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Category: science fiction

Down and Out in the Magic Kingdom

Source: Podiobooks (iTunes| individual mp3s) Length: ~5.5 hrReader: Mark Douglas Nelson The book: How great would it be to live

Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea by Jules Verne

Source: Lit2Go (iTunes link)Length: 14 hours, 23 minutesReader: Rick Kistner The book: In 1864, the Confederate States Navy Huntley became the first

“Second Variety” by Phillip K. Dick

Source: Librivox (Part 1 | Part 2)Length: 1 hour, 24 minutesReader: Greg Margarite The story: In case you haven’t noticed,

Journey to the Centre of the Earth by Jules Verne

Source: The Drama PodLength: about 10 hoursReader: Winfred Henson The book: With modern science at our backs, it’s hard to

Frankenstein by Mary Wollstonecraft Shelly

Source: Lit2Go (iTunesU download)Length: 6.4 hoursReader: Fadi Tavoukdjian The book: Frankenstein  is one of those books that’s more fun to

“Moon Graffiti” by Jonathan Mitchell

Source: The Truth (mp3)Length: 15 minutesReaders: Matt Evans and Ed Herpsman The play: In 1969, William Safire wrote a speech for

“A Martian Odyssey” by Stanley G. Weinbaum

Source: LibriVox (mp3)Length: 58 minutesReader: Greg Margarite The book:  In 1970, The Science Fiction Writers of America voted “A Martian

The Green Odyssey by Philip Jose Farmer

Source: LibriVox (zipped mp3s)Length: 6 hours, 6 minutesReader: Mark Nelson The book: Philip Jose Farmer is best known for his

“Eight Miles” by Sean McMullen

Source: StarShipSofa (mp3)Length: 1 hr, 3 min (total episode is 1 hr, 47 min)Reader: Simon Hildebrandt The story: Like this

The Time Machine by H.G. Wells

Source: Tantor AudioLength: 4 hoursReader: Scott Brick The book: In one of the great classics of science fiction, an English