Protecting Project Pulp 58: Philip K. Dick

Main Fiction: “Strange Eden” by Philip K. Dick, first published in Imagination.

Narrator: Bryan Lincoln.

Johnson wanted to leave the verdant world but Brent was bound he’d have a look around. He did, and he found a reason to stay—unluckily . . .

Related link: The Drabblecast’s production of Turning Point, by Poul Anderson.

3 thoughts on “Protecting Project Pulp 58: Philip K. Dick”

  1. The story struck me like a kind of allegory of the women’s power to tame the aggressive nature of men. The female character remind me of the sorceress Circe; and the story itself, the whole chapter in which Odysseus’ crew were turned into swines.

  2. This is one of the reason why I love doing this podcast – the District of Wonders continues to have the best calibre of commenters of any online forum I’ve seen.

    Great comment, Odilius, and keep ’em coming. 🙂

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