Monthly Archives: April 2012

Tales of Old 45 – The Good of Sparta

The Good of Sparta by Gustavo Bondoni blog read by Shawn Robertson There are some tasks that a man must do alone. These are the moments that define whether one understands the truth or lives a lie. Whether one is … Continue reading

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Tales of Old 44 – Because it is Written

By Lesley Lodge Read by Kevin Harty In my experience, those who beg for mercy seldom deserve it. They’d told Wayland these were the last words Rebecca heard, before she died and night after night those words and her desperate … Continue reading

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Tales of Old 43 – September Days

by Eamonn Murphy (SF Crowsnest, where Eamonn’s reviews SF) read by Tony Honickberg ‘The Bull McGee is back in town!’ I was sat in a coffee shop in the High Street, near the docks, when young Billy Smith came bursting … Continue reading

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Tales of Old 42 – The Return of the Princess

By Ivan Sun Read by P.D.R. Lindsay After the Emperor learned of my refuge at the Diamond Silence Cloister, he dispatched a different son each year to seek my hand in marriage. Three Manchurian princes and their cavalry had come … Continue reading

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Tales of Old 41 – Ode to Kokopelli

By Nancy Cole Silverman Read by Shawn Robertson For generations my people lived in Mesa Verde inside the deep caves beneath sedimentary rock overhangs, thousands of feet above the canyon floor, where we farmed the land, hunted only what we … Continue reading

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