The Voice of Free Planet X

True stories of fictional people, from Jared Axelrod

Episodes

Christmas is about a Christ, a Messiah  But X-Mas, X-Mas is about an X. And X stands for anything; it's a mystery. And in a holiday that celebrates mysteries, only one thing is clear:

Barley was bread to begin with...

"Christmas In The Trenches" was written and performed by John McCutcheon, and is available on his album "Winter Solstice" You can find out more about John at www.folkmusic.com

This episode also featured "Revenge Of The Sugar Plum Fairy" by the Trans-Siberian Orchestra, "Broygas," by the Stick And Rag Village Orchestra, "Mezza Messa," by Falik, and "The Nutbreaker," by djBC.
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Something for the new listeners. I need to cut it down a bit a bit to use it for advertising--at a minute and a half, it's bit long for the average podcast "bump." But it'll do for now.
Direct download: Introduction_To_The_Voice_Of_Free_Planet_X.mp3
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Ever wonder why we dim the lights during our most intimate moments? Some mysteries can never be solved, only explained.

"Another Song About The Darkness" was written and performed by Lauren Hoffman, and is available on her album "Choregraphy". You can find out more about Lauren at www.forlauren.com

This episode also featured "The Tale Of Room 620" by Ehren Starks. More information and work by this artist can be found at www.magnatune.com
Direct download: Episode_6__WHO_WE_ARE_IN_THE_DARK.mp3
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THE LAY OF THE LAND Before the West was won, it was a haven for savagery and brutality. And no town exemplified lawlessness more than Justice. That's something Clark Kent and only just found out, finding himself in Justice on the trail of an man known only as The Bat...

"The Only Son" was written and performed by The Jason Sinay Band, and is available on their album "The Jason Sinay Band" which can be purchased via iTunes. You can find out more about The Jason Sinay Band at jasonsinayband.com

This episode also featured "The Easy Winners," performed by Max Morath, and "Sioux Flag Song" from the Northern Plains Native Americans.

My interview by Jason Adams is available in two parts at www.randomsignal.com

I'm a guest at PhilCon this year. Here are the panels I'll be speaking at:
Sat 10:00 AM in Liberty C Science Fiction: Gen X (179)
Sat 2:00 PM in 303 Writing for an Online Audience (283)--365 Tomorrows panel
Sun 1:00 PM in Salon G Flash Fiction (284)--365 Tomorrows panel
Direct download: Episode_5__Big_Damn_Heroes_Part_1.mp3
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