Fact: Cover Art – Michel Bohbot by Skeet 04:50
Fiction: The Never Never Wizard of Apalachicola by Jason Sanford 07:40
Fact: Poetry Planet by Diane Serverson 41:00
Essay: An Exploration of Archeology and Fantasy by Jason Sanford 57:41
Fiction: Into The Depths of Illuminated Seas By Jason Sanford
Fact: Everything by Morgan Saletta 02:03:00
Narrators: Josh Roseman, Rita Di Bello
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Poems and Poets:
- Things to Pack for my Trip Through Time, Rachel Swirsky
- Polar Chronologies, Bruce Boston
- An Introduction to Alternate Universes: Theory and Practice, Sandra Lindow
- Looking to the Past, G. O. Clark
- Intermediary and Centering, G. E. Schwartz
- Illo Tempore, Michael Fosburg
- Time Travel Verb Tenses, Laurel Winter
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Great show as always.
There was one little error in Jason Sandford’s “Into the Depths of Illuminated Seas”. It doesn’t alter the story, but to those like me that really know antique photography it jars slightly. Daguerreotype’s, the type of photograph referred to in the story, are images on metal plates, either silver clad or silver plated. They can’t break, resulting in “shards”. Due to the extreme delicacy of the image, daguerreotypes are sealed in a case with a cover glass. This cover glass can break but its shards don’t contain portions of the image.
Perhaps the author had in mind the ambrotype (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ambrotype). These were photographic images on glass that required a dark background to be seen as positives rather than negatives.