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'Commander Jack Taylor helped overthrow the evil rulers of the planet Tharronia in the name of Earth. But when word reaches him of the new government’s misdeeds and corruption, he returns there on his own to see if he can’t make things right. Despite the previous two sentences, wacky fun ensues.'

Source: Dunesteef Audio Fiction Magazine.

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  • Appears in:
    y separately published work icon AustrAlien Absurdities : Comic Tales of Science Fiction, Fantasy and Horror by Australian Writers Tansy Rayner Roberts (editor), Chuck McKenzie (editor), Wollongong : Agog! Press , 2001 Z1025472 2001 anthology short story humour science fiction '...the first-ever original anthology of Australian Speculative Humour. Guaranteed to raise a giggle, here are 25 comic tales of science fiction, fantasy and horror by some of the masters of Antipodean genre writing, including Sean Williams, Simon Brown, Robert Hood, Dave Luckett, Jack Wodhams, and many more - plus, an introduction by best-selling UK comic fantasist Tom Holt!' (back cover). Wollongong : Agog! Press , 2001 pg. 57-67
      2009 .
      Link: 7495064Dunesteef website Sighted: 18/6/2014
      Note/s:
      • Audio version.

        Performed by Josh Roseman, Nicole Suddeth, and Bennett Jackson.

      • Posted 8 November 2009.
      Series: y separately published work icon The Dunesteef Audio Fiction Magazine 2008- 7495017 2008 series - publisher short story

      An online publication that publishes audio versions of short fiction, especially science fiction, fantasy, and horror.

      Rather than marketing itself as a website, Dunesteef Audio Fiction Magazine markets itself as a magazine, albeit one that is published incrementally:

      On a quarterly basis, we will bring you a magazine’s worth of stories. If you look at the table of contents to a magazine like Asimov’s Science Fiction, you get something like four short stories, two segments of serialized novelettes, one segment of a serialized novella, and a few poems. You will probably also get an article or two about books or conventions and the like. So, approximately seven short story length pieces, and a few bits of gravy to go on top. Quarterly (to begin with, but soon we’d like to expand to a monthly schedule), we will bring you these things.

      Everything will not be released at once, however. The magazine will build itself, story by story, as the quarter goes along. One week, you’ll get a story. Two weeks later, you’ll get another story, the next week you’ll get a third story, three weeks later you’ll get an article, and so forth. This will continue, until the magazine is complete. And then we start a new quarter.

      (Source: http://dunesteef.com/about-us/)

      Number in series: 52
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