Tue 7 Aug 2012 - Filed under: Benjamin Rosenbaum, Not a Journal., Benjamin Rosenbaum, David Thompson, Julie Day, Podcastery, Sense and Sensibility, small beer podcast, The Ant King and Other Stories | Leave a Comment | Posted by: Julie
There are just so many lovely people in the world. That was my conclusion after talking with David Thompson, the co-editor and host of Podcastle. He just showed up one day and offered to read a story for our little podcast. Well, of course, we said yes.
I couldn’t be more thrilled with the pairing we’ve come up with: David Thompson reads Benjamin Rosenbaum. “Sense and Sensibility” is a wild mash-up of Jane Austin, the German comic-grotesteque and Gormenghast, a perfect story for the dog days of summer.
But wait, there’s more! Because we know one Rosenbaum story is just never enough, Small Beer is offering Benjamin’s collection, The Ant King and Other Stories, as a free Creative Commons licensed ebook download.
David’s first audiobook, Tim Pratt’s Briarpatch, will be coming out this fall while Benjamin’s latest story, “Elsewhere,” can be found at Strange Horizons. First though, I hope you’ll spend a little time with both David and Benjamin, a truly excellent pairing.
Episode 12: In which David Thompson read’s Benjamin Rosenbaum’s “Sense and Sensibility.”
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