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Fri, 11 Sep 2009 12:11:54 +0000

[...] Monday, Sept. 14th: read this PDF of my story “Pahwakhe.” (Or listen to the MP3 of a reading performed for a podcast.) And while you’re at it, review this wikipedia article on the notion of The Death of the [...]



By: Pahwakhe « Writing Every Day

Fri, 29 Aug 2008 03:28:54 +0000

[...] Posted on August 28, 2008 by Pam Phillips In an atmospheric reading that casts a spell on you, “Pahwakhe” by Gord Sellar brings you into the borderlands [...]



By: Welcome, Asimov’s Readers! : gordsellar.com

Sat, 23 Aug 2008 16:54:28 +0000

[...] the sidebar, you can find links to more stories online (including the text and podcast of “Pahwakhe,” which was drafted in the same week of Clarion West, or my Greg Egan [...]



By: Pahwakhe Podcast is Up : gordsellar.com

Sat, 23 Aug 2008 16:53:40 +0000

[...] When you have a quarter of an hour to spare, go check it out! [...]



By: Pahwakhe : gordsellar.com

Sat, 23 Aug 2008 12:42:29 +0000

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Sun, 13 Jul 2008 17:49:16 +0000

[...] Pahwahke by Gord Sellar at PodCastle: First Seen @ Fantasy Magazine! [...]



By: The Fix | From the Podosphere: May 2008

Sun, 15 Jun 2008 23:43:58 +0000

[...] PodCastle begins with the third of its miniatures, “Pahwahke” by Gord Sellar (read by C. G. Furst), though it’s on the long side for flash fiction. [...]



By: Spork

Wed, 14 May 2008 23:12:44 +0000

Yeah, so...other than Native Americans prone to magical thinking, where was the fantasy in this story? Also, let me cheer the change in theme music from the Enya ear-vomit to the new stuff. It's much, much more tolerable.



By: Pete S

Fri, 09 May 2008 12:28:32 +0000

Ack!!! Somehow I added this comment to the wrong post. *face palm* This was in response to "Hotel Astarte", not Pahwahke. Mea culpa!! Any chance a kindly sysadmin can move it?



By: Pete S

Fri, 09 May 2008 12:26:17 +0000

I personally didn't like this one much at all. The characters never grabbed me and never 'popped' into being for me, and the plot felt pretty thin. I found myself zoning out a few times as I listened to it, so perhaps I missed something, but to me the plot felt like: Thug hired to kidnap woman. Uses seduction methods to lure her away. Falls in love with her and gets her pregnant, so never hands her over to his employers. They punish him. 20 years later he collects the son to go take his revenge on those employers. Take that plot, sprinkle some magic on it, hook it into real world events, and that felt like all I was getting. I might have been more kindly inclined towards it if it hadn't followed the Ant King story, which was also of this "fantasy realism" genre. I hope we get back to more traditional fantasy with fresh new worlds soon. Contrary to the previous commenter, I enjoyed the intro, and in fact it was my favorite part of this episode.



By: Armhead

Wed, 07 May 2008 16:20:20 +0000

The explanation before the story ruined it for me for this story and another I've listened to so far. I felt like I was on the rails of context rather than swimming in the sea of my own imagination. I am also a huge fan of this opening music over the previous music. The previous song's vocals interfered with your narration which made it difficult to hear you on a busy subway car. Keep up the good work :)



By: val

Fri, 02 May 2008 17:37:47 +0000

Wasn't sure whether this was originally a folktale or just came out of his head when I reviewed this story after its appearance in Fantasy Magazine; glad of the clarification. (http://thefix-online.com/reviews/fantasy-online-jan-2008/) As I said then-- good stuff! Kudos for getting it "on the air" as it were. Also, I like the variation in opening music....wasn't a fan of the music you started out with as much...this has more energy.



By: Mari Mitchell

Fri, 02 May 2008 08:58:28 +0000

This dark than I was excepting. I love a story that has a real sense of place. I thought this was nicely told.