AntiSf Radio Show
The AntipodeanSF Radio Show delivers audio from the pages of this magazine.
SF Quotes" I have been a sore-headed occupant of a file drawer labelled ''Science Fiction'' and I would like out, particularly since so many serious critics regularly mistake the drawer for a urinal. "
Kurt Vonnegut Jr.
Why Not Visit
Do you like your SF in audio?
Of course you do. Well, why not visit Beam Me Up Podcast and radio show, often featuring selected stories from AntipodeanSF, run by your host Paul Cole of WRFR.
|Radio Show Needs Narrators|
The AntiSF Radio Show needs narrators for all of those stories that the authors don't want to read, so if you're interested in spinning short yarns that will be broadcast worldwide and on community radio here in Australia please click here to contact the editor, Nuke.
It's not difficult, and most computers are capable audio recorders. You can use "Audacity" free audio recording software on Windows or Linux. Most Apple Mac computers come with the excellent "Garage Band" recording software, and have a reasonable inbuilt microphone.Similarly, many smartphones and PDAs have audio recording features. If you have an ipod or iphone, you can use the "Voice Memo" app (built in), Android phones have a "Voice Recorder" app. Many of these devices are also supported by "Chirbit" (see below), where you can extract, upload, and share the audio for delivery right here to your sfnal editor.
Alternatively, you can record direct from your computer to "Chirbit" on the web. You must open an account — free — to use it, but it's chock full of help, and all you need is a microphone, or a webcam with an inbuilt microphone.
|A Place Called Armageddon
An epic new novel about one of Western civilisation's most traumatic events - the Fall of Constantinople...
To the Greeks who love it, it is Constantinople. To the Turks who covet it, the Red Apple. Safe behind its magnificent walls, the city was once the heart of the vast Byzantine empire.
1453. The empire has shrunk to what lies within those now-crumbling walls. A relic. Yet for one man, Constantinople is the stepping stone to destiny.
Mehmet is twenty when he is annointed Sultan. Now, seeking Allah's will and Man's glory, he brings an army of one hundred thousand, outnumbering the defenders ten to one.