Did you hear that boom?

Yep. That’s us again. We women. Destroying the audiobook.

Gabrielle de Cuir, who produced the podcasts for Women Destroy Science Fiction, has now produced the audiobook. With the help and support of her Skyboat Cast and Crew.

Boom.

It started with women taking over the June 2014 issue of Lightspeed Magazine. Skyboat produced the podcasts (which you can get a taste of in our previous post).

The issue has since been made required reading for a college course, was named “Book of Honor” by the Potlatch convention committee, was listed as one of NPR’s Best Books of 2014, and just won the 2015 British Fantasy Award in the Best Anthology category.

So we decided to go bigger, and today we are proudly announcing the audiobook!

WOMEN DESTROY SCIENCE FICTION! Lightspeed Magazine Special Issue, THE STORIES

Guest-edited by longtime Lightspeed assistant editor Christie Yant, WOMEN DESTROY SCIENCE FICTION! Lightspeed Magazine Special Issue, THE STORIES contains eleven original science fiction short stories, four short-story reprints, a novella reprint, and for the first time ever, an array of flash fiction stories.

 

SkyCast:

ORIGINAL SHORT STORIES — edited by Christie Yant

Each to Each by Seanan McGuire – narrated by Cassandra Campbell

A Word Shaped Like Bones by Kris Millering – narrated by Gabrielle de Cuir

Cuts Both Ways by Heather Clitheroe – narrated by Grover Gardner

Walking Awake by N.K. Jemisin – narrated by Bahni Turpin

The Case of the Passionless Bees by Rhonda Eikamp – narrated by Jonathan L. Howard

In the Image of Man by Gabriella Stalker – narrated by John Allen Nelson

The Unfathomable Sisterhood of Ick by Charlie Jane Anders – narrated by Cassandra Campbell

Dim Sun by Maria Dahvana Headley – narrated by Stefan Rudnicki

The Lonely Sea in the Sky by Amal El-Mohtar – narrated by Gabrielle de Cuir with Cassandra Campbell, Cassandra de Cuir, John Allen Nelson, Stefan Rudnicki, and Molly Underwood

A Burglary, Addressed By a Young Lady by Elizabeth Porter Birdsall – narrated by Judy Young

Canth by K.C. Norton – narrated by Gabrielle de Cuir

REPRINTS — selected by Rachel Swirsky

Like Daughter by Tananarive Due – narrated by Jamye Méri Grant

The Great Loneliness by Maria Romasco Moore – narrated by Judy Young

Love is the Plan the Plan is Death by James Tiptree, Jr. (Alice Sheldon) – narrated by Stefan Rudnicki

Knapsack Poems: A Goxhat Travel Journal by Eleanor Arnason – narrated by Stefan Rudnicki

The Cost to Be Wise by Maureen F. McHugh – narrated by Gabrielle de Cuir

ORIGINAL FLASH FICTION — edited by Robyn Lupo

Salvage by Carrie Vaughn – read by Susan Hanfield

A Guide to Grief by Emily Fox – read by Cassandra de Cuir

See DANGEROUS EARTH-POSSIBLES! by Tina Connolly – read by Harlan Ellison®

A Debt Repaid by Marina J. Lostetter – narrated by Jamye Méri Grant

The Sewell Home for the Temporally Displaced by Sarah Pinsker – narrated by Cassandra Campbell

#TrainFightTuesday by Vanessa Torline – narrated by Jamye Méri Grant with Cassandra de Cuir, Gabrielle de Cuir, John Allen Nelson, Molly Underwood, and Judy Young

The Hymn of Ordeal, No. 23 by Rhiannon Rasmussen – narrated by John Allen Nelson

Emoticon by Anaid Perez – narrated by Molly Underwood

The Mouths by Ellen Denham – narrated by Cassandra de Cuir

M1A by Kim Winternheimer – narrated by Judy Young

Standard Deviant by Holly Schofield – narrated by Cassandra Campbell

Getting on in Years by Cathy Humble – narrated by Stefan Rudnicki

Ro-Sham-Bot by Effie Seiberg – narrated by John Allen Nelson

Everything That Has Already Been Said by Samantha Murray – narrated by Gabrielle de Cuir

The Lies We Tell Our Children by Katherine Crighton – narrated by Cassandra Campbell

Purchase your copy today!

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  1. […] Not only is it required reading for a college course, and the “Book of Honor” at the Potlatch convention, and one of NPR’s Best Books of 2014, and the winner of the 2015 British Fantasy Award for Best Anthology…but now Skyboat has made it an audiobook! […]

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