#61 – The Questionable Redemption of Thomas Alva Edison by Evan Dicken & The Gettysburg Paradox by Joe Vasicek


It’s an alt-history double feature! Wulf Moon and CB Droege narrate.


The Questionable Redemption of Thomas Alva Edison

By day, Author Evan Dicken studies old Japanese maps and crunches data for all manner of fascinating medical experiments at The Ohio State University. By night, he does neither of these things. His audio fiction has most recently appeared in: Beneath Ceaseless Skies, Pseudopod, and Escape Pod, and he has stories forthcoming from publishers such as: Chaosium, The Overcast, and Cast of Wonders. Feel free to visit him at: evandicken.com.

Narrator Wulf Moon feasted on fantasy as a child when he lived with his Chippewa grandmother. He begged stories from her every night—fireside tales that fired his imagination. If Moon had a time machine, those are the days he would go back to. Since he doesn’t have a time machine, he tells stories. Learn more at driftweave.com.

This story was adapted for audio by Kevin Frost.

Distressed wax cylinder effect by Izotope Vinyl.

The Gettysburg Paradox

Author Joe Vasicek is the author of more than twenty science fiction books, including the Star Wanderers and Sons of the Starfarers series. As a young man, he studied Arabic and traveled across the Middle East and the Caucasus. He currently lives in Utah.

Narrator CB Droege is an author and voice actor from the Queen City living in the Millionendorf. His most recent book is Peacemaker and Other Stories. His voice can be heard in commercials, cartoons, video games, and audiobooks. He is also the host of the weekly Flash Fiction Podcast from Manawaker Studio.
Learn more at CBDroege.com
Twitter: twitter.com/CBDroege


Theme Song: Ashes Ashes by Deus Ex Vapore Machina

Osgoode’s Chorus: Deadly Roulette by Kevin MacLeod/incompetech.com

Story Music and Sound Effects:

Long Note Two, Bittersweet/Incompetech.com

Battle Civil War/Pond5.com

Civil War Drummer/SoundBible.com

Lonesome Cajun Fiddles – Full/Pond5.com

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