“No, I don’t think you understand. Let me tell you about death.?


Written and Read by Jared Axelrod


You can read the story here:What Mechanics Do

365 Tomorrows

Special Thanks to Jared Axelrod for producing this audio story.

For more audio stories by Jared Axelrod, you can visit his podcast at

The Voice of Free PlanetX

This episode featured "Last Night Drive" by Ehren Starks. More information and work by this artist can be found at www.magnatune.com
Direct download: What_Mechanics_Do.mp3
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his report documents the observations from ASBI 68372-68432. The subject planet has demonstrated remarkable progress in the last local century.

Sol-5210



Story Read by J.R. Blackwell
Written by Kathy Kachelries

You can read the story here: Sol-5210

365 Tomorrows

Direct download: Sol-5210.mp3
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The life of every Venusian Cowgirl is circular. Moxie was told this repeatedly when she signed up. To drive the point home, a silk-screened sampler saying as much was set on the opposite wall of the entrance portal to her new apartment. Moxie put down the boxes of clothes she was carrying, hooked her thumbs into the loops of her jeans, and stared at the imitation cross-stitch. It entranced her so much that she didn’t even notice her brother coming in until he started yelling.


Written by Jared Axelrod
Read by Mur Lafferty, the creator of Geek-Fu Action Grip and I Should Be Writing podcasts, the co-author of Tricks of the Podcasting Masters, and a columnist for various and sundry websites and magazines, information of which you can find at www.murlafferty.com

You can read the story here:The Final Voyage of Captain Shakespeare

365 Tomorrows

Special Thanks to Jared Axelrod and Mur Lafferty for producing this audio story.

For more audio stories by Jared Axelrod, you can visit his podcast at

The Voice of Free PlanetX

This episode featured "Dancing Backward" by Jami Sieber. More information and work by this artist can be found at www.magnatune.com
Direct download: The_Life_Of_A_Venusian_Cowgirl.mp3
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The van comes for me at the usual time. I imagine myself as the driver must see me, a doll with matching parts, standing in front of buildings that are coated with red sand. I pull my coat around me but the cold wind climbs under and up my bare legs. I am wearing the dress that my mother saved for, the one I do not eat in, the one I keep laid out at the foot of my couch, the one that my grandmother presses formaldehyde in to keep it fresh. Bride


Written and Read by J.R. Blackwell

365 Tomorrows

The Song for this story is "Something About Eve" by Falling You off the album: "Touch"

Music was brought to you courtesy of magnatune, whose music can be found at:

www.Magnatune.com

Direct download: Bride.mp3
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Interview with Voices of Tomorrow reader: Richard Kalwaic, Singer and Science Fiction Fan.
In this Special Edition Episode of Voices of Tomorrow, Richard Kalwaic and author, J.R. Blackwell, discuss Science Fiction, Richard's days as a shuttle pilot and Richards career as a professional singer.

For more information about the group that Richard performs with, please visit: http://www.philadelphiasingers.org/
Enjoy!
Direct download: Interview_with_Richard_Kalwaic.mp3
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The crash was magnificent, heard three systems away and felt by half the galaxy. The other half were immediately informed via telepathy, televisapathy and tele-empathy, and felt as if they had felt it. Such was the impact.


Written by Jared Axelrod
Read by Rich Sigfrit, the creator of the Requiem of the Outcast , Mister Adventure,Behind the Parsecs, Cinemafreaks and Convince Me podcasts.

You can read the story here:The Final Voyage of Captain Shakespeare

365 Tomorrows

Special Thanks to Jared Axelrod and Rich Sigfrit for producing this audio story.

For more audio stories by Jared Axelrod, you can visit his podcast at

The Voice of Free PlanetX

This episode also featured "Glasrohrstuck" by Tilopa. More information and work by this artist can be found at www.magnatune.com
Direct download: The_Final_Voyage_of_Captain_Shakespeare.mp3
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“Dude. I’ve found it.? The Systems voice chimed pleasantly from the walls of the house. Ryan looked up hopefully from his dinner, his brown hair falling into his face. “What? The program?? “No. Better.?

Read by Brendan Dalton and Written by J.R. Blackwell

You can read the story here: Made in the System

365 Tomorrows

Direct download: Made_in_the_System.mp3
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The dream: Jennie Smith woke up in a desert, standing in the center of an endless, cracked sheet of dirt so hard you could scrape your knees on it if you fell down. Above her, the sky was even blacker than her grandmotherâ??s skin, and the moon seemed like a hole carved into its clay.

Tibambinum

This Special Edition Episode was brought to you by Pradeep Sanders. Pradeep, thank you for your donation.

Story Read by J.R. Blackwell
Written by Kathy Kachelries

You can read the story here: Tibambinum

365 Tomorrows

The Song for this Episode was Exciled by Solace off of their Album Ahsas. This music was brought to you courtesy of Magnatune. To purchase music by Solace, visit www.magnatune.com

Direct download: Tibambinum.mp3
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New life! came the call throughout God's Hammer, from starboard to port, from aft to fore. It echoed through the corridors and ricocheted off the trophy skulls that decorated them. The men and women who crewed God's Hammer sharpened their knives and painted their bodies in preparation.

Story Written by Jared Axelrod

You can read the story here: Hoist That Rag

365 Tomorrows

Special Thanks to Jason Adams of the Random Signal Podcast for reading this story. This week, in Celebration of completing one year on Voices of Tomorrow, I will be releasing a new episode of Voices of Tomorrow each day for seven days. I hope that you enjoy our weeklong party!
Direct download: Hoist_That_Rag.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 5:00 AM

After a night of drinking, following the uncontrolled sleep of total blackness, there comes for humans a level of morning sobriety that is so clear it is painful. The white light of morning truth shines through to the black recesses of the human brain, and suddenly, the consequences of all those epic and sloppy actions of the night before pile like boulders, clear and terrible in the bitter morning.

Story Written and Read by J.R. Blackwell

You can read the story here: The Sharp and Terrible Morning

365 Tomorrows

This week, in Celebration of completing one year on Voices of Tomorrow, I will be releasing a new episode of Voices of Tomorrow each day for seven days. I hope that you enjoy our weeklong party!
Direct download: The_Sharp_and_Terrible_Morning.mp3
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