Main Fiction: “Wolves” by Edward Ashton
This story first appeared in Analog Science Fiction and Fact (October 2019).
Edward Ashton lives in a cabin in the woods (not that Cabin in the Woods) with his wife, a variable number of daughters, and an adorably mopey dog named Max. He is the author of the novels Three Days in April and The End of Ordinary, as well as of short stories which have appeared in venues ranging from the newsletter of an Italian sausage company to Escape Pod, Analog, and Fireside Fiction.You can find him online at edwardashton.com, or on Twitter @edashtonwriting.
Narrated by Randal Schwartz.
Randal L. Schwartz is best well known for his seminal books on the Perl
programming language that helped make the world wide web possible and
popular. He produced a weekly audio and video podcast on open source
software, but has given that up after 13 years to get those five hours
per week back again. Between the podcast, and bouncing all over the
world teaching programming and speaking at conferences, he’s no stranger
to the limelight. He enjoys pulling out his gear to record yet another
narration, and likens it to “getting to read bedtime stories to the kids
I never had”, and looks forward to future assignments.