A reading of the short story ‘Daughter of the Sea’ by George Nikolopoulos, published by AntipodeanSF
Continuing my narration work with AntiSF, publisher of my story ‘Iron Will’, ‘Daughter of the Sea’ is the second of my readings and features in the AntiSF Radio Show Admete (08:17).
‘Daughter of the Sea’ tells the tale of a young woman seeking her place in the world, her fate inexorably pulled toward the sea. The story originally appeared at AntiSF and you can find the piece preserved courtesy of the National Library of Australia‘s web preservation program, Pandora.
As for its author, George Nikolopoulos is a speculative fiction writer from Athens, Greece, and a member of Codex Writers’ Group. His short stories have been published in Galaxy’s Edge, Grievous Angel, Helios Quarterly, Unsung Stories, “Best Vegan SFF 2016” Anthology, Bards & Sages Quarterly, SF Comet, Mad Scientist Journal, Truancy, Digital QuickFic, 9Tales from Elsewhere, StarShipSofa, Antipodean SF, Manawaker Studio’s FFP, Fifty Flashes, Event Horizon 2017, and many other magazines and anthologies. You can find more information on George at his own website, georgenikolopoulos.wordpress.com