We're delighted to bring you Analog Science Fiction and Fact Podcasts for your listening pleasure. Enjoy your favorite stories narrated by a pantheon of up-and-coming Analog authors and editors.
by Dominica Phetteplace
Narrated by: Dominica Phetteplace
Susana never expected the first manned mission to Mars to begin the way it did: her crew gone, Earth in crisis, and she the sole engineer to see everyone’s hopes for a habitable Mars through. Will she, her rovers and robots, and NASA ground support be enough? The talented Dominica Phetteplace reads her story “Candida Eve” from the May/June 2020 issue for our newest podcast installment.
by C. C. Finlay
Narrated by: Farah Naz Rishi
Fourteen-year-old asteroid-dweller Alaya longs for excitement and a glimpse of the sky. In “One Basket,” her grandmother offers her a chance at both. Enjoy Farah Naz Rishi’s reading of C.C. Finlay’s gripping story about courage, family, and eggs.
The Greatest Day
by Eric Choi
Narrated by: Eric Choi
Fresh from the pages of our 90th anniversary issue is this exciting piece of alternate history, written and read by Eric Choi, that envisions a different outcome for the Columbia spacecraft. If you enjoy this story, be sure to find our current issue with a fact article by Eric Choi behind the science in this tale!