Readings of Sturgeon stories by science fiction authors have been organized by Noël Sturgeon since 2010. His work, because of its lyricism, humor, and strong emotional resonance, produces a powerful listening experience. Audio files of some of the readings, through the generosity of the authors who read them, will soon be available on this website. Please honor the readers and the author of the stories by enjoying the audio files, but not reproducing or sharing them.
Location: Readercon, July 2010, Burlington MA.

Readers: Jim Freund, Scott Edelman, David Hartwell, John Kessel, Diane Weinstein, Ron Drummond, Adam Golaski, Rose Fox, Graham Sleight, Samuel R. Delany, Ianna Arthen, John Langan, Mary Robinette Kowal, Nalo Hopkinson, Victoria Janssen, Shira Lipkin

Stories: A Saucer of Loneliness, It Was Nothing Really!, The Hurkle is a Happy Beast, The Man Who Lost the Sea, The Graveyard Reader, A Touch of Strange, The Other Celia, Bianca's Hands, Prodigy, I Say, Ernest!, The Clinic, Like Yesterday, Cellmate, The Professor's Teddy Bear, Crate
Audio Files ->(Coming soon)
Campbell Conference
Location: Campbell Conference, July 2010, Lawrence KS.

Readers: Kij Johnson, Chris McKitterick, James Gunn, Shelia Finch, Paolo Bacigalupi, James Morrow, Nate Williams

Stories: A Saucer of Loneliness, The Clinic, Bianca's Hands, Affair With a Green Monkey, It Was Nothing, Really!, The Man Who Lost the Sea, The Professor's Teddy Bear
Audio Files ->(Coming soon)
The Judith Merril Special Collection of Science Fiction
Location: The Judith Merril Special Collection of Science Fiction, Speculation and Fantasy, Toronto Public Library, November 2010, Toronto Canada.

Readers: Nalo Hopkinson, Lesley Livingston, Michelle Sagara West, Robert Charles Wilson

Stories: Crate, The Clinic, Saucer of Loneliness, Bianca's Hands
Audio Files ->(Coming soon)
NYRSF Readings: A Tribute to Theodore Sturgeon

N.K. Jemisin, Noël Sturgeon,
and Samuel R. Delany
Jim Freund, the host of Hour of the Wolf on WBAI, organized a Tribute to Theodore Sturgeon at the Soho Gallery for Digital Art on May 3, 2010 in NYC.

N.K. Jemisin read the Sturgeon horror classic "Bianca's Hands," and Samuel R. Delany read "The Clinic," a difficult read as the narrator has a unique way of using the English language. Noël Sturgeon moderated. Read Mark Blackman's excellent coverage of the event on SFScope.