Wednesday, May 13th, 2009

Cover for Drabblecast episode 114, Arms and the Man, by Alyssa SuzumuraCourtney had never considered squid love before.  She was an accountant for a Chicago restaurant chain, and not really looking.  After a bitter, acrimonious divorce, Courtney was burned out on romance…

In this episode of the Drabblecast, Norm Sherman presents a Drabble News segment on the Hubble, topped off with a now infamous bbardle on satellites and how best to pimp them. In the Drabble, a typical geek is ignored by the pretty popular girl, that is until a very atypical bomb throws unusual wrinkles. In the feature, Arms and the Man, a divorced woman, burned out to love, finds hope and love with a change of phylum – truly squidlicious!

Originally published in Interzone, #130 April 1998.
Episode Art:  Alyssa Suzumura

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  •  Feature:  All In  by  Peter Atwood
  •  Drabble:  Clearing the Pallet  by  Michael Young
  •  Genre:  Drabblecast  Horror  Sci-Fi

Wednesday, July 16th, 2008

Cover for Drabblecast episode 73, All In, by Anthony Sullivan

The medical profession doesn’t talk about “The Treatment”…it came from Argentina, but the scientist was from Mumbai, or the other way around…

This episode’s Drabble shows us life by Etch-a-Sketch. The feature story for this episode is a dark drama posing the question “Is your body worth your life?” Norm Sherman announces that The Drabblecast has been nominated for The Parsec Awards, teases about the return of the Mega-Beast Super Animal Death-Match, and explains what a tanuki is.

Originally published in Weird Tales, July-August 2008.

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