With a special full cast reading. Happy New Year!
Wilson Fowlie as the Narrator
Graeme Dunlop as the North Wind
Jennifer Albert as Snow
Khaalidah Muhammad-Ali as the East Wind
Arun Jiwa as Earth
Peter Wood as Salt
Rachael K. Jones as the West Wind
The Wedding of Snow, Earth, and Salt
by Kate Heartfield
The North Wind raised his glass, a tall flute clouded with cold, filled with thick yellow wine so sweet it stung the tongue. All the guests raised their glasses and waited through the speech, which was a warning.
“What is done, undoes. You will not leave here as you came.”
All the guests drank, and their eyes opened wide as the ice wine coated their throats.
About the Author
Kate Heartfield’s fiction has been shortlisted for the Nebula, Locus, Aurora, Sunburst and Crawford awards. She is the author of the historical fantasy novel Armed in Her Fashion, and the two Alice Payne time travel novellas. She also writes interactive fiction, including The Road to Canterbury for Choice of Games. Her forthcoming publications include a historical fantasy novel called The Humours of Grub Street, and another game, this one called The Magician’s Workshop. A former journalist, Kate lives in Ottawa, Canada.
About the Narrators
Graeme Dunlop is a Software Solution Architect. Despite his somewhat mixed accent, he was born in Australia. He loves the spoken word and believes it has the ability to lift the printed word above and beyond cold words on a page. He and Barry J. Northern founded Cast of Wonders in 2011 and can be found narrating or hosting the occasional episode, or working on projects behind the scenes. He is a former co-editor and co-host of PodCastle and has read stories for all of Escape Artists podcasts.
Graeme lives in Melbourne, Australia with his wife Amanda, and crazy boy dog, Jake.
Jen Albert is an editor, writer, and former entomologist. She works full-time as an editor at ECW Press, an independent publishing house based in Toronto, where she enjoys working on books of all kinds, including speculative fiction, popular science, and LGBTQ fiction and non-fiction. She became co-editor of her favorite fantasy fiction podcast in 2016; she now wonders if she still allowed to call it her favorite. Along with her co-editors, Jen has been nominated for the World Fantasy Award and the British Fantasy Award for her work on PodCastle.