The Voice of Free Planet X

True stories of fictional people, from Jared Axelrod

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Episode 6: The Consequences of Soup

In which a cavalcade of food in paraded, smoking is finally allowed, where to place blame is considered, Ashe’s future is discussed, the usefulness of consequences are questioned, and how much soup forgets is revealed.

Mur Lafferty's Tumblr is here: mightymur.tumblr.com This is the post in question: Podcasting Turns Six

You can ask Hanner Gatling anything at her Formspring page: http://www.formspring.me/HannerGatling She will answer. Of that you can be sure.

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

Direct download: Episode_6_-_The_Consequences_of_Soup.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:31am EDT
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Episode 5: A Time of Extreme Reality

In which a new world is entered, a sharp woman is introduced, the longevity of legends in discussed, a pilot is noticed, a warning about knives and body parts is given, and lies are not told, despite what one may wish.

You can ask Hanner Gatling anything at her Formspring page: http://www.formspring.me/HannerGatling She will answer. Of that you can be sure.

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

Direct download: Episode_5_-_A_Time_of_Extreme_Reality.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:27am EDT
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Episode 4: Soldiers' Mess

In which the merits of deserts are discussed, uniforms are described, gentlemen are introduced, a rival makes her presence known,  a fight is broken, and soup is flung.

If you'd like to check out the next Dorian's Parlor, their websitie is http://www.doriansparlor.com/

Tome Wilson's Dieselpunk page is here: http://www.dieselpunks.org/ It's a cool site, and worth poking around in.

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

Direct download: Episode_4__Soldiers_Mess.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:17am EDT
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Episode 3: Gatling Strides Forth

In which a new voice is heard, the joys and downfalls of Sultansport is revealed, a heart is mused upon, and a writer travels up.

Special thanks to Jennifer Summerfield, for reading this episode.

You can ask Hanner Gatling anything at her Formspring page: http://www.formspring.me/HannerGatling She will answer. Of that you can be sure.

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

Direct download: Episode_3_-_Gatling_Strides_Forth.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 7:00am EDT
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Episode 2: When Angels Leave

In which we see the consequences of recklessness, our heroine stands tall, an acrobat is revealed, a tall woman despences disiplinary measures, tattoos are shown, and for a breif moment, an angel is seen.

The excellent model in the picture was created by Skott Stotland of the Nerd Signal

People I hung out with at Balticon: JR Blackwell (natch), Christiana Ellis, Mur Lafferty, Jim Van Verth, Dr. John Cmar, Laura Burns, Dr. Pamela Gay, Tee Morris, Phillipa Ballantine, Phil Rossi, Chooch, Viv, Nathan Lowell, Scott Roche, the Family Pick, Ms. Information, DDog, Nobilis, Podcasting's Rich Sigfrit, Susan Z, RDQ, Scott Breakall, Paul Fischer and Martha Holloway.

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

Direct download: Episode_2_-_When_Angels_Leave.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 11:25pm EDT
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