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Podcasting the Apocalypse, Part 1

January 10, 2009

Download the MP3 (46 MB)

Duration: 50 minutes
Beth Adams and Dave Bonta — issue summary
Tom Sheehan — Lest the Last Light Flee Also
Howie Good — Elegy for the Newborn
Rachel D. Shaw — Rust
Arlene Ang — Reasons for the Mass Destruction of Pigeons in Venice
Jeannine Hall Gailey — Oak Ridge, Tennessee
Wray Cummings — black & white
Christina Pacosz — Depth of Field
Kimberly L. Becker — After Greensboro
Lynnel L. Jones — New Year’s Eve, 1913
Ron Mohring — Sleepers
Richard Brown — Driving to Muskogee
Anonymous — Apocalypse Regained (reading by Beth)
Thomas P. Levy and Failboat — Razorwire
Katherine Durham Oldmixon — 2012
Morgan Downie — anaximander
Kelly Madigan Erlandson — Memory as Lighthouse, Memory as Bomb
Edith McKlveen — untitled
C. E. Chaffin — Tectonic Illusion

  1. January 12, 2009 at 8:28 am

    I’m subscribed but it’s not on iTunes yet and I’m impatient … I’m dying to listen to this issue!

    Congratulations, all, for this labour of love and attention.

  2. January 12, 2009 at 8:30 am

    You’re not the only one who’s impatient! It’s been more than 36 hours now. I’ll try pinging again.

    Someone on the iTunes pocast help forums says, “If you already have the podcast accepted, and are just waiting for a new episode to show, I find that it normally takes about a day; occasionally two.”

  3. January 18, 2009 at 3:10 pm

    It is now available and parts 1 and 3 have Been Downloaded.

    Part 2 appears to have an issue.

    Thanks for all the hard, hard work.

  4. January 18, 2009 at 4:24 pm

    I was able to download Part 2 the other day. What happened when you tried?

    Dealing with iTunes is really frustrating. Help is almost non-existent. I am wondering how hard it would be for you and others simply to download the files from our site, and bypass the iTunes store altogether. Help me understand why we need to keep doing this.

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