Our friend Helen E. H. Madden wrote “When the Angels Fall,” a story about a young man who’s in love with his oppressive robot guardian angel, for the collection Coming Together: With Pride. Steve did a reading of it for this week’s Nobilis Erotica podcast.
It being an erotica podcast, please consider yourself advised that the content is explicit.
Thanks to all of you who came out to see us at Balticon, both at the Farpoint table and at the Firebringer Presents panels and Steve’s reading. And just to show it wasn’t all business, here’s a photo by our own Paul Balze of Steve moderating the “Naughty Mad Libs” panel, and struggling not-so-bravely through the results of a mad-libbed passage from Robert A. Heinlein’s I Will Fear No Evil. Sheila Dee looks on, amused, while Doc Coleman seeks refuge on the delightful shoulder of Laura Frechette.
A good (noun) was (verb)ed by (number).
The first Arbiter Chronicles novel, Taken Liberty, has been available on Kindle (and, of course in paper!) for a while. This week, however, we’re excited to announce that it’s also available as an iBook, a Sony eReader book, and a Barnes & Noble Nook book! All of this is courtesy of the fine folks at Smashwords, where it’s also available in just about every ebook format imaginable!
Please consider supporting PRT by buying a copy for just $4.99, and please, please consider leaving a review on your favorite eBookstore!
The fine folks at Libsyn have submitted a correction to our blog feed with iTunes. New subscriptions will be pointed at the correct url soon. At that point, if your feed is broken, you’ll need to re-subscribe. We’ll post here when everything’s in order!
If you’ve been subscribed to this blog please note the new rss feed is:
This was brought about by today’s integration of the blog and the site. Also, there’s been a little confusion of late about the podcast feed, brought about by some changes made on Libsyn’s side. The old feed –
had stopped working for a while, but seems to be back. The new feed –
is probably the better one to use. Somewhere during the transition from Libsyn to LibsynPro, someone did the “favor” of publishing this feed:
It doesn’t work, and it seems, sadly, to be the feed iTunes published, which is causing some problems. Keep in touch if you’re having issues, and we’ll get them worked out!
For now, if you’re subscribed to the podcast via iTunes, you can add the correct feed by going to the PODCAST section of your iTunes library, clicking ADVANCED on the top menu bar, selecting SUBSCRIBE TO PODCAST, and then entering http://prometheus.rnn.libsynpro.com/rss in the dialogue box. This will pull the correct feed, and give you our latest episode.
Phil, author of our current feature, Testing the Prisoner, has been interviewing a number of authors on his blog. Steve is the latest.
Part OnePart Two
After his fatal confrontation with the demon, Daniel reaches out to Miranda from the other side. Together, they’re forced on a disturbing tour through Daniel’s violent childhood.
We hope you’re enjoying Testing the Prisoner! Remember you can order a copy of the book from Amazon or Barnes & Noble. It’s also available in a Kindle edition from Amazon.
In the course of three confrontations – the first with Vicky, the second with his demon, the third with the tortured child who haunts him – Daniel learns what he must do to end the nightmares.
Desperate for answers, Daniel goes to Miranda for help. She delves into his memories and confronts his tormentor.
In the concluding chapter, Lydia prompts Metcalfe to confront Marlis, Felicia’s baby arrives amidst a battle, and Pallas and Lydia team up to combat AIdan on its own turf.
Metcalfe – Steven H. Wilson
Lydia – Cindy Woods
Atal – John Scheeler
Marlis – Cindy Woods
Faulkner – Cindy Shockey
Cernaq – Renfield
Aer’La – June Swords
Darby – John Weber
Pallas – Renee Wilson
Carson – Lance Woods
Kaya – Beatrice Kondo
Felicia – Heather Mikkelsen
Huntsman – Brian Sarcinelli
Mors – Marty Gear
Druelinger – Sean Druelinger
Special vocal performance by Heather Scheeler
Written, Directed and Edited by Steven H. Wilson
Post Production Support by Lew Aide
Music by Kevin MacLeod, used with permission
Some sounds courtesy of the Free Sound Project at www.freesound.org
Happy Holidays from all of us at Prometheus Radio Theatre!
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