Episode 007 of the AboutSF podcast: "Spending a Day at the Lottery Fair" written by Frederik Pohl and read by Kij Johnson

I am pleased to announce that episode 007 of the AboutSF podcast has been published:

http://aboutsf.podomatic.com/entry/2011-09-19T13_04_55-07_00

Episode 007 of the AboutSF podcast is a recording of Kij Johnson (www.kijjohnson.com) reading the Frederik Pohl short story “Spending a Day at the Lottery Fair.” Kij has won numerous awards in the fields of Fantasy and Science Fiction, including the Theodore Sturgeon Memorial Award, the Crawford Award, the World Fantasy Award and the Nebula Award. Kij is also a multiple Hugo Award nominee. She is an associate director for the Center for the Study of Science Fiction (www.sfcenter.ku.edu) at the University of Kansas, and is the Vice Chair of the Clarion West Board of Directors (www.clarionwest.org).

At the 2011 Campbell Conference Kij agreed to read Frederik Pohl’s story “Spending a Day at the Lottery Fair,” which was first published in Fantasy & Science Fiction in 1983.