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1973: Listening to Orson Welles' War of the Worlds "Panic Broadcast" melts my teenage brain.

1981: Discovering The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy teaches me that science fiction radio can be more interesting and meaningful than I ever dreamed possible.

I've adapted just about all my short stories as audio dramas, partly because the best visual effects and production values are found on radio, and partly because I am creatively thrifty -- if something works in one media, why can't it work in another? 

Why I Hunt Flying Saucers.  Possibly my most popular story.  Produced by Shoestring Radio Theatre and first broadcast in 2000.

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Sticky Wonder Tales.  A reading by me and the great horror author David Nickle.  Originally recorded for On Spec magazine.

Art by Richard Bartop

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21st Century Scientific Romance.  An original play written for Shoestring Radio Theatre.  Watch for the cameo appearance by the Toronto Public Library!

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Robot Reality Check.  Based on the story published in Noesis magazine.

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Art by Andrea Nechita

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