BCS 166: The Three Dancers of Gizari

Issue #192

Read by M.K. Hobson.


It dawned on me that he enjoyed watching me squirm; a proud competent woman but to him just Nahemiah’s commoner puppet. “Ten thousand!” I spat out the words intentionally in the heaviest Tavalland accent that the theater had eradicated in me twelve years before. “Ten thousand thalers for your measly sculpture that the Opera rejected!”

Play

Podcast: Download (Duration: 45:03 — 30.94MB)
Subscribe: iTunes | Android | Google Play | RSS | More

Read “The Three Dancers of Gizari” by Tamara Vardomskaya, in Issue #192

Read Comments on this Story (3 Comments)

ShareThis with Friends

Tamara Vardomskaya is a Canadian writer and a graduate of the 2014 Clarion Writers’ Workshop. Besides Beneath Ceaseless Skies, her fiction has also appeared on Tor.com. She is currently pursuing a Ph.D in theoretical linguistics at the University of Chicago.

If you liked this podcast, you may also like:
BCS 143: “The Metamorphoses of Narcissus” by Tamara Vardomskaya
BCS 027: “Great, Golden Wings” by Rachel Swirsky

Return to Issue #192

Return to Audio Fiction