It began with Shoko finding feathers in her bed. It was her third year of high school. She’d just turned seventeen.
You look so much like you. I feel like I could reach out and touch your face. Your face! It’s so good to see your face.
|Between Dragons and Their Wrath
with An OwomoyelaI will probably die today. If not, I will probably die tomorrow. Narrated by Kate Baker.
The hatter is a poor man. He has no hats of his own. Narrated by Stefan Rudnicki.
Bite-Sized (10 minutes and less)
|If You Were a Dinosaur, My Love|
Sometimes, in a car accident the drunk driver dies… music and video by Greg Bossert (no narration).
|Again and Again and Again
It started with Lionel Caldwell, born in 1900. Narrated by Tina Connolly.
Whatever the midwife told you, it’s not true. Narrated by Ann Leckie.
Under smokestacks, beside stairs, in the sudden green of precarious gardens. Narrated by Ann Leckie.
Light Fare (about 30 minutes)
| How the World Became Quiet: A Post-Human Creation Myth
During the first million years of its existence, mankind survived five apocalypses. Narrated by Frank Key.
| All That Fairy Tale Crap
Never ride a pumpkin when you can steal cab fare. Narrated by Keffy Kehrli.
|Diving After the Moon
To him, the moon was the future. Narrated by Kate Baker.
| Great, Golden Wings
Lady Percivalia watched the young cinematographist’s hands. Narrated by Scott Andrews.
One, two, three, the needle swoops. Narrated by Heather Welliver.
| The Taste of Promises
Only fools travel alone on Mars. Narrated by Renee Chambliss (16:30).
Full Course (up to ninety minutes)
|Eros, Philia, Agape
A robot’s quest to know love in all its forms. Narrated by Mur Lafferty.
| A Memory of Wind
How does a human girl become the wind? Narrated by Ann Leckie.
| A Monkey Will Never Be Rid of Its Black Hands
As the cut fell, I saw no blood. Narrated by Alasdair Stuart.
I am ugliness in body and bone, breath and heartbeat. Narrated by Elizabeth Green Musselman.