The Ray Bradbury Challenge: Day 307

Short story: Never Leave Me by Michelle Ann King, listened to on the Far Fetched Fables podcast, from June 2017. Recommended

Poem: The Day is Gone, and all is Sweet by John Keats, listened to through Librivox. Recommended.

Essay: Transgression by Aleks Krotoski, listened to on the BBC’s The Digital Human podcast. from April 2013. Highly Recommended.

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The Ray Bradbury Challenge: Day 306

Short story: The Key to St. Medusa’s by Kat Howard, from Lightspeed Magazine, October 2016. Highly Recommended.

Poem: A Woman Waits for Me by Walt Whitman, listened to on the Voice Before the Void podcast. Highly Recommended.

Essay: All You Need is Love and Five Other Things, listened to on the History of Philosophy podcast, from December 2010. Recommended.

What is the Ray Bradbury Challenge?

The Ray Bradbury Challenge: Day 305

Short story: A Fable by Mark Twain, listened to on the Voice Before the Void podcast. Highly Recommened.

Poem: Cradle the Seed by Robin Eames, from Strange Horizons, May 2017. Highly Recommended.

Essay: The Refugee Crisis is a Test of our Character by David Miliband, listened to on the TEDTalks podcast, from June 2017. Highly Recommended.

What is the Ray Bradbury Challenge?

The Ray Bradbury Challenge: Day 304

Short story: Nyarlathotep by H. P. Lovecraft, listened to on the Voice Before the Void podcast. Recommended.

Poem: A Song of Swords by G. K. Chesterton, listened to through Librivox. Recommended.

Essay: Marcel Duchamp by Heather Jones, listened to on the BBC’s The Essay podcast, from June 2017. Recommended.

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The Ray Bradbury Challenge: Day 303

Short story: The One-Armed Man in the Luncheonette by Jim Fusilli, listened to on the Alfred Hitchcock’s Mystery Magazine podcast, from May 2015. Recommended.

Poem: After Dark Vapours Have Oppressed Our Plains by John Keats, listened to through Librivox. Highly Recommended.

Essay: Catharine Edwards on Seneca and Facing Death, from the BBC’s A History of Ideas. Highly Recommended.

What is the Ray Bradbury Challenge?

The Ray Bradbury Challenge: Day 302

Short story: The Copper Beeches by Arthur Conan Doyle, from the Adventures of Sherlock Holmes. Highly Recommended.

Poem: The Show by Wilfred Owen, listened to through Librivox. Recommended.

Essay: The Power of Art by A. L. Kennedy, listened to on the BBC’s A Point of View podcast, from January 2015. Highly Recommended.

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