventure begins anew.

Recorded live at Balticon

Direct download: Episode_44_-_Mouths_of_the_Dead.mp3
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Episode 42 - The Ossuarist

In which a floor is not a floor, tea is served, wares are shown, a dragon is described, who runs alone is quantified, murder is considered, the use of a skinner box is mentioned, and Ashe finds the stuff that dreams are made of.

The Fables of the Flying City theme was written and performed by Russell Collins of www.clockworkaudio.net

Direct download: Episode_42_-_The_Ossuarist.mp3
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In which our heroes go below, Gatling is measured against, Ashe admits what she's looking for, Tolban makes a misstep, a net is fortiitous, piles of skulls are witnessed, the likelihood of monsters is debated, and the Ossuarist makes his presence known.

The Fables of the Flying City theme was written and performed by Russell Collins of www.clockworkaudio.net

Direct download: Episode_41_-_Bones_Below_The_Streets.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:05pm EDT
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Episode 40 - Cardor Lends A Hand

In which Cardor is resistant, Ashe pushes, Cardor demures, Ashe pushes harder, stratagems are plotted, plums are plundered, low temperatures are enjoyed, Cardor's imagination is questioned, a clouddog is dismissed, another is discussed, and Castigir Redlaw is generous to his son.

The Fables of the Flying City theme was written and performed by Russell Collins of www.clockworkaudio.net

Direct download: Episode_40_-_Cardor_Lends_A_Hand.mp3
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In which a man is identified, a chase is given, guns are fired, a librarian is distraught, a leap is made, a tower is contemplated, a rogue is introduced, legs are admired, a Redlaw is threatened, and sand is appraised.

The Fables of the Flying City theme was written and performed by Russell Collins of www.clockworkaudio.net

Direct download: Episode_39_-_The_Sand_To_Do_It.mp3
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Episode 38 - Trouble At The Library

In which the size of the library is revealed, help is offered, a statue goes unnamed, the police are called, violence ensues, short work is made, a request is revealed as impossible, and a voice lurks in the shadows.

The Fables of the Flying City theme was written and performed by Russell Collins of www.clockworkaudio.net

Direct download: Episode_38_-_Trouble_At_The_Library.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:51am EDT
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Episode 37 - Old Heubal's Will

In which Old Heubal lays forth.

The Fables of the Flying City theme was written and performed by Russell Collins of www.clockworkaudio.net

Direct download: Episode_37_-_Old_Heubals_Will.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:30am EDT
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