For this episode of Story Time Reviews, Lynette reviews the story, the author, and the voice talent of “Glow Worm.”
In America, everyone claims to be a little bit Irish in March. This is a short-short about golden consequences.
Story Time Reviews is a blog series that offers reviews of stories both read and read aloud. Today Story Time Reviews “The Lost Girls” by Jane Yolen is a 1999 winner of the Nebula Award for Best Novelette and a retelling of Peter Pan—with a twist. It originally appeared in the short story collection titled,…… Continue reading Story Time Reviews “Lost Girls” by Jane Yolen
If you like stories with a twist ending, you’ll like Isaac Asimov’s “The Last Question.” Asimov’s short story first appeared in the November 1956 issue of Science Fiction Quarterly. The recording is 36:34 minutes in duration and the story is narrated by Leonard Nimoy The Story image By Argonne National Laboratory – Flickr: AVIDAC –…… Continue reading Story Time Reviews “The Last Question”
I received a free copy of the January/February 2019 copy of Asimov’s Science Fiction magazine from my friend and mentor, Bill Wu. He autographed his story in this issue, personalized for me. It was a surprise “Written in Mud” on two levels. If you have a chance, grab a copy. This Tall Tale is worth…… Continue reading A Surprise Written in Mud