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What if Dr. Watson was the client...and someone who was dead - was not quite there? Visit a science-fiction future where artists capture images in crystals. What if government control over sex and reproduction got out of control? Listen as a piano man drops back into the nightmares of his past. Finally - a sailor on his way home finds a place even farther away than he ever dreamed.
These are the tales of Intermusings - previously published as Joined at the Muse. This new audio edition includes an Introduction by David Niall Wilson on the art of collaboration, and a sneak preview of the first chapter of the collaborative novel Hallowed Ground by Steven Savile & David Niall Wilson.
Introduction by David Niall Wilson
"A Poem of Adrian, Gray" - with Brian A. Hopkins
"The Purloined Prose" - with Patricia Lee Macomber
"A Wreath of Clouds" - with Stephen Mark Rainey
"Moon Like a Gambler's Face" - with Ricard Rowand
"La Belle Dame, Sans Merci" - with Brian A. Hopkins
"La Belle Dame, Sans Regret" - with Brian A. Hopkins
"Ribbons of Darkness Over Me" - with Brett A. Savory
"Death Did Not Become Him" - with Patricia Lee Macomber
"Within an Image, Dancing" - with John B. Rosenman
"Virtue's Mask" - with Brian A. Hopkins
"Sing a Song of Sixth Sense" - with Patricia Lee Macomber
"Deliver Us From Meeble" - with Brian Keene
Special Sneak Peek at Hallowed Ground by Steven Savile and David Niall Wilson
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Customer ReviewsMost Helpful
By Cathryn on 04-11-15
What could have made this a 4 or 5-star listening experience for you?
More interesting story telling would have made this higher rated for me
What do you think your next listen will be?
Darwin's Radio sequel by Greg Bear
Which scene was your favorite?
I didn't find the scenes memorable
What character would you cut from Intermusings?
The characters didn't stand out for me
Any additional comments?