Episode 407: The Doctor faces the predicted future and travels to 2146 for a brain scan, while in Justin’s time a plot of subterfuge and espionage takes place. Will they stop Les arrêt du Temps or will time as we know it change for once and all?Continue reading “Wax Paper Memories”
Episode 406: Abigail and Erasmus finally convince Petronella to transmigrate again. This time, Dr Sage and Professor Savant travel to New Year’s Day 1899 to visit Nicola Tesla and discover who was right.Continue reading “A Wager Won”
Episode 405 part 2: Abigail and Erasmus revive Petronella, but she isn’t the same bold person. Has dying made Dr Sage see the light, or did trauma and brain surgery alter her irrevocably?Continue reading “The Last Person (part 2)”
Episode 405 part 1 of a two part episode: Professor Savant returns to rescue Dr Sage, but she has a request of him that will change everything. Can Professor Savant co-apercept with Dr Sage without driving her mad? Will the secrets they share prove a bridge too far? Is this the end of the line for their relationship?Continue reading “The Last Person”
Episode 310 part 1: What do you do when your friend has gone silent, disappears into themselves, and won’t respond to your questions or concerns? Professor Savant and the Narrator find themselves struggling to connect with Dr. Sage as she goes Off the Map, and dives deep into her own world of Transmigration.Continue reading “Off the Map – part 1”
Episode 309: As Sage spins further into dark waters, her friends have her back and rise to her defense against the old enemy sexism. The Professor is determined that Sage have a career to come back to – IF she can come back from the brink.Continue reading “A Friend in Deed”
Eliezer ben-Avraham, wizard, Kabbalist, and kvetch, not only can but must help. Because he poked around in areas of forbidden knowledge, he is obliged to wander the world and use the powers he gained to perform good deeds—mitzvot—for anybody who asks, no matter how bizarre the task. Ably assisted by his trusty but cynical steed, Melech, Eliezer does what he can, although transforming into a bird and flying around is difficult when you have arthritis in your shoulder.
Humorous, philosophical, and very weird, Eliezer’s adventures as he makes his rounds demonstrate how important it is to be generous with your gifts, even to the craziest goyim.
Listen to an excerpt from Making the Rounds by Allan Weiss.
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Sage and Savant dive into the jazz clubs of the Nevada desert circa 1956. Dr Sage has to deal with drunken high rollers, while Professor Savant tries to find his voice.
Continue reading “Swinging Cats and Hep Girls”
Abigail has been hesitant to travel with Sage and Savant because of the dangers involved, but the Doctor and Professor have worn down her resolve. The three of them venture back to Seneca Falls, 1848, just in time to witness the first Women’s Rights Convention. As exciting as this historical event is for the trio, it also ends up reaffirming the long, dangerous road ahead for women.
Continue reading “A Most Shocking and Unnatural Event”
An essay by Sam Keegan, as provided by Judith Field
(Originally published in Mad Scientist Journal: Autumn 2014)
Listen to an excerpt of Weather is a Zero-Sum Game by Judith Field
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