Season 1 Episode 62

SUZIE Q

by JACQUELINE CAREY

CW: Graphic sexual situations and self-harm.

Suzanne thought she’d escaped her painful past when she passed the summoning exam and was accepted into Holyfields, where she’d learn to summon angels.But now she's living on the streets of the neighboring city, dodging shadows that will eat her and bad people who will feed her to those shadows.

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KT Bryski

Narrator

Lauren Harris

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About This Episode

New York Times bestseller Jacqueline Carey is the author of the critically acclaimed and award-winning Kushiel's Legacy series of historical fantasy novels, The Sundering epic fantasy duology, postmodern fables Santa Olivia and Saints Astray, the Agent of Hel contemporary fantasy series, and the forthcoming standalone, Starless. Jacqueline enjoys doing research on a wide variety of arcane topics, and an affinity for travel has taken her from Iceland to China to date. She currently lives in West Michigan.

Further information is available at www.jacquelinecarey.com. Join her on Facebook at www.facebook.com/jacquelinecarey.author, or follow her on Twitter at @JCareyAuthor.

This Apex Magazine podcast was produced by KT Bryski. Music in this podcast included "Virtutes Vocis" and "Shadowlands 5: Antechamber," by Kevin MacLeod and licensed under the Creative Commons Attribution license. For more information, visit him at www.incompetech.com.

Our narrator for this episode is Lauren Harris. Lauren is a narrator, editor, and author of new urban fantasy release, UNMAKE, book two in the Spellhounds series. More on her narration and writing can be found at www.laurenbharris.com.

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