The Ray Bradbury Challenge: Day 038

Short story: The Postmaster by Rabindranath Tagore, listened to on the Morning Short podcast. Recommended.

Poem: Ode to Coffee, Oda al Café by Urayoán Noel, listened to on the Poetry Now podcast, from August 2016. Recommended.

Essay: How Better Tech Could Protect us from Distraction by Tristan Harris, listened to on the TED Talks podcast, from June 2016. Recommended.

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The Ray Bradbury Challenge: Day 037

Short story: The Opposite and Adjacent by Liu Yang, from Clarkesworld Magazine from September 2016. Recommended.

Poem: Why Did I Laugh Tonight? No Voice Will Tell by John Keats, listened to through Librivox. Recommended.

Essay: The Art of Storytelling by Jon Glover, from the BBC’s The Essay podcast, from May 2016. Recommended.

Short story 9/52 written.

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The Ray Bradbury Challenge: Day 036

Short story: To the Moon and Back by Etgar Keret, listened to on the New Yorker’s Author’s Voice podcast, from September 2016. Highly Recommended.

Poem: Sonnet 23 by William Shakespeare, listened to on the Intro to Poetry podcast. Recommended.

Essay: The Belgian UFO Wave, listened to on Skeptoid #538, from September 2016. Highly Recommended.

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The Ray Bradbury Challenge: Day 035

Short story: The God-Clown is Near by Jay Lake, read in Steampunk (2008), edited by Ann and Jeff VanderMeer. Recommended.

Poem: Taboo by Sara Norja, reading Strange Horizons, from September 2016. Highly Recommended.

Essay: Swimming Reindeer, listened to on the BBC’s A History of the World in 100 Objects, from January 2010. Highly Recommended.

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The Ray Bradbury Challenge: Day 034

Short story: Dead Man’s Hand by Christie Yant, read in the Dead Man’s Hand anthology (2014), edited by John Joseph Adams. Recommended.

Poem: Umpaowastewin by Margaret Noodin, listened to on the Poetry Now podcast, from September 2016. Highly Recommended.

Essay: Ideology versus Art by Howard Jacobson, listened to on the BBC’s The Essay podcast, from April 2015. Recommended.

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The Ray Bradbury Challenge: Day 033

Short story: A Bank Fraud by Rudyard Kipling, listened to on the Morning Short podcast.

Poem: Prospice by Robert Browning, listened to through Librivox. Recommended.

Essay: Control by Aleks Krotoski, listened to on the BBC’s Digital Human podcast, from May 2012. Highly Recommended.

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The Ray Bradbury Challenge: Day 032

Short Story: The Flash by Italo Calvino, read in Numbers in the Dark and Other Stories. Recommended. 


Poem: Endymion by Oscar Wilde, listened to through Librivox. Recommended.

Essay: Lawyer Harry Potter on Individual Freedom, listened to on the BBC’s A History of Ideas podcast. Highly Recommended.

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