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As part of the website re-launch of Stories from the Golden Age (www.goldenagestories.com), book publishing company Galaxy Press has created its own radio station that will feature unabridged, multicast audiobooks of pulp fiction short stories and books written by author L. Ron Hubbard in the 1930s and 1940s, for free. In addition to the Golden Age Radio, several eBooks and audiobooks written by the author are also being offered for free. The free eBook and audiobook downloads are part of an ongoing effort to educate general readers on pulp fiction stories written in the 1920s, 1930s and 1940s.
Visit www.goldenagestories.com and click on Golden Age Radio on the right or click any of the categories on the left-hand side to browse other audio books to play on the multicast stream.
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