Another episode and another year older! That’s right, this episode marks TWO years of ASLE EcoCast! Thank you so much to everyone who’s joined us on this ride and to our incredible guests for sharing their awesome work with us.
This month is a special episode just to celebrate: we have excerpts from a wonderful short story by Cynthia Zhang, “what the water gave.” After Cynthia introduces us to the story and her work, Lindsay does an excellent reading of the story (with a little character voicework help from Brandon).
For more on Cynthia:
Xenocultivars: Stories of Queer Growth
Cynthia’s debut novel, After the DragonsListen on Podbean Listen on Apple Podcasts Listen on Spotify
Deadline Extended to July 25 for our Call for Eco Quick Fictions! You can also follow this link to submit your short, 300-word maximum eco-themed fiction pieces: https://forms.gle/xi9E6PFkYoD4i5LF8
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Episode recorded June 28, 2022. CC BY-NC-ND 4.0
Excerpts of “what the water gave” recite with permission from Speculatively Queer.