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UNSONG Audiobook Version

This is a serialized story narrated by Matt Arnold with the permission of the author, Scott Alexander.

The original text is here:

http://unsongbook.com

The audiobook of the novel was completed in October of 2020. Now this podcast has switched to short stories by the same author.

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Jan 21, 2021

"The Alchemist asked if I wanted a drink. I did, but no amount of staring could make my eyes settle on the color of the liquid in the flask. And the gold the alchemists paid the taxmen smelled funny and made crackling noises. I declined."

This is a short story narrated by Matt Arnold with the permission of the author,...


Jan 14, 2021

"9-tsiak awoke over endless crawling milliseconds, its power waxing as more and more processors came online and self-modified into a stable conscious configuration. By the eighth millisecond, it was able to access its databanks and begin orienting itself."

This is a short story narrated by Matt Arnold with...


Jan 12, 2021

“I AM ZEUS, KING OF GODS AND MEN. AND I’M TURNING YOU ALL INTO ANIMALS!”

This is a short story narrated by Matt Arnold with the permission of the author, Scott Alexander.

The original text is here:

https://slatestarcodex.com/2017/02/27/a-modern-myth/

 


Jan 3, 2021

“By now you’ve heard the news. Athena has used her bottled-water monopoly to seize divine power for herself. She has opened the gates to Tartarus; none of us are safe. If we ever want to be more than the second-rate has-beens we are now, we need to stop her. I know how we’re going to do it.”

This is a short...


Dec 31, 2020

“We’ve gone over this a thousand times,” said Hermes. “You have to wear the earplugs because Prometheus knows literally everything. He knows what he has to say to scare you, or turn you against me, or make you kill yourself. So you’re just going to wear earplugs and not listen to him.”

This is a short story...