Rank #1: Big Stupe by Charles V. de Vet
When dealing with an alien race, you have to impress them, right? Not just make an impression...?
Aug 13 2019
Rank #2: Atomic Julie's Galactic Bedtime Stories #11 - Compensation by C.V. Tench
A man discovers his friend may have invented something perfect - perfectly deadly!
from Astounding Stories of Super-Science, January 1930
Music by Re-Lab (found on Jamendo)
Aug 13 2013
Rank #3: Bingo the Birthday Clown #26, "An Offer You Can't Refuse"
It just keeps going....
Jan 30 2015
Rank #4: The Big Trip Up Yonder by Kurt Vonnegut, Jr.
When longevity makes overpopulation a household thing - a household of dozens crammed cheek-to-jowl - the hope of a little breathing room is all that's left.
Jan 15 2019
Rank #5: The Decadence of Borrowed Silk, episode 1
The new micro-serial from Julie Hoverson is a sexy fantasy romance intrigue backstabbing epic.
This show is intended for mature audiences.
Jul 19 2019
Rank #6: Dreams In The Witch-House by H.P. Lovecraft (reading)
Dreams In The Witch-House by H.P. Lovecraft (reading)
read by Julie Hoverson
music from The Brotherhood
Apr 27 2013
Rank #7: Atomic Julie's Galactic Bedtime Stories #8 - The Issahar Artifacts By J.F. Bone
Jul 23 2013
Rank #8: Brain Twister - by Gordon Randall Garrett and Laurence Mark Janifer
An FBI agent's work is never easy.
note: this is a very funny little story from 1962, set a decade in the future, and uses non-PC terminology (a lot) to refer to all aspects of psychiatry, including patients. If you are easily offended by terms like "imbecile", "nuthouse", and "loon", in a historic and comic context, this is probably not the story for you.
May 30 2017
Rank #9: The Shadow Out of Time by H.P. Lovecraft (part 1 of 8)
A man revives from a strange amnesia to find years have passed - and he needs to know what he's done all that time and why.
Nov 04 2017
Rank #10: Dick Dynamo #4 - el pollo loco, part 1 of 2
Be afraid. Be very afraid.
Apr 04 2013
Rank #11: Unborn Tomorrow by Mack Reynolds
If time and space travel were possible, where would the aliens go? A cornfield? or something fun....?
Nov 06 2018
Rank #12: The Rag and Bone Men by Algis Budrys
If you were shipwrecked, what would you sacrifice to get home?
Jul 15 2019
Rank #13: Julie's Blog
Wondering what I've been up to? wonder no more. Won't make you happy, but will get you up to date!
May 10 2016
Rank #14: Atomic Julie's Galactic Bedtime Stories, #5 - The Street that Wasn't There by Clifford J. Simak and Carl Jacobi
A question of reality.
Read by Julie Hoverson
Music by Sulatus
Jul 02 2013
Rank #15: 19 Nocturne Boulevard - The House on Mulberry Hill
Jul 11 2013
Rank #16: Atomic Julie's Bedtime Stories - PK Dick's "The Second Variety", pt1
Big Excitement!!! 19Nocturne Boulevard will be making a comeback. How big of a comeback will be decided by how much support I get on Patreon, at : https://www.patreon.com/19Nocturne
I have also started an internet radio station "Just Past the Automat" at http://stream.radio.co/sc0fce89a1/listen - playing 19 Nocturne Boulevard, and a few choice OTR episodes, 24 hours a day - in case you ever need to find us.
Lastly, this would be the perfect time to jump on the @19Nocturne twitter feed, and stay updated about everything that's starting to happen!!!
Apr 04 2017
Rank #17: Gun For Hire (part 1 of 2) by Mack Reynolds
In a slightly familiar type of story, a thug from the distant past is bought to an idyllic future because no one does violence any more.
(and he doens't know how to use the three seashells! tee-hee!)
Mar 09 2019
Rank #18: Episode 1, The Prisoner of Hancock House
Finally episode 1 comes to the RSS feed! DON'T FORGET - the more people support us on our Patreon page (www.patreon.com/19nocturne), the faster episodes will come out!
PLUS, Patreon supporters get episodes 1-2 months sooner than regular subscribers, since it's their donations that allow me to make the time to do audio drama again.
Dec 01 2017
Rank #19: Disqualified by Charles L. Fontenay
Short sharp and shocking.
May 15 2018
Rank #20: Tha Affair of the Brains, part 1 (chapter 1)
A Buck Rogers clone, this story from 1932 may venture into some very not PC racial stereotypes, so be warned. But any tale with a spaceport named "Porno" can't be THAT bad, right? (I have left in a few editorial comments and bouts of hysterical laughter)
Apr 29 2017