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PostPosted: Fri May 07, 2010 11:32 am 
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The free to download podcast of Deer Flight by Aliette de Bodard has been posted to the Transmissions From Beyond website.

Read by the David Rees-Thomas. Originally published in Interzone 211, July & August 2007

Illustration by Stefan Olsen

We hope you enjoy the podcast and can comment on this story and its production


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I really enjoyed that.

Its nice to lie down and listen to a story for a change rather than reading or writing.

It was very well read, I liked the subtle differences of diction between the male and female characters. :)

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I enjoyed the story, both reading and, err, reading :D

A relatively simple but emotionally compelling read. Just odd enough without having to go too far to create an otherworldly feel but with compulsions we can all recognize.

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I'm a fair way behind on TfB (but catching up), and I listened to this story on the way to university this morning. I really enjoyed it. Aliette's stories always have a special kind of magic to them, and this was no exception. And David's reading of it fitted perfectly.

How do you guys choose which reader fits which story?

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Pete chooses readers if the author is not keen. He asks readers for a sample when they volunteer. I'm not sure how big a choice he has for any particular story.

I found all the TFB's have been very good. Credit to Pete who usually has to do a lot of editing work on the audio files before posting.


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