BCS #121 is now out, featuring a returning BCS author, a new BCS author, and another guest-narrated podcast.
Alex Dally MacFarlane (“Fox Bones. Many Uses.” in BCS #99 last summer) returns with “Singing Like a Hundred Dug-up Bones,” which likewise deals with powerful connection through earthly remains. Jeff Isacksen’s “Our Dead Selves Lie Like Footsteps in Our Wake” finds powerful connection in cerebral remains.
The BCS Audio Fiction Podcast episode is BCS 104: Singing Like a Hundred Dug-up Bones, the Alex Dally MacFarlane story, guest-narrated by Folly Blaine. Folly Blaine has narrated for BCS twice in the past: BCS 094: Seeking The Great Raymundo, and as part of the multi-narrator cast of our special 100th podcast episode, BCS 100: Boat in Shadows, Crossing.
If you’re a fan of genre podcasts, consider nominating your favorite podcast or episode for the Parsec Awards, which are given for F/SF/H podcasting. Info and links are here, if you’re interested; the deadline is May 31.