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.
On the Changing Roles of Dockworkers
by Marie Vibbert
Narrated by: Marie Vibbert
The Mad Cabbage
by Céline Malgen
Narrated by: Céline Malgen
For our July/August issue, we have a special double feature for you. First you’ll be hearing “On the Changing Roles of Dockworkers” read and written by Marie Vibbert. Before she can even sit down, Mary is sent to check on Unit 4—something is wrong with the robot’s communications logs—could it be sabotage? Our second story is “The Mad Cabbage” read and written by Céline Malgen. Microbiologist Nicole Gertner is presented with a mysterious fermented cabbage reaction and must get to the bottom of the anomalous results. Enjoy these two tales from the pages of Analog Science Fiction & Fact Magazine!
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!